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    Linux Weekly News

    Python 3.8.0 released

    Version 3.8.0 of the Python language has been released. New features include the controversial assignment expressions, positional-only arguments, the Vectorcall mechanism, and more; see the what's new in Python 3.8 document for more information.

    01:15, Tuesday, 15 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    PyPy 7.2 released

    Version 7.2 of PyPy, an implementation of the Python language, is out. With this release, Python 3.6 release is deemed ready: "This release removes the 'beta' tag from PyPy3.6. While there may still be some small corner-case incompatibilities (around the exact error messages in exceptions and the handling of faulty codec errorhandlers) we are happy with the quality of the 3.6 series and are looking forward to working on a Python 3.7 interpreter."

    22:11, Monday, 14 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    [$] Finding race conditions with KCSAN

    Race conditions can be some of the trickiest bugs to find. The resulting problems can be subtle, and reproducing the problem in order to track it down can be difficult or impossible; often code inserted to narrow down a race condition will cause it to stop manifesting entirely. A tool that can find race conditions automatically would thus be a valuable thing for the kernel community to have. In late September, Marco Elver announced a tool called KCSAN (the Kernel Concurrency Sanitizer) that does exactly that — and which has already found a number of real problems.

    21:13, Monday, 14 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Security updates for Monday

    Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (chromium, sdl, and unbound), Debian (clamav, libdatetime-timezone-perl, openssl, tcpdump, and tzdata), Fedora (cutter-re, jackson-annotations, jackson-bom, jackson-core, jackson-databind, jackson-parent, libapreq2, ming, opendmarc, radare2, and thunderbird), openSUSE (chromium), Oracle (kernel), and SUSE (axis, jakarta-commons-fileupload, kernel, sles12sp3-docker-image, sles12sp4-image, system-user-root, and webkit2gtk3).

    18:00, Monday, 14 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Kernel prepatch 5.4-rc3

    The 5.4-rc3 kernel prepatch is out for testing. "Things continue to look fairly normal, with rc3 being larger than rc2, as people are starting to find more regressions, but 5.4 so far remains on the smaller side of recent releases."

    16:52, Monday, 14 October UTC

    Athens Wireless Metropolitan Network (awmn)

    #841 pyros, Τουρκοβούνια

    .τα υλικα θα επιστραφουν στους δικαιουχους

    10:46, Monday, 14 October UTC

    Athens Wireless Metropolitan Network (awmn)

    สูตรที่ดีที่สุดพร้อมกับเทคนิคการเล่นบาคาร่าตามสูตร

    สูตรที่ดีที่สุดพร้อมกับเทคนิคการเล่นบาคาร่าตามสูตร



    ในบทความนี้เราได้นำสูตรบาคาร่าแนะนำผู้เล่นเพื่อทำความรู้จักซึ่งเป็นหนึ่งในสูตรบาคาร่าที่ดีที่สุดที่นักพนันใช้ในการเดิมพันและยังเป็นสูตรที่สามารถใช้เพื่อผลลัพธ์ที่แท้จริง https://www.allnewgclub.com/ สูตรนี้คือ "สูตรบาคาร่าตามบัตรสีซ้ายกลางขวา" ก่อนที่จะรู้วิธีการเล่นโดยใช้สูตรลับบาคาร่ารูปแบบตามบัตรสีซ้ายกลางขวาผู้เล่นควรมีความรู้เกี่ยวกับเทคนิคการเล่นบาคาร่าตาม สูตรก่อน เพื่อที่จะประสบความสำเร็จในการเล่นบาคาร่าโดยใช้สูตรนั้นเอง และสำหรับเทคนิคการเล่นบาคาร่าตามสูตรนั้นมี 3 รายการดังนี้

