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Endless OS 3.6.0 Released, Wind River Announces Enhancements to Wind River Linux, Arch Linux 2019.06.01 Is Out, NGD Systems Announces the Newport M.2 SSD and IBM Launches AutoAI for Watson Studio

News briefs for June 12, 2019.

Endless
OS 3.6.0 has been released. This release has “updated the base OS packages
to the latest versions from Debian ‘buster’ (the forthcoming stable
release), most desktop components to the v…

MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.4 Now Available, Pulumi Announces Pulumi Crosswalk for AWS, KDE Launches Plasma 5.16, IBM Announces Its List of Women Pioneers for AI in Business and Microway Provides Clemson University with an NVIDIA DGX-2 Supercomputer

News briefs for June 10, 2019.

MariaDB today announces the release of MariaDB
Enterprise Server 10.4,
“code-named ‘Restful Nights’ for the peace of mind it brings enterprise
customers”. The press release notes that this vers…

IPFire 2.23 – Core Update 132 Released with Important Security Fixes, Kernel 5.2-rc4 Is Out, Akraino Edge Stack Release 1.0 Is Now Available, KDE Announces Its Google Summer of Code Students and Google Assistant Now Works with Waze

News briefs for June 10, 2019.

IPFire 2.23 – Core Update 132 was released recently. This update includes
security fixes and improvements to help secure systems vulnerable to some recent
problems with Intel processors, speci…

RHEL 7.7 Beta Is Now Available, Kdenlive 19.04.2 Is Out, Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York to Support Linux, IceWM 1.5.5 Released and the Document Foundation Announces New “What Can I Do for LibreOffice” Website

News briefs for June 7, 2019.

Red
Hat Enterprise Linux 7.7 beta is now available. This version is the final
release in the Full Support Phase of RHEL 7 and includes many
enhancements and bug fixes. Updates include support f…

Zorin OS 15 Released, Canonical Issues Security Updates for All Supported Versions of Ubuntu Linux, New RCE Vulnerability Discovered Affecting Email Servers, Khadas VIM3 Launching Soon and Krita’s Digital Atelier on Sale

News briefs for June 6, 2019.

Zorin
OS 15 has been released. From the announcement for this new major
version: “Every aspect of the user experience has been re-considered and
refined in this new release, from how apps are i…

Chrome 75 Released, ask.krita.org Website Retiring, LinuxGizmos Publishes Its Spring 2019 SBC Catalog, LibreOffice 6.3 Beta 1 Is Ready for Testing and Happy 15th to Phoronix

News briefs for June 5, 2019.

Chrome 75 was released yesterday. ZDNet
reports that “The vast majority
of the new features and changes in Chrome 75 are centered around adding new
internal APIs and updating existing features.”…

Firefox Now Will Have Enhanced Tracking Protection On by Default, 5.0 Kernel Reaches End of Life, Apple Replacing Bash with zsh as Default Shell, IBM Announces Major Upgrade to Db2 and Oracle’s Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel R5 Update 2 Is Now Available

News briefs for June 4, 2019.

Mozilla
today announces that the Firefox browser will now have Enhanced Tracking
Protection on by default. From Chris
Beard’s blog post: “These protections work in
the background, blocking thir…

System76 Launching Reborn Gazelle Laptops, Red Hat Has Joined the Business Coalition for the Equality Act, Fedora Accepting Submissions for Fedora 31 Supplemental Wallpapers, Linux 5.2-rc3 Is Out and Creative Commons Introduces Its Summer of Code Students

News briefs for June 3, 2019.

System76 announces the rebirth of its Gazelle laptop line, offering the
choice of Pop!_OS or Ubuntu as the OS. Beta
News reports, “It comes with a 9th Gen Intel Core i7 by
default, and you can c…

Debian Announces Interns for Outreachy and Summer of Code, Unity Editor for Linux Now Available, DistroWatch Turns 18 Today, Google Announces New Privacy Protections for Chrome Extensions and KStars v3.2.3 Released

News briefs for May 31, 2019.

Debian
announces it has chosen seven interns—two people for Outreachy and
five people for the Summer
of Code. See the post
for the list of interns and the projects they’ll be working on.

Uni…

Dell Announces More Ubuntu-Based Precision Developer Edition Laptops, Mozilla’s Alan Davidson Testifies on Internet Privacy, Canonical Announces the Release of Multipass 0.7.0 Beta, GParted Reaches 1.0 Milestone and New HiddenWasp Malware

News briefs for May 30, 2019.

Dell
announces its Precision 5540, Precision 7540 and Precision 7740 developer
edition laptops, the next in the line of Dell’s Ubuntu-based Precision
mobile workstations. From the announcement:…

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