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PipeWire 1.2.1 Update Fixes Audio Bugs Across Multimedia Apps

PipeWire 1.2.1 multimedia framework update brings better audio with KODI, smoother KDE previews, and robust script execution.

KDE Frameworks 6.4.0 Rolls Out, Here’s What’s New

KDE's latest release, Frameworks 6.4.0, offers upgraded functionality, new features, and crucial fixes. Get the details!

Mozilla Thunderbird 128 ESR Is Now Available for Download, Here’s What’s New

The Mozilla Thunderbird 128 open-source email client has been released as a major update that introduces many new features, improvements, and bug fixes.

Ubuntu 23.10 “Mantic Minotaur” Reached End of Life, Upgrade to Ubuntu 24.04 LTS

This is your friendly reminder that Ubuntu 23.10 “Mantic Minotaur” reached end-of-life yesterday, July 11th, 2024, which means that it will no longer be supported with software and security updates.

PhotoPrism Bolsters User Access With New Single Sign-On Feature

PhotoPrism's July update includes support for OpenID Connect for simpler, secure logins, enhanced video support, and more.

DietPi Released a New Version 9.6

DietPi is a lightweight Debian-based Linux distribution for SBCs and server systems, with the option to install desktop environments, too. It ships as minimal image but allows for the installation of complete and ready-to-use software stacks with a set of console based shell dialogs and scripts. The project released the...

Zed Code Editor Now Available for Linux

Zed open-source code editor built in Rust with a GPU-accelerated renderer has been officially launched for Linux.

AlmaLinux Patches Another Security Hole That Red Hat Is Ignoring

AlmaLinux is turning into the RHEL clone with a difference, by patching RHEL security holes that are given a low priority by Red Hat.

FreeBSD Announces Changes to Release Schedule and Support Period

Colin Percival, FreeBSD release engineering lead, has recently announced changes to FreeBSD release schedule and support period.

LibreOffice 24.2.5 Office Suite Is Now Available for Download With 78 Bug Fixes

Coming about five weeks after the LibreOffice 24.2.4 update, LibreOffice 24.2.5 is here to introduce more fixes for those annoying issues, bugs, crashes, regression, and other problems reported by users in the latest LibreOffice 24.2 series. In numbers, the LibreOffice 24.2.5 point release addresses a total of 78 bugs.

Exim 4.98 Patches Over 30 Bugs, Bolsters Email Server Security

New Exim 4.98 MTA addresses critical SMTP vulnerabilities. Includes crucial updates for DKIM handling and SMTP security.

BunkerWeb: Open-source Web Application Firewall (WAF)

BunkerWeb is an open-source Web Application Firewall (WAF) distributed under the AGPLv3 free license. The solution’s core code is entirely auditable by a third party and the community.

Bottles 51.12 Enhances Linux Gaming With D3D8 Support

Bottles 51.12: Now supporting D3D8 via DXVK, enhanced GNOME runtime, and bug fixes for a smoother experience.

X11 Is No Longer Part of Fedora Workstation 41

It's final! Fedora moves to Wayland-only GNOME, dropping X11 from its media to enhance user experience. Here's more on that.

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