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Solus Gets Driverless Printing, Improvements to Linux Steam Integration, More

Let’s start with the GNOME edition of Solus, which is managed by Joshua Strobl, as it recently received a massive flood of packages in a successful attempt to upgrade the GNOME Stack to the latest upstream release, namely GNOME 3.26.1, which is the first point release of the GNOME 3.26 “Manchester” desktop environment, along with the GStreamer stack, now at version 1.12.3. Highlights of the major GNOME Stack upgrade include lots of Mutter patches to make it work better with both Budgie and GNOME Shell, Tracker improvements, Todoist support in GNOME Online Accounts, Solus homepage as default for Epiphany, and various fixes to the Midori web browser. On top of that, the LLVM compiler infrastructure, which was updated to version 5.0.0.