When are new versions of major Linux distributions coming out? What is their release roadmap? When are betas due? With this post we’ll give you a constantly updated visual overview of the release cycles of all the major Linux distributions and their development progress.
Just out: openSUSE Leap 15.3
A brand new way of building openSUSE and a new type of a hybrid Linux distribution
Released: elementary OS 6 beta!
Released: Fedora 34 featuring the brand new Gnome 40 desktop!
Fedora Workstation 34 is the latest version of our leading-edge operating system and this time there are major improvements heading your way.
Recently released: Ubuntu 21.04 and its official flavors. Some unofficial Remix flavors are out as well.
22 April 2021: Today, Canonical released Ubuntu 21.04 with native Microsoft Active Directory integration, Wayland graphics by default, and a Flutter application development SDK.
Recently released: MX-Linux 19.4
Recently released: deepin 20.2
We expect Zorin OS to be close to finalizing their version 16 release. The Beta is out!
Say hello to Zorin OS 16, our most advanced release ever. Test the Beta today
Debian is edging closer to their next major release: Version 11, code named “bullseye”. They just recently released version 10.9. Hard on the heels is MX-Linux that is based on Debian. Developers at elementary OS have just released the beta of their upcoming version 6 so the final version can’t be too far out either.
Road Map Overview:
Due to their nature, rolling release distributions are absent from the roadmap. Would you like to see us follow other distributions as well? Let us know which ones to follow. We plan to add more but wish to limit the list to the major ones.
Keep checking this post for updates!