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 2016-12-07 DSA-3729 xen - security update

Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in the Xen hypervisor. The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures project identifies the following problems:

 2016-12-01 DSA-3728 firefox-esr - security update

A use-after-free vulnerability in the SVG Animation was discovered in the Mozilla Firefox web browser, allowing a remote attacker to cause a denial of service (application crash) or execute arbitrary code, if a user is tricked into opening a specially crafted website.

 2016-11-30 DSA-3727 hdf5 - security update

Cisco Talos discovered that hdf5, a file format and library for storing scientific data, contained several vulnerabilities that could lead to arbitrary code execution when handling untrusted data.


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 2016-11-15T01:19:56Z PHP
How to update to PHP 7.0
 2016-11-15T00:36:20Z DebianScience/Sage
Uploaded jupyter-notebook to devel apt.
 2016-11-14T22:37:44Z DebianSingleSignOn
Update the test URLS now the Ever Amazing Enrico has fixed them.

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 Thu, 08 Dec 2016 15:00:00 -0800 Embedded Linux at sweet 16: adapting to the IoT

hackerboards: At ELC Europe, embedded Linux guru Tim Bird examined the "Status of Embedded Linux" and discussed challenges that it faces in the brave new world of IoT.

 Thu, 08 Dec 2016 14:00:00 -0800 More Examples of Microsoft and Its Patent Trolls Taxing Linux, Even After Microsoft 'Joined' (Paid) the Linux Foundation

 techrights: A quick look at the past week's news and clues about Microsoft's (and its broad army of patent trolls) strategy for taxing Linux, or imposing bundling at zero cost (to Microsoft)

 Thu, 08 Dec 2016 13:00:00 -0800 Bare metal and Virtual Machine Provisioning through Foreman Server

 LinuxTechi: Foreman is a free and open source tool that can provision bare metal and create virtual virtual machine instances under public and provide cloud


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 Thu, 08 Dec 2016 23:45:45 GMT How to get a C64 on WiFi and start BBSing again
Last year I created an account on Twitter to create a targeted feed for my hobby content and tweets for like-minded retro-gaming folk, separate from my personal account. On this hobby account I mainly follow retro-gaming and Commodore fans. When you use Twitter in a very targeted way like this, it actually can be extremely useful and enjoyable. In any event, during this time I began to see a healthy amount of discussion around BBS'es (Bulletin Board Systems) becoming "a thing" again for retro-computing nerds. And, amazingly, a few popular BBSes were being served off of 8-bit machines. "8-Bitters" were connecting to them, having virtually "off the grid" discussions and playing games outside the watchful eye of Google and the rest of the internet. I wanted to connect to them, too.
 Thu, 08 Dec 2016 23:42:36 GMT Google never had to worry about financial discipline - until now
The architect of this reorganization - known as "Alphabetization" at the ever-sunny Google - was Ruth Porat, the new chief financial officer. Porat, who was born in England but grew up in Palo Alto, led Morgan Stanley's technology banking division during the first dot-com boom, served as an adviser to the Treasury Department during the bailouts of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and became Morgan Stanley's CFO in 2010. She joined Google in May 2015 with a mandate to bring discipline and focus to a company so awash in cash that it never needed much of either. She instituted rigorous budgeting and, according to people familiar with Alphabet's operations, forced the Other Bets to begin paying for the shared Google services they used. Projects hatched with ambiguous timelines of 10 or more years in some cases had to show a path to profit in half the time. At most big companies, such financial controls are standard operating procedure, and Alphabet's investors are pleased. Its stock is up 35 percent since Porat joined. But within the Other Bets, Porat's tenure has been controversial, earning her an unflattering nickname: Ruthless Ruth. "She's a hatchet man," says a former senior Alphabet executive. "If Larry isn't excited about something," the executive continues, referring to CEO Page, "Ruth kills it." I love these stories of problems few of us will ever have to deal with.
 Thu, 08 Dec 2016 15:01:55 GMT Windows 10 is coming to ARM again, with win32 emulation
It's official: Microsoft is taking another stab at Windows on ARM, but this time around, it seems like they're taking it a lot more seriously. First, in collaboration with Qualcomm, Microsoft has created 32bit win32 emulation for Windows on ARM. This allows all 32bit win32 applications to run on ARM, unmodified. Microsoft showed win32 Photoshop running on an ARM machine. Second, Microsoft seems to be going beyond tablets this time around - they're promising laptops and desktops, too. And technically, there's nothing stopping them from allowing ARM phones to run win32 applications (e.g. when docked) either. This is something I personally really, really want to see: a phone that can become a full-fledged PC just by connecting it to a display and input devices. While such a device won't be a powerhouse, it'd be great for the kinds of office workloads I'd want it for. There's no technical details on the implementation of the emulation yet, but look for those to arrive over the coming months.

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 2016-12-08T13:33:55+00:00 Development Release: Parsix GNU/Linux 8.15 Test 2
Alan Baghumian has announced the availability of a new development snapshot of Parsix GNU/Linux. The new beta version, Parsix GNU/Linux 8.15-TEST-2, of the Debian-based project ships with GNOME 3.22 and version 4.4.35 of the Linux kernel. The Adobe Flash player has also been updated. The 64-bit builds support....
 2016-12-07T11:32:44+00:00 Distribution Release: Korora 25
Jim Dean has announced the release of Korora 25, a new version of the Fedora-based distribution with various user-friendly enhancements and a choice of five desktop environments - Cinnamon, GNOME, KDE Plasma, MATE and Xfce: "The Korora project has released version 25 (code name 'Gurgle') which is now....
 2016-12-06T13:34:45+00:00 Distribution Release: BackBox Linux 4.7
BackBox Linux is an Ubuntu-based distribution used for security assessment and penetration testing. The project has released a new stable version, BackBox Linux 4.7, which upgrades key components and fixes several bugs. "The BackBox team is pleased to announce the updated release of BackBox Linux, version 4.7. We....

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