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NVIDIA 525.105.17 Linux Driver Backports IBT Kernel Compatibility, Other Fixes

Thursday 30th of March 2023 06:00:00 PM
While last week NVIDIA promoted their 530 Linux driver series to stable, for those using the prior NVIDIA 525 series production branch a new point release was issued today that backports several fixes...

Senator Warner’s RESTRICT Act Is Designed To Create The Great Firewall Of America

Thursday 30th of March 2023 05:49:45 PM
Earlier this month, we wrote about Mark Warner’s RESTRICT Act, mainly in the context of how it appeared to be kneejerk legislating in response to the moral panic around TikTok. Despite the bill being out for a few weeks, over the last few days, some of the discussion around it has gone viral, in particular […]

Daily Deal: The Ultimate Advanced Cybersecurity Bundle

Thursday 30th of March 2023 05:44:45 PM
The Ultimate Advanced Cybersecurity Bundle has 5 courses to help you become a cybersecurity expert. You’ll learn how to architect, engineer, integrate, and implement secure solutions across complex environments to support a resilient enterprise while considering the impact of governance, risk, and compliance requirements. Courses will introduce you to the NIST Risk Management Framework, and […]

How To Install ERPNext on AlmaLinux

Thursday 30th of March 2023 05:30:00 PM
In this tutorial, we are going to explain in step-by-step detail how to install ERPNext on AlmaLinux OS. ERPNext or Enterprise Resource Planning is an open-source integrated software solution that collects and organizes business information. ERPNext is built on the Frappe Framework in Python and Javascript that stores the data in the MySQL database server. […] The post How To Install ERPNext on AlmaLinux first appeared on LinuxHostSupport.

Trojanized Windows and Mac apps rain down on 3CX users in massive supply chain attack

Thursday 30th of March 2023 05:13:36 PM
Remember SolarWinds? A similar attack is playing out now against a new software supplier.

How to Install VirtualBox 7.0 on Ubuntu 22.04

Thursday 30th of March 2023 05:00:40 PM
By following these step-by-step instructions, you’ll learn how to easily install VirtualBox 7.0 on Ubuntu 22.04. The post How to Install VirtualBox 7.0 on Ubuntu 22.04 appeared first on Linux Today.

AMD CDX Bus Landing For Linux 6.4 To Interface Between APUs & FPGAs

Thursday 30th of March 2023 05:00:00 PM
Since last year AMD-Xilinx has been posting Linux patches for enabling CDX as a new bus between application processors (APUs) and FPGAs. The AMD CDX bus is now poised for introduction in the upcoming Linux 6.4 cycle...

How To Install LXD on Debian 11 Linux

Thursday 30th of March 2023 04:47:36 PM
nixCraft Patreon supporters can download the PDF version here and support independent content creators. You can install LXD pure-container hypervisor on Debian 11 Linux to run an unmodified version of Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora, Alpine, Arch and many other Linux distro. You can mimic AWS or different cloud instance types with LXD for testing and deployment purposes on your development machine. You can also run a GUI app such as Firefox completely isolated using LXD for security or privacy reasons. Let us see how to set up and use LXD on the Debian Linux 11 server or desktop. Love this? sudo share_on: Twitter - Facebook - LinkedIn - Whatsapp - Reddit The post How To Install LXD on Debian 11 Linux appeared first on nixCraft.

Appeals Court Reverses Awful Decision Finding That Holding Up A Sign Telling Drivers There Are Cops Ahead Is Not Free Speech

Thursday 30th of March 2023 04:27:29 PM
Officer Richard Gasparino of the Stamford, Connecticut police department couldn’t stand to have his “revenue diverted.” So, he arrested Michael Friend for the imaginary crime of holding up a sign warning motorists there was a sting operation in progress further up the road. The officer claimed Friend was “interfering with a police investigation” despite there […]

Systemd: Your Ultimate Guide to Linux System Management

Thursday 30th of March 2023 04:15:31 PM
Hey there, have you heard of Systemd? It’s a powerful and popular system and service manager for Linux operating systems that have replaced the traditional SysVinit system. It’s a real game-changer when it comes to starting and managing system services, ... The post Systemd: Your Ultimate Guide to Linux System Management appeared first on idroot.

