In the Linux Release Roundup series, we summarize the new application and distribution versions release in the last few days. This keeps you informed with the latest developments in the Linux world.

gThumb 3.10.2 Released

gThumb, a GTK image viewer and manager for GNOME has been updated to version 3.10.2. It offers major bug fixes and new and updated language translations.

For more info refer to the official release notes.

Darktable 3.4.1 Released

Darktable, the open-source alternative to Adobe Lightroom has gotten a new update with several bug fixes, patching of memory leaks and more.

You can refer to the official release notes to know more.

Kdenlive 20.12.2 Released

Kdenlive 20.12.2 has been released with a slew of bug fixes, it is a popular open-source video editor for Linux. The new update is nothing major like the update to Kdenlive 20.12, but is just a minor one.

For a more detailed outlook of the changes, have a look at the official release notes.

Debian 10.8 Released

Debian 10.8 has been released with a few miscellaneous bug fixes and Linux kernel security updates that address a lot of vulnerabilities.

You can read the official release notes for more information.

Shutter 0.95 Released

Shutter, the popular screenshot tool for Linux has got a new release after more than two years. As this is a maintenance release it comes with a few performance tweaks here and there.

To know more about the new release you can check our coverage.

Finnix 122 Released

Finnix is a Debian-based Linux distribution meant for system administrators, it has got a new release in the form of Finnix 122. It gets various bug fixes, Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS, improved USB flash drive boot support and more.

For more information you can check the official release notes.

Flowblade 2.8 Released

Flowblade is an open-source video editing software for Linux, it is beginner-friendly and contains a lot of useful tools.

Recently, they have announced Flowblade 2.8, it comes with configurable panel positioning, new themes, new filter selection panel and more.

You can learn more about the changes in our coverage.

Linspire 10 Released

Linspire is a Ubuntu-based Linux operating system that caters mainly to users in the education, government and business sector. With Linspire 10, updated software stack, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, GNOME 3.38 and more are on offer.

If you want to learn more, do check the official announcement.


Sourav Rudra

FOSS Enthusiast, Gaming Rigs/Workstation Enthusiast & Builder.