So, systemd-resolved is enabled by default in Fedora 33. Most users won;t notice the difference, but if you use VPNs - or depend on DNSSEC, more on that at the bottom of this post - then systemd-resolved might be big deal for you. When testing Fedora 33, we found one bug report where a user discovered that systemd-resolved broke his VPN configuration.
Tuesday, November 17 2020 @ 11:24 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
The road to get Mageia 8 is winding, slow but steady.
The current situation is that major packages have been updated to latest versions, such as:
- latest Linux kernel 5.9.6 built for x86_64, i586, arm7l and aarch64 architectures,which can recognize all new released hardware since Mageia 7.1. We intend to release Mageia 8 with a Long Term Support Kernel. 5.10 will be the new LTS one, just around the corner for a December release. We will ship with this version.
We are happy to announce the release of Mageia 8 Beta 1. After the good feedback from Alpha 1, there have been some improvements and fixes for this release, we look forward to hearing your feedback and thoughts so that we can continue to get Mageia 8 ready for release.
Naming a CLI command requires deep and careful deliberation. Yet most commands seem to have been named with playful insouciance at best, and foolish indifference at worst - with neither the forethought required to stand the test of time, nor the respect demanded of the long and venerable history of the command line.
10 years ago, systemd was announced and swiftly rose to become one of the most persistently controversial and polarizing pieces of software in recent history, and especially in the GNU/Linux world. The quality and nature of debate has not improved in the least from the major flame wars around 2012-2014, and systemd still remains poorly understood and understudied from both a technical and social level despite paradoxically having disproportionate levels of attention focused on it.
After a little over three years in development, the team is excited to launch the long awaited Inkscape 1.0 into the world.
Built with the power of a team of volunteers, this open source vector editor represents the work of many hearts and hands from around the world, ensuring that Inkscape remains available free for everyone to download and enjoy.
Today I want to introduce a project I have been working on together (mostly in the background) with some colleagues of mine. Now with beta status reached, it's time to more publicly talk about it: enter Plasma Bigscreen
Due to the 2020.02.29 CAA Rechecking Bug 5.1k, we unfortunately need to revoke many Let's Encrypt TLS/SSL certificates. We are e-mailing affected subscribers for whom we have contact information
This post and thread will collect answers to frequently asked questions about this revocation, and how to avoid problems by renewing affected certificates early. If you are affected, please: thoroughly read this thread, and search the community forum, for an answer to your question.