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Thursday December 6, 2018. 02:35 AM
The LWN.net Weekly Edition for December 6, 2018 is available.
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Wednesday December 5, 2018. 09:49 PM
Videos from the 2018 Linux Plumbers Conference (November 13-15, Vancouver) have now been posted for all sessions, including the Kernel Summit and Networking tracks. They can be found by going to the detailed schedule and clicking on the session of interest.
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Daniel Vetter began his talk in the refereed track of the 2018 Linux Plumbers Conference (LPC) by noting that it would be in a somewhat similar vein to other talks he has given, since it is about tooling and workflows that are outside of the kernel norm. But, unlike those...
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Stable kernels 4.19.7, 4.14.86, and 4.9.143 have been released, with the usual set of important fixes throughout the tree.
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (suricata), Fedora (cobbler), Oracle (ghostscript), Red Hat (ansible), and Scientific Linux (ghostscript and ruby).
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Tuesday December 4, 2018. 08:00 PM
A critical flaw in the Kubernetes container orchestration system has been announced. It will allow any user to compromise a Kubernetes cluster by way of exploiting any aggregated API server that is deployed for it. This affects all Kubernetes versions 1.0 to 1.12, but is...
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Back in 2011, Harald Hoyer and Kay Sievers came up with a proposal for Fedora to merge much of the operating system into /usr; former top-level directories, /bin, /lib, and /sbin, would then become symbolic links pointing into the corresponding subdirectories of /usr. Left...
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Security updates have been issued by Fedora (glibc, qemu, and tmux), Mageia (messagelib), Oracle (ghostscript), Red Hat (ghostscript, OpenShift Container Platform 3.10, OpenShift Container Platform 3.11, OpenShift Container Platform 3.2, OpenShift Container Platform 3.3,...
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Monday December 3, 2018. 11:45 PM
The BPF verifier is charged with ensuring that any given BPF program is safe for the kernel to load and run. Programs that fail to terminate are clearly unsafe, as they present an opportunity for denial-of-service attacks. In current kernels, the verifier uses a heavy-handed ...
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CentOS has released CentOS Linux 7.6 (1810). 'Updates released since the upstream release are all posted, across all architectures. We strongly recommend every user apply all updates, including the content released today, on your existing CentOS Linux 7 machine by just...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (nsis, openssl, poppler, and tiff), Fedora (dnsdist, drupal7, kernel, kernel-headers, kernel-tools, net-snmp, perl, php-Smarty2, and samba), Gentoo (connman, nagios-core, php, and webkit-gtk), Mageia (apache-mod_perl,...
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The 4.20-rc5 kernel prepatch is out; among other things, it contains the STIBP changes described in this article. Linus is also thinking about release timing: 'So my current suggestion is that we plan on a Christmas release, everybody gets their pull requests for the next...
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Sunday December 2, 2018. 04:44 PM
The 4.19.6, 4.14.85, 4.9.142, 4.4.166, and 3.18.128 stable kernels have all been released; each contains another large set of important fixes.
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Friday November 30, 2018. 11:43 PM
As of today, Fedora 27 will not be getting any more updates, including security updates. Users should be planning to upgrade more or less immediately. 'Fedora 28 will continue to receive updates until 4 weeks after the release of Fedora 30. The maintenance schedule of Fedora ...
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The BPF virtual machine is the same on all architectures where it is supported; architecture-specific code takes care of translating BPF to something the local processor can understand. So one might be tempted to think that BPF programs would be portable across architectures ...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (libarchive, perl, and qemu), Fedora (glibc, glusterfs, links, and moodle), Gentoo (libsndfile and postgresql), openSUSE (openssh, rubygem-loofah, and tiff), Oracle (ruby), Red Hat (ruby), and Ubuntu (libssh and linux-aws).
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Thursday November 29, 2018. 10:38 PM
The Software Freedom Conservancy reports that the first hearing in the appeal of the GPL enforcement lawsuit against VMware has been held in Germany. 'The hearing yesterday was a tiny step in a long process toward resolving this issue, and, as we understand the situation,...
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The Go Blog looks forward to version 2 of the Go language. 'A major difference between Go 1 and Go 2 is who is going to influence the design and how decisions are made. Go 1 was a small team effort with modest outside influence; Go 2 will be much more community-driven. After ...
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The Spectre class of hardware vulnerabilities was apparently so-named because it can be expected to haunt us for some time. One aspect of that haunting can be seen in the fact that, nearly one year after Spectre was disclosed, the kernel is still unable to prevent one...
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Security updates have been issued by Gentoo (openssl and rpm), Mageia (icecast and yaml-cpp), Oracle (kernel and sos-collector), Red Hat (rh-ruby23-ruby, rh-ruby24-ruby, and rh-ruby25-ruby), Slackware (samba), SUSE (tomcat6), and Ubuntu (ghostscript).
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