Remote code execution flaw in Samba

By corbet The Samba 4.1.17, 4.0.25 and 3.6.25
are available; they fix an unpleasant code-execution
vulnerability. See this
Red Hat security blog entry
for more information. “CVE-2015-0240
is a security flaw in the smbd file server daemon. It can be exploited by a
malicious Samba client, by sending specially-crafted packets to the Samba
server. No [authentication] is required to exploit this flaw. It can result in
remotely controlled execution of arbitrary code as root.

From: LWN


Running Bodhi 3.0.0 Legacy on Older Hardware

By Christine Hall There are many reasons why people use Bodhi Linux. Some use it because they really like the Enlightenment desktop, and Bodhi has pioneered the integration of Enlightenment to create a distro that is both beautiful, elegant and functional. Others use it because they want an operating system that stays out of their way. Again, although Enlightenment offers plenty of whistles and bells for those who need or want them, it can also be configured to be highly minimalist and use a very small amount of system resources.

From: LXer