Fedora Security Lab Workshop/Hackfest at Praha

There will be a workshop/hackfest on the Fedora Security Lab at Flock 2014. The location is Praha and the event Flock 2014. Find more details in the schedule....

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Alpine Linux 3.0.2 released

The Alpine Linux Project is pleased to announce Alpine Linux 3.0.2. This is a bugfix release of the v3.0 musl based branch. This release is based on the 3.14.8 kernel which has some critical security fixes. See the full annoucement … Continue ...

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Heiss

Heute Nacmittag habe ich das Temperatur-Maximum im Stau erlebt. Ich hatte schon das Gefühl, dass irgendetwas schmelzen wird… Damit hat das Auto schon fast den kompletten Temperatur-Bereich durchlebt, welcher sicher in den Spezifikation irgendw...

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Hotel-Tester

War das für einen Hotel-Tester gedacht? Manchmal denke ich, dass Haarnetze durchaus ihre Berechtigung haben....

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Flock Praha 2014

Flock is a conference for Fedora contributors to come together, discuss new ideas, and work to make those ideas a reality. Location: Thákurova 9 (FIT), 7 (FCE), 160 00 Praha 6, Czech Republic Date: 2014-08-06 – 2014-08-09 (Wednesday – Sa...

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SCAP Workbench

For the Fedora Security Lab we try to provide a plattform that is more than shipping a couple of packages on a live media. One thing we are goign to add in the near future is OpenSCAP. Right now it’s … Continue reading →...

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LinuxDay Dornbirn

As usual there is a small event in Austria in late November near the Swiss, German, and Lichtenstein border with around 300 visitors. LinuxDay has a very long history (14th edition) and strong anchoring in the local community. A couple … Conti...

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CentOS 7

Running a system which is derived from Fedora is always a journey back to the past….with RHEL and its clones it’s not different. Once there was no NetworkMananger, another time no Systemd. Today the differences between CentOS 7 and the &h...

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Alpine Linux 3.0.1 released

The Alpine Linux Project is pleased to announce Alpine Linux 3.0.1. This is a bugfix release of the v3.0 musl based branch. This release is based on the 3.14.8 kernel which has some critical security fixes. See the full annoucement … Continue ...

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Marketing went wrong…

Better than billion of player. Copy-and-paste is nice but please check the facts first especially if you are a clone....

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Super Aktion

Da spart man richtig Geld 😉...

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Alpine Linux 3.0.0 released

The Alpine Linux Project is pleased to announce Alpine Linux 3.0.0, the first release in v3.0 stable series. This is the first release with musl libc instead of uClibc and is not ABI compatible with earlier versions, so special care … Continue...

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OpenVAS 7 and Fedora II

A while back I talked about the latest OpenVAS release and packages for Fedora. I happy to announce that the packages now are in Fedora Rawhide. We would be happy to get feedback for packages. Thanks. A special thanks goes … Continue reading &...

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Alpine Linux 2.7.8 released

The Alpine Linux project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 2.7.8 of its Alpine Linux operating system. This is a bugfix release which is based on the 3.10.40 kernel that has some critical security fixes. Download: http://al...

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Alpine Linux 2.7.7 released

The Alpine Linux project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 2.7.7 of its Alpine Linux operating system. This is a bugfix release which is based on the 3.10.38 kernel. Download: http://alpinelinux.org/downloads Documentation:...

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