Security updates have been issued by CentOS (kernel), Debian (libgcrypt20, redis, and strongswan), Fedora (epiphany, freedink-dfarc, gnupg, LibRaw, nodejs-JSV, nodejs-uri-js, singularity, strongswan, and webkit2gtk3), Mageia (flash-player-plugin, freedink-dfarc, and imagemagick), openSUSE (enigmail, gpg2, java-1_7_0-openjdk, java-1_8_0-openjdk, poppler, postgresql96, python-python-gnupg, and samba), Oracle (kernel), SUSE (gpg2 and xen), and Ubuntu (gnupg and webkit2gtk).
Security updates have been issued by CentOS (plexus-archiver), Fedora (chromium, kernel, and plexus-archiver), Mageia (firefox, gifsicle, jasper, leptonica, patch, perl-DBD-mysql, qt3, and scummvm), openSUSE (opencv), Oracle (kernel), Red Hat (kernel), Scientific Linux (kernel), SUSE (gpg2, nautilus, and postgresql96), and Ubuntu (gnupg2 and linux-raspi2).
Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (chromium and gnupg), Debian (spip), Fedora (pdns-recursor), Gentoo (adobe-flash, burp, quassel, and wget), openSUSE (bouncycastle and taglib), Oracle (kernel), SUSE (java-1_7_0-openjdk, java-1_8_0-openjdk, poppler, and samba), and Ubuntu (file, perl, and ruby1.9.1, ruby2.0, ruby2.3).
Security updates have been issued by Debian (plexus-archiver), Oracle (plexus-archiver), Red Hat (plexus-archiver and rh-maven33-plexus-archiver and rh-maven35-plexus-archiver), Scientific Linux (plexus-archiver), SUSE (pdns, poppler, ucode-intel, wpa_supplicant, and xen), and Ubuntu (bind9, firefox, and linux-azure).
Security updates have been issued by Debian (perl), Red Hat (kernel), SUSE (slurm), and Ubuntu (gnupg, gnupg2, imagemagick, kernel, libvirt, linux, linux-aws, linux-gcp, linux-kvm, linux, linux-aws, linux-kvm, linux-raspi2, linux-snapdragon, linux, linux-raspi2, linux-azure, linux-hwe, linux-gcp, linux-oem, linux-lts-trusty, linux-lts-xenial, linux-aws, and qemu).
Netconf, the Linux kernel networking development conference, has provided
coverage of this year’s event, which was held in Boston, MA, May 31-June 1.
Day 1 looks at the following sessions:
- DPDK (Stephen Hemminger)
- BPF, Cilium, and bpfilter (Daniel Borkmann)
- Netflix and BPF; future work on BPF tracing (Brendan Gregg)
- BPF offload; NIC switchdev mode; killing tc egdev (Jakub Kicinski)
- Networking Traffic Control (Cong Wang)
- TCP work (Eric Dumazet)
- Layer 1 boring stuff (Florian Fainelli)
Day 2 covers:
- Being Less Indirect (David S. Miller)
- TC Flower Tunneling (Simon Horman)
- Who Fears the Spectres? (Paolo Abeni)
- TLS, Crypto, and ULP’s (Dave Watson)
- TC changes and “ethlink” (Jiri Pirko)
- RX Batching, GRO, Megaflow merging, ARFS, BPF Verifier (Edward Cree)
- SCTP offload and tunnel ICMP handling (Xin Long)
- BPF and the Future of Kernel Extensibility (Alexei Starovoitov)
Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (chromium, firefox, flashplugin, krb5, and p7zip), Debian (firefox-esr, gnupg, gnupg1, gnupg2, libvncserver, and openjdk-7), Fedora (batik, qt3, remctl, and slurm), openSUSE (curl, glibc, ImageMagick, kernel-firmware, libvirt, libvorbis, MozillaFirefox, mozilla-nss, mupdf, prosody, qemu, slf4j, and xen), Red Hat (chromium-browser, flash-plugin, and Red Hat Virtualization), Slackware (gnupg2), and SUSE (libvirt, mailman, and xen).
Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (git), Fedora (php-symfony, php-symfony4, and thunderbird-enigmail), Mageia (glpi and libreoffice), openSUSE (dpdk-thunderxdpdk, git, and ocaml), SUSE (glibc, libvorbis, and zziplib), and Ubuntu (elfutils, git, and procps).
