247: Manjaro 23.1, COSMIC Desktop, Fedora Asahi, Zorin 17, AlmaLinux, & more Linux news

On this episode of TWIL (247), we’ve got new distro releases to stuff your Christmas stockings with from Manjaro, Zorin 17 and AlmaLinux. Fedora has announced the release of their new Asahi remix with Fedora Asahi. Then we’ll take a look at the latest news for System76’s COSMIC Desktop. Plus Debian might be doing something very rare for the project. All of this and more on this episode of This Week in Linux, Your Source for Linux GNews!

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00:00 TWIL 247 Intro
01:04 Manjaro Linux 23.1.0 “Vulcan” Released – [ link ]
02:50 COSMIC Desktop & Pop!_OS – [ link ]
06:08 Fedora Asahi Remix 39 – [ link 1, link 2 ]
08:07 Zorin OS 17 Released – [ link ]
11:46 LINBIT – [ link ]
13:10 Debian Likely Moving Away From i386 – [ link ]
15:30 AlmaLinux Expands ELevate with EPEL Integration – [ link ]
16:48 Firefox 121 Released – [ link ]
19:37 Alpine Linux 3.19 Released – [ link ]
21:29 Qubes OS 4.2.0 Released – [ link ]
23:00 Valve Rewards Naughty Dota 2 Players with Lumps of Coal – [ link ]
26:09 Outro

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  1. Thanks @MichaelTunnell! A lot of exciting news here. Cosmic, coded in Rust, I’m very interested in. Also Asahi Linux. Recently I had to use a Mac for work and found a lot of my usual open source tools seemed a lot less reliable on that platform under macOS, not sure why. Quality of Apple hardware tends to be quite admired, though I’d much rather use Linux on one if I had to!

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