Linux News, Articles, and More Good Stuff | Biweekly #1

There’s a lot happening in the Linux space lately, and more to come. That’s why I wanted to share some notable news articles, blog posts, launches, and other cool Linux-related stuff I find online. To do this, I will publish a list of five Linux must-read links every other week starting today! Here we go, hope you enjoy this type of share.

Google and Intel warn of Bluetooth security bug (bleeding tooth)

Vulnerabilities in Linux Bluetooth Allow Zero-Click Attacks

Dubbed a bleeding tooth attack, Security Vulnerabilities Identified by Andy Nguyena security engineer from Google, and are tracked as CVE-2020-12351, CVE-2020-12352, and CVE-2020-24490, Intel recommends updating to the now-released kernel version 5.10. The company has included a list of five patch links, Although this is a serious flaw, the attacker must within range of the target device, i am using LTS Kernel on my Arch LinuxAnd Manjaro Install, Also read Best Linux Distro and Desktop Environment Combinations.

Manjaro LTS Linux Kernel

The AMD Radeon graphics driver makes up about 10.5% of the Linux kernel.

from article, “… the majority of the AMDGPU driver code base is so large because of auto-generated header files for GPU registers. In fact, the 1.79 million lines for AMDGPU as of Linux 5.9 are the only header files that are mainly auto-generated. are generated.”

Darling – lets you run macOS software on Linux.


This is new to me as I don’t own any Apple products, err, hmm, no, none. dear, is a free and open-source project that lets you run macOS software directly on Linux without using a hardware emulator. if it feels so good Liquor, that’s because it is! It’s natively Wine but for macOS. Also, read the Best Linux Distros in 2020 for Beginners, Experienced and Expert Users.

Run Android Applications on Any GNU/Linux Operating System


“And a!” Shout out in the comments if you got that. Anbox The Android system runs under the same kernel as the host operating system. No simulation layer required. Everything runs directly on the hardware, which allows for better integration and performance.

Guy builds a new desktop PC using his 7 year old laptop + openSUSE tumbleweed.

he successfully converted a For the 2013 HP Pavilion G6 Fully Functional Desktop,

that’s it for now; Check back every two weeks for more of my top five picks, or to subscribe For a reminder. Feel free to reply me directly or leave a comment with any feedback or suggestions.

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