Story-driven emotional action-adventure RPG 'Dreamed Away' gets a demo

Thursday 30th of March 2023 04:10:07 PM
Dreamed Away from Nicolas Petton and Pineapple Works is an upcoming emotional action-adventure RPG with psychological horror elements. There's now a demo available to try.

Easy Diffusion: A Stable Diffusion UI

Thursday 30th of March 2023 04:00:41 PM
Easy Diffusion offers a web user interface for Stable Diffusion, a deep learning text-to-image diffusion model. Learn more here. The post Easy Diffusion: A Stable Diffusion UI appeared first on Linux Today.

Watch 23 years' worth of programs failing to respond in Windows (from Windows 2000 to Windows 11) in just two minutes

Thursday 30th of March 2023 03:59:37 PM
In a nostalgic trip down memory lane, YouTube channel Nobel Tech has created a video showcasing the evolution of the infamous "This Program is Not Responding" Windows error message over the years. The video starts with the prompt in Windows 2000 and takes viewers on a journey through time, ending with the message that shows up in the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system, Windows 11. SEE ALSO: Downgrading Microsoft Windows -- from Windows 11 to Windows 1.01 The video highlights just how much Windows itself has changed over the years, and how little the error response has. Each version… [Continue Reading]

Blender 3.5 Released with New Sculpting Feature, Light Sampling, and More

Thursday 30th of March 2023 03:44:28 PM
Blender 3.5 open-source and free 3D graphics software has been released today as a major update that introduces several exciting new features and enhancements for digital graphic artists and designers.

MSI Laptops To Enjoy Better Linux Support Beginning With The 6.4 Kernel

Thursday 30th of March 2023 03:30:00 PM
Modern MSI laptops will see improved feature support with the upstream Linux 6.4 kernel this summer thanks to a new driver set to be merged...

How to Install WildFly With Nginx on Ubuntu 22.04

Thursday 30th of March 2023 03:00:42 PM
Wildfly is an application runtime used to build Java applications. Here’s how to install Wildfly with Nginx as a reverse proxy on Ubuntu 22.04. The post How to Install WildFly With Nginx on Ubuntu 22.04 appeared first on Linux Today. vulnerability and releases

Thursday 30th of March 2023 02:36:44 PM
The X.Org project has announced a vulnerability in its X server and Xwayland (CVE-2023-1393). This issue can lead to local privileges elevation on systems where the X server is running privileged and remote code execution for ssh X forwarding sessions. [...] If a client explicitly destroys the compositor overlay window (aka COW), the Xserver would leave a dangling pointer to that window in the CompScreen structure, which will trigger a use-after-free later. That has led to the release of xorg-server 21.1.8, xwayland 22.1.9, and xwayland 23.1.1.

[$] The trouble with MODULE_LICENSE() in non-modules

Thursday 30th of March 2023 02:31:34 PM
The kernel's hierarchical maintainer model works quite well from the standpoint of allowing thousands of developers to work together without (often) stepping on each others' toes. But that model can also make life painful for developers who are trying to make changes across numerous subsystems. Other possible source of pain include changes related to licensing or those where maintainers don't understand the purpose of the work. Nick Alcock has managed to hit all of those hazards together in his effort to perform what would seem like a common-sense cleanup of the kernel's annotations for loadable modules.

AMD EPYC Milan Still Gives Intel Sapphire Rapids Tough Competition In The Cloud

Thursday 30th of March 2023 02:30:00 PM
While waiting for AMD 4th Gen EPYC "Genoa" instances to become available via the major public cloud providers, I was curious to see how existing AMD EPYC Milan instances compare to Intel's new Sapphire Rapids instances in public preview on Google Cloud. While expecting some friendly competition, at the same vCPU size EPYC Milan was managing to deliver not only better performance-per-dollar but also even better raw performance in numerous workloads against the Google Cloud C3 Sapphire Rapids.

71 percent of employees have sensitive work data on personal devices

Thursday 30th of March 2023 02:05:56 PM
Allowing people to use their own devices for work comes with risks. A new report from SlashNext shows that 43 percent of employees were found to have been the target of a work-related phishing attack on their personal devices. When it comes to securing BYOD hardware, 90 percent of security leaders say that protecting employees' personal devices is a top priority, but only 63 percent say they definitely have the tools to do so adequately. "With the widespread use of personal mobile devices in the workplace, it is increasingly difficult for employers to ensure the security of sensitive information," says… [Continue Reading]

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