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  • Ten more videos from the LibreOffice Conference 2021 - The Document Foundation Blog

    Here are some more videos from the LibreOffice Conference 2021! Check out the playlist, using the button in the top-right – or scroll down for links to individual videos:

  • Pi for the People | LINUX Unplugged 428

    We try out POP!_OS on the Raspberry Pi 4, and chat with its creator Jeremy Soller from System76.

    Plus our thoughts on the perfect Linux laptop right now, and the clever initiative Valve just launched for the Deck.

    Special Guests: Jack Aboutboul, Jeremy Soller, and Neal Gompa.

  • 20 Things You MUST DO After Installing Zorin OS 16 (Right Now!) - Invidious

    In this video, I’ll be taking you through 20 things that’ll make your computer Perform Better (Preload), your Internet Speed Faster (custom DNS) and so many more improvements.

  • CentOS 8 End of Life - Are you Ready? My thoughts & Suggestions - Invidious

    CentOS 8 will reach its end of life very soon - after December 31st, there will be no more updates for the popular distribution. If you're using CentOS 8 in your data center, it's time to make a decision. In this video, I'll go over my thoughts about the subject, as well as some possible options for how to proceed.

  • mintCast 372 – Ryzen Sun

    1:44 The News
    18:21 Security Update
    21:43 Bi-Weekly Wanderings
    56:20 Announcements & Outro

    First up in the news Pinephone Pro, KDE’s 5.23 on their 25th, Ubuntu Frame, Windows 11 Ryzen slowdowns, and Nvidia updates

    In security Retpolines patches for performance and Azure Linux boot failures

    Then in our Wandering, Joe has some Pi, Norbert edits video, Tony Updates a BIOS, and Nishant upgrades Fedora

  • The Diablo is in the Details | Coder Radio 436

    Why mastering your development environment can be a tricky feat, and a server outage brought to you by the late 1990s.

More in Tux Machines

Security Leftovers

  • Malware Log Analysis: Don't Let the HTTP Code Fool You - ISPProtect

    An essential component of the analysis and cleanup of websites infected with malware is viewing and evaluating the log files. However, even here there are things to consider that might seem odd at first glance.

  • Security updates for Thursday [LWN.net]

    Security updates have been issued by CentOS (polkit), Debian (uriparser), Fedora (cryptsetup, flatpak, flatpak-builder, and polkit), Gentoo (polkit), Mageia (virtualbox), Red Hat (httpd24-httpd, httpd:2.4, and parfait:0.5), SUSE (clamav, log4j, python-numpy, and strongswan), and Ubuntu (vim).

  • FBI Releases PIN on Iranian Cyber Group Emennet Pasargad

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has released a Private Industry Notification (PIN) that provides a historical overview of Iran-based cyber company Emennet Pasargad’s tactics, techniques, and procedures to enable readers to identify and defend against the group’s malicious cyber activities.

  • [Slackware] Security updates for glibc and chromium

    Two reminders about security related package updates in my repositories.

  • Enterprise Linux Security Episode 16 - Library Poisoning - Invidious

    We've discussed supply-chain attacks in the past, and now it's time to see an actual example that happened recently. However, this particular incident is especially unique as the libraries in question were allegedly poisoned by the actual developer. In this episode, Joao and Jay discuss the recent sabotage regarding two very popular NPM libraries.

SUSE/OpenSUSE: Conference and More

  • IDG study “Cloud Native 2022”: Where do European companies stand in their digital transformation? [Ed: IDG as corporate propaganda platform, hardly even hiding it anymore]

    The modernisation of IT infrastructure is picking up speed, but most companies still see a lot of room for improvement in their digital transformation. This is the conclusion of a recent study conducted by IDG Research Services in collaboration with SUSE. Even if in some cases the extent of implementation differs significantly, the companies surveyed from Germany, France and the UK agree on one point: the time to deploy cloud-native technologies is now.

  • openSUSE Conference Design Contest Begins - openSUSE News

    openSUSE begins an image design contest for the openSUSE Conference 2022 today. The design will be used for the conference poster and t-shirt. Submitted images must meet certain requirements listed below and on the contest wiki page. Designers are encouraged to use open-source graphic editing software like Inkscape, Gimp or Krita. Submitted designs should be licensed under CC-BY-SA 4.0 and allow everyone to use it without attribution. Designs submitted must be original and should not include any third party materials conflicting with CC-BY-SA 4.0.

  • The Evolution of Linux: a success story from Fujitsu and SUSE | SUSE Communities [Ed: Revisionism that omits GNU]

    Technological innovations are often considered to be ideas and solutions that take off immediately. But the evolution of Linux tells a different story: From humble beginnings in the 1990s, Linux has grown slowly and steadily to become a leading operating system in the business world, and now a business-critical operating system to run SAP. During this time, Fujitsu and SUSE have continued to innovate together, helping businesses everywhere to realize the benefits of Linux by running their SAP applications on it. I caught up with Jürgen Ellwanger and Martin Werner at the Global Fujitsu SAP Competence Centre to find out more about how Fujitsu and SUSE supported the evolution of Linux through a partnership of collaboration and innovation.

Today in Techrights

Intel: Intel Alder Support in Linux

  • Alder Lake system features DDR5, six GbE ports, and 20Gbps USB 3.2 Gen2X2

    Neousys unveiled two embedded PCs based on Intel’s 12th Gen S-series with up to 64GB DDR5-4800: The “Nuvo-9000” has up to 6x GbE with optional PoE+, 5x USB 3.2 Gen2 (including a 2×2 port), M.2 with PCIe Gen4, and up to 2x PCIe x16. There is also a smaller, fanless “Nuvo-9531.” Neousys has announced two of the first embedded computers based on Intel’s 7nm 12th Gen Alder Lake processors. Both the PCIe x16 equipped Nuvo-9000 and more compact Nuvo-9531 use the high-end Alder Lake S-series processors.

  • Intel Alder Lake N Support Introduced For Mesa 22.0 - Phoronix

    In addition to this week seeing Raptor Lake S support added for Mesa 22.0, the Alder Lake N additions have also been merged for this quarter's Mesa update. Given the insignificant changes from the driver perspective for the existing Alder Lake (S) support, the Alder Lake N support is namely just adding new PCI IDs and identifying them as Alder Lake family while having "Display13" for the display capabilities.

  • Intel releases patch for Alder Lake's Thread Director Linux support to increase performance and energy efficiency

    With the release of Intel's 12th Gen Core Alder Lake series of CPUs, it was discovered that performance for the new CPUs was more efficient in Microsoft Windows 11 than in the Linux operating system. This is due to Linux not having adequate support for Intel's Thread Director technology that allows for the operating system to access high-performing Golden Cove cores and the energy-efficient Gracemont cores properly. Intel's Thread Director is created from the Enhanced Hardware Feedback Interface or HFI.