192: Fedora 36, Ubuntu 22.04, Deepin, Rolling Rhino Remix, Parrot OS and more Linux news!

On this episode of This Week in Linux: Fedora Linux 36 Beta, Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Beta, Rolling Rhino Remix (Ubuntu Derivative), Google Chrome 100, Lutris 0.5.10, Parrot OS 5.0, openSUSE’s New D-Installer, GParted 1.4, Deepin 20.5, Linux Support for Wacom Pens & Tablets, Drawing 1.0 and KNotch of KDE Plasma. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

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  1. Thanks @MichaelTunnell - entertaining and informative as ever! My favourite news of the week is about the Betas of both Fedora and Ubuntu in expectation of new versions of these well-relied-upon distros. Also Wayland seems promising as standard soon now that NVidia’s onboard too!

  2. Avatar for Max Max says:

    Excellent episode as always! :blush:

  3. I’m thinking of taking the Rolling Rhino Challenge and seeing how long I can run Rolling Rhino as a daily driver until something breaks.

    1.4 Week Later edit: So I set up a Kubuntu-based Rolling Rhino system and have been using it as a daily driver for a pregnant week. It has been uneventful and I used it being essentially still a Jammy beta as a cheat for time to get everything set up. Luckily, Jammy development hasn’t fully stopped yet (that could be today as far as I can tell.), and if following Debian Sid has taught me anything, I’m still in the calm before the storm before 22.10 development kicks in to high gear and new packages start pouring in. I’ll probably have to wait a week or so before being sent on a trip to breakage town.

    25 Days Later Edit: Things have been boring as heck. Nothing is broken. The install has just flipped over to Kinetic Kudu. I’m thinking any breakage shall start rearing it’s head soon.

    What is this like 5-6 weeks later I don’t know I’m not good at keeping track of time Edit: I’m sitting here kinetically doing my routine stuff without hiccups. Is desktop Linux a boring landscape where things just work now? Time will tell.

  4. Sounds cool and then report back.

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