SolydXK 2016.06 released

The SolydXK development team announced release of SolydXK 2016.06, latest stable release of Debian based GNU/Linux distribution featuring KDE and Xfce desktop environments. It was earlier started as a flavor of Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE). When Linux Mint dropped Debian based distribution, SolydXK team decided to independently maintain two Debian based distributions SolydX and  SolydK featuring Xfce and KDE environments respectively.


SolydXK 2016.06 is coming with some notable features which includes:
  • Firefox ESR is now used from Debian repository instead of custom built and installed from the SolydXK repository.
  • You can now use custom mount points in the Live Installer. Double click on a partition to select a pre-defined mount point or write your custom mount point.
  • Improved command handling of SolydXK applications for the Enthusiast’s Editions.
  • The SolydXK scripts were moved from /usr/local/bin to /usr/bin.
  • Grizzler improved the /usr/bin/apt script. Run apt in terminal to see a list of commands with explanation.
  • SolydX RPI has been built from scratch and is based on Raspbian.
  • And many more smaller changes
For additional details, see release announcement published in SolydXK website.





Fedora 24 redefines boundaries of Linux : Review

It was last week Fedora project announced release of Fedora 24, latest stable release of independent, community contributed GNU/Linux distribution backed by Red Hat, one of the biggest open source organization around the globe. Fedora always ships latest available software packages so that users can enjoy most modern technologies without waiting too much.

Fedora 24 keeping the tradition of Fedora distributions comes with several new updates including GNOME 3.20 latest stable release of popular open source desktop environment. Fedora 24 workstation also provides improved Wayland support indicating that Fedora always go with latest technologies.

Fedora 24 was rescheduled multiple times to meet the quality standards of project and comes with several improved refined libraries to provide maximum performance. All code in Fedora 24, in all flavors, is compiled with GCC 6 which can provide better code optimization and increased stability.


The Linux Insider portal has published a high level overview of Fedora 24. This suggests that Fedora 24 is a great operating system that is pushing the boundaries of GNU/Linux. The overview goes briefly covers new packages in Fedora 24, various desktop environments, and different Fedora editions including Fedora Work station, Fedora cloud and Fedora server.
Fedora Linux is the community version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or RHEL. Fedora 24 is comprised of a set of base packages that form the foundation of three distinct editions: Fedora 24 Cloud, Fedora 24 Server and Fedora 24 Workstation.

Delayed four times during its development cycle, Fedora 24 includes glibc 2.23 for better performance, and improvements to POSIX compliance and GNU Compiler Collection 6. All base packages have been rebuilt with GCC 6, providing better code optimization across all Fedora 24 editions, and improving the overall stability of each addition.

Fedora 24 is the result of Fedora's drive to provide the latest powerful open source tools and components to a variety of end users, according to Matthew Miller, Fedora project leader. Those users range from developers to systems administrators.
Read complete review in Linux Insider portal.

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KaOS 2016.06 released with Linux Kernel 4.6
06/25/2016 11:14 PM

The KaOS project has announced availability of KaOS 2016.06, latest stable release of independently evolved, rolling GNU/Linux distribution offering a lean KDE experience. The purpose of KaOS is to provide a well integrated rolling operating system for modern computers with latest available packages. Instead of focusing on several things, KaOS focus on single desktop, single framework and on

Peppermint OS 7 released 6 days ahead of schedule
06/25/2016 10:23 AM

The Peppermint OS team has announced availability of Peppermint OS 7, latest stable release of Ubuntu LTS based cloud oriented, desktop operating system. In an earlier post on google+ page, Peppermint team had told that, release is scheduled for 30th of June. However, the team has brought this release 6 days earlier. Peppermint OS is an Ubuntu LTS based, lightweight, user friendly operating

Solus project plans a point release 1.2.1 on mid of July
06/24/2016 11:42 PM

Following release of Solus 1.2, Solus project has announced plan to release a point release with version number 1.2.1. Solus 1.2.1 won't be a mere bug fix release, instead it will be a feature release with some more refinements and new features from project's todo list. Solus 1.2 was a major milestone in this independently evolved GNU/Linux distributions two year history. It was released with a

Flatpak - next generation packaging framework - is public now
06/23/2016 08:09 PM

