Linux Weekly Roundup: Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS, Armbian 24.2, antiX 23.1, FreeBSD13.3, and More!

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Here are the hottest news stories and top articles of the week!

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  • Canonical released Ubuntu 22.04.4 LTS, the fourth point release of the Jammy Jellyfish series, featuring updated core components, including Linux kernel 6.5 and the Mesa 23.2 graphics stack. Official flavors are also updated (read more).
  • Armbian announces release 24.2, β€œKereru,” with DNS fixes, HDMI optimizations, new hardware support (Xiaomi Mi10, Orangepi Zero3, ASUS Tinker-Edge-R), kernel updates, and bug fixes (read more).
  • antiX-23.1 (Arditi del Popolo) is a Debian bookworm-based bug-fix release, offering various systemd-free and elogind-free flavors with different window managers and applications, including LibreOffice and multimedia tools. New features include in-house scripts and applications, such as antiX TV and antiX Radio (read more).
  • The FreeBSD 13.3-BETA3 release cycle is out, with various installation images available. Notable changes include kernel fixes, TLS certificate updates, and a Sendmail update (read more).

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