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mercredi 24 mai 2017, 00:56
The kernel has, over the years, gained comprehensive support for containers; that, in turn, has helped to drive the rapid growth of a number of containerization systems. Interestingly, though, the kernel itself has no concept of what a container is; it just provides a number ...
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mardi 23 mai 2017, 20:31
The Document Foundation looks at the progress made in improving the quality and reliability of LibreOffice's source code by using Google's OSS-Fuzz. 'Developers have used the continuous and automated fuzzing process, which often catches issues just hours after they appear in ...
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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (lynis), CentOS (kdelibs, libtirpc, rpcbind, and samba), Debian (miniupnpc), Fedora (chromium, chromium-native_client, and kernel), Oracle (kdelibs and samba), Red Hat (libtirpc and rpcbind), and Scientific Linux (kdelibs,...
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Richard Hughes describes his work to address the MouseJack vulnerability in Logitech (and other) receivers. This vulnerability allows an attacker to pair new devices with the receiver with no user interaction or awareness, and, thus, take over the machine. 'This makes...
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lundi 22 mai 2017, 20:11
GNU Guix and GuixSD 0.13.0 have been released. GNU Guix is a transactional package manager for the GNU system and the Guix System Distribution, GuixSD, is an advanced distribution of the GNU system. A couple of highlights in this version: Guix can now be used on aarch64...
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FreeBSD has released its status report for the first quarter of 2017. As usual there are reports from the FreeBSD Core Team, the FreeBSD Foundation, the FreeBSD Ports Collection, and the FreeBSD Release Engineering Team, followed by more information about ongoing projects,...
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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (fop), Debian (dropbear, icu, and openjdk-7), Fedora (chicken, cinnamon-settings-daemon, jbig2dec, libtirpc, sane-backends, and smb4k), Mageia (flash-player-plugin, vlc, and webmin), Oracle (libtirpc and rpcbind), Red Hat...
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The Debian-based Parsix distribution has announced that it will be shutting down six months after the Debian 'Stretch' release. 'Parsix GNU/Linux 8.15 (Nev) will be fully supported during this time and users should be able to upgrade their installations to Debian Stretch...
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The 4.12-rc2 kernel prepatch is out. 'I'm back on the usual Sunday schedule, and everything else looks fairly normal too. This rc2 is maybe a bit bigger than usual, but the whole merge window was bigger than most, so maybe it's just that. And it's not like it's huge'.
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samedi 20 mai 2017, 16:59
The 4.11.2, 4.10.17, 4.9.29, 4.4.69, and 3.18.54 stable kernel updates have all been released with the usual set of important fixes. Note that this is the final update for the 4.10 kernel.
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Back in 2014, the revelation that the kernel's memory-management subsystem would not allow relatively small allocation requests to fail created a bit of a stir. The discussion has settled down since then, but the 'too small to fail' rule still clearly creates a certain...
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The CoreOS Blog introduces the first beta release, v0.0.1, of zetcd. 'Distributed systems commonly rely on a distributed consensus to coordinate work. Usually the systems providing distributed consensus guarantee information is delivered in order and never suffer split-brain ...
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vendredi 19 mai 2017, 17:14
Security updates have been issued by Debian (deluge, jbig2dec, mysql-connector-java, and nss), Fedora (jasper), Mageia (mhonarc and radicale), openSUSE (smb4k), SUSE (kdelibs4 and rpcbind), and Ubuntu (jasper and openjdk-7).
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jeudi 18 mai 2017, 21:52
Among the many features merged for the 4.11 kernel was the 'shared memory communications over RDMA' (SMC-R) protocol from IBM. SMC-R is a high-speed data-center communications protocol that is claimed to be much more efficient than basic TCP sockets. As it turns out, though, ...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (shadow), Fedora (rpcbind), Gentoo (gst-plugins-bad and tomcat), Red Hat (ansible and openshift-ansible, openstack-heat, and Red Hat OpenStack Platform director), and Ubuntu (bash, FreeType, linux-aws, linux-gke, linux-raspi2,...
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The LWN.net Weekly Edition for May 18, 2017 is available.
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mercredi 17 mai 2017, 23:00
The Android Developers blog looks at the latest Android O Developer Preview, which is now in public beta. The developer preview also contains an early version of a project called Android Go which is built specifically for Android devices that have 1GB or less of memory.
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On April 29, Al Viro posted a patch on the linux-api mailing list adding a new flag to be used in conjunction with the...at() family of system calls. The flag is for containing pathname resolution to the same filesystem and subtree as the given starting point. This is a...
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In November 2016, a new networking feature, IPv6 segment routing (also known as 'IPv6 SR' or 'SRv6'), was merged into net-next and subsequently included in Linux 4.10. In this article, we explain this new feature, describe key elements of its implementation, and present a...
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A virulent ransomware worm attacked a wide swath of Windows machines worldwide in mid-May. The malware, known as Wcry, Wanna, or WannaCry, infected a number of systems at high-profile organizations as well as striking at critical pieces of the infrastructure—like...
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