Here’s a quick recap from this week’s DebugPoint.com weekly roundup (Week Ending May 2, 2021). Have a quick read.
We had some huge Linux distribution updates again this week following the trends from last week. Some major release candidates of popular distributions also landed. A quite handful of applications received their minor bug fix update as well. Overall it is an eventful week and let’s take a look in brief at those.
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DebugPoint.com Linux Weekly Roundup
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- Loving Fedora? Here’s a quick guide on how to move away from Ubuntu to Fedora.
- 10 Things to do after installing Fedora 34
- 4 Ways to install .deb files in Ubuntu
- Ubuntu 21.10 Impish Indri Development Starts
- Fedora 34 Released with massive New Features. We round up the new features.
- openSUSE Leap 15.3 RC is here for you to test.
- elementary OS 6 Beta released, finally! Take a look at the new features.
- Rocky Linux 8.3 RC1 Released for the first time as a CentOS replacement.
- Polished KDE Plasma-based distribution KaOS 2021.04 released
- Gentoo Based Calculate Linux 21 Released
- Arch Linux Monthly release ISO is here 2021.05.01 with the latest updates
- Linux Kernel 5.12 released with more hardware support. New feature highlights.
- Also, Linux Kernel 5.12.1 (first point release) is here
- Linux Kernel 5.13 merge window starts
- Geary 40 brings adaptive UI which works across desktop, mobiles, and tabs. Take a look.
- Kdenlive 21.04 Released with auto speech-to-text and additional updates.
- Minor Version updates (mostly bug fixes) of the following apps:
So, that’s about this from this week’s roundup. You can read all the past roundups using the tag Weekly Roundup and browse around. Don’t forget to follow us via Telegram and social media channels using the link below.
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