    เทคนิคการเล่นบาคาร่าตามสูตร

    1. การเล่นบาคาร่าก่อนอื่นผู้เล่นควรเตรียมตัวด้วยเงินทุน และสูตรการเล่นที่เลือกได้สำหรับเรื่องนี้ผู้เชี่ยวชาญด้านการพนันแนะนำว่าผู้เล่นเองควรเตรียมตัว 50 เท่าของจำนวนเงินที่ผู้เล่นจะวางเดิมพันให้น้อยที่สุดตัวอย่างเช่นหากผู้เล่นต้องการวางเดิมพันครั้งละ 100 บาทก็ควรมี ทุน 5,000 บาทเป็นต้น

    2. การเลือกใช้สูตรในการเล่นบาคาร่า ผู้เล่นควรศึกษาแต่ละสูตรของบาคาร่าเพื่อทำความเข้าใจก่อนเล่น เนื่องจากสูตรการเล่นบาคาร่าแต่ละสูตรเป็นเพียงเครื่องช่วยในการลดความเสี่ยงในการเดิมพันเท่านั้นและผู้เล่นควรเลือกสูตรการเล่นบาคาร่าที่เหมาะกับพฤติกรรมการเล่นของพวกเขาเช่น ผู้เล่นที่มีเงินน้อยพวกเขาไม่ควรเลือกสูตรที่ต้องติดตามทุกสายตาเช่นรูปแบบการเดิมพันสองครั้งหรือการแทง หากผู้เล่นรู้ว่าตนเองกำลังเดิมพันอย่างหนักไม่ควรใช้สูตรที่ต้องติดตามเป็นเวลานานเช่น

    3. สำหรับเทคนิคในการเล่นบาคาร่าเพื่อให้ได้กำไรนั้นมีกฏที่ถือว่าเป็นกฎของการพนันคาสิโนบาคาร่าที่ควรจำไว้อย่างแม่นยำคือการกำหนดเป้าหมายหรือจำนวนเงินที่คุณต้องการเล่นหรือกำไรในแต่ละครั้งเมื่อถึงจำนวนเป้าหมายแล้วผู้เล่นจะต้องหยุดเล่นทันทีและผู้เล่นที่ใช้สูตรบาคาร่าในการเล่นต้องเข้มงวดในกฎหรือวิธีการใช้สูตรอย่างแน่นอนอย่าใช้อารมณ์ในการเล่น หากผู้เล่นสามารถปฏิบัติตามกฎเหล่านี้คุณจะเป็นนักพนันที่สามารถทำกำไรมหาศาลจากการเล่นบาคาร่าได้อย่างแน่นอน

    10:44, Monday, 14 October UTC

    Athens Wireless Metropolitan Network (awmn)

    #2125 DiMiTRiS^^^ [dgi], Γλυφάδα

    Καλησπέρα μετά από καιρό.
    Αλλαγές στον κόμβο.
    Ο κόμβος mikev (#11644) έχει σταματήσει να εκπέμπει εδώ και πολύ καιρό.
    Ο κόμβος GSD-QRL (#19875) επίσης έχει σταματήσει να εκπέμπει και το λινκ
    δόθηκε στον jimgal #10444.
    Αυτά τα νεώτερα.
    Καλό σας βράδυ. :)

    22:04, Sunday, 13 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    More stable kernels

    The 5.3.6, 4.19.79, and 4.14.149 stable kernel updates have been released; each contains another set of important updates.

    02:19, Sunday, 13 October UTC

    Athens HackerSpace

    User:Nas

    Drid changed group membership for User:Nas from administrator to (none)

    00:35, Saturday, 12 October UTC

    Athens HackerSpace

    User:Constanton

    Drid changed group membership for User:Constanton from administrator to (none)

    00:34, Saturday, 12 October UTC

    Athens HackerSpace

    User:Comzeradd

    Drid blocked Comzeradd (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of indefinite (account creation disabled, email disabled) Intimidating behavior/harassment

    00:14, Saturday, 12 October UTC

    Athens HackerSpace

    User:Ebal

    Drid changed group membership for User:Ebal from administrator to (none)

    00:13, Saturday, 12 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    [$] Calibrating your fear of big bad optimizing compilers

    As noted earlier, when compiling Linux-kernel code that does a plain C-language load or store, as in "a=b", the C standard grants the compiler the right to assume that the affected variables are neither accessed nor modified by any other thread at the time of that load or store. The compiler is therefore permitted to carry out a surprisingly large number of optimizations, any number of which might ruin your concurrent code's day. Given that current compilers usually do not emit diagnostics warning of potential ruined days, it would be good to have other tools take on this task.

