Collabora improves their experimental Wayland driver for Wine with support for copy and paste actions, drag and drop support, and support for changing the display mode.
Collabora’s contributions to Linux kernel 5.11 enabled long-term support for more modern Windows games by compatibility layers like Wine, better Chromebook support, and much more.
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.
Collabora’s contributions to Linux kernel 5.10 LTS include support for Mali Bifrost GPUs in the Panfrost driver, more love for Rockchip media driver, improvements to the Cedrus open-source driver, and much more.
Collabora Online Development Edition (CODE) 6.4 open-source office suite is now available for download. This release comes with a new modern look, better PDF support, and greater MS Office interoperability.
Collabora reveals that their contributions to the latest Linux 5.8 kernel series were their biggest and most significant yet. Check them out!
Collabora Office 6.4 office suite arrives for desktop, mobile and the cloud with improved interoperability, LTS and L3 support, and many other changes.
The LibreOffice-based Collabora Office is now available for Chromebooks. It provides Chromebook users with a privacy aware office suite capable of rich editing, as well as excellent collaboration and interoperability.
Collabora’s contributions to Linux kernel 5.7 include work around the Hantro JPEG driver, Rockchip ISP V1 support, Virtual Media Controller Driver, Direct Rendering Manager, and more.
Collabora has outlined their contributions to the latest Linux 5.6 kernel series, along with the many projects they’ve been involved in during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Collabora Office open-source and free office suite is now available Android and iOS, giving users powerful editing tools on their mobile devices backed by LibreOffice.
Collabora continues to add numerous hardware improvements in the Linux kernel. Here are their contributions to the latest Linux 5.5 kernel series.