The 164th installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on November 26th, 2023, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.
The Document Foundation announced today the general availability of LibreOffice 7.6.3 as the third point release to the latest LibreOffice 7.6 open-source and free office suite series.
PipeWire 1.0 has been released today as a major update to this modern software for handling audio and video streams and hardware on Linux systems.
The OpenMandriva project announced today the release and general availability of OpenMandriva Lx 5.0 as the latest major release of this 100% community-driven GNU/Linux distribution.
TUXEDO Computers unveiled today a new all-AMD Linux gaming laptop, the TUXEDO Sirius 16, powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 processor and AMD Radeon RX graphics, TPM 2.0, as well as up to 96 GB RAM.
OpenSSL 3.2 has been released today as a major update to this powerful, open-source, cross-platform, and free software library that provides secure communications over computer networks for applications and websites.
Arch Linux’s menu-based installer archinstall has been updated today to version 2.7, a major release that adds some new features and fixes many bugs. Archinstall 2.7 introduces two important features, namely support for unified kernel image (UKI), which is a single executable that can be booted directly from the UEFI firmware, and the ability to check for new versions of archinstall when initiating the Arch Linux installer.
The Qt Project announced today the release and general availability of Qt Creator 12 as the latest stable update for this open-source, free, and cross-platform integrated development environment (IDE) application.
Mozilla has now promoted the Firefox 121 release to the beta change for public testing, so it's time to take a look at the new features and improvements.
RHEL clone Rocky Linux 9.3 has been released today and it’s now available for download as a free alternative to Red Hat’s enterprise Linux distributions CentOS Stream and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Collabora announced today that its open-source NVK graphics driver in Mesa is now officially conformant with the Vulkan 1.0 graphics API on NVIDIA Turing hardware.
Mozilla published today the final build of the Firefox 120 web browser, slated for release on November 21st, 2023, so it’s time to take a closer look at the new features and improvements.
Fwupd 1.9.9 open-source Linux firmware upgrading utility has been released today as another maintenance update that addresses various bugs and extends hardware support.
The 163rd installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on November 19th, 2023, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.
Inkscape 1.3.1 has been released today as the first major update to the Inkscape 1.3 series of this open-source vector graphics editor that happens to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Calibre developer Kovid Goyal announced today the release and general availability of Calibre 7.0 as the latest stable version and a major update to this powerful, free, open-source, and cross-platform e-book management software.
In a turn of events and at the request of numerous Lubuntu users, the Lubuntu developers have decided to backport the LXQt 1.4 desktop environment to the latest Lubuntu 23.10 (Mantic Minotaur) release.
In another unexpected turn of events, the latest Linux 6.6 kernel series has been officially marked as LTS (Long Term Support) on the kernel.org website with a predicted life expectancy of at least three years.
Valve today officially released the Steam Deck OLED Linux-powered gaming handheld that brings a bigger screen with high dynamic range (HDR) support, a bigger battery that lasts longer, as well as updated internals to stay up to date with the latest technologies.
HandBrake 1.7 has been released today as a major update to this open-source, free, and cross-platform video transcoder application for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows systems.