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vendredi 3 mai 2019, 14:08
Version 9.1 of the GCC compiler suite is out. 'In this release C++17 support is no longer marked experimental. The C++ front-end implements the full C++17 language (already previous GCC major version implemented that) and the C++ standard library support is almost complete....
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jeudi 2 mai 2019, 22:00
The userfaultfd() system call allows one process to handle page faults for another — in user space. Its original use case was to support transparent container migration, but other uses have developed over the years. At the 2019 Linux Storage, Filesystem, and...
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Since its inception, the DAX mechanism (which provides for direct access to files stored on persistent memory) has been seen as somewhat experimental and incomplete. At the 2019 Linux Storage, Filesystem, and Memory-Management Summit, Dan Williams ran a session where he said ...
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Stable kernels 5.0.11, 4.19.38, 4.14.115, and 4.9.172 have been released. They all contain important fixes and users should upgrade.
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (proftpd-dfsg and signing-party), Fedora (php-horde-horde and php-horde-turba), and Ubuntu (php5).
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Version 1.0.0 of the GNU Guix package manager has been released. 'This 1.0 release is a major milestone for Guix. It represents 7 years of hard work with more than 40,000 commits by 260 people, 19 releases, and an equally amazing amount of work on documentation, translation, ...
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The LWN.net Weekly Edition for May 2, 2019 is available.
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mercredi 1 mai 2019, 21:30
James Bottomley began his talk at the 2019 Linux Storage, Filesystem, and Memory-Management Summit (LSFMM) by noting that the main opposition to his ideas was not present at the summit, which was likely to mean the ideas got a much easier reception than they would have...
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The Android system is designed to provide a responsive user experience on systems that, in a relative sense at least, have limited amounts of CPU and memory. Doing so requires a number of techniques, including regular use of a low-memory process killer, that are not seen...
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"People think that memory encryption sounds really cool; it will make my system more secure so I want it". At least, that is how Dave Hansen characterized the situation at the beginning of a session on the topic during the memory-management track at the 2019 Linux Storage,...
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The splice() system call is, at its core, a write operation; it attempts to implement zero-copy I/O by moving pages from a pipe to a file. At the 2019 Linux Storage, Filesystem, and Memory-Management Summit, Miklos Szeredi described a nascent idea for rsplice() — a...
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Security updates have been issued by Fedora (libmediainfo, php-horde-horde, and php-horde-turba), SUSE (hostinfo, supportutils, libjpeg-turbo, and openssl), and Ubuntu (dovecot, libpng1.6, and memcached).
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The 2019 version of the Linux Storage, Filesystem, and Memory-Management Summit opened with a plenary talk by Brendan Gregg on observing the state of Linux systems using BPF. It is, he said, an exciting time; the BPF-based "superpowers" being added to the kernel are growing...
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mardi 30 avril 2019, 17:29
Fedora Magazine has announced the release of Fedora 30. 'Fedora Editions are targeted outputs geared toward specific “showcase” uses. Since we first started using this concept in the Fedora 21 release, the needs of the community have continued to evolve. As part of...
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Security updates have been issued by CentOS (kernel, openwsman, and ovmf), Debian (gst-plugins-base1.0 and libvirt), Fedora (libX11, poppler, python-urllib3, samba, and wpewebkit), openSUSE (GraphicsMagick), SUSE (atftp, glibc, libssh2_org, and wpa_supplicant), and Ubuntu...
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Determining the license that any given package uses can be difficult, but it is essential in order to properly comply with that license and, thus, the developer's wishes. There is an enormous amount of 'open source' software available these days that is not clearly licensed, ...
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lundi 29 avril 2019, 22:34
The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) and GitHub have announced [ASF, GitHub] that all ASF projects using Git have moved to GitHub and the ASF Git service has been decommissioned. (Thanks to Paul Wise) Update: ASF has another announcement with more details. An older Git...
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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (chromium, libpng, and openssh), Debian (checkstyle, evolution, gst-plugins-base0.10, gst-plugins-base1.0, imagemagick, libpng1.6, monit, and systemd), Fedora (aria2, php-symfony, php-symfony3, php-symfony4, and python-jinja2), ...
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Linus has released the 5.1-rc7 kernel prepatch for testing. 'But it's all pretty tiny. Plus about 30% of the patches are marked for stable, so on the whole it really does feel like 5.1 is on target for a regular release next weekend.'
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samedi 27 avril 2019, 16:31
The 5.0.10, 4.19.37, 4.14.114, 4.9.171, 4.4.179, and 3.18.139 stable kernel updates have all been released; each contains a moderately large set of important fixes.
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