Debian Security   [more] [xml]
 2015-11-26 DSA-3407 dpkg - security update

Hanno Boeck discovered a stack-based buffer overflow in the dpkg-deb component of dpkg, the Debian package management system. This flaw could potentially lead to arbitrary code execution if a user or an automated system were tricked into processing a specially crafted Debian binary package (.deb) in the old style Debian binary package format.

 2015-11-25 DSA-3406 nspr - security update

It was discovered that incorrect memory allocation in the NetScape Portable Runtime library might result in denial of service or the execution of arbitrary code.

 2015-11-25 DSA-3405 smokeping - security update

Tero Marttila discovered that the Debian packaging for smokeping installed it in such a way that the CGI implementation of Apache httpd (mod_cgi) passed additional arguments to the smokeping_cgi program, potentially leading to arbitrary code execution in response to crafted HTTP requests.

Debian Wiki   [more] [xml]
 2015-11-30T19:20:58Z InstallingDebianOn/Lenovo/Yoga 3-1170 (jessie)
 2015-11-30T16:00:49Z PaulWise/InterestingSoftware
add more urls
 2015-11-30T15:46:56Z fr/ALSA
typo & translation fixes   [more] [xml]
 Mon, 30 Nov 2015 19:00:00 -0800 Is NTP Server Working On a Linux or Unix Server?

Nixcraft: practical tips on NTP

 Mon, 30 Nov 2015 15:00:00 -0800 Google Kubernetes Is an Open-Source Software Hit

Wall St. Journal: Kubernetes has been adopted by a widening range of companies including financial services firms and tire manufacturers.

 Mon, 30 Nov 2015 14:00:00 -0800 Backup (System Restore Point) your Ubuntu/Linux Mint with SystemBack

Noobslab: Systemback makes it easy to create backups of system and users configuration files.

 Mon, 30 Nov 2015 13:00:00 -0800 Simplify Command-Line Package Management with APT instead of apt-get

HowToGeek: For over a decade, practically all tutorials and guides for installing and removing packages on a Debian/Ubuntu based system have been suggesting apt-get to users.

 Mon, 30 Nov 2015 12:00:00 -0800 How To Work with Docker Data Volumes on Ubuntu 14.04

Working with Docker requires understanding quite a few Docker-specific concepts, and most of the documentation focuses on explaining how to use Docker's toolset without much explanation of why you'd want to use any of those tools.

 Mon, 30 Nov 2015 11:00:00 -0800 How to Fix a Windows Infection Using Linux

PC World: Malware is a frequent occurrence in the Windows world, in particular, and it can be devastating.

 Mon, 30 Nov 2015 10:00:00 -0800 GIMP 2.9.2 Released

GIMP 2.9.2 is another major milestone towards making GIMP a state-of-the art image editing application for graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, and scientists.

 Mon, 30 Nov 2015 09:00:00 -0800 How to start Android app development for complete beginners in 5 steps

AndroidAuthority: Learning to code is difficult enough on its own but with Android development it can be more complicated

 Mon, 30 Nov 2015 08:00:00 -0800 C.H.I.P. vs Pi Zero: Which Sub-$10 Computer Is Better?

Make: Now that there are two capable, sub-$10 computers for Makers — the $5 Pi Zero and the $9 C.H.I.P. — the debate will rage online over which board is faster, cheaper, and the right one to use in a project.

OSNews   [more] [xml]
 Tue, 01 Dec 2015 00:37:34 GMT Google ends 32-bit Linux support for Chrome
To provide the best experience for the most-used Linux versions, we will end support for Google Chrome on 32-bit Linux, Ubuntu Precise (12.04), and Debian 7 (wheezy) in early March, 2016. Chrome will continue to function on these platforms but will no longer receive updates and security fixes. We intend to continue supporting the 32-bit build configurations on Linux to support building Chromium. If you are using Precise, we'd recommend that you to upgrade to Trusty. The first signs of the end of 32bit are on the wall - starting with Linux. I wonder how long Google will continue to support 32bit Chrome on Windows. For some strange reason, Microsoft is still selling 32bit Windows 10.
 Tue, 01 Dec 2015 00:33:47 GMT A two-miles-per-hour world
The following series of maps depicts the speed at which news traveled to Venice, fron 1500 to 1765. The isochronic lines represent one week, and give a broad indication of the time required for letters to reach their destination. All three maps describe the speed of letters traveling toward Venice. Today, thanks to telephony and internet, this is all instantaneous. Kind of amazing how we went from weeks and weeks for news to get around, to mere seconds, in a matter of just several centuries. The moment I press 'publish' on this news item, it's there in your browser, hitting the RSS feeds, going on Twitter.
 Mon, 30 Nov 2015 22:34:12 GMT We don't need a thinner iPhone
If a report from the Japanese blog Macotakara is to be believed, Apple is planning on getting rid of the headphone jack in the next iPhone. As it attempts to once again shrink its flagship device, Apple is reportedly planning on shipping EarPods that connect through the Lighting port with the next iPhone in order to remove the thicker 3.5mm headphone jack. This is a bad idea. Indeed it is. If Apple were to really remove the 3.5mm jack, it will do so for one reason: control. The 3.5mm jack is obviously an open standard, and Apple can do little to control what kind of headphones you use. Now that Apple owns a very popular brand of headphones, I'n sure the company is itching to lock consumers into its Lightning port. If true, yet another terrible anti-consumer move from Apple. News   [more] [xml]
 2015-11-30T19:42:30+00:00 Distribution Release: Porteus Kiosk 3.6.0
Tomasz Jokiel has announced the release of Porteus Kiosk 3.6.0, the latest quarterly update of the project's single-purpose Gentoo-based distribution for web kiosks. This release introduces a server edition which designed for monitoring, accessing and managing Porteus Kiosk clients: "I'm pleased to announce that Porteus Kiosk 3.6.0 is....
 2015-11-30T12:01:51+00:00 Development Release: deepin 15 Alpha 2
The deepin development team has announced the availability of the second alpha build of the upcoming deepin 15, a major new version of the project's desktop Linux distribution featuring the Deepin desktop: "deepin 15 alpha 2 is thoroughly changed with a brand new system architecture. System performance and....
 2015-11-30T00:28:18+00:00 DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 638
This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Qubes OS 3.0, KaOS with Plasma and NetBSD 7.0News: Fedora seeks Wayland testers, a new application for scheduling tasks and how to deal with rootkit warningsQuestions and answers: What an ELF is and an HTTPS optionTorrent corner: CRUX, KNOPPIX, NetrunnerReleased last week:....

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