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TuxMachines: Security: Voting Safety, Intel, Windows and Linux

Monday 29th of January 2018 06:32:56 PM

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TuxMachines: Games: Overload, Don't Sink, Voxel Tycoon, Overloop and More

Monday 29th of January 2018 06:25:56 PM

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LinuxToday: Linux 4.15 Released With Improved Meltdown, Spectre Patches

Monday 29th of January 2018 06:00:00 PM

eWEEK: CPU security issues led to the longest Linux kernel development cycle since 2011, as the first new Linux kernel of 2018 debuts.

TuxMachines: Q4OS 3 "Centaurus" Linux OS Development Kicks Off Based on Debian 10 "Buster"

Monday 29th of January 2018 05:56:01 PM

Dubbed Centaurus, the Q4OS 3.1 series of the open-source distro is based on the upcoming Debian GNU/Linux 10 "Buster" operating system, which currently lives in the Debian Testing repositories, and uses the development branch of the Trinity Desktop Environment (TDE), version 14.0.5.

"Q4OS Centaurus will be in development until Debian Buster becomes stable, and will be supported at least five years from the official release date," reads today's announcement. "Anybody is invited to try out the brand new version and report bugs and glitches."

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TuxMachines: openSUSE Education Project Is Going Bye-Bye After Release of openSUSE Leap 15.0

Monday 29th of January 2018 05:54:31 PM

A public announcement was made last week by OpenSuSE Project's Lars Vogdt to inform the community about the future of the openSUSE Education project, which tried to support schools in the past several years using the latest openSUSE Leap and SUSE Linux Enterprise technologies.

The latest release of the openSUSE-Edu Li-f-e (Linux for Education) operating system was based on openSUSE Leap 42.1, and the team appears to still spend a lot of time maintaining more than 460 packages in the openSUSE Education project, but did not manage to find new contributors to maintain its repositories or create a new release.

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Reddit: Error, Need Help.

Monday 29th of January 2018 05:04:03 PM

Reddit: Collabora & Linux Kernel 4.15

Monday 29th of January 2018 05:02:18 PM

Phoronix: NVIDIA 390.25 Linux Driver Released With GTX 1060 5GB & Quadro P620 Support

Monday 29th of January 2018 05:00:00 PM
After rolling out the 390.12 beta Linux driver in early January as the first public driver in the 390 series, NVIDIA is ending January by the first 390 stable release: 390.25...

Reddit: VPN server for RHEL suggestions?

Monday 29th of January 2018 04:43:58 PM

I'm going to spin up a VPN server on RHEL. I'm looking for suggestions. I have done some preliminary investigations and I'm thinking about going with openVPN. Any info you guys have would be greatly appreciated. The server will be connection to a Cisco Meraki firewall. Thank you!!

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Phoronix: RADV Reworking Pipeline Emitting To Improve CPU Usage

Monday 29th of January 2018 04:36:26 PM
While using Vulkan lowers the CPU utilization compared to OpenGL, in our testing of NVIDIA versus the open-source Radeon drivers we generally have found the red team's drivers to consume more CPU resources. Thus it's good to hear that RADV co-conspirator Bas Nieuwenhuizen is working on reworking how this Radeon Vulkan driver handles pipeline emitting...

LXer: New Linux kernel adds support for AMD Secure Encrypted Virtualization

Monday 29th of January 2018 04:22:13 PM
Among the new features that have landed in Linux 4.15 are a set of capabilities to support expanded security capabilities in Intel and AMD CPUs. On AMD, Linux now supports the AMD Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV).

LinuxToday: SolydXK - A New Distro for Your Collection

Monday 29th of January 2018 04:00:00 PM

osradar: SolydXK’s history goes back to another popular Linux distro – Linux Mint.

Phoronix: OPNsense 18.1 BSD Firewall/Network OS Released

Monday 29th of January 2018 03:55:11 PM
After hitting the RC phase a few weeks ago, OPNsense 18.1 has been officially released as the latest version of this pfSense-forked network/router-oriented BSD operating system...

Phoronix: GNU Linux-libre 4.15-gnu Deblobs Two New Drivers, Drops More Upstram References

Monday 29th of January 2018 03:25:05 PM
Once again being punctual with their releases, the GNU Linux-libre volunteers managed to release the GNU Linux-libre 4.15-gnu kernel a short time after Linus Torvalds on Sunday released the official Linux 4.15 kernel...

