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Linux Kernel 4.14 is here with less zero day vulnerabilities and improved performance. Not to forget that this LTS release will be supported for six long years.
Arch Linux joins the growing list of Linux distributions that terminated support for 32-bit systems.
One of the best lightweight Linux distributions, antiX has just released its latest version, antiX-17 code-named “Heather Heyer”. Check out the features.
The KDE version of Linux Mint 18.3 that will be released soon will be the last to feature a KDE Plasma Edition. Which means Linux Mint 19 and above will not have KDE edition.