In this new publication of our current monthly news digest series called “Of all linuxero” we offer a small, but excellent news compendium to start the informative linux news of the current month. Therefore, here we leave this «Of all linuxero Mar-22».
Keep in mind that this publication will not only cover written information, but will also recommend a Video tutorial and a Linux Podcast, for a better understanding of what is currently being disseminated and shared on our GNU/Linux scope.
Before starting this this publication (“De todito linuxero Mar-22”) on news and informative news launched this month on the linux environment, we will leave for those interested the link to our previous related post about how the previous month started. So that they can do it easily, in case they want to increase or reinforce their knowledge about the GNU/Linux news, at the end of reading this present publication:
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Table of Contents
- 1 De todito linuxero Mar-22: News from the beginning of the month
- 1.1 News updates: From all linuxero Mar-22
- 1.2 Recommended video tutorial of the month
- 1.3 Recommended Podcast of the Month
- 2 Your Order
De todito linuxero Mar-22: News from the beginning of the month
News updates: From all linuxero Mar-22
This first of March, the Hyperbola Community announces that dAfter a long and continuous period of testing and development, they now have a new version of Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre. This version 0.4 (Milky Way or Milky Way) has as novelties the beginning of the bases for a future development of HyperbolaBSD, that is to say, that it will serve as a transitional platform, for the ongoing effort to create an alternative kernel and system based on copyleft BSD. Additionally, it includes the Lumina Desktop Environment, maintains HyperRC, and includes experimental support for Runit, removal of support for BlueTooth, Systemd, Rust, or Node.js.
For those who are not familiar with this project, Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre is a completely free and free GNU/Linux Operating System. It is based on Arch Snapshots with Debian Development, and includes packages optimized for i686 and x86_64 CPUs under a Long Term Support (LTS) mode. Hyperbola aims to keep its package and management tools simple, stable, and secure. In order to offer its users total control over their system with 100% free software, with free culture, security, privacy, stability and startup freedom.
This first of March, the EuroLinux Community announces that the current Beta of EuroLinux, version 9.0, is now available for download and testing. This new version includes novelties such as: High availability repositories and resistant storage from the beginning, to significantly increase the system's capabilities and allow for easier migration. What's more, it includes glibc 2.34, which will provide 10 years of enterprise-class stability support, and GNOME 40, among many other new features.
For those not familiar with this project, EuroLinux is an enterprise-class Linux Operating System based on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux source code. Therefore, it is considered a stable, reliable, proven and completely professional. What's more, EuroLinux is available both as a paid subscription and for free in the Open Core model. The advantage of such a solution is to offer the greatest possible value to users and communities.
Steam already has its portable video game console ready and has started accepting orders. According to the Steam company, the Steam Deck is the most powerful and full-featured handheld gaming device in the world. Since, it has a custom AMD APU optimized for gaming on portable devices. Which makes it a powerful combination of Zen 2 and RDNA 2 architectures, offering more than enough performance to run the latest AAA games in a very efficient power envelope.
Linus Torvalds has decided enough is enough and will move the official Linux C to standard C11 of 2011. In order to leave behind the old base, C89, the 1989 version.
A few days ago, she was released GIMP 2.99.10. Development version that constitutes a great step towards the culmination of the development of GIMP 3.0
Recommended video tutorial of the month
Recommended Podcast of the Month
In short, we hope this «Of all linuxero Mar-22» with the most recent linux news on the Internet, for this third month of the year,
«Marzo 2022», be very useful for the whole
«Comunidad de Software Libre y Código Abierto». And of course, that it contributes so that we are all better informed and educated about
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