Ubuntu's upcoming 21.10 distro is far ahead of Windows 10 and 11 in performance in some of the applications as per a report. The performance is especially impressive in CPUs-intense workloads.
Performance evaluation of the recently released Debian 11 (bullseye) stable version shows an overall improvement of 8~10% against Debian 10. And in some instances, the gains are more than double.
The first stable version of Debian 11 (codenamed "bullseye") has been released earlier today by the Debian Project. It comes with a lot of new packages and features, like exFAT support, and more.
The Debian Project has released Debian 10.10, a cumulative update that rolls all of the latest package updates into a new ISO, saving people time when they perform a clean install of Debian 10.
The Debian project has announced the release of Debian 10.9. The new ISO image includes all the latest updates for Debian 10. If you run Debian 10 already, just apply any available patches.
The Debian Project has announced the availability of Debian 10.8. The new update includes all the latest security patches available for Debian, which helps users save time during clean installs.
The Debian Project has announced the availability of Debian 10.7. The new update includes all the latest security patches available for Debian, which helps users save time during clean installs.
This tutorial will help you install the command line tool Neofetch which stylishly shows a summary of your device's hardware and software. Neofetch can be installed on both desktop and mobile.
The Debian Project has announced that Juliette Taka's Homeworld theme will be used by default in Debian 11. Taka also provided the themes which were the defaults on Debian 8 and Debian 9.
The Debian Project has announced that Debian 13, which is due for release in 2025, has been given the codename Trixie. The name comes from one of the newer characters in the Toy Story series.
Linux Mint Debian Edition 4 has just been officially released. Here's a look at some of the new features that you'll find in the update and information on how to upgrade LMDE 3 installations.
The latest version of Linux Mint Debian Edition has begun propagating on official mirrors. The Linux Mint project has not announced the update yet but is expected to in the coming days.
The Linux Mint project has released a beta ISO of LMDE 4 to third-party mirrors. The official announcement is still to be made and the stable release of LMDE 4 could be around one month away.
The Debian project has announced the availability of Debian 10.3 and Debian 9.12. They include all the latest security patches so they're useful if you need to do a clean install on your systems.
The Debian Project has announced the availability of Debian 10.2. The new update includes all the latest security patches available for Debian, which will help users save time during clean installs.
Tails 4.0 has just been released and is the first to be based on Debian 10. It brings the brand new Tor Browser 9.0 and runs the Linux 5.3.2 kernel which enables support for more hardware.
Debian 10.1 and Debian 9.10 have been scheduled for a point release. The first point release is usually pushed after one month but Debian 10.1 is untypical and will take two months.
Debian 10, codenamed Buster, is due for release today (July 6). It comes with nearly 57,703 packages which is the most for any release to date. Lots of end-user software has been upgraded too.
The Debian Project has announced in its mailing list that Debian 10, codenamed Buster, will be released to the public on July 6. It has called on developers to submit last-minute bugs before June 25.
The Debian project has announced the sixth update to its current stable release, Debian 9, codenamed "Stretch". The new disk images come with all the latest security and bug fixes.
The Debian Project has announced that it will be releasing quarterly reports from its anti-harassment team which is tasked with enforcing the diversity statement and code of conduct documents.
The Debian project has announced the fifth update to its current stable release, Debian 9, codenamed "Stretch". The new disk images come with all the latest security and bug fixes.
The Debian Project has opened submissions for Debian 10 artwork proposals. If your artwork is chosen as default it will be present on the installer, login screen, desktop wallpaper, t-shirts and more.
The Debian project has announced the fourth point release of its current stable release, Debian 9, codenamed "Stretch". The new disk images come with all the latest security and bug fixes.
After Kali Linux showed up in the Microsoft Store yesterday, Debian GNU/Linux is also now available in the Microsoft Store as an official Windows 10 Subsystem for Linux distribution.
The music streaming service, Spotify, has been made available as a snap package. The release will make it easier for people to install Spotify and keep it up to date without much hassle.
Debian and other Linux distributions based on it, including Linux Mint and Ubuntu, have received patches to the WPA package in order to mitigate new vulnerabilities that were discovered.
The privacy-oriented Librem 5 for Purism has smashed its crowdfunding goal of $1,500,000 with two weeks to spare. The phone is expected to begin shipping in January of 2019, with a dev kit in 2018.
The Debian Project has pushed a new update out to Debian 9, bringing it to version 9.2. The latest point release allows you to quickly install the OS with the latest updates, saving time and hassle.
Debian 10 "Buster", due for release in 2019, will likely ship with the new window manager, Wayland, but will also come with X11 as a fallback in case people's hardware doesn't support it.
Debian 9 and Debian 8 have received updates to version 9.1 and 8.9 respectively. The main focus of these releases concerns security updates and new ISOs are also available for download.
A new vulnerability that impacts Linux systems has been discovered by a researcher. The vulnerability, which affects the GNOME Files file manager, has already been patched by the Debian Project.
The Debian Project has announced the release of Debian 9. The release sees the inclusion of updated packages including the for the kernel which is on version 4.9. It's supported for five years.
Devuan 1.0 Jessie has been released. It is now considered stable and can installed as an upgrade to existing Debian 7 and 8 installations. The distribution split from Debian over an init controversy.
The Raspberry Pi team has brought its PIXEL desktop to all x86 machines in an effort to make its software more accessible to everyone, even those who can't acquire the hardware for $35.
The new artwork that will feature by default in Debian 9 has been announced. The 'softWaves' theme was created by Juliette Belin who was responsible for the 'Lines' artwork that shipped with Debian 8.
The Tor Project has created a new social contract following a turbulent summer for the project. It was inspired by the Debian social contract and promises Tor Project software won't have backdoors.
Snap packages which were introduced in Ubuntu 16.04 in April have made their way to several other popular distributions and their derivatives, these include Arch Linux, Debian and Gentoo and Fedora.
Debian 7 and Debian 8 have received point releases, 7.11 and 8.5 respectively. Debian 7.11 is the last point release the 7.x series will receive as the version comes under the wing of the LTS team.
The new BSD-based OS, ubuntuBSD is looking to be accepted into the Ubuntu line of products. Its major developer, Jon Boden has asked if his creation could be made official, similar to Xubuntu.