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Terás HDD árárért félterás SSD, valamikor 2020-ban

HWSW - k, 2016-09-27 11:00
Komoly árcsökkenést vizionál az SSD-k piacán a Samsung. A vállalat szerint 2020 környékére a mostani árak akár negyedére is csökkenhetnek a flash-alapú meghajtók árai.

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HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 4515

HUP adás-vétel - k, 2016-09-27 10:56

Fenti új/ csomagolássérült nyomtató, gyári teli patronokkal eladó.

iá: 25.000 Ft

Chrome OS-re is megérkezett a Play Store

HWSW - k, 2016-09-27 09:30
Már a legújabb, stabil Chrome OS verzióban is elérhető a Play Store, ezzel hivatalosan is elrajtoltak az androidos appok a Google asztali rendszerén - igaz, az alakalmazásboltot egyelőre csak két Chromebook modell felhasználói vehetik igénybe.

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Linux 4.8 rc8

LinuxToday - k, 2016-09-27 07:30
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DDoS Attacks Heading Toward 1-Terabit Record

LinuxToday - k, 2016-09-27 03:00
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Announcing the launch of Windows Server 2016

OSNews - k, 2016-09-27 00:22
I'm incredibly excited that this morning at our Ignite conference in Atlanta we launched the newest release of our server operating system - Windows Server 2016! Now that we're ready to share it with the world, I want to take a moment to thank our customers who helped shape this exciting release. Windows Server 2016 is jam-packed with innovation and customer response has been overwhelming, with more than half a million devices running our final Technical Preview which we released five months ago. These customers range from large global enterprises to private cloud hosters to organizations of every size from every corner of the globe.
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Announcing the KDE Advisory Board

Linux Weekly News - h, 2016-09-26 23:21
KDE e.V. introduces the KDE Advisory Board. "One of the core goals of the Advisory Board is to provide KDE with insights into the needs of the various organizations that surround us. We are very aware that we need the ability to combine our efforts for greater impact and the only way we can do that is by adopting a more diverse view from outside of our organization on topics that are relevant to us. This will allow all of us to benefit from one another's experience."
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Containing container chaos with Kubernetes

LinuxToday - h, 2016-09-26 19:30
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Security advisories for Monday

Linux Weekly News - h, 2016-09-26 18:23

Debian has updated imagemagick (code execution), libarchive (three vulnerabilities), openssl (regression in previous update), and unadf (two vulnerabilities).

Debian-LTS has updated dropbear (two vulnerabilities), dwarfutils (two vulnerabilities), mactelnet (code execution), openssl (multiple vulnerabilities), and policycoreutils (sandbox escape).

Fedora has updated bash (F24; F23: code execution) and firefox (F24; F23: multiple vulnerabilities).

Gentoo has updated bundler (installs malicious gem files) and qemu (multiple vulnerabilities).

Mageia has updated gdk-pixbuf2.0 (denial of service), golang (denial of service), libarchive (file overwrite), libtorrent-rasterbar (denial of service), php (multiple vulnerabilities), and wireshark (multiple vulnerabilities).

openSUSE has updated curl (Leap42.1: multiple vulnerabilities), flash-player (13.1: multiple vulnerabilities), gd (Leap42.1: multiple vulnerabilities), gtk2 (Leap42.1; 13.2: code execution), firefox, nss (Leap42.1, 13.2: multiple vulnerabilities), samba (Leap42.1: crypto downgrade), thunderbird (13.1: multiple vulnerabilities), tiff (13.1: multiple vulnerabilities), and wpa_supplicant (Leap42.1: multiple vulnerabilities).

Slackware has updated php (multiple vulnerabilities).

Ubuntu has updated openssl (regression in previous update).