The Flatpak development team announced public availability of Flatpak framework - an application packaging framework supported in numerous GNU/Linux distributions including major distributions like Arch, Debian, Fedora, Gentoo, Mageia, Ubuntu ..etc. Flatpak - formerly xdg-app - is an effort to create a common application packaging framework for different GNU/Linux distributions. The primary

OpenSUSE Leap 42.2 Alpha 2 released
06/22/2016 08:22 PM

The OpenSUSE community has announced availability of OpenSUSE 42.2 Alpha 2, second development release of upcoming stable OpenSUSE Leap release. This development release of OpenSUSE has got a lot of changes after prevous development release, alpha 1. OpenSUSE Leap distributions are result of a new kind of build process adopted by OpenSUSE project. The Leap hybrid GNU/Linux distribution

Fedora 24 released with GNOME 3.20
06/21/2016 08:54 PM

Continuing the process of redefining concept of operating system, Fedora project has announced release of Fedora 24, latest stable release of world's popular open source operating system backed by Red Hat Inc. Fedora 24 comes with several new features and improvements which can be deployed in different production environments including desktop computers, servers, cloud platforms ..etc. In

Solus 1.2 released with revamped Software Center
06/20/2016 08:33 PM

The Solus Project has announced release of Solus 1.2, latest stable point release in Solus 1.x Shannon series. Solus 1.2 comes with a lot of optimizations and improvements including a redesigned software center. Solus is an independently evolved GNU/Linux distribution featuring a unique desktop environment named budgie and eopkg package manager. Solus 1.2 is a successor of version 1.0 and 1.1

Peppermint OS 7 will launch on 30th June
06/19/2016 06:32 PM

The Peppermint OS team has informed that, Peppermint 7, upcoming stable release of Ubuntu LTS based, cloud oriented operating system will launch on 30th June of 2016. This announcement was made in official Google+ page of Peppermint OS. Google+ post also warns that official website of operating system will in maintenance mode for a few days prior to release of Peppermint 7. Peppermint OS is an

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KaOS 2016.06 released with Linux Kernel 4.6

The KaOS project has announced availability of KaOS 2016.06, latest stable release of independently evolved, rolling GNU/Linux distribution offering a lean KDE experience. The purpose of KaOS is to provide a well integrated rolling operating system for modern computers with latest available packages. Instead of focusing on several things, KaOS focus on single desktop, single framework and on architecture.

KaOS 2016.06 comes with several changes among which 3 are most notable. Three notable changes includes Linux Kernel 4.6 with fully automated microcode update, improved plasma desktop with a lot of new features, and complete disk encryption support. This release also marks end of Qt4 and it won't be available in repositories. It is almost 3 years after stopping development of Qt4 and security updates were stopped in 2015. So, KaOS has dropped Qt4 from repositories.

Source : KaOS website

From official release announcement published in KaOS website:
With the move to the Linux kernel 4.6 it is now possible to fully automate the Early Microcode update. This new kernel now has all needed ucode build-in, thanks to commits like these. For users, this means no need to install any ucode package, no need to adjust bootloaders or have an extra initrd just for Microcode loading. Many modern CPUs require loading microcode before everything else, as the update causes system instability otherwise.

The Plasma Desktop includes Frameworks 5.23.0, Plasma 5.6.95, KDE Applications 16.04.2 & not yet released ports of KDE Applications. All built on Qt 5.7.0. Changes in Plasma 5.6.95 include improved workflows, the return of the agenda view in the calendar, the Volume Control applet gained the ability to control volume on a per-application basis & allows you to move application output between devices using drag & drop, new System Tray & Task Manager, plus huge steps towards a Wayland-based windowing system
For more details, see release announcement in KaOS website.

Peppermint OS 7 released 6 days ahead of schedule

The Peppermint OS team has announced availability of Peppermint OS 7, latest stable release of Ubuntu LTS based cloud oriented, desktop operating system. In an earlier post on google+ page, Peppermint team had told that, release is scheduled for 30th of June. However, the team has brought this release 6 days earlier.

Peppermint OS is an Ubuntu LTS based, lightweight, user friendly operating system that integrates web based applications right on the desktop. These applications includes google docs, skype, twitter, zoho docs ..etc and also it provides options to install additional services. This will enable users to use cloud oriented services just after installation of operating system.


