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LattePanda Mu: A Micro x86 Compute Module with Intel N100 CPU

The LattePanda team has launched the LattePanda Mu, a new micro x86 compute module that features an Intel N100 CPU and supports both Windows and Linux operating systems. This module is designed for versatility and is particularly well-suited for applications in IoT, robotics, digital signage, and edge computing.

Linux-compatible AIO-3562JQ equipped with Rockchip RK3562J SoC

This week, T-Firefly unveiled the AIO-3562JQ, a robust development board powered by the Rockchip RK3562J processor, crafted to deliver high-performance output while maintaining low power consumption for continuous operation in demanding industrial environments.

DFI Introduces First Industrial MicroATX Motherboards with Support for Intel Core 12th/13th/14th Processors

DFI has announced the release of two groundbreaking Industrial MicroATX motherboards, the RPS310 and ADS310, acclaimed as the first in the industry to support Intel Core 12th, 13th, and 14th Gen Processors (Alder Lake-S, Raptor Lake-S, and Raptor Lake-S Refresh).


Ubuntu 24.10 and Debian Trixie Are Getting a Refined APT Command-Line Interface

APT developer and Canonical engineer Julian Andres Klode took to LinkedIn to present the revamped APT interface powered by the upcoming APT 3.0 package manager that looks to give users a more concise and well-laid-out command-line output when updating, installing, or removing packages via the terminal emulator.

KDE Frameworks 6.1 Released Ahead of the KDE Plasma 6.1 Desktop Environment

Highlights of KDE Frameworks 6.1 include a new filter for the icon chooser dialog so you can see only symbolic icons, or no symbolic icons, improved keyboard navigation in Kirigami sidebars powered by the GlobalDrawer component, and a bigger size of the “Get new Plasma Widgets” dialog.

Ardour 8.5 Open-Source DAW Improves Linux and AAF Import Support

Coming one and a half months after Ardour 8.4, the Ardour 8.5 release is here to improve Linux support by addressing a crash reported by users in version 8.4 that occurred whenever a file selection dialog was opened. According to the devs, the crash was triggered by the presence of certain icon files. Additionally, this release implements automatic handling of SIG32, which makes it easier to use Ardour --gdb on Linux systems.

TUXEDO Sirius 16 Gen2 All-AMD Linux Gaming Laptop Gets Faster Ryzen 7 CPU

TUXEDO Sirius 16 was TUXEDO Computers’ first all-AMD Linux gaming laptop, launched in November 2023. Now, TUXEDO Sirius 16 Gen2 is here with a faster processor (APU), namely the AMD Ryzen 7 8845HS with 8 cores, 16 threads, 24 MB cache, up to 5,1 GHz clock speed, and AMD Radeon 780M integrated graphics.

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Protection for Intermediaries Is Vital for the Internet in Mexico

We often overlook the factors that enable the Internet to accommodate a wide range of applications, from real-time surgeries to viral memes, and individual expression. Some of those factors are technical and some are policy.

Ubuntu 22.10 Users Get New Linux Kernel Security Update, 9 Vulnerabilities Patched

posted by Marius Nestor on Mar 24, 2023

Ubuntu 22.10 kernel update

The new kernel security update for Ubuntu 22.10 patches CVE-2022-2196, a vulnerability where the KVM VMX implementation failed to handle indirect branch prediction isolation between L1 and L2 virtual machines, allowing an attacker in a guest virtual machine to expose sensitive information from the host operating system or other guest virtual machines.

Also patched are CVE-2022-42328 and CVE-2022-42329, two race conditions discovered in the Xen network backend driver that could allow an attacker to cause a denial of service (kernel deadlock), as well as CVE-2023-0266, a use-after-free vulnerability discovered in the ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture) subsystem that could allow a local attacker to crash the system by causing a denial of service.

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