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Linux Release Roundup #21.19: Elementary OS 6 Beta, Fedora 34, LibreOffice 7.1.3, and More New Releases

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.

Elementary OS 6 Beta Released

Elementary OS 6 beta is finally available to download. With this release, they focus heavily on UX improvements along with other changes.

You can check out our coverage to learn more about the new features.

LibreOffice 7.1.3 Released

LibreOffice 7.1.3 is a new community edition release that focuses on improving compatibility while addressing several bugs.

You can learn more about it in their official announcement post.

Fedora 34 Released

Fedora 34 arrived last week with GNOME 40 and other interesting changes. It is definitely one of the most exciting releases that you may have missed.

You can learn more about it in our Fedora 34 release coverage.

Rocky Linux RC 1 Released

Rocky Linux, the much-anticipated CentOS alternative from the CentOS creator itself finally as a release candidate release.

So, we should be expecting the final release soon enough. To explore more about it, have a look at the official announcement.

qBittorrent 4.3.5 Released

qBittorrent 4.3.5 is not a major release but involves several improvements while being the last version to support Ubuntu 20.04.

To know more about the release, have a look at the official news announcements.

OpenBSD 6.9 Released

A security-oriented UNIX-like operating system, OpenBSD 6.9 is their 50th release with significant feature additions and improvements.

You can check out the release notes to know more about it.

GhostBSD 21.04.27 Released

GhostBSD 21.04.27 release addresses some important fixes and improvements.

You can refer the official announcement to explore the technical details.

OpenIndiana 2021.04 Released

A continuation of the OpenSolaris operating system. With this release, they have upgrade several packages that include applications like Firefox and Thunderbird.

Do refer to the announcement post to learn more about the packages updated and the changes overall.

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