There was an error in the automatic update and could not be disabled, the developer decided to abandon Snap and Ubuntu

Recently, Dutch developer Remy van Elst complained about the problems caused by snap automatic updates through his blog, and decided to delete snap and chose to abandon Ubuntu. After upgrading to Ubuntu 20.04, Remy installed CLion via snap, because it is obviously more convenient than downloading and installing manually. But just last weekend, he discovered… Continue reading There was an error in the automatic update and could not be disabled, the developer decided to abandon Snap and Ubuntu

Ubuntu Server 20.04 installer showed plaintext encryption password in log

The Ubuntu Server 20.04 installer contained a vulnerability that revealed the encryption password of a disk volume after installation in plaintext in the installation log. The bug has since been resolved. The vulnerability, which could allow unauthorized users to read the passwords, is being given the code CVE-2020-11932 . Canonicals Subiquity installer, which is only… Continue reading Ubuntu Server 20.04 installer showed plaintext encryption password in log

New Linux vulnerability that could allow an attacker to intercept a VPN connection

Security researchers have discovered a new vulnerability that could allow a potential attacker to intercept a VPN connection on an affected * NIX device and inject arbitrary data payloads into IPv4 and IPv6 TCP streams. They have dedicated security flaws tracked as CVE-2019-14899 to distributions and Linux kernel security teams, as well as others affected,… Continue reading New Linux vulnerability that could allow an attacker to intercept a VPN connection

Ubuntu 19.10: It’s like fast so that “old hardware feels new”,

Ubuntu’s: 19.10 Removing like a quick “so that old hardware feels new”.Zfs file system is also supported (although it is “experimental”). The leaves are spinning. The temperature has dropped. This is a sure sign that a full fall release is upon us if we live in the northern hemisphere. But in 2019 the situation is… Continue reading Ubuntu 19.10: It’s like fast so that “old hardware feels new”,

Ubuntu 19.04 official version has been released.

Ubuntu 19.04 official version has been released. Ubuntu 19.04 is based on the Linux 5.0 distribution and brings support for the AMD Radeon RX Vega M graphics processor and full support for the Raspberry Pi 3B/3B+ and Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. This version also brings toolchain upgrades, including glibc 2.29, OpenJDK 11, and more. This release… Continue reading Ubuntu 19.04 official version has been released.

Ubuntu MATE launches Raspberry Pi version

Ubuntu Bionic Beaver-based Ubuntu MATE released version of the Raspberry Pi in version 18.04. Ubuntu MATE officially released two independent images of arm32 (ARMv7 32-bit) and arm64 (ARMv8 64-bit), optimized for the Raspberry Pi, mainly supporting Raspberry Pi Model B 2.3 and above. The official introduction of Ubuntu MATE for the Raspberry Pi provides a… Continue reading Ubuntu MATE launches Raspberry Pi version