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Backdoor found in widely used Linux utility breaks encrypted SSH connections

Enlarge / Internet Backdoor in a string of binary code in a shape of an eye. (credit: Getty Images) Researchers have found a malicious backdoor in a compression tool that made its way into widely used Linux distributions, including those… Continue Reading →

Linux 6.9 Will Be the First To Top 10 Million Git Objects

An anonymous reader shares a report: Linus Torvalds has released version 6.8 of the Linux Kernel. “So it took a bit longer for the commit counts to come down this release than I tend to prefer,” Torvalds wrote on the… Continue Reading →

Linux market share passes 4% for first time; macOS dominance declines

Enlarge (credit: Getty) Linux reached 4.03 percent of global market share in February, according to data from research firm Statcounter. That takes Linux past the 3 percent milestone it reached in June 2023. While we’re still far from the Year… Continue Reading →

Canonical Intros Microcloud: Simple, Free, On-prem Linux Clustering

Canonical hosted an amusingly failure-filled demo of its new easy-to-install, Ubuntu-powered tool for building small-to-medium scale, on-premises high-availability clusters, Microcloud, at an event in London yesterday. From a report: The intro to the talk leaned heavily on Canonical’s looming 20th… Continue Reading →

HandBrake 1.7 Released With AMD VCN AV1 & NVIDIA NVENC AV1 Encoders

HandBrake 1.7 has been released today as a major update to this open-source, free, and cross-platform video transcoder application for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows systems. The post HandBrake 1.7 Released With AMD VCN AV1 & NVIDIA NVENC AV1 Encoders appeared… Continue Reading →

Top 5 Open-Source Collaboration Platforms for Linux in 2023

In this article, you will find a brief description of the best collaborative platforms for Linux in 2023 so that you can compare their potential and features and make the perfect choice. The post Top 5 Open-Source Collaboration Platforms for… Continue Reading →

Amazon Fire Tablets and other gear will reportedly switch away from Android

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images / What Hi-Fi Magazine) Amazon has been working on an in-house replacement for its Android-based Fire OS, codenamed “Vega” and built for easier app development, according to reporting from Janko Roettgers at Lowpass. Based on job… Continue Reading →

Linux Foundation’s ‘Super-Long-Term Stable Kernel Program’ Announces 10 Years of Support for Its 6.1 Kernel

Last week the Linux Foundation announced its Civil Infrastructure Platform project “has expanded its super-long-term stable kernel program with a 6.1-based series. “Just like for the previously started kernel series (4.4-cip, 4.19-cip and 5.10-cip), the project is committed to maintaining… Continue Reading →

Ubuntu 23.10 is a Minotaur that moves faster and takes up less space

Enlarge / The Ubuntu 23.10 desktop, working just fine before you start messing with it. Ubuntu 23.10, codenamed Mantic Minotaur, is the 39th Ubuntu release, and it’s one of the three smaller interim releases Canonical puts out between long-term support… Continue Reading →

Raspberry Pi OS Is Now Based on Debian Bookworm, Supports Raspberry Pi 5

The biggest change in the new Raspberry Pi OS release is that it’s now based on the latest Debian GNU/Linux 12 “Bookworm” operating system series. The post Raspberry Pi OS Is Now Based on Debian Bookworm, Supports Raspberry Pi 5… Continue Reading →

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