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lundi 20 septembre 2021, 15:17
The 5.15-rc2 kernel prepatch is out for testing. So I've spent a fair amount of this week trying to sort out all the odd warnings, and I want to particularly thank Guenter Roeck for his work on tracking where the build failures due to -Werror come from. Is it done? No....
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samedi 18 septembre 2021, 17:39
The relatively large 5.14.6, 5.13.19, and 5.10.67 stable kernel updates have been released; each contains another set of important fixes. Note that this is the final update for the 5.13.x series.
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vendredi 17 septembre 2021, 18:12
Here's a post from Christian Schaller describing a number of the desktop-oriented improvements that can be expected in the Fedora 35 release. And I know some people will wonder why we spent so much time working with NVidia around their binary driver, but the reality is...
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Ariadne Conill looks at the difficulties caused by the OpenSSL 3 transition in the context of Alpine Linux. For distributions, however, the story is different: cryptography moved to using Rust, because they wanted to leverage all of the static analysis capabilities built...
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The first day of the online Kangrejos conference was focused on introducing the effort to bring the Rust programming language into the Linux kernel. On the second day, conference organizer Miguel Ojeda shifted to presenting the Rust language itself with an emphasis on what...
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Security updates have been issued by CentOS (firefox and thunderbird), Fedora (haproxy, wordpress, and xen), openSUSE (apache2-mod_auth_openidc, fail2ban, ghostscript, haserl, libcroco, nextcloud, and wireshark), Oracle (kernel and kernel-container), Slackware (httpd), SUSE...
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jeudi 16 septembre 2021, 19:49
Four new stable kernels, 5.14.5, 5.13.18, 5.10.66, and 5.4.147, have been released. This, and the other stable kernels released today, consist of only some reverts to solve some reported problems with the last round of stable releases. Upgrading is not required, but highly...
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This ars technica article describes a problem with the Travis continuous-integration service: A security flaw in Travis CI potentially exposed the secrets of thousands of open source projects that rely on the hosted continuous integration service. Travis CI is a...
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The first ever Rust for Linux conference, known as Kangrejos, got underway on September 13. Organizer Miguel Ojeda used the opening session to give an overview of why there is interest in using Rust in the kernel, where the challenges are, and what the current status is. The...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (sssd), Fedora (libtpms and vim), openSUSE (kernel and php7-pear), Oracle (kernel), Slackware (curl), and Ubuntu (libgcrypt20 and squashfs-tools).
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The LWN.net Weekly Edition for September 16, 2021 is available.
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Back in January 2020, we looked at some oddities in Python's handling of Not a Number (NaN) values in its statistics module. The conversation went quiet after that, but it has been revived recently with an eye toward fixing the problems that were reported. As detailed in...
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mercredi 15 septembre 2021, 17:45
Stable kernels 5.14.4, 5.13.17, 5.10.65, and 5.4.146 have been released. There are important fixes throughout the tree and users should upgrade.
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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (chromium, element-desktop, element-web, firefox, ghostscript, and hedgedoc), Fedora (kernel and openssl), openSUSE (ghostscript, htmldoc, and openssl-1_0_0), Oracle (libtirpc), Red Hat (cyrus-imapd, kernel, and kernel-rt),...
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The Roundup Issue Tracker is a flexible tool for managing issues via the web or email. However, Roundup is useful for more than web-based bug tracking or help-desk ticketing; it can be used as a simple wiki or to manage tasks with the Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology....
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mardi 14 septembre 2021, 16:58
Security updates have been issued by openSUSE (libaom and nextcloud), Oracle (cyrus-imapd, firefox, and thunderbird), Red Hat (kernel and kpatch-patch), Scientific Linux (firefox and thunderbird), and Ubuntu (apport).
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lundi 13 septembre 2021, 19:50
This release on PostgreSQL.org describes an ongoing disagreement over the PostgreSQL trademark: In 2020, the PostgreSQL Core Team was made aware that an organization had filed applications to register the 'PostgreSQL' and 'PostgreSQL Community' trademarks in the European...
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Linus Torvalds released 5.15-rc1 and closed the merge window for this release on September 12; at that point, 10,471 non-merge changesets had found their way into the mainline repository. Those changesets contain a lot of significant changes and improvements. Read on for a...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (qemu and thunderbird), Fedora (chromium, firefox, and mosquitto), openSUSE (apache2-mod_auth_openidc, gifsicle, openssl-1_1, php7-pear, and wireshark), Oracle (oswatcher), Red Hat (cyrus-imapd, firefox, and thunderbird), SUSE...
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Version 11.1 of the GDB debugger is out. There are a number of new features, and somebody will surely be disappointed to see that support for debugging Arm Symbian programs has been removed.
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