The Wine Staging team has announced the release and immediate availability for download of Wine Staging 1.9.9, which comes hot on the heels of Wine 1.9.9, a development snapshot released last week.
Wine Staging 1.9.9 was released yesterday. This updates brings some smaller improvements.
Wine Staging, a playground for experimental Wine patches not yet ready to be accepted to the mainline tree, is out with their newest release that's powered off last week's official Wine 1.9.9 release.
Over the past two weeks, Wine-Staging developers spent time cleaning up some of the patches they were carrying in and got them merged to mainline. For v1.9.9, they were able to mainline more than thirty of their patches that they'll no longer need to carry in this experimental tree. They also dropped their libcef system call workaround for Steam now that there's a command-line switch to workaround the CEF sandboxing.
eWEEK: No surprise, but once again mediaserver is identified as being vulnerable, as Google patches two critical and five high impact vulnerabilities in the component.
Have you seen the latest episode of Person of Interest?
If not, what I will tell will be spoiler: so if you dont want it to be spoiled do not read the following.
Basicly, root is trying to build a supercomputer using Playstations... and she says "... and their OS can be overwritten with linux"...
I giggled! ;psubmitted by /u/eraof5
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: JR Rivers discusses his transitioning role in Cumulus Networks and what the next major release of Cumulus Linux will include.
Last week, we reported on the release of the first maintenance version of the stable Vivaldi 1.0 web browser, build 1.1, which has been rebased on the Chromium 50 open-source project.
We've been informed by Vivaldi's Ruarí Ødegaard that Vivaldi 1.1.453.52-1 stable update is now available for all platforms, bringing the latest security fixes from upstream, which means that the web browser has been upgraded to Chromium 50.0.2661.94.
If you are a newcomer to Linux you may not even have an idea what Ndiswrapper is even though it was very much used a number of years ago, but nevertheless, Ndiswrapper 1.60 has been released.
We have met some really helpful while putting together this bid, both at the Manchester Metropolitan University, which is our proposed venue, and at the Marketing Manchester conference bureau, who have helped make the bid document. Thanks to both.