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[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 04:09:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Find Writable Files and Directories in Linux

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When managing a Linux system, ensuring the security and appropriate permissions of files and directories is crucial. Particularly, being aware of which files and directories have write permissions is important for system security and data integrity. This guide will show you how to use the find command to search recursively through the file system to identify files and directories based on their write permissions.

https://linuxconfig.org/find-all-files-with-write-permission-turned-on

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 05:26:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Systemd’s systemd-tmpfiles Command Can Put in Danger Your Home Directory

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A user reports that running systemd 256's "systemd-tmpfiles" command with the added "--purge" option can delete the home directory's contents.

https://linuxiac.com/systemd-tmpfiles-issue/

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 06:42:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: systemd 256.1: Now slightly less likely to delete /home

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Fixes catastrophic data loss, er, bug, er poorly documented feature... user error. Following closely after the release of version 256, version 256.1 fixes a handful of bugs. One of these is emphatically not systemd-tmpfiles recursively deleting your entire home directory. That's a feature.

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2024/06/20/systemd_2561_data_wipe_fix/

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 07:58:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Securing Linux Systems with eBPF: The Future of In-Kernel Observability and Security

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Learn about eBPF, its integration with Linux, applications in monitoring and securing systems, and more. Linux runs in IT infrastructure worldwide, including servers, cloud environments, virtual machines, and critical infrastructure. As the threat landscape changes and security threats become more sophisticated, the need for advanced security mechanisms has increased.

https://www.itprotoday.com:443/linux-os/securing-linux-systems-with-ebpf-the-future-of-in-kernel-observability-and-security

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 09:14:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: DRM lease protocol support finally merged for GNOME Wayland - great for VR fans

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VR fans rejoice! The GNOME project has finally pulled in DRM lease protocol support today, something required for getting VR under GNOME on Wayland working well.

https://www.gamingonlinux.com/2024/06/drm-lease-protocol-support-finally-merged-for-gnome-wayland-great-for-vr-fans/

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 10:31:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Firefox tips and tricks for online shopping

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My relationship with online shopping is ever evolving. It’s either a little too convenient, extremely gratifying or entirely too much fun. I’m an eBay hawk, a casual Amazon browser and a Sephora VIB member. I recently joined the team at Fakespot though, which changed the game for my online shopping habits.

https://blog.mozilla.org/en/products/firefox/firefox-tips/online-shopping-tips/

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 11:47:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: rdiff-backup – reverse differential backup tool

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rdiff-backup is a command-line reverse differential backup tool, over a network or locally. This is free and open source software written in Python.

https://linuxlinks.com/rdiff-backup-reverse-differential-backup-tool/

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 13:03:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Compex Introduces New Wi-Fi 7 Dual-Band Modules: WLE7002E25D and WLT7002E25D-E

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Compex Systems has expanded its range of wireless solutions by introducing two new Wi-Fi 7 modules: the WLE7002E25D and the WLT7002E25D-E. These modules are designed to enhance wireless performance and reliability, offering a cost-effective alternative to Wi-Fi 6 modules according to the company.

https://linuxgizmos.com/compex-introduces-new-wi-fi-7-dual-band-modules-wle7002e25d-and-wlt7002e25d-e/

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 14:19:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Raspberry Pi 5 Kernel Graphics Driver Support Will Hopefully Be Upstreamed Soon

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While the Raspberry Pi 5 debuted last September, the mainline Linux kernel support for this popular single board computer continues to lag behind the state of Raspberry Pi's downstream kernel.

https://www.phoronix.com/news/Raspberry-Pi-5-Kernel-DRM-Soon

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Subject: GStreamer 1.24.5 Promises Improved Multimedia Handling

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GStreamer 1.24.5 rolls out with improved AV1 support, enhanced error handling, and more robust WebRTC integration.

https://linuxiac.com/gstreamer-1-24-5-promises-improved-multimedia-handling/

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