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Andromeda, Google's Chrome OS-Android merger

OSNews - h, 2016-09-26 16:32
Update: more confirmation! With Google's event fast approaching on 4 October, the rumour mill is in full swing. We know we're going to get new 'made by Google' phones, which will drop the Nexus brand in favour of Pixel. However, there's going to be more to watch out for - everything is lining up for 4 October being a major turning point in Android's relatively recent history. If the rumours are to be believed - and with so many different sources all pointing towards the same thing, you can probably believe them - Google will unveil not just a few new phones, but a new operating system altogether, dubbed Andromeda. And, just like we've been talking about for a long time, this is the operating system that combines Android and Chrome OS into a desktop/laptop operating system. As 9to5google reports: Why so many mentions of Nexus 9 specifically in tandem with Andromeda? We asked the same question, and from what we can gather, Google is testing the Chrome OS/Android hybrid on the tablet. An anonymous source has told us of users running early builds of Andromeda on the Nexus 9, but we have not been able to obtain direct confirmation from those users. Why would Google be testing Andromeda on the Nexus 9? We don't know. But we do know that Andromeda is aimed at making Android better suited for devices like laptops, as well as 2-in-1s (like the unfortunately mediocre Pixel C) and perhaps tablets. Another interesting tidbit to note: it seems that the hidden free form window management feature that popped up in Nougat (but isn't user-facing) could appropriately see its debut with Andromeda. "SurfaceCompositionMeasuringActivity.java" mentions "Detect Andromeda devices by having free-form window management feature." The fact that Google is working on merging Android and Chrome OS is hardly news, but as more and more details come out, it seems to indeed be the case that Google is working on not just a smartphone operating system or a tablet operating system, but a full-fledged laptop/desktop operating system, complete with the kind of freeform window management we've come to expect from operating systems like MacOS and Windows. This is further confirmed by AndroidPolice: Two independent and reliable sources have confirmed to us that Google is planning a new Pixel laptop to be released in Q3 2017. The project, known internally as 'Bison' and by the informal nickname 'Pixel 3,' will likely be the first brand-new device to showcase Google's combined Android / Chrome OS 'Andromeda' operating system in a laptop form factor. Bison, then, would be the culmination of years of work by Google's Pixel team and Google's Android and Chrome OS teams. We are extremely confident Google plans for the device to run Andromeda. We are also confident that Andromeda is a completely distinct effort from Google's current campaign to bring Android apps to Chromebooks, and that Bison would not be marketed as a Chromebook. Android apps on Chrome OS descended from the ARC project, while Andromeda is a much larger, more ambitious initiative that is being pursued via merging Chrome features into Android, not vice versa. As such, it would be more accurate to say Bison will run Android than Chrome OS, and could finally be Google's internal commitment to releasing Andromeda. Taking all this into account, a tweet that came out late last week from Hiroshi Lockheimer, SVP of Android, Chrome and Google Play, is quite telling: "We announced the 1st version of Android 8 years ago today. I have a feeling 8 years from now we'll be talking about Oct 4, 2016." Much like Apple's similar efforts, I'm excited about what's happening on the Android side of things. It's clear by now that Google has very ambitious plans about moving Android forward and scaling it up to work on not just phones and tablets, but on laptops and desktops as well. Up until relatively recently, such endeavours would've been futile, because 'new' operating systems could never challenge the hegemony of Windows and OS X, but in today's world, where more and more especially younger people no longer rely on staples like Microsoft Office, or could get by just fine with the surprisingly good Android and iOS versions of Office, there's an opening for the laptop/desktop world to be shaken up. Now, a lot of this will, as always, depend on execution. I wouldn't be at all surprised to see Andromeda take a... Less laissez-faire approach to OEM and carrier customisations, and a more Chrome OS-like update policy (which is entirely free from meddling). There's also the question regarding Andromeda's relevance on phones - will it exist alongside 'classic' Android, or will Andromeda replace Android on phones and tablets as well? My guess would be yes - why unite Android and Chrome OS only to end up with another split - but that raises a whole bunch of other questions about possibly docking phones and using them with large screens and other input methods. I'm ready for 4 October.
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My Mom Runs Linux!

LinuxToday - h, 2016-09-26 16:30
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Folytatódik az Ericsson átszervezése

HWSW - h, 2016-09-26 15:13
Tovább húzódik az Ericsson vesszőfutása, a cég a visszaesett kereslettel párhuzamosan átszervezésre és elbocsátásokra kényszerül. Most a svédországi gyártósorok kerültek a vágódeszkára.

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OpenSSL security advisory for September 26

Linux Weekly News - h, 2016-09-26 15:12
This OpenSSL security advisory is notable in that it's the second one in four days; sites that updated after the first one may need to do so again. "This security update addresses issues that were caused by patches included in our previous security update, released on 22nd September 2016. Given the Critical severity of one of these flaws we have chosen to release this advisory immediately to prevent upgrades to the affected version, rather than delaying in order to provide our usual public pre-notification."
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