Nitrux 2.8.1 brings the latest and greatest Linux 6.3 kernel series, Plasma Wayland as the default session, and the latest KDE software.
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Source: Linux Today – Nitrux 2.8.1 Released With Linux Kernel 6.3, Plasma Wayland
Offensive Security announced today a new release of their popular ethical hacking and penetration testing GNU/Linux distribution that brings new features, updated and new tools, and many improvements, Kali Linux 2023.2.
Source: LXer – Kali Linux 2023.2 Brings PipeWire Support to Xfce Edition, Overhauls i3 Desktop
MX Linux pays homage to its origins with a logo revamp, unveiling the highly anticipated MX-23 “Libretto” public beta.
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Source: Linux Today – MX Linux’s Refreshed Identity: Get Ready for MX-23 ‘Libretto’
The DPS310/368 Kit2Go from Infineon is a low-cost development board powered by the XMC100 industrial microcontroller. The compact embedded board can be quickly integrated into IoT and embedded applications since it supports the Arduino IDE platform. Both development boards implement the XMC1100 (32-bit Arm Cortex-M0) microcontroller which belongs to the XMC1000 family of industrial MCUs […]
Source: LXer – Cortex M0 based dev kit is equipped with barometric air pressure sensor
Google has promoted Chrome 114 to stable across Linux, Windows, and macOS…
Source: Phoronix – Chrome 114 Released With CHIPS, Popover API
KDE developer reveals that Plasma 6 will bring a working Night Color functionality on Wayland for users using an NVIDIA graphics card.
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Source: Linux Today – KDE Plasma 6 Will Support Night Color on Wayland for NVIDIA Users
Feature highlights of LibreOffice 7.6, which introduces new enhancements to Calc, Writer, and Impress with compatibility with Office 365.
Source: LXer – LibreOffice 7.6: Discover the Best New Features
CentOS 7’s end-of-life is coming, but Red Hat has a way for you to move to RHEL on the cloud without having to rebuild your server.
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Source: Linux Today – Red Hat Has Finally Given CentOS 7 a Cloud Upgrade Plan
Red Hat’s Service Interconnect enables organizations to more easily create secure application connections across clusters and clouds.
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Source: Linux Today – Red Hat Releases Service Interconnect to Help Connect Applications Securely
This step-by-step guide will help you install Ubuntu alongside Windows and enjoy the benefits of dual booting Windows and Ubuntu.
Source: LXer – Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows And Ubuntu
The wait is almost over! Debian 12 “Bookworm” is now in the full freeze — the last phase before the final stable release.
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Source: Linux Today – The Pre-Launch Countdown to the Debian 12 Release Has Begun
With the recent stable releases of LLVM’s Clang 16 and GCC 13 compilers there is now initial AMD Zen 4 “znver4” support in these open-source compilers. Curious about the performance difference between these two compilers on the very newest AMD 4th Gen EPYC “Genoa” server processors, I ran some LLVM Clang 16.0 and GCC 13.1 benchmarks on the flagship EPYC 9654 2P Linux server.
Source: Phoronix – LLVM Clang 16 vs. GCC 13 Compiler Performance On AMD 4th Gen EPYC “Genoa”
Martin Petersen and John Garry led a session at the
2023 Linux Storage, Filesystem,
Memory-Management and BPF Summit on work they have been doing to
implement atomic block writes of various sizes for SCSI and NVMe.
The idea is to support devices that can guarantee atomic operations for
sizes larger than their block size.
an attempt to “find
common ground” between the two standards, Petersen said, because the two
have slightly different semantics, depending on the device type, and
different restrictions, which has made for an “interesting project”. It has
been a challenge to find an abstraction layer that can work with the “five
of SCSI and NVMe implementations that may or may not be out there”.
Source: LWN.net – [$] Atomic block-write operations
Mesa 23.1.1 is here packed with many fixes for various of its open-source graphics drivers. Check out the highlights here.
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Source: Linux Today – Mesa 23.1.1 Brings Improved Graphics Drivers, Bug Fixes
Explore a collection of Linux command line tricks and terminal tips to supercharge your productivity. Master efficient techniques and unleash the full potential of the Linux command line for a smoother and more streamlined workflow.
Source: LXer – Linux Command Line Tricks for Efficient and Faster Workflow
Greg Kroah-Hartman released Linux 6.3.5 today along with the 5.15.114, 5.10.181, 5.4.244, 4.9.284, and 4.4.316 point releases for those long-term (LTS) kernel versions…
Source: Phoronix – Linux 6.3.5 Released With XFS Metadata Corruption Fix
Weston 12.0 brings two new back ends, support for multiple scanout devices, and the addition of new protocol implementations.
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Source: Linux Today – Weston 12.0: Highlights and Changes
The Python Software Foundation (PSF) received three subpoenas issued by the U.S. Department of Justice for forking over PyPI user data.
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Source: Linux Today – The Python Software Foundation Shares PyPI Subpoenas Details
NVIDIA has a nice treat to end out May for Linux users by publishing their first beta build in the R535 feature series…
Source: Phoronix – NVIDIA R535 Linux Beta Brings New Vulkan Extensions, DMA-BUF v4 Wayland Protocol
The folks at Purism have announced their latest product in the form of the Librem Server v2. Starting out at $2999 USD, these new servers are built around four-year-old 9th Gen Core CPUs already discontinued by Intel…
Source: Phoronix – Purism Librem Server v2 Announced: 99 USD For A 9th Gen Core i3 With 16GB RAM