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August 2006: libquicktime-0.9.10 released 2006-08-30: Gentoo Linux 2006.1 Unleashed. 2006-09-29: Tor v0.1.1.24 released 2006-10-10: Tor 0.1.2.2-alpha is out 2006-10-24: Internet Explorer v7 blocks users from downloading Mozilla Firefox 1.5.x 2006-11-05: Vidalia 0.0.9 is released 2006-11-06: Tor 0.1.2.3-alpha is out 2006-12-05: Tor 0.1.2.4-alpha is out 2006-12-17: Tor 0.1.1.26 fixes HttpProxyAuthenticator privacy flaw 23rd Chaos Communication Congress Linux 2007-01-06: Tor 0.1.2.5-alpha is out 2007-02-08: Tor 0.1.2.7-alpha is out Xfce HOWTO outline text in GIMP Richard Stallman takes on Switzerland Dell Launches "budget friendly" Ubuntu-Loaded Precision Laptop Starting At $700+ USD News Xubuntu 19.04 codenamed Disco Dingo is now available HOWTO make the Flower of Life (their ultimate secret) in GIMP GIMP HOWTOs Xfce 4.14 scheduled for release mid-August 2019 Free racing game SuperTuxKart version 1.0 released Fedora 30 released with GNOME 3.32, GCC 9 and LUKS2 for disk encryption GNU Compiler Collection 9.1 released with OpenRISC and AMD Zen support Mozilla certificate screw-up disables all extensions, including those installed in people's browsers Web browser showdown May 2019: Who's the fastest, Chromium vs Firefox Linux 5.1 released after 13k code commits since 5.0 RDRAND stops returning random values on older AMD CPUs after suspend Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 with focus on "the cloud" is now available Mesa 19.1.0 rc1 released with many new OpenGL features Users of older Lenovo Ideapad and Yoga laptops watch out: Newer kernels will break your WIFI GNU Guix 1.0.0 released GNOME 3.32.2 released Linux 5.1.1 released Second print edition of "The Linux Command Line: A Complete Introduction" by William Shotts is now available in stores Kdenlive 19.04.1 released and available Gnome Commander 1.10.1 released with updated German and Spanish translations GNUnet 0.11.4 released D9VK 0.11 released with fixes and improvements KDE Plasma has a new notification system ready Laptops with Intel-based 10nm Ice Lake CPUs to be available mid-November Videos from the LibrePlanet 2019 conference are now available Second Mesa 19.1.0 release candidate is now available with Radeon and Intel fixes and two bugs blocking a final release Valve's released Proton 4.2-4 with RAGE 2 crash fix Wine 4.0.1 is now available Microarchitectural Data Sampling: The Latest Side-Channel Vulnerability In Intel CPUs Steam Client Beta 1557957375 released with several Linux improvements HOWTO make Linux run blazing fast (again) on Intel CPUs June 11th, 2004: New Kernel Crash-Exploit discovered The Xfce team is proud to announce the release of Thunar 1.8.5 New Xfce desktop, appfinder, configuration tool and panel released Linux Kernel Developers are leveraging GPU vendors into Doing the Right Thing The South Korean government is to switching to Linux Minor flaw found in Linux's RDS implementation The Combined Performance Penalty of Intel CPU bugs Zombieload, Meltdown, Spectre and L1TF Web browser showdown: Chrome 74 vs Chromium 73 vs Firefox 66 GNU Guix version 1.0.1 released Linux compilation benchmark on Ryzen 2600 with and without Red LED fan Firefox 67 Released with Promises of Faster Startup Time and other Performance Improvements Kernel 5.2-rc1 is Released with A Lot of Changes and Potential Performance Improvements End Of The Read for Arch Linux fork Antergos Third Mesa 19.1.0 release candidate and new stable version available OpenSUSE Leap 15.1 released Version 0.4.0 of the KDE-focused Music Player Elisa Released GNU Parallel Akihito released Indian state reportedly Saved 430 Million USD by using to their own Ubuntu-based Linux distribution