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Ubuntu publisher, Samsung, Huawei join major open-source security initiative

Security has always been of utmost importance to the entire open source ecosystem. Eric S. Raymond, one of the luminaries of the open source movement, in his famous essay, Cathedral and the Bazaar, wrote “given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow.” While still true, the complexity of software, and the increasing number of collaborators, puts an increasing onus on the eyeballs hunting for vulnerabilities. In addition to well-defined security policies at a project level, virtually all of the top organisations that contribute to open source software have security initiatives of their own. Read more

2 Ways to Install Citrix Receiver and Connect to Desktops from Ubuntu and Other Linux

After a long trial and error, I managed to get Citrix Workspace App (formerly Receiver) working in Ubuntu and Other Linux. This guide explains 2 Ways to Install Citrix Receiver and Connect to Desktops from Ubuntu and Other Linux. Read more

LibreOffice 7.0.3 Released with More Than 90 Bug Fixes, Update Now

Initially scheduled for the first or second week of November, LibreOffice 7.0.3 is here only three weeks after LibreOffice 7.0.2 to address some important issues discovered in the Calc component, which were introduced in the previous update, as well as to improve to document compatibility. LibreOffice 7.0.3 includes a total of 92 bug fixes, and you can study them all here. If you’re using the LibreOffice 7.0 office suite series on your personal computer, I highly recommend that you update to the new version as soon as possible if you want to experience improved stability and reliability, hopefully without any critical bugs. Read more

Nvidia 455.38 Adds GeForce RTX 3070 Support, AMD Secure Memory Encryption Compatibility

Nvidia 455.38 is the second short-lived driver that Nvidia releases this month. Coming three weeks after Nvidia 455.28, this new release introduces support for the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card, but only on GNU/Linux and BSD platforms. Only for Linux users, Nvidia 455.38 also adds compatibility with AMD Secure Memory Encryption, as well as support for using an Nvidia-driven display as a PRIME Display Offload sink with a PRIME Display Offload source driven by the open-source xf86-video-intel driver. Read more