openSUSE’s rolling distribution Tumbleweed, which was originally created by Linux kernel developer Greg Kroah-Hartman, had six snapshots two weeks ago and four last week. This week we will look at another six snapshots.
The most recent snapshot, 20160831, updated seven packages. VirtualBox updated to version 5.1.4 and Pango, a library for laying out and rendering of text, which an emphasis on internationalization updated to version 1.40.2. LibreOffice had several subpackages updated in version 220.127.116.11.
Users waiting for new KDE software were probably ecstatic to see KDE update all three of its projects at once in snapshot 20160830. Plasma 5.7.4, Applications 16.08.0 and Frameworks 5.25.0 all came in this enormous 20160830 snapshot that will have people scrolling down the list for a while to see what was updated. YaST was the other version updated in this snapshot.
Release 20160825 updated the Linux Kernel to 4.7.2. Mozilla had its first minor release for Firefox 48 and PHP updated to version 5.6.25. GNOME shell had an update to version 3.20.4 and YaST continues to fix bugs for openSUSE Leap and SUSE Linux Enterprise.
Snapshot 20160828 had few updates, but one that was upstreamly fast in Tumbleweed. Kernel-firmware 20160824 made it into Tumbleweed four days after upstream released the firmware. GNOME Map users had an update to version 3.20.3 and disk encryption package cryptsetup updated from 1.7.0 to 1.7.2.