in Schools Total War: THREE KINGDOMS from Feral Interactive now available Will Huawei laptop improvements get accepted into the Linux kernel? K-Pop group Pristin has disbanded Microsoft GitHub launches "Sponsors" feature allowing users to Pay Open Source Developers KDE's Kate text editor has too many bugs, developers call for help GNOME Developers have Made Their Moves against Themes BlackArch Linux 2019.06.01 brought Back From the Future is Now Available Intel's back on top Linux 5.1.5 released with IMPORTANT Fix for Users of Encrypted LVM volumes on SSDs BlackArch Linux GNOME 3.33.2 released New WJSN album "For The Summer" coming in 7 days Linux Kernel 5.2-rc2 released News/2 News/3 WebKitGTK 2.25.1 released! Krita 4.2.0 released with over 1000+ bugfixes and many new functions Krita Tracklist for WJSN's upcoming album "For The Summer" revealed The fight for contant blockers in Chrome (and Chromium) is far from over LinuxReviews Fourth release candidate for Mesa 19.1.0 released and the Blockers Remain Open The Web is back to One Standard.. sort of Latest Software Reviews KStars v3.2.3 is released with configurable The Sky Map Cursor New Kernels released and You Must Upgrade NOW Red Star OS IEEE freezes out Huawi and affiliated individuals Ending it's function as a Global Standards Body Linux market share on Steam grew by a whopping 0.02% in May Xfce is now the most popular desktop (among new Manjaro Linux users) Gbrainy v2.4.1 released Linux Kernel 5.2-rc3 released The Tor network is either under attack by or very popular in Iran Mageia Mageia 7 RC released Sunmi's fabulous song "Gashina" has reached 100 million views on YouTube News/4 New Kernels, 5.1.7, 5.0.21 and 4.19.48 are released Manjaro Linux Firefox to offer "Tracking Protection" by default Krita 4.2.1 released Most popular LinuxReviews articles in May 2019 HarmoniKR Linux distributions KDE will soon get a light-weight WYSIWIG markdown viewer South Korean Government and Army will be switching to Linux Mesa 19.1.0 RC 5 and stable branch 19.0.6 available, 19.1.0 final is delayed HOWTO draw a strait line in GIMP Kdenlive video editor version 19.04.2 released Ice Window Manager 1.5.5 released New Kernels: 4.14.124, 4.19.49, 5.1.8 and 5.2-RC4. And as always, You Must Upgrade NOW Xfce4 Panel Stopwatch Plugin v0.3.1 released Linux Kernel 5.0.15 broke Support for all Older Bluetooth Devices and there's no fix in sight New Kernels: 4.4.181, 4.9.181, 4.14.125, 4.19.50, 5.1.9 - just two days after the last kernels releases. And as always, You Must Upgrade NOW Mesa 19.1.0 is now available VLC 3.0.7 released with a long list of Security Issues Fixed HOWTO make GIMPs interface colorful and happy (again) GIMP 2.10.12 now available Snek version 1.0 Announced for Python-Like programming on Tiny Embedded Systems Xfce Screensaver 0.1.5 Now Available The Linux Kernel can Kill Your PC-Speaker KDEs GSOC students are making Good Progress towards Many Exciting Improvements New Kernels: 5.2-rc5, 5.1.10, 4.19.51 and 4.14.126 released New Stable Kernel Series Releases 4.4.182, 4.9.182, 4.14.127, 4.19.52 and 5.1.11 Fixes Serious TCP Networking Vulnerabilities Richard Stallman to Visit Germany in July The GNU Guix distribution is moving from gzip to lzip KDE Neon KDE Plasma 5.16.1 released Support for new Power-Saving CPU Instructions in a future Low-Power Mobile 10mm CPU Architecture from Intel code-named "Tremont" is being added to the Linux Kernel Linus Still Based and Caches Are Faster than Direct IO Linux Kernel 3.16.69 released Thunderbird 60.7.2 Security Release Available, Upgrade if you use Thunderbird The Linux Kernel fix for SACK vulnerabilities broke Steam Valve is dropping support for Steam on Ubuntu KDE Plasma's goals Revealed New