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Those of you who follow the desktop Linux news will know that upstream MATE Desktop recently released version 1.22.
Let’s rip that band-aid off and get this over quickly.
Now that all these fixes exist in the 18.10 release, we will start the process of SRU’ing (backporting) them to 18.04 so that they will feature in the Ubuntu MATE 18.04.2 release due in February 2019.
The fixes should start landing in Ubuntu MATE 18.04 very soon, well before the February deadline.
The inclusion of RDA offers the option to suspend your remote connection; supports folder sharing in Caja; MIME type bindings for SSHFS shares and allows session suspension via the MATE screensaver.
Alongside the generic image for 64-bit Intel PCs, we’re also releasing bespoke images for the GPD Pocket and GPD Pocket 2.
RDA makes MATE Desktop more aware of its execution context so that it behaves differently when run inside a remote desktop session compared to when running on local hardware.
Different remote technology solutions support different features and they can now be queried from within MATE components.
Our MATE Desktop 1.20 packages ship with patches to support Remote Desktop Awareness (RDA).
The Ubuntu MATE 19.04 release is just days away, so we have also prepared Ubuntu MATE 19.04 Beta images for both devices.
Also availble for download now and you can simply collect updates to get from the beta to final release on April 18th 2019.
High-level features of these images are: Ubuntu MATE 19.04 is a modest upgrade over previous releases.
If you want bug fixes and improved hardware support then 19.04 is for you.