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November 2, 2011 in Linux

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  1. Trying to setup MISP on Centos 8
    Hi. Very new to the Linux world. Have been tasked to install and setup an application called MISP and I have to use Centos 8. Basically the installation guide gives list of steps, some of which includ …
  2. font problem in Synaptic, ALT Linux Starterkit, SysVinit Xfce
    Synaptic worked sort of ok after installation, it is a fairly old version and I noticed some features normally present were missing, such as viewing installed files in installed packages. Also does no …
  3. LXer: BPF For Observability: Getting Started Quickly
    Published at LXer: BPF is a powerful component in the Linux kernel and the tools that make use of it are vastly varied and numerous. In this article we examine the general usefulness of BPF and guide …
  4. CPU Turbo Boost – when?
    There’s really 2 questions, and I’m interested in the smaller end of CPUs, i.e. 2/4/8 & just maybe 16 cores. Ampere Mt Snow servers come with an 80 core Arm CPU, but I’m not in that territory, or thre …
  5. LXer: How to Install Jitsi Meet on CentOS 8
    Published at LXer: Jitsi Meet is an open-source video-conferencing application for web and mobile. It is simple, easy-to-use, secure, and works on Linux, Windows, and Mac OS. It is very similar to oth …
  6. Triggering scripts from Mumble
    I’d like to have some scripts run when people enter or leave channels on a Mumble server. What ways are there to trigger shell scripts do that? Or should I just write something to monitor and parse th …
  7. LXer: 5 collaboration tips for using an open source alternative to Google Docs
    Published at LXer: ONLYOFFICE Docs is a self-hosted open source alternative to Microsoft Office and Google Docs for collaborating on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations in real time.The followi …
  8. LXer: Canonical Releases Major Ubuntu Kernel Updates to Address 14 Vulnerabilities
    Published at LXer: Canonical released today major Linux kernel updates for all supported Ubuntu releases to address multiple security vulnerabilities discovered by various security researchers. Read M …
  9. Have mailto link click to direct to HTML view of google mail
    How do we have mailto link click to direct right away to HTML view of google mail page as this below is to standard view of google mail page Code: navigator.registerProtocolHandler(“mailto”,”https://m …
  10. LXer: Vagrant beyond the basics
    Published at LXer: There are, like most things in the Unix/Linux world, many ways of doing things with Vagrant, but here are some examples of ways to grow your Vagrantfile portfolio and increase your …


  1. Support your work-life balance with this open source productivity tool
    Super Productivity is a to-do app for people that spend a lot of their time working from a computer. Its philosophy is that disciplined, focused work and cutting yourself some slack benefit from each …
  2. Get the most out of the Vi text editor
    Whether you know it as Vim, Neovim, gVim, nvi, or even Elvis, the quintessential Unix editor is easily Vi. Included in probably every Linux and BSD distribution, Vi is a lightweight and minimalist tex …
  3. Why I love Emacs
    I’m a habitual Emacs user. I didn’t choose Emacs as much as it chose me. Back when I was first learning about Unix, I stumbled upon a little-known feature in a strange application called Emacs, which …
  4. Set up OpenStack on a Raspberry Pi cluster
    In the year since the Raspberry Pi 4 was released, I’ve seen many tutorials (like this and this) and articles on how well the 4GB model works with container platforms such as Kubernetes (K8s), Lightwe …
  5. 5 collaboration tips for using an open source alternative to Google Docs
    ONLYOFFICE Docs is a self-hosted open source alternative to Microsoft Office and Google Docs for collaborating on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations in real time. The following are the five mo …
  6. Try Jed as your Linux terminal text editor
    You may have heard about Emacs and Vim and Nano, the quintessential Linux text editors, but Linux has an abundance of open source text editors, and it’s my goal to spend December giving 31 of them a f …
  7. How this open source security tool halted significant DDoS attacks
    In 2020, our ways of living and working were turned completely upside down in a matter of days. As COVID-19 began to spread across the globe, we brought our companies home, and staying connected to ou …
  8. Create universal blockchain smart contracts
    Blockchain smart contracts have the ability to access off-chain data by integrating decentralized oracles. Before diving into how to use them, it’s important to understand why smart contracts matter i …
  9. Unboxing the Raspberry Pi 400
    Since early 2020, when I wrote about some fun Raspberry Pi projects and our Raspberry Pi eBook, I (like almost everyone) have been living and working from home. read more …
  10. 8 Git aliases that make me more efficient
    The excellent article 7 Git tricks that changed my life inspired me to write about another Git feature that’s had a major impact on my experience using Git on the command line: aliases. Defining Git a …