Kernels: 5.2-rc6 and stable branch kernels 5.1.14 and 4.19.55 are now available with patch fixing Steam Xfce Cpugraph Plugin 1.0.91 released! The Future of BitlBee, the IRC Gateway for Instant Messaging protocols (MSN, ICQ, Jabber, Yahoo) Intel Ice Lake Desktop and Workstation CPU support added to the Linux Kernel Happy 17th birthday BitlBee KStars 3.3.1 released Google Insider Blows Whistle and Exec Reveals Google Plan to Prevent "Trump situation" in 2020 on Hidden Cam Personal finances manager Skrooge 2.20.0 released Mesa 19.1.1 and 19.0.7 are now available GNU Parallel "HongKong" released Mesa 19.0.8 released with fix for major blunder in 19.0.7 New Older Stable-Branch Kernels released with Steam fix: 4.4.184, 4.9.184 and 4.14.131 are now available Ubuntu bows to Steam and Wine pressure: Will keep supporting "key" 32-bit libraries one more version Version 0.4.1 of the user-friendly KDE-focused Music Player Elisa Released Krita 4.2.2 is out Xfce file manager Thunar v1.8.7 released Linux Kernel 5.2 rc7 Released using a Shoe-String Internet Connection Xfce 4.14pre2 Released OpenPGP keys are being spammed to the point where GnuPG is "useless" Linux marketshare on Steam is Dropping Like A Stone News/5 Xfce4-terminal 0.8.8 has been released GNU Midnight Commander 4.8.23 is out New Kernels: 5.1.16, 4.19.57 and 4.14.132 released with mostly network-related fixes AMD RX 5700 and 5700 XT GPUs launching with No Linux Support Valve's got a new shader compiler for AMD GPUs ready for testing Wine 4.12 released with Support for Plug and Play devices drivers and Multi-Monitor Setups The Linux kernel will not get support for the fsgsbase instructions from Intel any time soon Debian Buster is Released Debian Linux kernel version 5.2 released big performance improvements XMPP client Kaidan 0.4.0 released after one and a half years of development AMD Ryzen 3000 series CPUs can't do Random on boot causing Boot Failure on newer Linux distributions Revisiting Intel CPU bug workarounds with Linux Kernel 5.2 Mesa 19.1.2 released Free Software which Censors and Restricts what Sites and services the user is Allowed To Read and use is still Free Software Firefox 68 esr released with better Dark Mode, redesigned addons dashboard and more enterprise-policies FreeBSD 11.3 released GnuPG 2.2.17 released with An Easy Fix for the current Keyserver Signature Spam Problem Finance Manager KMyMoney v5.0.5 Released Web Browser Showdown: Firefox 68 vs Chromium 75 vs Firefox Nightly Linux Kernel 5.2 can't into Chromium VAAPI accelerated video on Intel i915 Kdenlive 19.04.3 released with a whole lot of bug-fixes Mozilla's Firefox 68 vs Firefox 68 from Fedora: No difference. 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AMD Admits Ryzen 3000 Series CPUs are Broken, promises BIOS update AntiX 19 beta 2 released Gentoo Linux Microsoft's Terms of Service Updated to be even more Draconian Happy birthday KDE Plama 5 KDE Connect now lets you connect your Mac to Android phones and Linux desktops AMD Navi Support is merged into the upcoming Linux Kernel 5.3 User-friendly XMPP client Kaidan 0.4.1 released New Steam Clients Available with Faster Game Downloads Xfce Image Viewer Ristretto 0.8.5 released It's over, Kubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish is EOL Thunar 1.8.8 released Windows users of KDE applications: Do not uninstall.exe VLC video player has gaping security hole and there's no fix available Linux Kernel 5.3rc1 and new Stable branch Kernels released Huawei is moving to promote their EROFS read-only filesystem from the kernel staging area Biostar BIOSes enabling PCIe Gen 4 on AMD 400-series Motherboards are available GOOGLE ENGINEER BLOWS WHISTLE: "Are we going to just let the biggest