Stable kernels 4.16.14, 4.14.48, and 4.9.106 have been released. The 4.16 and 4.14
kernels contain the usual set of important fixes. “Not everyone who
uses 4.9 needs to upgrade here, it’s a big sync of the objtool codebase to
make future maintenance of 4.9.y easier over time, that’s all. But of
course, updating and verifying that nothing broke is always appreciated
Security updates have been issued by Fedora (chromium, php-symfony3, and wireshark), Mageia (chromium-browser-stable, mariadb, and python3), openSUSE (kernel modules), SUSE (gcc43, oracleasm kmp, and xdg-utils), and Ubuntu (apport and liblouis).
Security updates have been issued by CentOS (procps, xmlrpc, and xmlrpc3), Debian (batik, prosody, redmine, wireshark, and zookeeper), Fedora (jasper, kernel, poppler, and xmlrpc), Mageia (git and wireshark), Red Hat (rh-java-common-xmlrpc), Slackware (git), SUSE (bzr, dpdk-thunderxdpdk, and ocaml), and Ubuntu (exempi).
Security updates have been issued by Debian (kernel, procps, and tiff), Fedora (ca-certificates, chromium, and git), Mageia (kernel, kernel-linus, kernel-tmb, and libvirt), openSUSE (chromium and xen), Oracle (procps, xmlrpc, and xmlrpc3), Red Hat (xmlrpc and xmlrpc3), Scientific Linux (procps, xmlrpc, and xmlrpc3), SUSE (HA kernel modules and kernel), and Ubuntu (libytnef and python-oslo.middleware).
Security updates have been issued by CentOS (389-ds-base, corosync, firefox, java-1.7.0-openjdk, java-1.8.0-openjdk, kernel, librelp, libvirt, libvncserver, libvorbis, PackageKit, patch, pcs, and qemu-kvm), Fedora (asterisk, ca-certificates, gifsicle, ncurses, nodejs-base64-url, nodejs-mixin-deep, and wireshark), Mageia (thunderbird), Red Hat (procps), SUSE (curl, kvm, and libvirt), and Ubuntu (apport, haproxy, and tomcat7, tomcat8).
Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (strongswan, wireshark-cli, wireshark-common, wireshark-gtk, and wireshark-qt), CentOS (libvirt, procps-ng, and thunderbird), Debian (apache2, git, and qemu), Gentoo (beep, git, and procps), Mageia (mariadb, microcode, python, virtualbox, and webkit2), openSUSE (ceph, pdns, and perl-DBD-mysql), Red Hat (kernel), SUSE (HA kernel modules, libmikmod, ntp, and tiff), and Ubuntu (nvidia-graphics-drivers-384).
Security updates have been issued by Debian (batik, cups, gitlab, ming, and xdg-utils), Fedora (dpdk, firefox, glibc, nodejs-deep-extend, strongswan, thunderbird, thunderbird-enigmail, wavpack, xdg-utils, and xen), Gentoo (ntp, rkhunter, and zsh), openSUSE (Chromium, GraphicsMagick, jasper, opencv, pdns, and wireshark), SUSE (jasper, java-1_7_1-ibm, krb5, libmodplug, and openstack-nova), and Ubuntu (thunderbird).
OpenSUSE Leap 15 has been released.
“With a brand new look developed by the community, openSUSE Leap 15
brings plenty of community packages built on top of a core from SUSE Linux
Enterprise (SLE) 15 sources, with the two major releases being built in
parallel from the beginning for the first time. Leap 15 shares a common
core with SLE 15, which is due for release in the coming months. The first
release of Leap was version 42.1, and it was based on the first Service
Pack (SP1) of SLE 12. Three years later SUSE’s enterprise version and
openSUSE’s community version are now aligned at 15 with a fresh
rebase.” Leap 15 will receive maintenance and security updates for
at least 3 years.
Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (bind, libofx, and thunderbird), Debian (thunderbird, xdg-utils, and xen), Fedora (procps-ng), Mageia (gnupg2, mbedtls, pdns, and pdns-recursor), openSUSE (bash, GraphicsMagick, icu, and kernel), Oracle (thunderbird), Red Hat (java-1.7.1-ibm, java-1.8.0-ibm, and thunderbird), Scientific Linux (thunderbird), and Ubuntu (curl).