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Security Leftovers

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7 more stories and list of FOSS patches

6 Best Linux project management software in 2023

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Project management solutions allow for efficient task management, project progress tracking, smooth team collaboration and several other benefits

5 Best Sticky Note Apps for Linux (2023)

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One of the best ways to take note of your schedule, chores, and things to do is by using sticky note apps

Red Hat: Flock to Fedora, Flatpak, and Cockpit

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Some Fedora-centric news

Gemini Articles of Interest

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Gemini protocol posts and pages from the past few days

Security Leftovers

tuxmachines.org - Sob, 06/10/2023 - 00:54
Another set of news

Wine 8.10 Released With Mouse Cursor Clipping Improvements

Phoronix - Sob, 06/10/2023 - 00:00
Wine 8.10 is out this weekend as the newest version of this open-source software allowing Windows applications and games to run gracefully on Linux, Chrome OS, macOS, and other platforms...

Linux Mint 21.2 with Cinnamon 5.8 Is Getting Support for Gestures

tuxmachines.org - Pet, 06/09/2023 - 23:41
Linux Mint 21.2 with the Cinnamon 5.8 desktop environment is getting gestures support for touchpads and touchscreens to control windows, workspaces, tiling, and media.

Linux Mint 21.2 Promises Better Support for Flatpak Apps, Faster File Management

tuxmachines.org - Pet, 06/09/2023 - 23:40
The upcoming Linux Mint 21.2 operating system promises better support for Flatpak apps, faster file management in Cinnamon, and many other exciting changes.

Programming Leftovers

tuxmachines.org - Pet, 06/09/2023 - 23:33
Only 3 for now

Security Leftovers

tuxmachines.org - Pet, 06/09/2023 - 23:04
half a dozen stories

Linux 6.5 To Add HuC Loading Support For Intel Meteor Lake

Phoronix - Pet, 06/09/2023 - 20:24
In addition to the drm-intel-next pull earlier this week that brought more Meteor Lake graphics on Linux and VRR eDP support among other changes set for Linux 6.5, on Thursday a new batch of drm-intel-gt-next code was submitted to DRM-Next ahead of this next kernel cycle...

[$] Two VFS topics

LWN.net - Pet, 06/09/2023 - 18:12
Two different topics concerning the virtual filesystem (VFS) layer were the subject of a session led by VFS co-maintainer Christian Brauner at the 2023 Linux Storage, Filesystem, Memory-Management and BPF Summit. As might be guessed, it was a filesystem-track session; Brauner had three separate items he planned on bringing up, but the discussion on the first two consumed the whole half-hour—and then some. A mechanism to avoid media-change races when mounting loop (or loopback) and other devices was disposed of fairly quickly, but the discussion around the mount-beneath feature went on at length.

[$] Addressing priority inversion with proxy execution

LWN.net - Pet, 06/09/2023 - 17:47
Priority inversion comes about when a low-priority task holds a resource that is needed by a higher-priority task, with the result that the wrong task is the only one that can run. This problem is arguably most acute in realtime settings, but it can happen in just about any system that has multiple tasks running. The variety of scheduling classes provided by the Linux kernel make handling priority inversion a difficult problem; the latest version of the proxy execution patch series points toward a possible solution.

Intel Updates Cluster Scheduling Linux Patches For Hybrid CPUs

Phoronix - Pet, 06/09/2023 - 17:36
Intel engineers have been working on new cluster scheduling code for the Linux kernel to better help with process scheduling for their modern hybrid processors. An updated version of these patches have now been posted for attempting to help with the Linux performance of Alder Lake CPUs and newer...

Google's Patches To Speed-Up Over-Committed Linux Guest VMs Are Looking Great

Phoronix - Pet, 06/09/2023 - 16:25
Google engineers have been working on Linux patches to improve the guest VM performance when the host encounters memory pressure or have over-committed too many guests. Similar patches already are used on Chrome OS and Google has been working to upstream the functionality under the mainline Linux kernel and have now provided some reference benchmark results...
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