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.
ALT Linux 10.0 Released
ALT Linux has a new upgrade that comes with Linux Kernel 5.15. The ALT KWorkstation 10 features the KDE Plasma desktop environment and several essential tools including office suite, text editors, web browser, and more.
This release also adds support for Intel Alder Lake processors. You can read more about it in the official announcement.
AlmaLinux OS 8.6 Released
AlmaLinux 8.6 is the latest stable release with the support for architectures that include x86_64, ppc64le, and aarch64.
The release includes enhancements for the web console, and new system roles for easier system administration. You can explore more about it in the release announcement.
Fedora 36 Released
Fedora 36 was finally released after multiple delays. You get several visual differences when compared to Fedora 35, considering it features GNOME 42.
You can read our comparison between Fedora 35 and Fedora 36 to explore more. And, head to our main coverage to check what’s new with Fedora 36.
Kali Linux 2022.2 Released
Kali Linux’s next second update for 2022 introduces GNOME 42 along with some new packages, and an interesting screensaver to scare people.
You can read more about the release in our coverage.
Inkscape 1.2 Released
Inkscape 1.2 is here with several new refinements and features.
We take a brief look at the features in our coverage.
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