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In Linux news this month, Cara Nolte takes a deep dive into the new GNOME Linux 41 desktop environment, with all the info on the best new features. Red Hat Summit 2021 has announced its third wave of events, with both in-person and online options available. In other news, Fedora Linux 35 Beta was released for public testing, Ubuntu extended support for 14.04 and 16.04 announced, OpenSSH 8.8 released, new Google Android kernel news & big Linux gaming news with Night School Studio being acquired by Netflix!
0:38 GNOME Linux 41
2:07 Red Hat Connect 2021
4:29 Fedora Linux 35 Beta
5:03 Ubuntu Support
5:30 OpenSSH 8.8
5:58 Google Android kernel news
6:53 Linux gaming & Netflix
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GNOME 41 Desktop Environment has been released
Red Hat Summit Connect Events are Now Scheduled
Fedora Linux 35 Beta has been Released for Public Testing
Support Extended for Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04 LTS
OpenSSH 8.8 has been released
Google Android is Moving to an “Upstream First” Approach for New Kernel Features
Linux Gaming: Night School Studio joins Netflix
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