The Great Bank Heist, or Death by 1,000 Cuts?

LinuxSecurity.com: I received a number of media requests and emails from readers over the weekend to comment on a front-page New York Times story about an organized gang of cybercriminals pulling off “one of the largest bank heists ever.” Turns out, I reported on this gang’s activities in December 2014, although my story ran minus many of the superlatives in the Times piece.

From: Linux Security

Testing the most recent Nova-Docker driver on Ubuntu 14.04&&devstack env recoverable between reboots

By Boris Derzhavets

Recently new patch https://review.openstack.org/#/c/154750/ merged
https://github.com/stackforge/nova-docker.git what made possible to test Nova-docker driver built via current git tree status with the most recent openstack code obtained by devstack by cloning https://git.openstack.org/openstack-dev/devstack However,nova-docker containers have been lost after every reboot due to bridge br-ex came up with no IP and running ./rejoin-stack.sh didn’t help much. This post describes workaround for this issue.

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From: Linux.com

Distribution Release: Frugalware Linux 2.0

By distro@distrowatch.com After long development delays and massive infrastructure troubles, the Frugalware development team has finally released Frugalware Linux 2.0, a general-purpose distribution for intermediate and advanced Linux users: “Frugalware 2.0 (Rigel) released. The Frugalware developer team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Frugalware Linux 2.0, our twentieth….

From: DistroWatch

Wayland 1.7.0

By ris Bryce Harrington has announced
the release
of Wayland 1.7.0. “The Wayland protocol may be
considered “done” but that doesn’t mean
there’s not work to be done. This release focused on major improvements
to Wayland’s documentation, minor improvements to the testsuite, and
some scattered bugfixes to the code itself.

From: LWN