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Is the MNT Reform the Most Open Source Laptop, Ever?!

MNT Reform is an open source Linux laptop free of binary blobs and running entirely on open source software. It’s developed by Berlin-based MNT Research. This post, Is the MNT Reform the Most Open Source Laptop, Ever?!, was written by Joey Sneddon and … Continue...

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Kernel prepatch 5.5-rc7

The 5.5-rc7 kernel prepatch is out. Linus is still unsure whether the final 5.5 release will come out next week or not: “if it looks like there’s pent-up fixes pending next week, I’ll make another rc”. Continue Reading — Kernel prepatch 5.5-rc7

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Xubuntu 20.04 Will Include Optional Dark Theme

Users of Xubuntu will be able to join the dark side in 20.04, as the Ubuntu flavour has introduced a new dark theme. The latest Xubuntu 20.04 daily builds already include the new ‘Greybird-dark’ variant, […] This post, Xubuntu 20.04 Will Include Optional Dark Theme, was...

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Debian: DSA-4605-1: openjdk-11 security update>

Several vulnerabilities have been discovered in the OpenJDK Java runtime, resulting in denial of service, incorrect implementation of Kerberos GSSAPI and TGS requests or incorrect TLS handshakes. Continue Reading — Debian: DSA-4605-1: openjdk-11 security update>

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Debian: DSA-4604-1: cacti security update>

Multiple issues have been found in cacti, a server monitoring system, potentially resulting in SQL code execution or information disclosure by authenticated users. Continue Reading — Debian: DSA-4604-1: cacti security update>

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Debian LTS: DLA-2070-1: ruby-excon security update>

In RubyGem excon before 0.71.0, there was a race condition around persistent connections, where a connection which is interrupted (such as by a timeout) would leave data on the socket. Subsequent requests Continue Reading — Debian LTS: DLA-2070-1: ruby-excon security update>

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