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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: October 25th, 2020

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The fourth installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here, for the week ending October 25th to keep you guys up to date with the most important things that have happened lately in the Linux world.

This week we had a major Ubuntu release, a new desktop computer from System76, and a bunch of new app and distro releases. But first I want to take the time to thank everyone for following us on social media and for their likes, retweets, and comments. You guys rock!

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  • Linux Weekly Roundup #101

    Hello and welcome to this week's Linux Roundup.

    We had a full week of Linux releases, with the release of Ubuntu 20.10 (and all its flavors), Manjaro 20.2 pre2, Bluestar Linux 5.9.1, and Pop!_OS 20.10.

    This is it for this week. Have a great week and please stay safe!

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