    17:14, Friday, 11 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Security updates for Friday

    Security updates have been issued by Debian (lucene-solr and ruby-openid), Fedora (krb5 and SDL2), openSUSE (kernel and libopenmpt), and Ubuntu (python2.7, python3.4).

    17:04, Friday, 11 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Understanding Scheduling Behavior with SchedViz (Google Open Source Blog)

    The Google Open Source Blog has an announcement of the release of the SchedViz tool that is used internally at the company "to discover many opportunities for better scheduling choices and to root-cause many latency issues". SchedViz provides a GUI to explore kernel traces: "The SchedViz UI displays collections in several ways. A zoomable and pannable heatmap shows system cores on the y-axis, and the trace duration on the x-axis. Each core in the system has a swim-lane, and each swim-lane shows CPU utilization (when that CPU is being kept busy) and wait-queue depth (how many threads are waiting to run on that CPU.) The UI also includes a thread list that displays which threads were active in the heatmap, along with how long they ran, waited to run, and blocked on some event, and how many times they woke up or migrated between cores. Individual threads can be selected to show their behavior over time, or expanded to see their details."

    01:38, Friday, 11 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    [$] BPF at Facebook (and beyond)

    It is no secret that much of the work on the in-kernel BPF virtual machine and associated user-space support code is being done at Facebook. But less is known about how Facebook is actually using BPF. At Kernel Recipes 2019, BPF developer Alexei Starovoitov described a bit of that work, though even he admitted that he didn't know what most of the BPF programs running there were doing. He also summarized recent developments with BPF and some near-future work.

    19:47, Thursday, 10 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Security updates for Thursday

    Security updates have been issued by Debian (clamav, libtomcrypt, and rsyslog), Fedora (suricata), SUSE (libopenmpt and python-requests), and Ubuntu (libsoup2.4 and octavia).

    16:47, Thursday, 10 October UTC

    Athens HackerSpace

    How we roll

    Δεν υπάρχει πρόσβαση στον λογαριασμό του paypal πλέον

    ← Older revision Revision as of 08:51, 10 October 2019
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    # Συμπληρώνει την [https://www.hackerspace.gr/membership.php ηλεκτρονική αίτηση νέου μέλους].
     
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    # [https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=SU9M26K3ALNV8 Καταθέτει] τη συνδρομή για του επόμενους 3 μήνες.
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    # Καταθέτει τη συνδρομή για του επόμενους 3 μήνες.
     
    # Λαμβάνει email επιβεβαίωσης.
     
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    11:51, Thursday, 10 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for October 10, 2019

    The LWN.net Weekly Edition for October 10, 2019 is available.

    03:58, Thursday, 10 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    [$] An update on the input stack

    The input stack for Linux is an essential part of interacting with our systems, but it is also an area that is lacking in terms of developers. There has been progress over the last few years, however; Peter Hutterer from Red Hat came to the 2019 X.Org Developers Conference to talk about some of the work that has been done. He gave a status report on the input stack that covered development work that is going on now as well as things that have been completed in the last two years or so. Overall, things are looking pretty good for input on Linux, though the "bus factor" for the stack is alarmingly low.

    00:59, Thursday, 10 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Stallman: No radical changes in GNU Project

    Richard Stallman has issued a brief statement saying that there will not be any radical changes in the GNU Project's goals, principles and policies. "I would like to make incremental changes in how some decisions are made, because I won't be here forever and we need to ready others to make GNU Project decisions when I can no longer do so. But these won't lead to unbounded or radical changes."

