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Episode 219 Kernel Krampus

Posted by Tom Lawrence on December 19, 2016 in Show-mp3 |
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Recording from the Podcast Detroit Studios: http://www.podcastdetroit.com/event/sunday-morning-linux-review/

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Summary

Listener Feedback
Time:13:19
Distro Fever
Time:15:48
Tech News:
Time:24:26
Outtro Music
Time:59:42


Intro:

Tony Bemus, Tom Lawrence, and Mary Tomich

Sound bites by Mike Tanner

Listener Feedback

Time:21:08


Distro Fever

Time:15:48

Distrowatch.com


Tech News:

Time:24:36

Ubuntu 17.04 Swaps Swap Partitions for Swap Files

http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2016/12/ubuntu-17-04-drops-swaps-swap-partitions-swap-files

 

Reliably compromising Ubuntu desktops by attacking the crash reporter
https://donncha.is/2016/12/compromising-ubuntu-desktop/

 

New KdenLive release

https://kdenlive.org/2016/12/kdenlive-16-12-released/

 

Ribbon UI coming as an option to Libre Office

http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2016/12/microsoft-office-ribbon-ui-coming-libreoffice

 

The Swiss have released an open source voting system

https://github.com/republique-et-canton-de-geneve/chvote-1-0

 

Linux 4.9 Roaring Lionus released , lots of added ARM support & next version will be 4.10

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/12/11/linux_4_9_released/

 

Canonical isn’t pleased with cloud providers who are publishing broken, insecure images of Ubuntu despite being notified several times. In a blogpost, Mark Shuttleworth, the founder of Ubuntu, and the Executive Chairman and VP, Product Strategy at Canonical, made the situation public for all to see

https://insights.ubuntu.com/2016/12/01/taking-a-stand-against-unstable-risky-unofficial-ubuntu-images/

 

OpenVPN getting a security audit from OSTIF &

https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2016/12/09/openvpn-security-audits/

 

full reliable 0day drive-by exploit against Fedora 25 + Google Chrome, by breaking out of Super Nintendo Entertainment System emulation via cascading side effects from a subtle and interesting emulation error via the SPC700 audio co-processor

https://scarybeastsecurity.blogspot.co.uk/2016/12/redux-compromising-linux-using-snes.html

 

Mar i/o machine learning Super Mario explained

https://youtu.be/qv6UVOQ0F44

 

NetGear Hack

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/12/13/netgear_r7000_r6400_r8000_security/

 

 



Outtro Music

Time:59:42

CrumbSnatchers Short Leash https://www.jamendo.com/track/1345631/a-short-leash

 

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1 Comment

  • Simon Brown says:

    You mentioned linux mint 18.1, and then talked about the way that Unity made good use of widescreen laptops/monitors as its launchers were on the left. True, which is one reason why so many people requested the ability to use vertical panels in Cinnamon, and why it was included in Cinnamon 3.2 which is in mint 18.1. I’m not a Unity user, but the Unity screenshots usually show a status/menu line across the top. Cinnamon 3.2 does not require this, you can run with just vertical panels on one or two sides if that suits your workflow.

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