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The next version of Linux Mint is set to include a number of modernisations over earlier versions. First up, Linux Mint 22 will ship with Pipewire as its default sound server. Most major Linux distros now use Pipewire. The tech modernises and standardises multimedia processing, is more resource efficient, improves integration between apps and hardware, and supports software made for audio sound systems like PulseAudio and ALSA. Another significant change involves Linux kernel updates. Linux Mint Goes All-In on HWE The Linux Mint 21.x series is based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and uses the “GA” kernel (the one Ubuntu 22.04 […]

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