tech companies decide who wins every election from now on?" Mesa 19.1.3 released SUSE has appointed Melissa Di Donato as new CEO News/6 The BROWSER Act could give Americans Privacy Protections similar to those the EUs GDPR legislation guarantees GNU Parallel Ryugu released Dropbox will again support filesystems beyond ext4 Bitcoin Core 0.18.1 rc1 Released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1 Beta Available Alibaba announces 16-core RISC-V chip and promises to make it Open Source KernelShark 1.0 released Python 3 plugin support for GIMP 3 is ready Xfce 4.14pre3 Released Linux Kernel 5.3-rc2 released Pay As You Go Linux PCs are here - and you Better Pay or it Locks Up AMD Ryzen 3000 series CPUs will not be able to boot modern Linux distributions for another "few" weeks Latte Dock 0.9 for KDE Plasma released Freedesktop Quietly adds Intel Code of Conduct Enforcer Mesa 3d 19.2 Release Plan Announced GNU C Library version 2.30 released with Unicode 12.1 support Honorary Doctor Richard Stallman to do Speaking Tour in Russia Linux Steam market share is on the rise Manjaro Linux will not be installing the proprietary FreeOffice by default Drift Into Eternity now available for Linux on Steam The Japanese have NTP synchronized wall clocks Linux Kernel 5.3-rc3 released KDevelop 5.4 released Mesa 19.1.4 is now available with fixes for hair oddities in Max Payne 3 on AMD/RADV It's Over, The Linux Journal is Closing Down Xfce4-whiskermenu-plugin 2.3.3 released Bitcoin Core 0.18.1 Released IBM subsidiary Red Hat has joined the RISC-V foundation Xfce Image Viewer Ristretto 0.10.0 released Xfce 4.14 Released Linux Kernel 5.3-rc4 released Treasure-trove of internal Google documents showing censorship and bias leaked by insider Tor Snowflake launched as a censorship countermeasure for the The Onion Router network AMD finally submits kernel patch for broken RDRAND on older AMD APUs Happy Birthday Debian Worms exploiting Windows Remote Desktop Vulnerabilities knock on port 3389 Fedora 31 is branched: Here are the high-lights in the next Fedora version Git v2.23.0 is released and available Endless OS Warzone 2100 3.3 released with better graphics and high resolution monitor support Mesa 19.2 rc2 released with support for Navi and "unreleased" AMD chip Qt Creator 4.10.0 released with Android targets for CMake and Qbs projects F-Droid 1.7.1 available Linux Kernel 5.3 rc8 is released and 5.3 final is coming soon Linux Kernel 5.3 is released Richard Stallman has resigned from his position as president of the Free Software Foundation Firefox will do monthly releases starting next year Rms/sub1 Rms/sub5 Xfce-Panel 4.14.1 is released Mesa 19.2 is released with support for AMD Navi GPUs Honorary Doctor Richard Stallman will remain the head of the GNU Project Microsoft Windows no longer trusts built-in SSD encryption and neither should you Linux 5.4 rc1 is released GNU Screen v.4.7.0 is released with support for Unicode 12.1.0 tables SuperTuxKart 1.1 could be released "anytime" The Free Software Foundation is working to gain a "shared understanding" with the GNU Project GNOME 3.34.1 is now available GNOME Internet Radio Locator v2.0.8 is now available Firefox 69.0.3 with nothing new for free software users New stable kernels: 5.3.6, 4.19.79 and 4.14.149 are now available Facebook's digital currency Libra appears to be falling apart as major players leave before commitment deadline Free Software Enthusiasts are The Worst when it comes to AdBlocking Intels upcoming i3 CPUs raise the bar for entry-level CPUs to four cores and four threads Sudo bug lets users who are allowed to run commands as another user to run them as root instead Xfce4-panel 4.15.0 kicks off Xfce's march towards a 4.16 release