Linux Release Roundups

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.

Nitrux 1.3.8 Released

Nitrux is an Ubuntu-based distribution that offers a host of useful tools and KDE software.

Recently, the team behind Nitrux have announced the release of Nitrux 1.3.8 that brings in a new minimal ISO image and many other improvements.

For more information on the new release, read our coverage.

Steam Link Now Available For Linux

Valve has finally announced support for Steam Link on Linux. They were able to achieve this in collaboration with Collabora.

It has a very niche use case as it is more like a local-network cloud game streaming platform that uses your current hardware and Steam library to stream games to other devices on the same network.

To know more about Steam Link on Linux, read our coverage.

LibreOffice 7.1.1 Community Released

After the recent release of LibreOffice 7.1 Community, the first point release of the series ‘LibreOffice 7.1.1’ has been announced with over 90 bug fixes across the board.

For more information you can check the official announcement.

Flameshot 0.9 Released

Flameshot is a popular utility for taking screenshots on Linux, version 0.9 has been released with many quality of life changes.

You can read our coverage for more information.

Qt 5.15.3 LTS Released

Qt 5.15.3 has been released with over 200 bug fixes. But, there’s a catch, only commercial customers will be getting these updates and the large community of open-source users are being told to use the latest and unstable Qt 6 release.

For more information on the topic, refer to the official announcement.

openSUSE Leap 15.3 Released [BETA]

openSUSE is a popular Linux distribution and a popular alternative to the likes of Debian/Ubuntu, Fedora and Arch Linux.

A new minor release “openSUSE Leap 15.3” has been announced, this is mostly a release that uses the new approach put out by the development team to build openSUSE.

To know more about the release, check our coverage of the same.

IPFire 2.25- Core Update 154 Released

IPFire is a very secure and versatile, open-source firewall that is based on Linux that can be configured through a web-based interface.

A new update “Core Update 154” has been released for IPFire 2.25 that brings in a lot of improvements and new protocol support.

You can know more about the release by reading the official release notes.

ONLYOFFICE 6.2 Released

ONLYOFFICE is a free and open-source office suite that provides cloud office solutions, collaboration tools, project management tools, and more.

Recently, a new version “ONLYOFFICE 6.2” was announced by the team that has brought about a plethora of changes that include Data Validation for the spreadsheet, Auto-Format, new functions for the spreadsheet and more.

You can read our coverage for more information.

NomadBSD 1.4 Released

If you are not familiar with NomadBSD, it is a persistent live system for USB flash drives that is based on FreeBSD coupled with a bunch of other useful extensions.

Recently, the developers have announced the release of NomadBSD 1.4 that offers a host of improvements, to know more read our coverage.

Sourav Rudra

FOSS Enthusiast, Gaming Rigs/Workstation Enthusiast & Builder.