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The release candidate for Deeplin Linux 23 is now available for testing. The update includes several new features, including an improved installer UI, a trial mode, support for 14th generation U terminal devices, dual kernel options, a three-section window mode layout, a free sorting mode, a letter index feature, a "Frequently Used Software" module, and a "Recently Installed" feature. The keyboard interaction behavior has also been improved, including better functionality for Pinyin, English, and Chinese character searches.

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Linus Torvalds has announced the release of the seventh release candidate for the Linux kernel 6.9, with the majority of the changes affecting drivers. The sound is notable, as are the DRM upgrades and other subsystems. Other modifications include filesystems, arch updates, documentation, core networking fixes, and self-testing.

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The first 2024 version of Garuda Linux, "Bird of Prey," has been released. With this update, we provide you the Dr460nized edition's Plasma 6 upgrade, as well as significant enhancements to Sway and Hyprland. FireDragon now offers a more customisable feature set after being rebased to Floorp. Along with the change to the garuda repository's build system, the pilot phase for Chaotic-AUR infra 4.0 is about to start.

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Linus Torvalds has announced the release of the sixth release candidate for Linux kernel 6.9. Driver updates, filesystem updates, and other fixes are all included in this release.

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Linus Torvalds has announced the availability of the fifth release candidate for the Linux kernel 6.9. This release includes improvements to bcachefs and headers, as well as various drivers and architecture updates.

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Linus Torvalds has announced the release of the fourth release candidate for Linux kernel 6.9. Most of the updates that were released this week were completely random, and they included some new hardware mitigations and bcachefs fixes. The timer fallout and drivers that were left over from the merge window made up the remaining content.

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Linus Torvalds has announced the release of the third release candidate for Linux kernel 6.9. Over a third of the patch is comprised of the bcachefs component, while the remaining components include drivers, architecture fixes, filesystem noise, selftest updates, and a few other modifications on top of that.