Bienvenue sur Lilotux !
Webmail Galerie MiKael Xavier Stephane


Le Monde

19 départements placés en alerte orange
Météo France a étendu la vigilance orange à tout le sud- ouest du pays, elle sera maintenue jusqu'à 23 heures vendredi 25 juillet.
Deux opposants à Poutine condamnés à quatre ans de prison
Sergueï Oudaltsov et Leonid Razvojaev avaient organisé les grandes manifestations de mai 2012, à la veille de l'investiture de Vladimir Poutine.
Le crash du vol AH 5017
Après la découverte des restes du vol d'Air Algérie disparu avec 116 personnes à bord, une réunion de crise est prévue ce matin à l'Elysée.
L'épave du vol AH 5017 d'Air Algérie a été retrouvée au Mali
« L'appareil a été clairement identifié malgré son état désintégré », précise l'Elysée.
Quatre journalistes, dont trois Américains, arrêtés en Iran
Trois d'entre eux ont la double nationalité américaine et iranienne.
Le trio Bergé-Niel-Pigasse manifeste son intérêt pour LCI
Les trois hommes se tiennent prêts à reprendre la chaîne si le CSA ne lui accorde pas le passage en gratuit qu'elle réclame.
Les tyrannosaures avaient-ils l'instinct grégaire ?
Des empreintes de pas fossilisées découvertes dans l'Ouest canadien paraissent présenter la marche coordonnée de trois individus.
Mali : gouvernement et rebelles établissent une feuille de route
Le gouvernement malien et les séparatistes du nord du pays ont signé un accord pour parvenir à une paix durable après plusieurs décennies de violences.
Les scénarios pouvant expliquer le crash du vol AH 5017
« On ne doit exclure aucune hypothèse avant d'avoir tous les éléments », a estimé Laurent Fabius après la disparition de l'avion d'Air Algérie dans le nord du Mali.
Avions et typhon : les images du jour
Notre sélection de photographies d'actualité de ces dernières vingt-quatre heures à travers le monde.

Linux Weekly News

Fedora 21 delayed three weeks
At yesterday's Fedora Engineering Steering Committee (FESCo) meeting, the release of Fedora 21 was delayed by three weeks (FESCo ticket), with the final release now scheduled for November 4. There are some problems with "test composes" of the release (creating test ISO images) that mean the deadline for the alpha release would be missed. The original plan was to delay for two weeks, but that put the freeze just before the Flock conference, so it was decided to push out an additional week.
An Interview with Karen Sandler (Model View Culture)
Over at Model View Culture, Adam Saunders interviews Karen Sandler, executive director of the Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) and formerly the executive director of the GNOME Foundation. Sandler talks about SFC, the Outreach Program for Women, as well as being a cyborg: "I was diagnosed with a heart condition and needed a pacemaker/defibrillator, and none of the device manufacturers would let me see the source code that was to be literally sewn into my body and connected to my heart. My life relies on the proper functioning of software every day, and I have no confidence that it will. The FDA generally doesn't review the source code of medical devices nor can the public. But multiple researchers have shown that these devices can be maliciously hacked, with fatal consequences.
Once you start considering medical devices, you quickly start to realize that it's all kinds of software that is life and society-critical - cars, voting machines, stock markets... It's essential that our software be safe, and the only way we can realistically expect that to be the case over time is by ensuring that our software is free and open. If there's catastrophic failure at Medtronic (the makers of my defibrillator), for example, I wouldn't be able to fix a bug in my own medical device."
Security updates for Thursday
CentOS has updated httpd (C7; C6; C5: multiple vulnerabilities).
Debian has updated iceweasel (multiple vulnerabilities) and openjdk-7 (multiple vulnerabilities).
Fedora has updated firefox (F20: multiple vulnerabilities).
Oracle has updated dovecot (OL7: denial of service), firefox (OL7; OL7; OL5: multiple vulnerabilities), gnutls (OL7: two vulnerabilities), httpd (OL7; OL6; OL5: multiple vulnerabilities), java-1.6.0-openjdk (OL7; OL7: multiple vulnerabilities), java-1.7.0-openjdk (OL7; OL7: multiple vulnerabilities), json-c (OL7: two denial of service flaws), kernel (OL7; OL6: two privilege escalations), kernel (OL7: multiple vulnerabilities), kernel (OL7:privilege escalation), libtasn1 (OL7: three vulnerabilities), libvirt (OL7: information disclosure/denial of service), lzo (OL7: denial of service/possible code execution), mariadb (OL7: multiple unspecified vulnerabilities), nss, nspr (OL7: code execution), openssl (OL7: multiple vulnerabilities), openssl098e (OL7: man-in-the-middle attack), qemu-kvm (OL7: many vulnerabilities), qemu-kvm (OL7: code execution), samba (?:), (tomcat (OL7: three vulnerabilities), and tomcat (OL7: three vulnerabilities).
Red Hat has updated kernel ( RHEL7; RHEL6.4; RHEL6; RHEL5: two privilege escalations) and qemu-kvm (RHEL7: many vulnerabilities).
Scientific Linux has updated kernel (SL6; SL5: two privilege escalations).
Slackware has updated httpd (multiple vulnerabilities), thunderbird (multiple vulnerabilities), and firefox (multiple vulnerabilities).
SUSE has updated libtasn1 (SLE11SP3: three vulnerabilities) and ppc64-diag (SLE11SP3: two vulnerabilities).
Ubuntu has updated apache2 (14.04, 12.04, 10.04: multiple vulnerabilities), jinja2 (12.04: code execution), lzo2 (14.04, 12.04: denial of service/possible code execution), and oxide-qt (14.04: multiple vulnerabilities).
Oracle Linux 7 released
Another of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) rebuilds has released its version of RHEL 7: Oracle Linux 7 for x86_64 is now available. It does add some features, including DTrace, Ksplice, and Xen. More information can be found in the release notes.
[$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for July 24, 2014
The LWN.net Weekly Edition for July 24, 2014 is available.
Valid CSS! Valid HTML 4.01!