Reddit: Shotcut: Video editing semplice su GNU/Linux

Monday 29th of January 2018 03:11:44 PM

LXer: Install Zabbix Monitoring Server and Agent on Debian 9

Monday 29th of January 2018 03:07:53 PM
Monitoring tools are used to continuously keep track of the status of the system and send out alerts and notifications if anything goes wrong. Zabbix is a free, open source and the ultimate enterprise-level monitoring tool designed for real-time monitoring of millions of metrics collected from tens of thousands of servers, virtual machines and network devices.

Phoronix: Spectre / Meltdown Code Gets Cleaned Up, Improvements For Linux 4.16

Monday 29th of January 2018 03:01:47 PM
After the page table isolation (K)PTI support was added late in the Linux 4.15 kernel cycle in light of the Meltdown CPU vulnerability, improvements to this code are on the way with Linux 4.16...

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Security: Vista10 and uTorrent Holes Found by Google

  • Google drops new Edge zero-day as Microsoft misses 90-day deadline

    Google originally shared details of the flaw with Microsoft on 17 November 2017, but Microsoft wasn’t able to come up with a patch within Google’s non-negotiable “you have 90 days to do this” period.

  • Google Goes Public with Another Major Windows 10 Bug
    After revealing an Edge browser vulnerability that Microsoft failed to fix, Google is now back with another disclosure, this time aimed at Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709), but potentially affecting other Windows versions as well. James Forshaw, a security researcher that’s part of Google’s Project Zero program, says the elevation of privilege vulnerability can be exploited because of the way the operating system handles calls to Advanced Local Procedure Call (ALPC). This means a standard user could obtain administrator privileges on a Windows 10 computer, which in the case of an attack, could eventually lead to full control over the impacted system. But as Neowin noted, this is the second bug discovered in the same function, and both of them, labeled as 1427 and 1428, were reported to Microsoft on November 10, 2017. Microsoft said it fixed them with the release of the February 2018 Patch Tuesday updates, yet as it turns out, only issue 1427 was addressed.
  • uTorrent bugs let websites control your computer and steal your downloads

    The vulnerabilities, according to Project Zero, make it possible for any website a user visits to control key functions in both the uTorrent desktop app for Windows and in uTorrent Web, an alternative to desktop BitTorrent apps that uses a web interface and is controlled by a browser. The biggest threat is posed by malicious sites that could exploit the flaw to download malicious code into the Windows startup folder, where it will be automatically run the next time the computer boots up. Any site a user visits can also access downloaded files and browse download histories.

  • BitTorrent Client uTorrent Suffers Security Vulnerability (Updated)

    BitTorrent client uTorrent is suffering from an as yet undisclosed vulnerability. The security flaw was discovered by Google security researcher Tavis Ormandy, who previously said he would reveal a series of "remote code execution flaws" in torrent clients. BitTorrent Inc. has rolled out a 'patch' in the latest Beta release and hopes to fix the stable uTorrent client later this week.

Red Hat introduces updated decision management platform

Troubleshoot a network? No problem. Write a 3,000 word article on Kubernetes cloud container management? When do you want it. Talk to a few hundred people about Linux's history? Been there, done that. Manage a business's delivery routing and shift scheduling? I'll break out in a cold sweat. If you too find the nuts and bolts of business processing management a nightmare, you'll want to check out Red Hat's latest program: Red Hat Decision Manager 7. Read more

KDE Says Its Next Plasma Desktop Release Will Start a Full Second Faster

According to the developer, the upcoming KDE Plasma 5.13 desktop environment release will start a full second faster than previous versions because of the removal of the QmlObjectIncubationController component, which apparently slowed down the entire desktop, and promises to let users pin apps on the panel that contain spaces in their desktop file names. Goodies are also coming to the upcoming KDE Applications 18.04 software suite this spring, which makes creating of new files with the Dolphin file manager instantaneous, improves drag-and-drop support from Spectacle to Chromium, and lets users configure the Gwenview image viewer to no longer display the image action buttons on thumbnails when they hover with the mouse cursor over them. Read more

Intel Coffee Lake OpenGL Performance On Windows 10 vs. Linux

For those curious about the state of Intel's open-source Mesa OpenGL driver relative to the company's closed-source Windows OpenGL driver, here are some fresh benchmark results when making use of an Intel Core i7 8700K "Coffee Lake" processor with UHD Graphics 630 and testing from Windows 10 Pro x64 against Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS, Ubuntu with the Linux 4.16 Git kernel and Mesa 18.1-dev, and then Intel's own Clear Linux distribution. Read more