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This. Utterly confusing to the users. Thank you 90's Linux users for defending this nonsense in Anaconda!
 
Help! Just installed Fedora on my hard drive. I thought I gave it all disk space but apparently not.
1. Why is there a root and a home partition and why are all my applications being stored on the root?
2. How do I move applications to the home partition?
3. What is being stored in the home partition?
4. Can I, or rather should I join these two partitions with gParted or some other partition editor?  
5.Fedora is currently the only OS on my hard drive and if I am not mistaken you cannot edit a mounted drive. How do I get around this?
6. What is swap?
Thanks in advance
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Uhm, tried attempting reading with comprehension?
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Seems like Perl reached the same crap level as Java while I was not looking. Great.
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Thinking about to put this on ic2 background...
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You can now log to systemd-journald from Perl.
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Looks like #Linaro #LCA14 is a very weird place indeed :)
 
The look on +Jon Masters' face when he met the hottest Bond girl. #Linaro #LCA14
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We've had more than a few press enquiries at OpenSSL about the timeline of the CVE-2014-0160 (heartbleed) issue.  Here's the OpenSSL view of the timeline:

April 01 - Google contact OpenSSL security team with details of the issue and a patch.  We allocate CVE-2014-0160 to this issue.    Original plan was to push that week, but it was postponed until April 09  to give time for proper processes.

April 07 - OpenSSL notify some OS vendors under embargo about the issue telling them the issue should be public on April 09.  (Some other infrastructure vendors were notified directly by the issue finders).

April 07 - CERT-FI contact OpenSSL security team members with details of the same issue as found by Codenomicon.

April 07 - The coincidence of the two finds of the same issue at the same time increases the risk while this issue remained unpatched.  OpenSSL therefore released updated packages that day.

April 07 - OpenSSL updates, vulndb, and security advisory gets made public.
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How we use the Internet even if it's all broken and insecure tells us how much more we value connectedness than security and control.
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One day I'll learn enough Python to understand why is it so easy to break CTRL+C and SIGPIPE handling.
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Just want to share that, drawn by one of the participants of my +Inkscape workshop at Smallworld Cambodia in Phnom Penh
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Remember the days where kernel-panic backtraces didn't fit onto your screen? I do! And I also know that 70% of the screen are usually blank. That's a thing of the past now!

Just sent DRM-Log to dri-devel. It's a small helper to render the kernel log onto any framebuffer. It's meant for debugging, oops/panic screens, and obviously for CONFIG_VT=n.

It is not optimized for speed, nor does it win a beauty contest. But it serves its use-case quite well: printing kernel-logs to debug early-boot/late-shutdown/oops/panics. And it comes with some handy extensions: multiple columns (1 to n) and integer-scaling (1 to n) (only in v2), so you can get readable backtraces on high-dpi displays, but also a long-backlog on wide displays.

High-level integration into DRM-core and drivers still on-going, but the bulk of the work is done now! Attached is a screenshot during early-boot on my machine with 2 columns on 1080p.

http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/dri-devel/2014-March/055136.html
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