Debian 11.6 is now available, and while a minor release, it's a mandatory step toward OS's stability. So, it's time to upgrade.
openSUSE Leap 15.3 will reach the Еnd-of-Life on December 31. So if you're still using it, it's time to upgrade to Leap 15.4.
This year's latest update to KaOS, 2022.12, gives users kernel 6.0.12, the latest Plasma 5.26, and adds new tools to the distro arsenal.
CERN and Fermilab will make AlmaLinux the standard distribution for experiments at their facilities based on feedback from stakeholders.
Deepin 20.8 is available for download powered by Linux kernel 5.15 LTS, bringing a new set of desktop features and improvements.
Kali 2022.4 includes upgraded versions of the GNOME and Plasma desktop environments, but more importantly, it is now available to Azure users.
SparkyLinux 2022.12 updated its LXQt, MATE, Xfce, and KDE rolling editions, featuring kernel 6.0.10 and an updated package base.
One of the most software-rich Linux distributions, NixOS, has released v22.11 with a strong focus on security and updated software versions.
Rocky Linux 9.1 features updated developer tools and Keylime, an open-source, scalable trust system based on TPM Technology.
Oracle Linux 8.7 includes numerous updates for software developers and security and system tool improvements.