Security updates have been issued by CentOS (kernel), Debian (kernel, linux-4.9, postgresql-9.4, and ruby-zip), Fedora (cgit, firefox, knot-resolver, mingw-LibRaw, php-symfony, php-symfony3, php-symfony4, php-zendframework-zend-diactoros, php-zendframework-zend-feed, php-zendframework-zend-http, python2-django1.11, quazip, sox, and thunderbird-enigmail), openSUSE (python-Django and seamonkey), Oracle (kernel), Red Hat (kernel, kernel-rt, and redhat-virtualization-host), Scientific Linux (kernel), Slackware (openssl), SUSE (clamav, firefox, kernel, and samba), and Ubuntu (kernel, libxml2, linux, linux-aws, linux-kvm, linux-raspi2, linux-snapdragon, linux-hwe, linux-azure, linux-gcp, linux-lts-trusty, linux-lts-xenial, linux-aws, linux-raspi2, and samba).
Security updates have been issued by Debian (blender, openjdk-8, postgresql-9.6, and sam2p), Fedora (libmspack, mingw-glib2, mingw-glibmm24, and rsyslog), Mageia (blender, glpi, godot, kernel, lftp, libjpeg, libsndfile, libsoup, mariadb, mp3gain, openvpn, and soundtouch), openSUSE (cgit, libvirt, mailman, NetworkManager-vpnc, and sddm), Slackware (bind), and SUSE (ffmpeg, glibc, and libvirt).
Security updates have been issued by Debian (kernel), Fedora (ceph, exiv2, myrepos, and seamonkey), openSUSE (libofx and znc), Oracle (kernel), Red Hat (qemu-kvm-rhev), SUSE (clamav, kernel, and rubygem-sprockets-2_12), and Ubuntu (gnupg, lftp, libxcursor, linux-hwe, linux-azure, linux-gcp, linux-raspi2, and lxc).
Ars technica covers
the release of Android 9 “Pie”. “Android Pie is a major update for Android. Large chunks of the OS get a UI makeover in line with Google’s updated Material Design guidelines. There is an all-new notification panel, a reworked recent-apps screen, new settings, and tons of system UI changes. There’s support for devices with notched displays (like the iPhone X) and a gesture navigation system (also like the iPhone X). So far, battery life on the preview builds has been great, with improvements like the AI-powered adaptive battery system, a new auto-brightness algorithm, and changes to CPU background processing.”
Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (cgit, python-django, and python2-django), Debian (ant, cgit, libmspack, python-django, symfony, vim-syntastic, and xml-security-c), Fedora (kernel-headers, libao, libvorbis, mingw-gdal, mingw-xerces-c, and python-XStatic-jquery-ui), openSUSE (bouncycastle, java-10-openjdk, libgcrypt, libsndfile, mutt, nautilus, ovmf, python-dulwich, rpm, util-linux, wireshark, and xen), Oracle (kernel), Red Hat (kernel, openslp, rhvm-setup-plugins, and xmlrpc), and SUSE (glibc, kernel-firmware, libsoup, openssl, and yast2-ftp-server).
The OpenWrt community has announced
the first release of the OpenWrt 18.06 stable version series. “It
incorporates over 4000 commits since branching the previous LEDE 17.01
release and has been under development for well over a year. With this
release, the re-merged OpenWrt project attempts to define a
baseline for future development based on the technological modernization
and refined release processes done by the former LEDE project.”
Security updates have been issued by Debian (network-manager-vpnc), Fedora (wireshark), Oracle (java-1.7.0-openjdk and yum-utils), Red Hat (chromium-browser, java-1.7.0-openjdk, memcached, qemu-kvm-rhev, and yum-utils), Scientific Linux (java-1.7.0-openjdk and yum-utils), Slackware (file and seamonkey), SUSE (gdk-pixbuf, libcgroup, libcgroup1, libvirt, and sssd), and Ubuntu (mysql-5.5 and mysql-5.5, mysql-5.7).
Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (libextractor and wesnoth), Debian (ffmpeg, fuse, libidn, mercurial, openssl, policykit-1, tomcat7, tomcat8, wireshark, and wordpress), Fedora (java-1.8.0-openjdk, java-openjdk, libpng10, php, sox, and suricata), Gentoo (curl and znc), openSUSE (bouncycastle, Chromium, cinnamon, e2fsprogs, ImageMagick, kernel, libgcrypt, mercurial, openssh, openssl-1_0_0, openssl-1_1, python, qutebrowser, rubygem-sprockets, shadow, and xen), Slackware (kernel), and SUSE (java-10-openjdk, kernel, libgcrypt, libvirt, mutt, and xen).
Security updates have been issued by Debian (ant, evolution-data-server, libarchive-zip-perl, mailman, resiprocate, slurm-llnl, and sympa), Mageia (firmware, kernel, microcode, and wesnoth), openSUSE (Chromium), Oracle (openslp and thunderbird), Red Hat (java-1.7.0-oracle, java-1.8.0-oracle, kernel, qemu-kvm-rhev, and thunderbird), SUSE (kernel, nautilus, and xen), and Ubuntu (ant and clamav).
Security updates have been issued by Debian (network-manager-vpnc), Fedora (haproxy, mailman, and NetworkManager-vpnc), Mageia (clamav, ffmpeg, rust, thunderbird, and wireshark), Oracle (java-1.8.0-openjdk and openslp), Red Hat (rh-ror42-rubygem-sprockets and rh-ror50-rubygem-sprockets), Scientific Linux (java-1.8.0-openjdk and openslp), SUSE (ImageMagick, libofx, php53, and python-dulwich), and Ubuntu (linux, linux-aws, linux-azure, linux-gcp, linux-kvm, linux-oem, linux-hwe, linux-azure, linux-gcp, mutt, and python-cryptography).
Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (apache, networkmanager-vpnc, and znc), Debian (gosa, opencv, and slurm-llnl), Fedora (evolution, evolution-data-server, evolution-ews, gnome-bluetooth, libtomcrypt, podman, python-cryptography, and rust), Gentoo (passenger), Red Hat (java-1.8.0-openjdk and openslp), Slackware (php), SUSE (openssl-1_1, procps, python, rsyslog, rubygem-passenger, and xen), and Ubuntu (mutt).
Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (curl, lib32-curl, lib32-libcurl-compat, lib32-libcurl-gnutls, libcurl-compat, and libcurl-gnutls), Debian (blender, ffmpeg, and wordpress), Fedora (curl), Gentoo (tqdm), Oracle (kernel), Slackware (mutt), SUSE (xen), and Ubuntu (policykit-1).
Stable kernels 4.17.7, 4.14.56, 4.9.113, and 4.4.141 have been released. The 4.17.7 kernel is broken for i386 systems. “I did this release anyway with this known problem as there is a fix in here for x86-64 systems that was nasty to track down and was affecting people. Given that the huge majority of systems are NOT i386, I felt this was a safe release to do at this point in time.” Beyond that, these kernels all contain the usual set of important fixes.