UbuntuDDE Remix 20.04.1 Release Note

UbuntuDDE Remix 20.04.1 Released

Hi folks !

We, the UbuntuDDE Remix Team is back with another release 20.04.1 (aka. point release). UbuntuDDE Remix 20.04 will have support with known bugfixes from Ubuntu upstream and UbuntuDDE Team until April 2023. UbuntuDDE Remix tends to follow the Ubuntu release cycle and schedule and this release is the outcome of it. The team have been working hard to resolve known issues and have been providing regular updates through our PPA and will do in future too.

Current release ie 20.04.1 is an ISO build of the latest updates and bug-fixes from Ubuntu upstream and UbuntuDDE Remix. If you are running UbuntuDDE Remix 20.04 and have upgraded your system recently, then you should be already at 20.04.1. But if you haven’t installed it, then you can get the latest build from the following download link.

After the release of 20.04, the following changes have been made through the updates over the air :

New packages in the repository:

  • Deepin Screen Recorder (deepin-screen-recorder)
  • Deepin Top Bar (deepin-topbar)

Bug fixes and Patches :

  • Time Format issue (24 hour – 12 hour).
  • Installation of the distribution when UEFI Secure Boot is enabled.
  • Wifi disabled when the machine wakes up from sleep.
  • DDE (Deepin Desktop Environment) specific updates and patches.

Addition to the latest updates on bug-fixes and new packages that we have already shipped through over the air (PPA), this build contains the fix for the UEFI Secure Boot issue, which means, it should be able to install without disabling Secure Boot in most of the machines. Also, you can find the changes in 20.04 and 20.04.1 in the Ubuntu upstream from the Release Note here.

System Requirements
RAM: At least 2 GB (Recommended 4GB+)
Drive Space: At least 30 GB
CPU: 2 GHz Processor or better

We need your support so that we can maintain the project, you can head to our Donate page to help us financially. To know more about UbuntuDDE Focal Fossa, please visit the Features page.

Regards,
Arun Kumar Pariyar,
Lead Developer, UbuntuDDE

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