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BSD Newsletter

  • ServerWatch: NetBSD, for When Portability and Stability Matter
  • NewsForge: A week in the BSD CLI
  • Stephanie security add-ons for OpenBSD 3.6 released
  • NetBSD Quarterly Status Report: July - September 2004
  • NetBSD Quarterly Status Report
  • internetnews.com: FreeBSD, Stealth-Growth Open Source Project
  • First Quarterly Status Report for NetBSD
  • New NetBSD port: NetBSD/Xen
  • Traakan released file system component of its NAS software for NetBSD
  • FreeBSD 5.2 released

Debian Planet

  • Eclipse 3.0 on Debian Woody
  • Debian Planet Four Years Old
  • Simple Debian Firewall for Beginners
  • Ubuntu Linux Preview Released
  • Progress Towards Sarge
  • GNOME 2.6 Enters Sarge. 2.7 in Experimental.
  • Debian Lessons Updated
  • Understanding how "testing" works
  • Debian Project Unable to Deploy Sender ID
  • Release Update: Sarge in September?
  • Debian AMD64: A Split Personality?
  • Mozilla Firefox 0.9.1 soon to be in unstable?
  • Debian GNU/kFreeBSD Live CD
  • German Government Linux Desktop
  • Debian Artwork

Freshmeat

  • gavamail 0.1beta1 (MdirGavaMail)
  • FreeVMS 0.0.60 (Unstable kernel)
  • Tasks Pro 1.5b4
  • Solunas Hotel Management 1.2.5
  • GLobal Application Network 0.1
  • Misfit Model 3D 1.1.1 (Development)
  • BixData 0.08 (Stable)
  • Viewmol 2.4.1
  • Source Mage GNU/Linux 1.11.1 (Sorcery)
  • Streamlined Blackhole List Server 0.8.1

Librenix

  • Fedora Core 3 Screenshots: Worth the upgrade?
  • Book Review: Knoppix Hacks
  • Emulating legacy operating systems on Linux
  • Guide to Encryption
  • Book Review: How Tomcat Works
  • Review: Feather Linux Live CD
  • FreeBSD for Linux Users
  • Fedora Core 3 and SELinux
  • Review: The easy to use Lycoris Desktop/LX 1.4
  • Tao Linux Screenshots
  • Audio Editing for Linux: Wired
  • Encrypt your USB Thumbdrive
  • Book Review: Learning Unix for Mac OS X Panther
  • Linux on a flash drive
  • IBM releases Emfatic Language for Eclipse

LinuxSecurity.com

  • Trustix: iptables Loading too many modules
  • Fedora: abiword-2.0.12-4.fc3 update
  • Red Hat: samba security vulnerabilities fix
  • Gentoo: Ruby Denial of Service issue
  • Trustix: gd samba sqlgrey sudo Various security fixes
  • Gentoo: BNC Buffer overflow vulnerability
  • Debian: imagemagick arbitrary code execution fix
  • Trustix: apache automake bind console-tools Package bugfix
  • Suse: samba remote buffer overflow
  • Red Hat: libxml2 security vulnerabilities fix
  • Fedora: httpd-2.0.52-3.1 update
  • Fedora: httpd-2.0.51-2.9 update
  • Fedora: gdb-6.1post-1.20040607.43 update
  • Fedora: subversion-1.1.1-1.1 update
  • Fedora: subversion-1.0.9-1 update

Use Perl;

  • Perl 5.8.6 RC1 is out
  • This Week on perl5-porters (Oct 18-31 2004)
  • Jerusalem.pm Call For Speakers
  • This Week on perl5-porters (Oct 11-17 2004)
  • Israel.pm October Meeting Announcement
  • Parrot 0.1.1 "Poicephalus" Released
  • This Week on perl5-porters (Oct 04-10 2004)
  • YAPC::AU / OSDC Registrations Open
  • Section and Topic Exclusion Working Again
  • This Week on perl5-porters (Sep 25 - Oct 03 2004)

Linux Today

  • CIO Today: Will Firefox Ignite Enterprises?
  • Silicon.com: Open-source vs Proprietary Security: 'Too Close to Call'
  • Groklaw: Love Finds a Way?--Microsoft Invests in Vintela
  • Computer Business Review: S1 Commits to Linux in the Front Office
  • SearchWin2000: Juice Maker Squeezes Out IT Infrastructure Savings
  • ComputerWeekly: Apache Hands Geronimo Compliance Weapons
  • Volkerding: "Last Post?"
  • IDA: Dutch City of Haarlem Migrates to OpenOffice
  • Federal Computer Weekly: Local Execs Praise Open Source
  • OSNews: Fedora Core 3 vs. SUSE 9.2 Professional

Linux Weekly News

  • Tuesday security updates
  • Securing Linux, Part 2: Planning the installation (IBM developerWorks)
  • The Upcoming Changes of the Gnome Subsystem (GnomeDesktop)
  • HP Drives Mainstream Adoption of Open Source Software with JBoss Deal
  • SSC Publishing to Launch TUX
  • CollabNet: Bringing open source to the rest of us (Silicon.com)
  • gnuLinEx 2004 Launched (Linux Journal)
  • Senate May Ram Copyright Bill (Wired)
  • Factory of the Future? (Newsweek)
  • Monday security updates
  • Is Open Source the new cell phone?
  • Novell Linux Desktop reviewed: A New Linux Desktop for Enterprise Customers
  • Venezuelan government institutions may adopt GNU/Linux (VHeadline.com)
  • Gentoo Weekly Newsletter
  • Interview with Red Hat Vice President of Open Source Affairs Michael

OpenBSD Journal

  • OpenBSD/vax on SIMH
  • OpenBSD User documentation project started
  • Ask undeadly: Superports?
  • Theo de Raadt to speak twice in Edmonton next week.
  • Update on wireless firmware vendors

RootPrompt

  • Sun takes the wraps off of Solaris 10
  • Hardware Hacking Projects for Geeks
  • What is encryption?
  • Emulating legacy operating systems on Linux
  • Passwords - Common Attacks and Possible Solutions
  • Feather Linux: The Swiss Army Knife of LiveCDs
  • FreeBSD for Linux Users
  • Beepway's Product: Real Time Tracking With Linux
  • ht://Dig as a powerful Search Engine
  • Pro Music Production with Wired on Linux
  • Linux on a flash drive
  • SSH User Identities
  • Advanced Kickstart Techniques
  • Kino Tips
  • Richard Stallman Meets the World Scout Bureau

SecurityFocus

  • Vulns: Mark Zuckerberg Thefacebook Multiple Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerabilities
  • Vulns: Webroot Software Spy Sweeper Enterprise Plain Text Password Storage Weakness
  • Vulns: AlShare Software NetNote Server Remote Denial of Service Vulnerability
  • Vulns: Qualcomm Eudora MIME Attachment Spoofing Vulnerability
  • Vulns: Aztek Forum Multiple Input Validation Vulnerabilities
  • Vulns: Chacmool Private Message System Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • BugTraq: Flaws in SP2 security features, part II
  • BugTraq: Re: New URL spoofing bug in Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • BugTraq: Skype callto:// BoF technical details
  • BugTraq: TSLSA-2004-0058 - multi
  • More rss feeds from SecurityFocus