Firefox 44.0.2 Arrives for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X
Mozilla launched a second update for the Firefox 44.0 branch, but this is a smaller release with just a couple of smaller fixes, albeit the security issue is quite important.
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS to Be Fully in Sync with Debian, Without Ubuntu Specific Patches
Immediately after the release of the systemd 229 init system on February 11, Canonical's Martin Pitt announced earlier that he uploaded the new systemd version to the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and Debian Testing repositories.
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