Chrome OSview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I realise that some people have touched on Chrome OS in other threads, but I thought I'd start a dedicated thread. Oh, and before we get into semantics or "that's commercial" arguments, Chrome OS runs on a Linux kernel and is completely free (note 1). (HowTos)

my login webpage is not trusted (ISP)view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi all I got this message during my login to my ISP webpage broadband , this first time i got this Quote: You have asked Firefox to connect securely to ******, but we can't confirm that your connection is secure. Normally, when you try to connect securely, sites will present trusted identification to prove that you are (HowTos)

Installing unsigned packages in F12?view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I just installed F12 the other day and I've run into my first problem (this is not a knock, in fact this is probably the best release of Fedora 12 ever for me). Installing Skype from their website. I realise that I'm attempting to install an 1586 binary in x86-64 so it's risky, but that's not the point (yet anyway). I can't even get it to install. (HowTos)

which plugins (add-ons) Anti-Malware Software you recommend from sourceForge.netview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi all i just came across sourceForge.net site in anit-malaware software category and want to install some plugins but i am confuse which one i choose , do you recommend any security plugins enhancement ? http://sourceforge.net/softwaremap/t...p?form_cat=745 (HowTos)

GLSA 200911-06 (High): PEAR-Net_Tracerouteview story

http://security.gentoo.org – PEAR Net_Traceroute: Command injection (Security)

GLSA 200911-05 (Normal): wiresharkview story

http://security.gentoo.org – Wireshark: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

GLSA 200911-04 (Normal): dstatview story

http://security.gentoo.org – dstat: Untrusted search path (Security)

GLSA 200911-03 (High): c-client (and 1view story

http://security.gentoo.org – UW IMAP toolkit: Multiple vulnerabilities (Security)

Linux Training – Installing Linux on a Windows Systemview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – Linux Training – Installing Linux on a Windows System By Clyde E. Boom The best way to get Linux training and Linux administration experience is to start by getting, installing and running Linux on a system. This allows you to actually work with Linux to run programs and learn Linux commands. (General)

USN-861-1: libvorbis vulnerabilitiesview story

http://www.ubuntu.com – Referenced CVEs:  CVE-2008-2009, CVE-2009-3379 Description:  =========================================================== Ubuntu Security Notice USN-861-1 November 24, 2009 libvorbis vulnerabilities CVE-2008-2009, CVE-2009-3379 ============================================== (Distributions)