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Linux Mint 20 'Ulyana': Fixed releases released

Linux Mint 20 'Ulyana': Solid versions have been released

A few weeks earlier, Clem Lefebvre announced it beta version of the new Linux Mint 20 'Ulyana'. Today, according to the status on the operating system's website, Lefebvre has approved the fixed version of Linux Mint 20 for release.

At present, however, there is no official information on the news operating system. Even in official webpage operating system, no information on changes to Linux Mint 20. However, stable versions of Cinnamon, MATE and Xfce are already available for download.

It is important to know, however, that some of the mirrors have not yet been updated, so the latest version is not available everywhere. But if you're in a hurry to download Linux Mint 20, you can choose one of the mirrors from Ireland or the Netherlands. After going to the mirror, you will need to select the version of the operating system you want to download. After selecting the version, the download will start automatically.

Logically, the operating development team will announce the changes soon. Until then, however, you can find some details here.

One of the already well-known details is that Linux Mint 20 'Ulyana' is based on Ubuntu 20.04LTS. In addition, the new operating system contains it kernel 5.4, thanks to which the system has better performance.

In addition to the changes in appearance, the Linux Mint 20 also contains a new one application, which is called Warpinator. Using this application, users can share files on the local network.

Another important change is the removal of snap support. Back in early May, Clem announced that the development team had decided to remove snaps and snapd from Linux Mint 20. For the same reason, the new operating system contains script which prohibits the installation of packages. However, users can block this script, and reactivate it support.


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