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This time, we have GNOME showing off multiple parts of their ongoing redesign process, Manjaro cinnamon moving to Vivaldi as its default browser, and Vavle trying to lower expectations about the Steam Deck’s game compatibility situation
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01:22 Linux News
05:36 Hardware News
07:17 Applications News
08:45 Gaming News
09:11 Privacy News
GNOME 41 is almost upon us, and the software app is getting a nice redesign, especially on the Applications pages.
Manjaro Cinnamon edition decided to replace the Firefox browser with Vivaldi, as their default choice.
Linus Torvalds has agreed to add the NTFS driver inside of the next release of the linux kernel, version 5.15.
A new malware seems to be targeting Linux hosts: the ChaChi remote access trojan virus is written in Golang, and tied to a specific ransomware gang.
GNOME team member Alexander Mikhaylenko detailed the changes coming to Adwaita, especially regarding the appearance of buttons.
Tuxedo Computers is the latest KDE Patron, joining the likes of The Qt Company, SUSE, Google, Blue Systems, Canonical, Enioka, Slimbook or Pine64.
The framework laptop has started shipping in batches, and it seems that it’s a popular device to run Linux on!
Valve spoke a little bit more about the Steam Deck, to clarify the situation on supporting the whole Steam library. As expected, they’re deflating expectations a bit, saying that they do intend the Steam Deck to be able to run all steam games hardware wise, but that Proton might not bring 100% game compatibility.
The Heroic Games Launcher got a new release, that’s considered essential for its users.
Firefox 92 was released. It’s a pretty minor update, with more ways to upgrade the connection to HTTPS, and support for full range color levels for video playback. It also brings the rest of the browser in line with their “Proton” redesign, notably the bookmarks toolbar and the overflow menu.
Wine 6.17 was released.
Firefox is trying to expand their revenue sources, and this includes their VPN, which was audited and found pretty vulnerable by an independent company called Cure53.
Proton Mail, which bases a lot of their marketing on privacy, got under fire for complying with Swiss law, and logging the IP address of an environmental activist.