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vendredi 28 juin 2019, 15:16
Security updates have been issued by Debian (expat and mupdf), Fedora (drupal7-uuid, php-brumann-polyfill-unserialize, and php-typo3-phar-stream-wrapper2), openSUSE (thunderbird), Oracle (thunderbird and vim), SUSE (glibc), and Ubuntu (poppler).
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jeudi 27 juin 2019, 16:56
The bpf() system call allows user space to load a BPF program into the kernel for execution, manipulate BPF maps, and carry out a number of other BPF-related functions. BPF programs are verified and sandboxed, but they are still running in a privileged context and, depending ...
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Greg Kroah-Hartman has released the 4.14.131, 4.9.184, and 4.4.184 stable kernels. Each contains a single patch that fixes a problem in the TCP SACK panic fixes that was commonly seen by the Steam gaming community.
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Security updates have been issued by Fedora (drupal7-uuid, php-brumann-polyfill-unserialize, and php-typo3-phar-stream-wrapper2), openSUSE (ansible, compat-openssl098, exempi, glib2, gstreamer-0_10-plugins-base, gstreamer-plugins-base, libmediainfo, libssh2_org, SDL2,...
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The LWN.net Weekly Edition for June 27, 2019 is available.
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mercredi 26 juin 2019, 21:59
Over the past couple of months, things have been moving fairly swiftly toward the establishment of a separate entity to govern the openSUSE project. The idea is mainly meant to set up an organization that can receive and disburse funds on behalf of the project, rather than...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (python3.4), Oracle (firefox), Red Hat (firefox and kernel-alt), SUSE (ImageMagick and SUSE Manager Server 3.2), and Ubuntu (bzip2).
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mardi 25 juin 2019, 22:49
More bugs in free software are being found these days, which is good for many reasons, but there are some possible downsides to that as well. In addition, projects like OSS-Fuzz are finding lots of bugs in an automated fashion—many of which may be security relevant. The...
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GitLab 12.0 has been released. 'GitLab gives users the ability to automatically create review apps for each merge request. This allows anyone to see how the design or UX has been changed. In GitLab 12.0, we are expanding the ability to discuss those changes by bringing the...
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Stable kernels 5.1.15, 4.19.56, and 4.14.130 have been released. The all contain important fixes and users should upgrade.
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Security updates have been issued by CentOS (python), Debian (bzip2, libvirt, python2.7, python3.4, rdesktop, and thunderbird), Fedora (thunderbird and tomcat), openSUSE (aubio, docker, enigmail, GraphicsMagick, and python-Jinja2), SUSE (kernel, libvirt, postgresql96, and...
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Konstantin Ryabitsev has announced a new public blogging platform for kernel developers. 'Ever since the demise of Google+, many developers have expressed a desire to have a service that would provide a way to create and manage content in a format that would be more rich and ...
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Here's a statement from the Apache Software Foundation regarding changes in its leadership: 'It is with a mix of sadness and appreciation that the ASF Board accepted the resignations of Board Member Jim Jagielski, Chairman Phil Steitz, and Executive Vice President Ross...
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lundi 24 juin 2019, 22:41
Technologies like UEFI secure boot are intended to guarantee that a locked-down system is running the software intended by its owner (for a definition of 'owner' as 'whoever holds the signing key recognized by the firmware'). That guarantee is hard to uphold, though, if a...
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Canonical has let it be known that minds have been changed about removing all 32-bit x86 support from the Ubuntu distribution. 'Thanks to the huge amount of feedback this weekend from gamers, Ubuntu Studio, and the WINE community, we will change our plan and build selected...
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PostmarketOS is an Alpine Linux based operating system for mobile devices. The postmarketOS blog takes a look at the project after two years of development. 'Wouldn't it be great if you could take any obsolete smartphone from the past ten years and replace its outdated and...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (jackson-databind, libvirt, pdns, and vim), Fedora (evince, firefox, gjs, libxslt, mozjs60, and poppler), openSUSE (dbus-1, firefox, ImageMagick, netpbm, openssh, and thunderbird), Oracle (libssh2, libvirt, and python), Scientific...
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dimanche 23 juin 2019, 15:10
The 5.2-rc6 kernel prepatch has been released. Linus worries that the volume of changes has increased — but not too much. 'With all that out of the way, I'm still reasonably optimistic that we're on track for a calm final part of the release, and I don't think there is...
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samedi 22 juin 2019, 17:12
The 5.1.13, 4.19.54, 4.14.129, 4.9.183, and 4.4.183 stable kernels have all been released with another set of important fixes. A few milliseconds later, 5.1.14 and 4.19.55 came out with one more networking fix.
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The FreeBSD operating system is continuing to make progress, 26 years after it got its name. Among the areas where work is being done is on improved support for RISC-V, FUSE filesystem updates, C runtime changes, and security improvements. FreeBSD Day is celebrated on...
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