Category: Linux

Red Hat kills KDE

Red Hat is hiring more LLVM engineers

In addition to continuing to invest heavily in GCC and the GNU toolchain, Red Hat is also increasing the recruitment of LLVM engineers. Prior to this, Red Hat has hired a well-known long-term LLVM...

Microsoft Edge Beta Linux

Microsoft Edge Beta for Linux is available

When Microsoft released the Microsoft Edge based on Chromium browser last year, it revealed that it would support Windows, Linux, Android, iOS, and macOS systems at the same time, but there was no Linux...

Linux Mint 19.1

Linux Mint 18.x reached the end of life

Clem Lefebvre, the head of the Linux Mint project, announced that the Linux Mint 18 series (18, 18.1, 18.2, and 18.3) has been officially reached EOL and will not receive any updates and technical...

Docker Desktop Preview Apple M1

Linux 5.13 adds initial support for Apple M1

The Linux 5.13 kernel adds preliminary support for Apple M1 SoC and Apple devices in 2020 (Mac Mini, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air). On the first day of the Linux 5.13 merger window, the six...

Fedora 35 LLVM Clang

Fedora 35 may use LLVM Clang to build more software

Now Fedora Linux mainly uses GCC as the default system compiler, unless there is a special situation that upstream projects only support LLVM/Clang. However, developers who package software on Fedora can decide for themselves...

Ubuntu 21.04

Ubuntu 21.04 releases: Wayland has been used by default

Recently, Canonical officially released Ubuntu 21.04, which includes native Microsoft Active Directory integration, SDK for Flutter application development, and the default enabling Wayland to replace the 36-year-old X Window System. Although Ubuntu 21.04 is...