Canonical published yet another security update to address a Linux kernel vulnerability affecting all supported Ubuntu releases. All users are urged to update their installations as soon as possible!
Proton 5.13-5 compatibility tool for Steam Play is now available for download. This release comes with improvements for Cyberpunk 2077, Fallout 76, Path of Exile, and several other games.
Collabora’s Panfrost open-source graphics driver adds desktop OpenGL 3.1 support for Midgard (Mali T760 and newer) and Bifrost Mali embedded GPUs as part of the upcoming Mesa 21.0 graphics stack series.
Alpin Linux 3.13 distribution is now available for download. This major release introduces PHP 8.0 support, official cloud images, support for Linux kernel 5.10 LTS, and many other improvements.
Wine 6.0 open-source compatibility layer for running Windows apps and games on GNU/Linux distributions arrives with numerous new features and improvements. Now available for download!
Flatpak 1.10 is now available for download. This stable release introduces a new format for the summary file used when accessing an OSTree repository on the network, GCC 11 support, and many other improvements.
KeePassXC 2.6.3 open-source and cross-platform password manager is now available for download. This is a maintenance release that adds support for Argon2id KDF and XMLv2 key files.
The latest openSUSE Tumbleweed ARM snapshot adds support for Raspberry Pi 400 and Raspberry Pi 4 Compute Module systems, along with numerous updates and bug fixes.
Latest Raspberry Pi OS release adds support for Epson printers, removes the Adobe Flash Player plugin and Scratch 2 IDE, adds screen reader support in Chromium, and fixes many bugs.
New NVIDIA graphics drivers vulnerabilities have been patched in all supported Ubuntu releases. Users are urged to update as soon as possible!
The Tails anonymous Linux distribution plans to migrate to Wayland in 2021 to improve app security, as well as to revamp censorship circumvention and improve persistent storage settings.
The 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup for January 10th brings news about the launch of the Linux Mint 20.1 distribution, new security patches for Ubuntu, a first look at KDE Plasma’s brand new app launcher, and all the latest distro and app releases.
Linux Mint 20 “Ulyana” users can now upgrade their installations to Linux Mint 20.1 “Ulyssa.” Here’s a quick tutorial on how to achieve that!
The KDE Frameworks 5.78 open source software suite arrives for KDE Plasma users with more than 200 bug fixes and improvements. Here are the highlights of this monthly release!
Here’s my first look at KDE Plasma’s new Kickoff applications menu, which will land as part of the upcoming Plasma 5.21 desktop environment series, due for release in mid-February 2021.
Nvidia 460.32.03 display driver is now available for Linux, BSD and Solaris systems. This release adds support for RTX A6000 GPUs, new Vulkan extensions, and numerous other improvements and bug fixes.
KDE’s Apps Update for January 2021 is now available with a new chat client called NeoChat, better integration of remote files, and numerous other improvements for many of your favorite KDE apps.
Linux Mint 20.1 “Ulyssa” distribution is now available for download. This major release is based on Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS and comes with Cinnamon 4.8, Linux kernel 5.4 LTS, a new IPTV app, and numerous other improvements.
Canonical published a set of new Linux kernel security updates for all supported Ubuntu Linux releases to address several vulnerabilities. All Ubuntu users are urged to update their installations as soon as possible!
Tux Paint 0.9.25 is now available for download. This release comes with support for exporting animated GIF images and individual drawings, as well as improvements to the Shapes and Eraser tools, and the on-screen keyboard.