Peppermint OS 7, current stable release of Peppermint OS comes both in 32 and 64 bit flavors. Also, it provides support for UEFI/GPT/Secure boot. Peppermint 7 includes Ice - a site specific browser framework, it is supports Mozilla firefox and Google Chrome/Chromium browsers.

Some of the notable highlights of Peppermint 7 includes:
  • Built on top of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, latest long term supported release of Ubuntu
  • Continuing the policy of adopting best from all desktop environment, Peppermint integrates Whisker menu and xfce4-panel on top of LXDE desktop. Also, it includes a settings panel to bring all configuration options to a single place.
  • Since Google Chrome has discontinued support for 32 bit architectures, Peppermint is using Mozilla web browser by default. This is the first most Peppermint distribution without Google Chrome/Chromium browsers. Firefox longer support SSB(Site Specific Browser) which is required for web application integration. To get rid of this problem, Peppermint is using their own framework which will work Firefox, Chrome and Chromium browsers. So, the choice web browser is completely up to the users. They can either stick with default firefox or install Chrome/Chromium browsers.
  • Peppermint 7 is coming with a new look and feel. This follows more of flat design principles. Also, it has an overall darker appearance and new icon pack.
  • Firefox theming is separately handled and it can be configured by using Firefox Themer application available in Peppermint settings. This is done to avoid incompatibility of some Gtk themes with Firefox.
  • gEdit text editor is replaced by pluma editor as gEdit is following client side decoration principle of GNOME shell.
For more information on this release see release announcement published in Peppermint blog.

Solus project plans a point release 1.2.1 on mid of July

Following release of Solus 1.2, Solus project has announced plan to release a point release with version number 1.2.1. Solus 1.2.1 won't be a mere bug fix release, instead it will be a feature release with some more refinements and new features from project's todo list.

Solus 1.2 was a major milestone in this independently evolved GNU/Linux distributions two year history. It was released with a lot new features, bug fixes and software optimizations. It included refinements in it's flagship desktop Budgie, a completely rewritten Software App to be aligned with user expectations, and a lot of software optimizations to exploit special features on underlying hardware. Also, Solus 1.2 was the first GNU/Linux distribution that shipped Arc Icon theme, which is still under heavy development, as default icon theme.


One of the biggest specialty of Solus is long term visions of Ikey, the key developer of Solus. He has his own ideas of an ideal operating system. In some discussions and blog posts he has already shared his ideas and visions on operating system. So towards this goal, Solus 1.2.1, the upcoming point release of Solus will introduce some new features which are briefly explained below.

 

Advance storage configuration

This is a feature introduction planned on Solus installer. The plan is to implement support for advanced storage configurations like RAID, LVM/LUKS and also full disk encryption option. So this will help users to easily configure their file systems and to choose whether they want to encrypt their file system to limit access to the data or not.

 

Full iBus support

Solus 1.2.1 will better support for different language. A complete iBus support will help input methods for different Asian languages like Chinese / Chinese Phonetic, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese.

 

Improvement in Software Center 

Solus Software Center was completely rewritten in Solus 1.2 to avoid unnecessary memory usage and delays. Now, Ikey is planning to take it to next level by providing better option to install third party software packages. Also software center will check for updates in background and notify users if updates are available.

Fore more information see an official blog post published in Solus team.

Flatpak - next generation packaging framework - is public now

The Flatpak development team announced public availability of Flatpak framework - an application packaging framework supported in numerous GNU/Linux distributions including major distributions like Arch, Debian, Fedora, Gentoo, Mageia, Ubuntu ..etc.

Flatpak - formerly xdg-app - is an effort to create a common application packaging framework for different GNU/Linux distributions. The primary goal of Flatpak is to make one application to run on all platforms without bothering much about underlying operating system. So this will reduce the burden on application developers to create separate binary and packages for each distribution they want to support.

Mr Alexander Larsson, lead developer of Flatpak describes it as an effort to reduce gap between application developers and users. By using flatpak, application developers can know exactly what users are getting despite of differences in base operating system.


In addition to cross platform support, flatpak can also provides forward compatibility. Applications maintainers can use latest set of libraries and pack it with application and don't have to bother about outdated system libraries.

