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Linux Mint 20.1 “Ulyssa” Review and Upgrade Guide

The hierarchy tree of Linux Mint makes it an Ubuntu-based Debian-based Linux distribution that is community-driven. This historical and developmental attribute of this Linux distro makes it an ideal candidate to offer free and open-source bundled applications to a vast range of its Linux community users. Additionally, after completing out-of-the-box multimedia support, users directly benefit from its proprietary software support through multimedia codecs.

Top 10 Features of Linux Kernel 5.10

After seven weeks of constant development, Linus Torvalds finally released Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS on 14th December 2020, and it's now available to the masses. Linus Torvalds announced this fantastic release on the Linux Kernel mailing list, stating:

FreeBSD 12.2: What You Need to Know and How to Upgrade

The FreeBSD Release Engineering Team just announced the release and availability of FreeBSD 12.2 to the masses. It is the third and final release of the stable/12 branch. This post will cover the features and changes you can expect with FreeBSD 12.2 release. We will also give you a step-by-step guide on how to upgrade from your current version to FreeBSD 12.2-RC3.

Distro Flashback: What happened to Cub Linux?

If you're a hardcore Linux enthusiast, the chances are that you would have at least heard of Cub Linux at some point in your life. However, if that's not the case and you feel like learning more about it, allow FOSSLinux to tell you guys all about what Cub Linux stood for, its history, and what it had to bring to the table.

Top 11 New Features of KDE Plasma 5.20

The long wait is finally over. KDE Plasma Desktop 5.20 is released and now available to the masses for download. The KDE team describes Plasma Desktop 5.20 release as an "absolutely massive one." Released on October 13, 2020, the KDE Plasma Desktop comes loaded with many features. That is quite expected considering the four months of development poured into these releases. For KDE Neon users, Plasma Desktop 5.20 is already available for download.

Linux Kernel 5.9: What’s New and How to Upgrade

The Linux Kernel 5.9 is now out and available for the masses. Like any other release, Kernel 5.9 introduces fantastic features along with updated drivers. The development of Linux kernel 5.9 started about two months ago when Linus Torvalds announced the first release candidate (RC) milestone.

Fedora 33 Review: What’s New and How to Upgrade

Fedora 33 Beta, a Red Hat-sponsored community project, is released. It is a pre-release of the Fedora 33 Stable version, which will be available to the masses in the last week of October. Fedora 33 release has triggered excitement among Linux users with its significant shift from the ext4 filesystem to btrfs and other unique new features.

Ubuntu 20.10 New Features Review and How to Upgrade

The wait is finally over (almost) for all you Ubuntu fans out there. The latest version of Ubuntu, 20.10 codenamed "Groovy Gorilla," is currently available in the beta version. I have tested out the distro myself, and it is stable enough to take out for a spin.