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Linus Torvalds has announced the fourth release candidate for Linux kernel 6.10. The new release comes with driver fixes, a parisc fix, firewire tracepoint updates, bcachefs and cachefiles fixes, and small random changes. The majority of changes are driver-related, with some exceptions.

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The second release candidate of Deepin V23 is now available for downloading and testing. The release offers new features and optimizations, such as the "Backup Update" toggle button, updated system fonts, and improved video decoding compatibility. The package also contains a new nvidia-graphics-drivers package and a new installer trial mode. The display style of the encrypted network lock icon has been changed to match the interface when the machine is not locked.

Basic package upgrades include corrections for known security flaws, increased performance and multithreading capabilities, and improved internationalization support. Compiler improvements have been performed, and Python interaction with Version 3.12 has been enhanced for faster execution and memory economy. Package management capabilities and performance have been improved, as well as the efficiency and reliability of the package management tool.

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Linus Torvalds has announced the availability of the third release candidate for Linux kernel 6.10, which includes several driver and architectural changes as well as several core kernel updates.

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The latest version of Kali Linux is now available. Based on Debian testing, the security-focused rolling distribution Kali Linux incorporates all Debian changes into Kali as soon as they land in Debian testing.

In order to avoid problems in the year 2038, Kali Linux has included the t64 transition, a 64-bit time_t type. All architectures, including those with a 64-bit time_t type, were affected by this massive ABI switch, which necessitated rebuilding and renaming a huge number of packages with a t64 suffix. Kali 2024.2 now incorporates the GNOME 46 desktop environment, which provides a more refined experience and a number of additional utilities.

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Linus Torvalds has announced the release of the second release candidate for Linux Kernel 6.10. On the driver side, it includes sound, networking, nvme, GPU, and "misc". The majority of filesystem fixes are bcachefs, with minor exceptions for arch updates, core networking, seltftests, and header file fixes.

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EuroLinux 9.4, based on RHEL 9.4, has been updated with new versions of MariaDB 10.11, nginx 1.24, PHP 8.2, PostgreSQL 16, Python 3.12, and GCC compiler 13. The operating system is accessible in an Open Core configuration, with premium subscriptions providing technical assistance, errata files, intermediate packages, and product development impact.

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EuroLinux 8.10, based on RHEL 8.10, is available for the x86_64 and aarch64 platforms. It includes updated modules like MariaDB, Nginx, PHP, PostgreSQL, and Python. Crucial system components and development tools have been updated to newer versions. EuroLinux is accessible both as a paid membership and for free in the Open Core model, providing maximum value to users and the community.

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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.