In last few months, most of the popular operating systems have implemented support for flatpak packaging and it can be directly installed using regular installation methods. A detailed tutorial on installation and usage of flatpak is available in official website.

A number of applications are already available as Flatpaks which includes LibreOffice, GIMP, InkScape, MyPain, Darktable and also a large number stock GNOME applications. Flatpak website has a list of all these applications and their installation guide lines.

An official announcement on public availability of flatpak can be read on flatpak website.
Flatpak is the brainchild of Alexander Larsson, Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat. Larsson has been working in the Linux desktop space for 18 years. He was the principal author of GVfs (GNOME's Virtual Filesystem) and has done critical work on Docker, the SPICE protocol, the Gecko rendering engine, GLib and GTK+. He has considerable experience in the area of application bundling.
Flatpak builds on several cutting edge technologies. Under the hood, it makes significant use of OSTree, which can be described as “Git for large binaries”. This provides much of the functionality for hosting software repositories. It also makes Flatpak extremely efficient: applications and libraries that are installed with Flatpak are de-duplicated, saving disk space; “static deltas” reduce the size of downloads for software updates.

OpenSUSE Leap 42.2 Alpha 2 released

The OpenSUSE community has announced availability of OpenSUSE 42.2 Alpha 2, second development release of upcoming stable OpenSUSE Leap release. This development release of OpenSUSE has got a lot of changes after prevous development release, alpha 1.

OpenSUSE Leap distributions are result of a new kind of build process adopted by OpenSUSE project. The Leap hybrid GNU/Linux distribution developed by this brand new build process will help OpenSUSE to be innovative as well as enterprise oriented operating system.

After Alpha 1 release, OpenSUSE has adopted a lot components of SLE 12 SP2, latest stable release of SUSE Enterprise Linux. Some other highlights of this release includes GNOME 3.20, samba 4.4, systemd 228, glibc 2.22, Mesa 11.2, cmake 3.5 ..etc.



The KDE Plasma desktop used in Alpha 1 release has not changed much. So, it won't make much sense to explore OpenSUSE Leap 42.2 Alpha 2 KDE edition right now. How ever, GNOME edition has got several changes and is using updated GNOME 3.20. So, it will more interesting to test this release.

Next development release of OpenSUSE 42.2 is scheduled 20th of July and development team encourages to report as much bugs as possible, so that, developers can fix it before next development release.

An official release announcement of OpenSUSE 42.2 Alpha 2 can be read as follows:
Since Alpha1 lots of components from SLE 12SP2 could be integrated, among them an updated YaST, a full GNOME 3.20 update, samba 4.4, systemd 228, glibc 2.22. Mesa 11.2, cmake 3.5 etc.  KDE wasn't updated yet so testing Alpha2 probably makes more sense on GNOME right now. Bugzilla is awaiting your reports¹.  Some of those updates like cmake and glibc cause other packages to fail building. So the amount of broken packages in 42.2 has increased quite a bit, according to the dashboard² we have 181 unresolvable or failed packages right now. Help to analyze and fix the issues is appreciated there. 

Fedora 24 released with GNOME 3.20

Continuing the process of redefining concept of operating system, Fedora project has announced release of Fedora 24, latest stable release of world's popular open source operating system backed by Red Hat Inc. Fedora 24 comes with several new features and improvements which can be deployed in different production environments including desktop computers, servers, cloud platforms ..etc.

In addition to regular Fedora releases for workstations, servers and cloud platforms, Fedora 24 also includes Fedora spins - community projects featuring desktop environments and serving different purposes - and also ARM edition.

Fedora 24 workstation is coming with GNOME 3.20 latest stable release of widely used desktop environment. GNOME 3.20 has got several refinements to improve user experience. Also it provides easier access to hardware resources like input devices and printers. Other features of GNOME 3.20 includes improved search interface, new shortcut help window and other user friendly music controls.

Source : Fedora Magazine

The GNOME Software included in Fedora 24 provides support for Flatpack, a new self contained package management system that work without much dependence on underlying system. Also, GNOME Software has ability for system upgrade. That means, Fedora users can upgrade their system without making their hands dirty by playing with command line interface.

Fedora 24 is continuing it's journey to provide complete support for Wayland window manager and it has got many improvements in this release. However, Fedora 24 is using X window manager by default, but it is expected that if things are going like this, Fedora 25 can replace X window manager with Wayland.

