Linux Weekly Roundup: Kali Linux 2024.2, VLC 3.0.21, KDE 6.3, Linux Lite 7.0, and More!

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

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  • Kali Linux 2024.2 has been released, featuring GNOME 46, new community-contributed packages, a t64 transition for 32-bit compatibility, and numerous tool updates (release note).
  • VLC 3.0.21 is now available, featuring an AMD VQ Enhancer filter, NVIDIA TrueHDR, improved Opus and subtitle support, bug fixes, security patches, and updated components (read more).
  • KDE Frameworks 6.3 improves icon colors, fixes file search hangs, enhances SVG re-coloring, and supports Qt 6.7 (release note).
  • LibreOffice 24.2.4 Community, now available for Windows, MacOS, and Linux, includes over 70 bug fixes and offers advanced features and Microsoft Office compatibility (release note).
  • NixOS 24.05 β€œUakari” is now available, featuring 17,777 new and 16,249 updated packages, GNOME 46, Plasma 6.0, and Linux Kernel 6.6 (release note).

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