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[$] The 5.6 merge window opens

As of this writing, 4,726 non-merge changesets have been pulled into the mainline repository for the 5.6 development cycle. That is a relatively slow start by contemporary kernel standards, but it still is enough to bring a number of new featu… Continue Reading — [$]...

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Lars Kurth RIP

Ian Jackson posted a note to the xen-announce mailing list with the sad news that Xen community manager and project advisory board member Lars Kurth has died. “I’m very sad to inform you that Lars Kurth passed away earlier this week. Many of us… Continue...

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Dino is a New XMPP Client for Linux Desktops

It sometimes feel like everyone in the world use WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger to converse but plenty of other, more ‘open’ chat protocols exist — like XMPP. And it’s this service that Dino, a new […] This post, Dino is a New XMPP Client for Linux...

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A new stable kernel crop

Five new stable kernels have been released: 5.4.16, 4.19.100, 4.14.169, 4.9.212, and 4.4.212. As usual, each contains important fixes throughout the kernel tree. Users should upgrade. Continue Reading — A new stable kernel crop

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RCE in OpenSMTPD library impacts BSD and Linux distros>

Security researchers have discovered a vulnerability inside a core email-related library used by many BSD and Linux distributions. The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2020-7247, impacts OpenSMTPD, an open-source implementation of the server-side SMTP protocol. Continue Reading — RCE in OpenSMTPD library impacts BSD and Linux distros>

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