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  1. LXer: 6 Practical and Real-World Applications of Linux
    Published at LXer: If you use Linux on your desktop, you might have wondered if the operating system you’re messing around with has any practical uses. Fortunately, there are plenty of real-world appl …
  2. stuck in 1024×768 resolution
    I have a thinkpad T440s and an HP LA2006x monitor. It can get 1600×900 resolution. But for some strange reason when I reboot I cannot set the monitor to 1600×900. The only solution I’ve found is to fi …
  3. Can Zim notes be accessed from users on both OS's on a dual boot comp?
    I have a dual boot system. Zim notebooks is installed on both OS’s. Can I link Zim #2 the the notebooks created by Zim #1? …
  4. LXer: MAYA-W2 Tri-Radio includes Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2 and IEEE 802.15.4 support
    Published at LXer: The u-blox MAYA-W2 is a connectivity module based on the multiradio NXP IW612 chipset and provides support for standard wireless protocols such as Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2 and 802.15. …
  5. LXer: 10 Keyboard Shortcuts That Work on Both Windows and Linux
    Published at LXer: Transitioning to a new operating system may seem overwhelming or daunting but the joy of learning something new is worth the effort. Let’s take a look at some of the important keybo …
  6. Installation of Linux Lite 3.2
    Hi…. I have an old PC and I want to put Linux Lite 3.2 ( LTS ) on it Now it is so that I do not have to use it to surf the Internet, Here information about PC Dell dimention L866r Pentium iII 866Mhz …
  7. LXer: How to Install Nginx, MariaDB, and PHP (LEMP) on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
    Published at LXer: LEMP is an acronym for a group of free and open-source software often used to serve web applications. It represents the configuration of Nginx Web Server, MySQL / MariaDB Database, …
  8. [SOLVED] Chromium adds a port at the end of IP
    Hi everyone, starting today Chromium adds a 2935 at the end of IP address like: http://192.168.0.1:2935/ I used this port yesterday but is no longer listening. I deleted all the http://192.168.0.1:291 …
  9. LXer: Top 10 Best Linux Distributions in 2022 For Everyone
    Published at LXer: A list of best Linux Distributions in 2022 for every user – students, creators, developers and casual users with guidance to pick one. Read More… …
  10. gcc-gdc is self referenced to to its own presence
    If you remove package gcc-gdc Code: removepkg gcc-gdc-11.3.0-x86_64-1 You can’t build gcc-12.1.0, you get what follows: Code: checking for the correct version of the gmp/mpfr/mpc libraries… yes chec …
  11. regression on -current with xorg-server (gcc-12.1.0)
    xorg-server doesn’t build with gcc-12.1.0 Code:   GEN      Xserver-spec.html   GEN      Xserver-spec.txt   GEN      Xinput.html   GEN      Xinput.txt warning: failed to load external entity “/usr/shar …
  12. regression on -current with doxygen (gcc-12.1.0)
    doxygen doesn’t build with gcc-12.1.0: Code: [ 23%] Built target vhdlparser Consolidate compiler generated dependencies of target doxycfg [ 23%] Building CXX object src/CMakeFiles/doxycfg.dir/message. …
  13. LXer: How To Enable Minimize And Maximize Buttons In Fedora 36 Workstation
    Published at LXer: This guide explains how to enable minimize and maximize buttons in application windows using Gnome Tweaks and Dash to Panel extension in Fedora GNOME Workstation and Silverblue edit …
  14. LXer: KDE Frameworks 5.94 Released with More Than 200 Changes, Here's What's New
    Published at LXer: The KDE Project released today KDE Frameworks 5.94 as the monthly update for this open-source collection of more than 80 add-on libraries to Qt providing common functionality needed …
  15. LXer: How To Install Multimedia Codecs In Fedora 36 Workstation
    Published at LXer: This tutorial explains how to install multimedia codecs in Fedora 36 workstation from RPM Fusion software repository. Read More… …
  16. LXer: Ubuntu 22.10 (Kinetic Kudu) development starts. Here are all the details you need to know.
    Published at LXer: Details about the upcoming Ubuntu 22.10 Kinetic Kudu that includes expected features, updated with daily build download links. Read More… …
  17. [SOLVED] Need some help with iSCSI
    I have a Linux server with a disk containing a loop device that contains a Windows NTFS volume, connecting to my Windows machines via iSCSI. After a connection problem Windows insisted to recheck the …
  18. LXer: FriendlyELEC unveils Rockchip based NanoPi R5S SBC with gigabit WAN/LAN support and HDMI output
    Published at LXer: FriendlyELEC recently revealed a new member of its NanoPi line on their social Media. The NanoPi R5S is a SBC (Single Board Computer) based on the Rockchip RK3568 processor. Accordi …
  19. LXer: 5 reasons to apply for B Corp certification
    Published at LXer: Wholegrain Digital just passed its fifth anniversary of being a certified B Corp. B Corp is one of the most robust independent certifications assessing whether a business is run res …
  20. LXer: An introduction to USB Device Emulation and how to take advantage of it
    Published at LXer: Nowadays, the number of devices is getting bigger and bigger, and modern operating systems must try to support all types and several of them with every integration, with every relea …


