OS.watch releases https://os.watch OS.watch is exploring the world of Operating Systems http://www.rssboard.org/rss-specification python-feedgen https://os.watch/static/images/favicon.png OS.watch releases https://os.watch 48 48 en Sun, 03 Mar 2024 14:53:29 +0000 BluestarLinux 6.7.5 https://os.watch/releases.rss bluestar-linux-6.7.5-2024.02.17-x86_64 has been released and is available for download bluestar-linux-6.7.5-2024.02.17-x86_64 has been released and is available for download https://os.watch/bluestar/6.7.5 Mon, 19 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 antiX Linux 23.1 https://os.watch/releases.rss antiX 23.1 'Arditi del Popolo' is a bug-fix release based on Debian 'Bookworm'. As usual, we offer completely systemd-free and elogind-free flavours for both 32-bit and 64-bit architecture. Features: antiX 23.1 'Arditi del Popolo' is a bug-fix release based on Debian 'Bookworm'. As usual, we offer completely systemd-free and elogind-free flavours for both 32-bit and 64-bit architecture. Features: based on Debian 12 'Bookworm', but without systemd and elogind; eudev instead of udev; customised 5.10.197 Linux kernel; customised 6.1.60 Linux kernel (x64 full only); LibreOffice 24.2.0; Firefox 115.8.0esr on antiX-full, SeaMonkey 2.53.18.1 on antiX-base; Claws Mail; CUPS for printing, PipeWire and WirePlumber on Full editions, ALSA on Base and Core editions; Celluloid and mpv for playing video; SMTube to play youtube videos without using a browser; QPdfView PDF reader; App Select; User Language – set up localisation of popular apps e.g. LibreOffice; no snaps (systemd) and no Flatpaks (elogind). https://os.watch/antix/23.1 Thu, 22 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Tiny Core v15.0 https://os.watch/releases.rss Team Tiny Core is excited to unveil Core v15.0, featuring significant updates across various components. This release includes kernel 6.6.8, glibc 2.38, gcc 13.2.0, binutils 2.41, and updates to essen Team Tiny Core is excited to unveil Core v15.0, featuring significant updates across various components. This release includes kernel 6.6.8, glibc 2.38, gcc 13.2.0, binutils 2.41, and updates to essential libraries and applications such as e2fsprogs, util-linux, zlib, and busybox. Additionally, several improvements and additions have been made to tools like tce-audit, tce-load, update-everything, and busybox configurations. Visit the provided links for more details and to download the latest release. https://os.watch/tinycore/v15.0 Fri, 23 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Armbian 24.2.1 https://os.watch/releases.rss We're excited to announce the latest Armbian release, 24.2, code name 'Kereru'. This update comes with a plethora of changes, making the Armbian experience even better. In recent developments, we're p We're excited to announce the latest Armbian release, 24.2, code name 'Kereru'. This update comes with a plethora of changes, making the Armbian experience even better. In recent developments, we're proud to announce the completion of several projects geared towards refining the Armbian experience. Notably, we've resolved DNS resolution issues associated with Debian 'Bookworm', ensuring smoother connectivity for users. Furthermore, our team has optimized the performance of HDMI consoles on Khadas VIM1S and VIM4 devices, alleviating previous sluggishness. https://os.watch/armbian/24.2.1 Fri, 23 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Accessible-Coconut 22.04.3 https://os.watch/releases.rss It is evident from the feedback received over the past few years that the Accessible-Coconut GNU/Linux operating system represents a significant advancement in enhancing the lives of individuals with It is evident from the feedback received over the past few years that the Accessible-Coconut GNU/Linux operating system represents a significant advancement in enhancing the lives of individuals with visual impairments. Zendalona is pleased to announce the release of Accessible-Coconut 22.04.03, which integrates all the valuable feedback provided by our users. Such responses are expected to continue. The new version comes with two interesting new games - Maths-Tutor and Snakes-and-Ladders. Additional updates in the new version encompass system upgrades, enhanced support for Pidgin Telegram, updates to Coco-Patcher, fixes for eBook-speaker and refreshed files within the user guide. We are thrilled to announce that Zendalona has been accepted into Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2024. This presents a significant opportunity to empower students and drive forward open-source development, particularly in the realm of accessibility. https://os.watch/accessible-coconut/22.04.3 Sun, 25 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 BluestarLinux 6.7.6 https://os.watch/releases.rss bluestar-linux-6.7.6-2024.02.24-x86_64 has been released and is available for