The latest release of Debian comes with tightened security.
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Red Hat becomes an independent entity within IBM.
A new operating system has been released to support the new device.
Canonical will continue to support legacy applications and libraries.
Brave Opera and Vivaldi will not implement Google’s changes that will cripple ad-blockers.
The new release is based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
Canonical is making it easier for users to install proprietary Nvidia drivers.
Better hardware support.
An OS redesigned for the hybrid cloud era.
All new Chromebooks will be capable of running Linux.
The latest version comes with new tools and a new alignment of the various Fedora editions.
The foundation has decommissioned its own Git service.
Now customers can gain access to all of its services under Ubuntu Advantage offering.
Two imaging libraries responsible for the image are fully open source.
Usually cheerful Clement ‘Clem’ Lefebvre says he "hasn't enjoyed" this development cycle.
VMware agrees to remove the offending code in a future release.
The company behind the popular DevOps automation tool is releasing those proprietary add-ons built around the open source core.