  1. openSUSE Release Team to Share Results from arm Survey in Online Meetup
    Members of the openSUSE release team members will share results of openSUSE on arm during two separate online sessions on openSUSE’s Jisti instance Dec. 2. The first session will be at 10:00 UTC and t …
  2. GNOME, KDE Frameworks, Mutt update in Tumbleweed
    Four openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots have been released since last Thursday. Only two packages came in the most recent 20201124 snapshot. Email client mutt had a version bump from 1.14.7 to 2.0.2; the n …
  3. News in openSUSE Packaging
    If you are interested in openSUSE, sooner or later you will probably learn how packages and specfiles work. But packaging is not static knowledge that you learn once and are good to go. The rules chan …
  4. Xfce Virtual Machine Images For Development
    The openSUSE distributions offer a variety of graphical desktop environments, one of them being the popular and lightweight Xfce. Up to now there was the stable tested branch available in Tumbleweed a …
  5. Two Tumbleweed Snapshots update PostgreSQL, Mesa
    Two openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots were released so far this week. Snapshot 20201117 provides the latest update of packages for the rolling release. Among the packages to update was Mozilla Thunderbird …
  6. openSUSE Board Election 2020 announced
    The openSUSE Regular Board Election has been announced for the 15th of December 2020. Results will be published on the new year’s eve, i.e 31st December. Call for nominations and applications for the …
  7. New AppArmor 3, KDE Applications, GStreamer Update in Tumbleweed
    This week there were six openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots released. Some minor email changes have affected the Tumbleweed snapshot reviewer, so reviewer ratings won’t be listed. The latest snapshot, 2020 …
  8. Survey for the future of openSUSE on Arm
    The openSUSE release team has established a survey to gain greater insights into the use cases of people using or developing for ARMv6, ARMv7 and ARMv8. The introduction to the survey explains that AR …
  9. Updates for Poppler, Plasma, Xfce, LLVM 11 Arrive in Tumbleweed
    Four openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots were released since our last blog more than a week ago. These four snapshots had a variety of package updates that included updates for LLVM, Wireshark, Node.js, Pla …
  10. openSUSE Developers Kickoff Leap 15.3
    Members of the openSUSE community are separated by great distances, but that didn’t keep them from coming together virtually on Nov. 4 to kickoff the development of the next release;openSUSE Leap 15.3 …


  1. Raspberry Pi 400: a complete personal computer, built into a compact keyboard.
    https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/ras…70-desktop-pc/ Sweet. :) …


  1. New Feed for FWN
    Please update the feed for FWN to:
    http://fedoramagazine.wordpress.com/category/fedora-weekly-news/feed/
  2. Fedora Weekly News Issue 128
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 128 for the week of April 14th, 2008.http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue128In Announcements, we have “Please digg: Fedora stories”.In Planet Fedora, we have “FL …
  3. Fedora Weekly News Issue 127
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 127 for the week of April 7th, 2008.http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue127In Announcements, we have “Rawhide 20080404 Snapshot Released”, “Callfor Stories”, “An …
  4. Fedora Weekly News Issue 126
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 126 for the week of March 24th, 2008.http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue126In Announcements, we have “F9 Beta release announcement”, “Rawhide20080328 Snapshot”, …
  5. Fedora Weekly News Issue 125
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 125 for the week of March 17th, 2008.http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue125In Announcements, we have “Fedora 9 Beta slipped a few days”, “MichaelTiemann’s Speec …
  6. Fedora Weekly News Issue 124
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 124 for the week of March 10th, 2008.http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue124In Announcements, we have “Announcing the relaunch of the Fedora BugZappers!”In Plane …
  7. Fedora Weekly News Issue 123
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 123 for the week of March 3rd, 2008.http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue123In Planet Fedora, we have “Bonnie in Laurinburg”, “RSS feeds ofbugs!”, “Howto: Test th …
  8. Fedora Weekly News Issue 122
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 122 for the week of February 25th,2008. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue122In Announcements, we have “Fedora Board IRC meeting 2008-03-04”.In Fedora Marketin …
  9. Fedora Weekly News Issue 121
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 121 for the week of February 18th,2008. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue121In Announcements, we have “Fedora 10’s FUDCon”, “LWN subscription?”,”Fedora Amateu …
  10. Fedora Weekly News Issue 120
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 120 for the week of February 11th,2008. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue120In Announcements, we have “Announcing Fedora 8 Xfce Spin”In Planet Fedora, we have …