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  1. Use Composer to require Git repositories within PHP projects
    Use Composer to require Git repositories within PHP projects Jonathan Daggerhart Mon, 05/16/2022 – 03:00 Register or Login to like Register or Login to like The dependency management tool Composer pro …
  2. 5 benefits of switching from Google Analytics to Plausible
    5 benefits of switching from Google Analytics to Plausible Tom Greenwood Mon, 05/16/2022 – 03:00 Register or Login to like Register or Login to like Google Analytics (GA) has been the industry standar …
  3. 5 reasons to apply for B Corp certification
    5 reasons to apply for B Corp certification Tom Greenwood Sat, 05/14/2022 – 03:00 3 readers like this 3 readers like this Wholegrain Digital just passed its fifth anniversary of being a certified B Co …
  4. When open source meets academic publishing: Platinum open access journals
    When open source meets academic publishing: Platinum open access journals Joshua Pearce Fri, 05/13/2022 – 03:00 4 readers like this 4 readers like this Academics routinely give away their work to comp …
  5. 5 reasons to use sudo on Linux
    5 reasons to use sudo on Linux Seth Kenlon Thu, 05/12/2022 – 03:00 6 readers like this 6 readers like this On traditional Unix and Unix-like systems, the first and only user that exists on a fresh ins …
  6. Get started with Bareos, an open source client-server backup solution
    Get started with Bareos, an open source client-server backup solution Heike Jurzik Thu, 05/12/2022 – 03:00 4 readers like this 4 readers like this Bareos (Backup Archiving Recovery Open Sourced) is a …
  7. How collaborative commons and open organization principles align
    How collaborative commons and open organization principles align Ron McFarland Thu, 05/12/2022 – 03:00 2 readers like this 2 readers like this I have read Jeremy Rifkin’s book The Zero Marginal Cost S …
  8. Manage your Gmail filters from the Linux command line
    Manage your Gmail filters from the Linux command line Kevin Sonney Wed, 05/11/2022 – 03:00 4 readers like this 4 readers like this Automation is a hot topic right now. In my day job as an SRE part of …
  9. 5 surprising things I do with Linux
    5 surprising things I do with Linux Seth Kenlon Wed, 05/11/2022 – 03:00 4 readers like this 4 readers like this When you’re used to one operating system, it can be easy to look at other operating syst …
  10. 6 easy ways to make your first open source contribution with LibreOffice
    6 easy ways to make your first open source contribution with LibreOffice Klaatu Tue, 05/10/2022 – 03:00 3 readers like this 3 readers like this “Getting involved” with open source can seem a little co …


