Late Night Linux – Episode 280


Ubuntu 24.04 is out and we have mixed feelings about it. Plus bad news for RISC-V, a new Linux distro might control safety systems in cars, a classic media player is back from the dead, and more. With guest host Jim from 2.5 Admins.



Fedora Linux 40 Available For Download As A Wonderful Upgrade

Canonical releases Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Noble Numbat

Xubuntu 24.04: A minimal install that really means it

Linux is now an option for safety-minded software-defined vehicle developers

RISC-V support in Android just got a big setback

US government reportedly ponders crimping China’s use of RISC-V

Amarok 3.0 “Castaway” released!

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