In the Linux Release Roundup series, we summarize the new distribution and application version releases in the past week. This keeps you informed of the latest developments in the Linux world.
Budgie 10.6 Released
Budgie 10.6 is the first release under the new management, without the Solus team.
The release includes visual improvements and minor changes to define future releases. You can check out our original coverage to know more about it.
Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE 5) Beta Released
Linux Mint’s Debian Edition is almost here, with all the goodness of Linux Mint 20.3.
You can learn more about the release in our coverage.
Escuelas Linux 7.4 and 6.18 Released
Escluelas Linux is an education-focused distribution with all essential tools for a classroom and teachers.
The latest update is a fix to prevent LibreOffice Calc from crashing. You need to make sure that you use Escuelas Linux 7.4 (64-bit) or 6.18 (32-bit) if you want to get rid of any issues.
Linux From Scratch (LFS)11 Released
Linux From Scratch as a new version release with updated packages and an update to Linux Kernel 5.16.9.
You can take a look at the official announcement to know more about the package updates.
openSUSE 15.4 Beta Released
openSUSE 15.4 focuses on updating several packages associated with the desktop environments.
The beta release should let you test it how it works, and if the updated packages help improve the experience. You can check the rest of the details in its official announcement.
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