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ExTiX LXQt ‘Mini’, featuring Linux 5.6.2 released

Linux systems developer has Arne Exton announced 'a new mini edition of ExTiX - the ultimate Linux system. It is based on the upcoming Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa'.

China’s plan to replace Windows with Linux gets closer

China has been trying to develop an operating system of its own, but it has historically been not so successful so far. Moreover, China also had a couple of bad experiences with other companies, like when ZTE depended on the US for the processor or the infamous Huawei issue. This time, though, China might just have created the right operating system.

Debian announces COVID-19 Biohackathon

The Debian platform has many 'Pure Blends' available, which are distributions specifically designed to serve the requirements of a specific topic. For example, there is Ubuntu Studio, a version of Ubuntu, particularly for content creation. Or Fedora Labs.

Fedora 32 release date, new features, and more

After Fedora 32 Beta was deemed unready for release last week during the initial Fedora 32 Beta "Go/No-Go" meeting.  However, just 24 hours later, the Fedora developers reconvened and determined that all bugs had been successfully addressed.  As such, the beta release is now scheduled for release on Tuesday, March 17, 2020.

Wine 5.4 out now with better support for text drawing and Direct2D

Straight from the WineHQ, we got to know that the newest Wine 5.4 development release is finally here, and it comes with many new features and bug fixes.

Clonezilla Live 2.6.5-21 released based on Linux 5.4

Users of Clonezilla Live can now get their hands on its newest stable update in v2.6.5-21 that comes with plenty of significant changes.

GNOME 3.36 out now with Wayland enhancements and more

As a product of 6 months of efforts by the GNOME developers, the latest update to this desktop environment is finally here, dubbed as "Gresik" to appreciate the GNOME.Asia 2019 team members.

APT 2.0 released with new features, performance improvements

APT 2.0 includes several new features, along with some performance and hardening improvements.  Also, the size of the APT library is significantly smaller now since Debian developers have removed "a lot of code" in APT 2.0.