Slimbook Launches New “Apollo” Linux PC, First Beta for Service Pack 5 of SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Is Out, NVIDIA Binary Drivers for Ubuntu Growing Stale, DragonFly BSD v 5.6 Released and Qt v. 5.12.4 Now Available

News briefs for June 18, 2019.

Slimbook, the Spanish Linux computer company, just unveiled a brand-new
all-in-one Linux PC called the “Apollo”.
It has a 23.6 inch IPS LED display with a 1920×1080 resolution, and a choice between an
Intel i5-8500 and i7-8700 processors. It comes with up to 32GB of RAM and integrated Intel
UHD 630 4K graphics. Pricing starts at $799.

The first beta
for service pack 5 of SUSE Linux Enterprise 12
is out and
contains updated drivers, a new version of the OpenJDK, support for Intel Optane
memory and more.

binary drivers for Ubuntu have grown a bit stale
, which is pushing
developers to update the drivers for Ubuntu 19.10.

DragonFly BSD version 5.6 is
officially released
with improvements in the
management of virtual memory, updates and bug fixes to both the DRM code and
especially to the HAMMER2 filesystem
and much more.

version 5.12.4 is available
with support for OpenSSL version 1.1.1
and about 250 bug

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