download bluestar-linux-6.7.6-2024.02.24-x86_64 has been released and is available for download https://os.watch/bluestar/6.7.6 Mon, 26 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Tails 6.0 https://os.watch/releases.rss Tails 6.0, based on Debian 12 (Bookworm) and GNOME 43, introduces various new features including error detection on Persistent Storage, automatic mounting of external devices, protection against malic Tails 6.0, based on Debian 12 (Bookworm) and GNOME 43, introduces various new features including error detection on Persistent Storage, automatic mounting of external devices, protection against malicious USB devices, Dark Mode and Night Light options, easier screenshots and screencasts, simplified Gmail setup in Thunderbird, and Diceware passphrases in additional languages. The release also updates several included applications such as Tor Browser, Electrum, KeePassXC, Inkscape, Audacity, Gimp, and Kleopatra, while removing desktop icons, certain options from the Files browser's shortcut menu, and GtkHash. Additionally, it addresses fixed issues regarding special characters in the screen keyboard and acknowledges known issues related to OnionShare and automatic device mounting's interference with the Back Up Persistent Storage utility. https://os.watch/tails/6.0 Tue, 27 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Zentyal 8.0 https://os.watch/releases.rss **Zentyal 8.0 Release Note:** This release brings a multitude of updates and enhancements across various modules. Antivirus module sees improvements with ClamAV dependencies removed and freshclam comm **Zentyal 8.0 Release Note:** This release brings a multitude of updates and enhancements across various modules. Antivirus module sees improvements with ClamAV dependencies removed and freshclam command added for smoother operation. Core updates include fixes for SHM locks and trial days adjustment. DNS module receives configuration updates for Bind9 and management enhancements. Notable additions include Docker and eBackup modules. Network module undergoes significant changes transitioning to netplan, while Webserver module introduces SSL default configuration and simpler index.html. Other modules like OpenVPN, Samba, and Virt receive various updates and script additions for easier setup and management. Additionally, the ISO building process is refined with a code refactor and a custom theme inclusion for Ubuntu 22.04. https://os.watch/8.0/8.0 Tue, 27 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Grml 2024.02 https://os.watch/releases.rss Highlighting the most relevant changes only: Misc: grml-hwinfo: add inxi output and collect information about network devices via ethtool. grml-live (build system for creating Grml (based) Linux live Highlighting the most relevant changes only: Misc: grml-hwinfo: add inxi output and collect information about network devices via ethtool. grml-live (build system for creating Grml (based) Linux live systems): Initial arm64 / aarch64 support. Add support for Debian/Trixie (current Debian Testing). Use serial console with a setting of 115200n8 by default. Update zsh completion + ship it via Debian package. Unify boot options order between isolinux/syslinux and GRUB. Improved memtest + chainloader handling. Remove Grml release name from the boot options. Misc software related changes in GRMLBASE, GRML_SMALL + GRML_FULL classes. grml-zshrc (Zsh configuration): zshrc: fixed outdated URL in weather function. /etc/skel/.zshrc: suggest J as global alias for jq usage. grml-debootstrap (wrapper around debootstrap for installing pure Debian): Initial arm64 support. Add EFI support for VMs. Don't install busybox any longer by default. https://os.watch/grml/2024.02 Wed, 28 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 ArcoLinux v24.03 https://os.watch/releases.rss The release note page outlines various updates and improvements across different facets of the ArcoLinux ecosystem. From the expansion of Ariser's platform with new ISO options to the enhancement of t The release note page outlines various updates and improvements across different facets of the ArcoLinux ecosystem. From the expansion of Ariser's platform with new ISO options to the enhancement of the ArcoLinux App Glade for streamlined ISO burning, the updates focus on simplifying installation processes and improving user experience. Additionally, developments in ALCI offer a more accessible method for installing Arch Linux, while BYOI empowers users to customize their ISO builds with packages from the Chaotic-AUR repository. Spinoffs like XRAY OS further enrich the ArcoLinux community by catering to specific user needs, such as gaming applications. These updates collectively aim to provide users with a more versatile, efficient, and customizable Linux experience. https://os.watch/arcolinux/v24.03 Wed, 28 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000