  1. What is Microsoft doing with Linux? Everything you need to know about its plans for open source>
    With the growing popularity of Open Source, Microsoft is following the customers and the ecosystem – but pragmatic investment in Linux doesn’t diminish the company’s commitment to Windows.
  2. BlackArch Linux 2020.12.01 Released With 100+ New Hacking Tools>
    BlackArch Linux has released BlackArch 2020.12.01 with over 100 new hacking tools, bringing the total count of hacking tools offered by the distro to 2,608.
  3. SUSE: 2020:3615-1 important: xen>
    An update that solves 5 vulnerabilities and has one errata is now available.
  4. SUSE: 2020:3613-1 moderate: rpmlint>
    An update that contains security fixes can now be installed.
  5. SUSE: 2020:3614-1 important: gdm>
    An update that fixes one vulnerability is now available.
  6. SUSE: 2020:3611-1 important: xen>
    An update that solves 5 vulnerabilities and has one errata is now available.
  7. SUSE: 2020:3612-1 important: xen>
    An update that solves one vulnerability and has one errata is now available.
  8. openSUSE: 2020:2152-1 important: python3>
    An update that solves one vulnerability and has one errata is now available.
  9. Verifying Linux Server Security: What Every Admin Needs to Know>
    Linux is a widespread OS known for its robust security . That being said, vulnerabilities are inevitable in any OS, and Linux system administrators must be vigilant about monitoring and verifying the …
  10. OctopusWAF: A Customizable Open-Source WAF for High Performance Applications>
    Mainstream web application firewalls (WAFs) can be very difficult to understand, with thousands of lines of code and obscure plugins. This complexity makes it challenging for developers to modify code …


  1. Verifying Linux Server Security: What Every Admin Needs to Know>
    Linux is a widespread OS known for its robust security . That being said, vulnerabilities are inevitable in any OS, and Linux system administrators must be vigilant about monitoring and verifying the …
  2. OctopusWAF: A Customizable Open-Source WAF for High Performance Applications>
    Mainstream web application firewalls (WAFs) can be very difficult to understand, with thousands of lines of code and obscure plugins. This complexity makes it challenging for developers to modify code …


  1. Ubuntu 4635-1: Kerberos vulnerability

    Kerberos could be made to consume unlimited resources if it received specially crafted ASN.1.
  2. Ubuntu 4634-1: OpenLDAP vulnerabilities

    OpenLDAP could be made to crash if it received specially crafted network traffic.
  3. Ubuntu 4633-1: PostgreSQL vulnerabilities

    Several security issues were fixed in PostgreSQL.
  4. Ubuntu 4607-2: OpenJDK regressions

    USN-4607-1 introduced a regression in OpenJDK.
  5. Ubuntu 4631-1: libmaxminddb vulnerability

    libmaxminddb could be made to crash if it received specially crafted data.
  6. Ubuntu 4171-6: Apport regression

    USN-4171-1 introduced a regression in Apport.
  7. Ubuntu 4628-2: Intel Microcode regression

    USN-4628-1 introduced a regression in the Intel Microcode for some processors.
  8. Ubuntu 4622-2: OpenLDAP vulnerability

    OpenLDAP could be made to crash or run programs if it received specially crafted network traffic.
  9. Ubuntu 4628-1: Intel Microcode vulnerabilities

    Several security issues were fixed in Intel Microcode.