162: Linux Action News
8 November 2020
We review the Raspberry Pi 400. Then discover new features coming to Linux powered Dells.
- Raspberry Pi 400: the $70 desktop PC — The Raspberry Pi 400 Personal Computer Kit is the “Christmas morning” product, with the best possible out-of-box experience: a complete PC which plugs into your TV or monitor.
- Raspberry Pi 400 - First Impressions
- Raspberry Pi 400 review—the under-$100 desktop PC you didn’t know you needed
- Dell is Adding Webcam and Microphone Kill Switches — Dell is adding new code in Linux kernel that will enable you to disable newer Dell system’s webcam and microphone with keyboard shortcuts. Why? Because privacy.
- Dell Adding Hardware Privacy Driver For Linux
- Let’s Encrypt warns about a third of Android devices will from next year stumble over sites that use its certs — Expiration of cross-signed root certificates spells trouble
- Standing on Our Own Two Feet - Let’s Encrypt
- Chrome will soon have its own dedicated certificate root store — Currently, Chrome uses the certificate root store part of each operating system. Google plans to manage its own list of “approved” certificates from now on, similar to Firefox.
- BPF binaries: BTF, CO-RE, and the future of BPF perf tools — Two new technologies, BTF and CO-RE, are paving the way for BPF to become a billion-dollar industry.
- What is eBPF?
- eBPF: Put the Kubernetes Data Plane in the Kernel
- LINUX Unplugged 293: Netflix’s Gift to Linux