253: Fedora goes Atomic, COSMIC is Coming, Linux Kernel Security, Mozilla Refocusing & more Linux news

On this episode of TWIL (253), Fedora has announced a new branch of their distro for immutable operating systems, called Fedora Atomic Desktops. System76 says we are getting close to an Alpha version of the COSMIC desktop. Then we’re going to talk about Linux kernel security. Mozilla is refocusing on the Firefox browser while also doing some weird stuff too. Plus we have some potentially good news regarding AI and Patents. All of this and more on this episode of This Week in Linux, Your Source for Linux GNews!

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00:00 Intro
00:48 Fedora Atomic Desktops – [link]
03:41 Mozilla’s New CEO, Refocusing on Firefox & more – [new ceo, layoffs]
09:51 Getting Close to COSMIC Alpha – [link, Destination Linux 270]
11:40 Sponsored by LINBIT – [link]
13:04 CVEs & CNAs for Linux Kernel – [link]
15:49 ONLYOFFICE 8 Released – [link]
17:13 LibreOffice 24.2 Released – [link]
19:21 Ubuntu Touch to change their Release Model – [link]
21:29 LineageOS 21 Released – [link]
22:56 “SandBox Mode” Proposed For The Linux Kernel – [link]
24:11 USPTO says AI models can’t hold patents – [link]
26:33 Outro

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