  1. GCC 12 Becoming Default Compiler in Tumbleweed
    More than a month after preparing the default compiler for openSUSE Tumbleweed to be switched to GNU Compiler Collection 12, the latest snapshot passed openQA and is making GCC12 the default compiler …
  2. GNOME, curl, Fetchmail update in Tumbleweed, WSL Image Published
    Snapshots of openSUSE Tumbleweed flowed out this week and the rolling release also gave Microsoft Windows users a newer Windows Subsystem for Linux image. A newly published WSL image of Tumbleweed in …
  3. Call for Volunteers to 2022 openSUSE Asia Summit
    Call For Volunteers The openSUSE.Asia Summit is an annual openSUSE Asian conference, attended by contributors and enthusiasts from all over Asia. The event focuses primarily on the openSUSE distributi …
  4. LLVM, PipeWire, git update in Tumbleweed
    There have been three openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots released since last Thursday. If the 20220420 snapshot passes openQA, it might be released before this article publishes and push the number of snap …
  5. openSUSE Community Publishes Annual Survey Results
    The openSUSE community has published results from the annual community survey. This year’s results increased from last year’s results by more than 100 participants, with 1,320 respondents this time ar …
  6. Tumbleweed to Get New Default GCC
    A new default GNU Compiler Collection for openSUSE Tumbleweed is set to follow one of the snapshots that rolled out this week. Snapshot 20220405 prepares the default compiler switch to GCC 12. GCC 12 …
  7. Leap Micro Beta Available for Testers
    People browsing through openSUSE’s websites may spot something new on get.opensuse.org. Leap Micro, which is currently showing the 5.2 beta version, is for containerized and virtualized workloads. It …
  8. Tumbleweed updates sudo, systemd, ibus
    A total of four openSUSE Tumbleweed snapshots were delivered this week to rolling release users. Tumbleweed has consistently been releasing daily snapshots; a four-day period between two snapshots thi …
  9. Know the Visa, Health Requirements to Attend oSC22
    For people planning on attending the openSUSE Conference 2022 in Nuremberg, Germany, from June 2 – 4, there are certain health and visa requirements that need to be met for travelers. The openSUSE Con …
  10. openSUSE Finalizes New Code of Conduct
    The openSUSE Community is proud to announce its new Code of Conduct as approved by the openSUSE Board. The openSUSE Code of Conduct was written during several community meetings as a collaborative pro …


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  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 …
  11. Fedora Weekly News Issue 119
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 119 for the week of February 4th,2008. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue119In Announcements, we have “Announcing Fedora 9 Alpha”, “Fedora 9 AlphaJigdo” and “F …
  12. Fedora Weekly News Issue 118
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 118 for the week of January 28th,2008. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue118In Planet Fedora, we have “Updates to anaconda”, “linux.conf.au day 1,”Fedora win32 …
  13. Fedora Weekly News Issue 117
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 117 for the week of January 21st,2008. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue117In Announcement, we have “And the F9 codename winner is…”, “FUDConF9 Survey avail …
  14. Fedora Weekly News Issue 116
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 116 for the week of January 14thhttp://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue116In Announcement, we have “Cast your vote for the Fedora 9 Codename!”In Planet Fedora, we h …
  15. Fedora Weekly News Issue 115
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 115 for the week of January 7thhttp://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue115In Announcement, we have “Fedora’s way forward” a special announcementby MaxSpevackIn Plane …
  16. Fedora Weekly News Issue 114
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 114 for the week of December 31st,2007 http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue114In Announcement, “FUDCon Raleigh 2008” and “Fedora Unity announcesFedora 8 Re-Spin” …
  17. How to create calendar with OpenOffice.org
    Have you got yourself 2008 Calendar yet? No? No problem. We can create one with OpenOffice.orgFirst, get a OOo Macro called “Calendrier” by Charles Brunet from:http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles …
  18. Fedora Weekly News Issue 113
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 113 for the week of December 10th.http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue113In Announcement, we have “Samba Security Updates For FC6”, “GPG Keysigning at FUDCon”In …
  19. Fedora Weekly News Issue 112
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 112 for the week of December 3rd.http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue112In Announcement, we have “FUDCon Raleigh 2008″In Planet Fedora, we have “CentOS really do …
  20. Fedora Weekly News Issue 111
    Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 111 for the week of November 26th.http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue111In Planet Fedora, we have “Free Creative Commons 5th Bday DEC 15 inSan Francisco”, “Test …