    21:46, Wednesday, 09 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    [$] Free software support for virtual and augmented reality

    A talk at the recent X.Org Developers Conference in Montréal, Canada looked at support for "XR" in free software. XR is an umbrella term that includes both virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). In the talk, Joey Ferwerda and Christoph Haag from Collabora gave an overview of XR and the Monado project that provides support for those types of applications.

    19:05, Wednesday, 09 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Security updates for Wednesday

    Security updates have been issued by Fedora (chromium), openSUSE (rust and sqlite3), SUSE (dnsmasq, firefox, and kubernetes, patchinfo), and Ubuntu (python2.7, python3.5, python3.6, python3.7).

    17:57, Wednesday, 09 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    OpenSSH 8.1 released

    OpenSSH 8.1 is out. It includes some security fixes, including the encryption of keys at rest to defend them against speculative-execution attacks. There is also an experimental new signature and verification mechanism for public keys.

    17:39, Wednesday, 09 October UTC

    Athens HackerSpace

    NASA Space Apps Challenge 2019 Athens

    NASA Space Apps Challenge 2019 Athens

    New page

    {{Event
    |logo=NasaspaceappsAthens19.jpg
    |what=NASA Space Apps Challenge 2019
    |tagline=Please register on the global hackathon website:
    https://2019.spaceappschallenge.org/locations/athens/

    Two days of hacking in Hackerspace.gr. Following the tradition of our previous Athens Space Apps Challenges we continue this year with more access to tools and knowledge! Join us to create, hack and develop the next great open source project for space!

    Follow posts about the event in social media feel free to check #SpaceAppsAthens
    |eventowner=User:Elkos, User:Elly
    |who=NASA Space Apps Challenge Participants
    |url=https://2019.spaceappschallenge.org/locations/athens/
    |from=2019/10/18 07:00:00 PM
    |till=2019/10/20 09:00:00 PM
    |location=38.01694322164, 23.731269990513
    }}

    04:40, Wednesday, 09 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Six stable kernels

    Stable kernels 5.3.5, 5.2.20, 4.19.78, 4.14.148, 4.9.196, and 4.4.196 have been released. They all contain the usual set of important fixes. This is the last 5.2 kernel and users should move to the 5.3.y kernel series now.

    18:14, Tuesday, 08 October UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Security updates for Tuesday

    Security updates have been issued by Debian (openjpeg2, openssh, and xen), openSUSE (dovecot23, jasper, libseccomp, lxc, putty, and singularity), Red Hat (bind, kernel, polkit, python, and wget), and Ubuntu (unbound).

    18:01, Tuesday, 08 October UTC

    Patras Metropolitan Wireless Network

    Διασύνδεση εκτός Πάτρας • Re: Νέο Link

    Γρηγόρη δεν σε ακούω δυστηχώς. αν υπάρχει κάποιο ελεύθερο if από μεριά της Πάτρας ας ενημερωσει για να δουμε αν βγαινει λινκ

    το ssd μου ειναι tom111_evinochori_scan με frequency 5600 σε Ap

    κανείς? :(

    Statistics: Posted by tom111 — Tue Sep 03, 2019 11:33 am


    11:33, Tuesday, 03 September UTC

    Patras Metropolitan Wireless Network

    Υπηρεσίες Δικτύου • Re: IRC servers

    Έλα aviator, μια χαρά συνδέεται και internetika και εσωτερικά. Όπου βρεί συνδέεται.
    Δοκιμάζει δηλαδή κυκλικά πρώτα τον server 1 μετά τον 2 μετά τον 3 και παλι τον 1 κλπ.

    Οι καινούριες εκδόσεις υποστηρίζουν και φωτογραφίες :D

    pwmn_config_ss.png

    Statistics: Posted by Itmy — Mon Jul 22, 2019 6:35 am


    06:35, Monday, 22 July UTC