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Trisquel GNU/Linux 11 is Released with Download Links, Mirrors and Torrents

Trisquel 11 is officially released at the time of LibrePlanet Conference 2023 on 19 March marking its nineteenth years. The website announcement is published on Monday, 20 March, by emphasizing that now it is based on Ubuntu 22.04 "Jammy Jellyfish" LTS, will be supported for five years until 2027 and supporting even more architecture including ARM64 and POWER. Now as the tradition goes, we publish the news with the download links, mirrors, torrents and checksums including necessary how to's like making bootable and installing it to all dear readers. Happy downloading!

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New Alpha Release: Tor Browser 12.5a4 (Android, Windows, macOS, Linux)

This release updates Firefox 102.9.0esr, including bug fixes, stability improvements and important security updates. We also backported the Android-specific security updates from Firefox 111.

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Framework presents new DIY upgradeable laptops

Framework introduced today their Framework Laptop 13 DIY Edition compatible with the AMD Ryzen 7040 Series processors and 13th Gen Intel processors. These highly customizable laptops are available to pre-order starting at $849.00.

NVIDIA debuts Jetson Orin Nano Developer Kit

Today, NVIDIA unveiled their latest Developer Kit based on the Jetson Orin 8GB module designed for Robotic and Smart Vision applications. This new development kit delivers up to 40 TOPs of AI performance and it can be preordered for $489.00.

9to5Linux

Ubuntu 22.10 Users Get New Linux Kernel Security Update, 9 Vulnerabilities Patched

The new kernel security update for Ubuntu 22.10 patches CVE-2022-2196, a vulnerability where the KVM VMX implementation failed to handle indirect branch prediction isolation between L1 and L2 virtual machines, allowing an attacker in a guest virtual machine to expose sensitive information from the host operating system or other guest virtual machines.

Ubuntu 20.04.6 LTS Released to Re-Enable Support for Secure Boot Systems

Ubuntu 20.04.6 LTS is here as the sixth and probably the last point release to the long-term supported Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa) operating system series, which Canonical pledged to support until April 2025 for regular users and until April 2030 for enterprise users who purchase the ESM (Extended Security Maintenance) package.

NVIDIA 530.41.03 Graphics Driver Brings Better Xfce Support, Faster Installer

Highlights of NVIDIA 530.41.03 include compatibility for Linux kernels that ship with Indirect Branch Tracking (IBT) support, a feature designed to prevent an attacker from causing an indirect branch on Intel processors from going to an undesired location.

Kubuntu Focus XE Gen 2 Linux Laptop Launches with 12th Gen Intel CPUs

Kubuntu Focus XE Gen 2 is an ultra-portable 14-inch Full HD (1920×1080 @ 60 Hz) laptop that promises exceptional performance with the 28 W TDP 12th Gen Intel “Alder Lake” Core i7-1260P processor with 12 cores, 16 threads, 18 MB cache, and up to 4.7 GHz boost clock frequency, or the Core i5-1240P processor with 12 cores, 16 threads, 12 MB cache, and up to 4.4 GHz boost clock frequency.

TUXEDO Control Center 2.0 Adds New Keyboard Backlight and Webcam Modules

TUXEDO Control Center 2.0 is the culmination of almost two years of work and introduces major changes like new Keyboard Backlight and Webcam modules to let you control the keyboard illumination of your TUXEDO laptop, as well as for changing various settings of your TUXEDO laptop’s built-in webcam.

GNOME 44 “Kuala Lumpur” Officially Released, This Is What’s New

Code-named “Kuala Lumpur” in recognition of the work done by the organizers of GNOME.Asia Summit 2022 conference, GNOME 44 introduces a GTK4 port of the Epihaphy (GNOME Web) web browser, a file chooser grid view for apps that use the standard GTK file chooser, as well as support for adding a WireGuard VPN directly from the Network panel.

Open Hardware: Jetson, Raspberry Pi, and More

posted by Roy Schestowitz on Jan 25, 2023

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