More information on Fedora 24 release can be read in blog post published in Fedora Magazine.

Solus 1.2 released with revamped Software Center

The Solus Project has announced release of Solus 1.2, latest stable point release in Solus 1.x Shannon series. Solus 1.2 comes with a lot of optimizations and improvements including a redesigned software center. Solus is an independently evolved GNU/Linux distribution featuring a unique desktop environment named budgie and eopkg package manager.

Solus 1.2 is a successor of version 1.0 and 1.1 released earlier this year. It has got a lot of improvements and bug fixes over past few months. These changes and optimizations will help Solus to move towards it's goal of providing a modern and user friendly desktop operating system optimized to exploit target hardware.

Software Center in Solus 1.2 : (Source : Solus blog)

Improved Budgie Desktop

One of the notable highlight of Solus 1.2 is changes and improvements made on Budgie desktop, which is the flag ship desktop environment of Solus developed by Solus project owner himself. Budgie desktop is made exclusively for Solus, however, it is also available for other major GNU/Linux distributions. Following are some of the changes made in Budgie desktop after previous stable release.
  • Fix stretching of GTK Switches in CSS themes.
  • Fixed some untranslatable strings.
  • Icon and GTK themes are now properly detected using our new ThemeScanner.
  • Notifications will no longer expand Raven.
  • Resolved drawing issues for Calendar, Sound, and MPRIS applets.
  • Some users experienced instances where battery / power indicators would not accurately reflect the amount of batteries on their system, typically due to changes between critical state and charging. These issues should now be resolved.
  • We now ensure multiple applications abide by the user’s icon theme, such as Atom, Gnome Builder, Gnome Photos, Gnome TODO, Telegram, and more.
  • While not specifically affecting Solus, Budgie has received multiple GTK 3.20 fixes.
  • You can now click the desktop while Raven is open and have Raven be dismissed.

Software Optimizations

Solus is mainly targeting personal computers, especially computers with x86 architectures. Keeping this fact in mind, Solus 1.2 has made a lot software optimizations to ensure effective utilization of targeted hardware. This provides a lot performance improvements, not only for regular computer usage, but also for extensive resource consuming operations like hard core gaming. A lot of these optimizations are adopted from Clear OS project by Intel.

Improved Gaming Experience.

In addition to hardware specific optimizations, Solus is using optimized version of multilib packages and non-optimized Steam libraries and run time dependencies are replaced with optimized run time libraries developed by Solus team.

Also, Solus 1.2 includes a Linux Steam Integration tool which will enable to switch between optimized libraries and prepacked libraries, and also between 32 and 64 bit architectures. This will provide support for maximum number of games in Steam store.

Revamped Software Center.

One of the major highlight of Solus 1.2 is revamped Software Center. It is developed by completely rewriting previous one to avoid unnecessary delays, lagging and other issues. Solus 1.2 Software Center has more number of packages now and also it provides user friendly options for software management.

A complete list of features and changes in Solus 1.2 is available in release announcement published in Solus blog.

Download Solus 1.2

Peppermint OS 7 will launch on 30th June

The Peppermint OS team has informed that, Peppermint 7, upcoming stable release of Ubuntu LTS based, cloud oriented operating system will launch on 30th June of 2016. This announcement was made in official Google+ page of Peppermint OS. Google+ post also warns that official website of operating system will in maintenance mode for a few days prior to release of Peppermint 7.

Peppermint OS is an Ubuntu LTS based, lightweight GNU/Linux distribution that comes with Chromium web browser. It also includes built-in support for several web based applications including dropbox, twitter, gmail, google drive, Zoho docs. This makes Peppermint OS different from other desktop oriented GNU/Linux distributions and and make users enable to use web applications right from their desktop.

The official announcement regarding release date also hints possibility to delay release of Peppermint OS 7 in case of any serious issues or bugs. However, the team says,no major issues were reported during private beta testing, a testing process conducted by some stake holders of distribution. So, most possibly Peppermint 7 will be coming on 30th of June itself.

A screenshot of Peppermint OS 6

Google+ post shared by Peppermint team can be read as:
Hi Peppermint Nation .. Team Peppermint would like to announce a preliminary launch date of the 30th of June for Peppermint 7.

