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A new addition to Oracle Linux would eliminate cases like Equifax where failure to patch leads to disaster.
2019.2 supports more Android devices.
Microsoft has contributed exFAT patents to OIN and also published specifications.
The latest version of the classic Live Linux comes with KDE Plasma 5.
Richard Brown is replaced by Gerald Pfeifer.
The latest version of Linux Mint brings many performance improvements.
The two major Linux projects will work together to create a compatible ecosystem.
The new distribution from Red Hat is targeted at containerized workloads.
Melissa Di Donato replaces Nils Brauckmann, who will retire and leave SUSE.
The latest release of Debian comes with tightened security.
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.