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16 Feb, 2018 By & filed under Maintenance
The release of GLIBC version 2.27 marks a new step on the Linux technology roadmap, with major new features that will allow Linux developers to create and enhance applications. This blog post describes several key new features and how to use them.
12 Apr, 2017 By & filed under Maintenance
One of the technologies behind the revolution of the Internet is the hypertext preprocessor, or PHP. PHP is one of the most common programming languages used for website and web application development.
21 Mar, 2017 By & filed under Maintenance
The Dirty COW exploit (CVE-2016-5195) is a race condition that allows an attacker to gain root access to any vulnerable system, and can even be exploited from within a Docker* container. This vulnerability existed in the Linux* kernel for nine years befor
04 Oct, 2016 By & filed under Maintenance
Part 1 of 2: a high-level introduction to signature verification in the Clear Linux software updater
Clear Linux made updates to the Linux Kernel 4.7, Ceph, and X server. Hardware accelerated GStreamer support is being added to Clear Linux and the Non-VM docker implementation has switched to overlayfs! See all the component updates below!
Clear Linux added support for OpenGL and the Vulkan API, the Linux Kernels were updated as well as Rust language. All of the Clear Linux package sources are available as git trees, there is new performance tuning and additional images being released!