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In this post, we’re covering all the latest news from Linux this month, including a deep dive into GNOME 41, the Fedora Linux 35 Beta release, extended support for Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04, Google Android “Upstream First” kernel approach, OpenSSH 8.8, Red Hat Summit: Connect, and Netflix adding gaming to its subscription service. Improvements include a new software app and support for the creation of encrypted zip archives with Nautilus file compression. It also includes a new connections app that now displays tiled connections that makes it easy to switch between different remote sessions.

These versions were already end of life, in 2019 and 2021 respectively, but they’re both still heavily in production in many enterprise-level businesses.

This new “upstream first” approach is wonderful for Android and customers alike because it ensures that new features and new bug fixes are included in the newly released devices

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