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Linux Release Roundup #22.15: Raspberry Pi OS, EndeavourOS Apollo, and More Releases

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.

EndeavourOS Apollo Released

The Arch-based distro EndeavourOS has a new release with plenty of improvements and some new feature additions.

You can learn all about it in our coverage.

MX Linux 21.1 Released

MX Linux 21.1 is the first minor update to the MX Linux 21 series. With the latest release, they have updated the Debian base along with a new tool to configure Samba shares.

You can refer to the official release announcement to find out more about it.

EasyOS 3.4.5 Released

EasyOS features user-friendly container technology as an experimental platform.

The latest release adds a dark theme, updated browsers, and kernel. Take a look at its release announcement to know more.

Raspberry Pi OS 2022-04-04 Released

The official Debian-based distro for Raspberry Pi boards, i.e., Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye. The latest release removes the default user account to prevent brute-force login attempts and adds a new, improved setup wizard.

There are more technical changes as well, you can read about them in the official announcement.

KDE Frameworks 5.93.0 Released

KDE frameworks help to improve all the existing KDE technologies with its add-on libraries and improved functionalities.

With the latest release, there are new Breeze icons, CMake modules, Doxygen tools, improvements to the KCalendarCore and more.

The official announcement mentions all the technical improvements.

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