  1. Fedora 35: et 2022-185b91b741>
    Several security and stability improvements
  2. Fedora 35: supertux 2022-88e3257aef>
    Fix CVE-2022-30292
  3. Fedora 35: ecdsautils 2022-bf58612696>
    Fixes CVE-2022-24884 (Improper Verification of ECDSA Signatures). In previous versions ecdsautils would erroneously accept all-zero signatures as valid. More information can be found here: https://git …
  4. Fedora 34: et 2022-80b92b2a04>
    Several security and stability improvements
  5. Fedora 34: ecdsautils 2022-7704d5e885>
    Fixes CVE-2022-24884 (Improper Verification of ECDSA Signatures). In previous versions ecdsautils would erroneously accept all-zero signatures as valid. More information can be found here: https://git …
  6. Fedora 36: et 2022-e3a794b591>
    Several security and stability improvements
  7. Primer to Container Security>
    Containers are considered to be a standard way of deploying these microservices to the cloud. Containers are better than virtual machines in almost all ways except security, which may be the main barr …
  8. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9: Security baked in>
    The newest RHEL moves beyond servers and the datacenter to the edge and multicloud.
  9. Strengthen Your Linux Endpoint Security & Zero Trust Strategy with Defense-in-Depth & Endpoint Encryption>
    With the rise of cloud computing and mobility and the remote work environment brought on by the pandemic, securing Linux endpoint devices has never been more challenging for the organization and its I …
  10. Call for Contributors with Knowledge of Linux Firewalls!>
    Greetings fellow Linux security enthusiasts,Interested in becoming a LinuxSecurity contributor, but need an article topic idea and some guidance to help you get started?


  1. Strengthen Your Linux Endpoint Security & Zero Trust Strategy with Defense-in-Depth & Endpoint Encryption>
    With the rise of cloud computing and mobility and the remote work environment brought on by the pandemic, securing Linux endpoint devices has never been more challenging for the organization and its I …
  2. Call for Contributors with Knowledge of Linux Firewalls!>
    Greetings fellow Linux security enthusiasts,Interested in becoming a LinuxSecurity contributor, but need an article topic idea and some guidance to help you get started?
  3. How To Create a Transparent Proxy through the Tor Network to Protect Your Privacy Online with archtorify & kalitorify>
    With the growing number of espionage scandals in recent years and the prevalence of online tracking, protecting your privacy online has never been more important. Virtually everything we do online is …
  4. You are Tracked Online – Why? And How To Avoid Being Tracked Online>
    Every day in the headlines, we’re made aware of how limited our online privacy truly is. These days, it’s so easy for apps, websites and search engines to track our every move. While most tracking is …


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  1. Ubuntu 5420-1: Vorbis vulnerabilities

    Several security issues were fixed in Vorbis.
  2. Ubuntu 5419-1: Rsyslog vulnerabilities

    Rsyslog could be made to crash if it received specially crafted input.
  3. Ubuntu 5418-1: Linux kernel vulnerabilities

    Several security issues were fixed in the Linux kernel.
  4. Ubuntu 5417-1: Linux kernel vulnerabilities

    Several security issues were fixed in the Linux kernel.
  5. Ubuntu 5416-1: Linux kernel (OEM) vulnerabilities

    Several security issues were fixed in the Linux kernel.
  6. Ubuntu 5415-1: Linux kernel vulnerabilities

    Several security issues were fixed in the Linux kernel.
  7. Ubuntu 5413-1: Linux kernel vulnerabilities

    Several security issues were fixed in the Linux kernel.
  8. Ubuntu 5411-1: Firefox vulnerabilities

    Firefox could be made to crash or run programs as your login if it opened a malicious website.
  9. Ubuntu 5412-1: curl vulnerabilities

    Several security issues were fixed in curl.