Please be aware that this is currently only a 'pencilled in' date, if any new bugs come to light, etc. the release may be pushed back until they are fixed. That said, the private beta test hasn't brought up any show stoppers so far, so fingers crossed.

Also please be aware the main Peppermint website:
https://peppermintos.com
may be placed into 'maintenance mode' for a short period just prior to this date whilst we make the necessary adjustments for the release.

Thanks for your support so far, and here's hoping you like what you're about to see :)

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FreeBSD 11.0 Alpha 4 is available now
06/18/2016 10:35 PM

Marking the beginning of another FreeBSD branch, FreeBSD team has announced availability of FreeBSD 11.0 Alpha 4 for testing. This is first officially announced development release in upcoming FreeBSD 11.0 series. FreeBSD is a Unix like operating system that can work on different platforms ranging from small embedded systems to big servers and cloud computing platforms. Being a development

Linux Lite 3.0 is a powerful distribution : Review
06/17/2016 10:41 PM

Linux Lite is an Ubuntu LTS GNU/Linux distribution that offers out of the box experience without compromising simplicity and usefulness. It is using lightweight Xfce desktop so that it can run without consuming too much of system resources. At the same time, it is designed in such a manner that, this lightweight desktop does not come in the cost of functionality. It is able to provide full

Salix Xfce 14.2 beta1 is available now
06/16/2016 10:51 PM

The Salix project has announced availability of Salix Xfce 14.2 for testing. Salix is a Slackware based, stable GNU/Linux distribution that offers simplicity, speed and use of ease. Salix Xfce 14.2 beta release is coming a while after release of alpha version. During this time, Salix developers were working on a lot of interesting things including language specific installation option, Xfce

Multiple GNU/Linux distributions collaborates on snap development
06/15/2016 10:24 PM

Today (14th June 2016), developers representing different GNU/Linux distributions and companies announced their plan to collaborate on 'snap', a new universal packaging format for GNU/Linux distributions which will enable a single binary package to work on any GNU/Linux platform, say, desktop, server, cloud or any other embedded system without compromising security and user experience. Snap can

Black Lab Linux 8.0 Onyx Alpha 4 released for testing
06/14/2016 10:53 PM

The Black Lab Linux team has announced release of Black Lab Linux 8.0 Alpha 4 for testing. Black Lab 8.0 Alpha 4 which is known by the code name Onyx is 4th development release of upcoming stable Black Lab Linux 8.0. The final release of Black Lab Linux 8.0 is scheduled on december 2016 and this release introduces some significant change in strategy followed by Black Lab Linux so far. Instead

elementary OS 0.4 Loki beta released
06/14/2016 08:51 PM

Bringing an end to the uncertainties, elementary project has announced availability of elementary OS 0.4 beta, first development release of upcoming stable elementary OS 0.4 with code name Loki. Elementary OS is an Ubuntu based GNU/Linux distribution that comes with a unique desktop environment called Pantheon which is built over GNOME 3.x. Pantheon desktop provides smooth user experience, and

jQuery 3.0 Final released; Slimmer and faster
06/13/2016 11:48 PM

The jQuery Foundation has announced availability of jQuery 3.0 Final, latest stable release of popular javascript framework that will boost ability of programmers to develop dynamic web applications. jQuery 3.0 is a result of almost two years of development effort. The new release of jQuery has removed some extra complicated backward compatibility like support for internet explorer 6-8 and is

Manjaro 16.06.1 released with AMD/ATI hardware support
06/13/2016 11:28 PM

Just a few days after release of Manjaro 16.06, Manjaro team has shipped a maintenance release with version number 16.06.1. This release will overcome some problems of previous release in handling AMD/ATI hardware. Within a short span of one week, Manjaro team was able to make following changes. we took another look at AMDGPU-MHWD-Config and removed unsupported cards we added additional

Manjaro GNOME 16.06 released with GNOME 3.20
06/13/2016 08:57 PM

Followed by release of Manjaro 16.06 and other three community editions, Manjaro community has announced release of Manjaro GNOME 16.06, latest update of Manjaro community edition featuring GNOME as default desktop environment. This updated ISO of Manjaro GNOME edition is coming several months after previous release. Manjaro GNOME 16.06 is coming with several updated packages including GNOME


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