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Posted on February 8, 2017Author Craig
WordPress 4.7.2
When WordPress originally announced their latest security update, there were three security fixes. While all security updates can be serious, they didn #8217;t seem too bad. Shortly after, they updated their announcement with a fourth and more serious security problem.
I have looked after the Debian WordPress package for a while. This is the first time I have heard people actually having their sites hacked almost as soon as this vulnerability was announced.
If you are running WordPress 4.7 or 4.7.1, your website is vulnerable and there are bots out there looking for it. You should immediately upgrade to 4.7.2 (or, if there is a later 4.7.x version to that). 聽There is now updated Debian wordpress version 4.7.2 packages for unstable, testing and stable backports.
For stable, you are on a patched version 4.1 which doesn #8217;t have this specific vulnerability (it was introduced in 4.7) but you should be using 4.1+dfsg-1+deb8u12 which has the fixes found in 4.7.1 ported back to 4.1 code.
Posted in Wordpress Tagged debian, Security, security advisory, Vulnerability (computing), WordPress
Posted on October 12, 2016Author Craig
axdigi resurrected
Seems funny to talk about 20 year old code that was a stop-gap measure to provide a bridging function the kernel had not (as yet) got, but here it is, my old bridge code.
When I first started getting involved in Free Software, I was also involved with hamradio. In 1994 I release my first Free Software, or Open Source program called axdigi. 聽This program allowed you to #8220;digipeat #8221;. This was effectively source route bridging across hamradio packet networks. The code I used for this was originally network sniffer code to debug my PackeTwin kernel driver but 聽got frustrated at there being no digipeating function within Linux, so I wrote axdigi which is about 200 lines.
The funny thing is, back then I thought it would be a temporary solution until digipeating got put into the kernel, which it temporarily did then got removed.
Recently some people asked me about axdigi and where there is an #8220;official #8221; place where the code lives. The answer is really the last axdigi was 0.02 written in July 1995. It seems strange to resurrect 20 year old code but it is still in use; though it does show its age. 聽I #8217;ve done some quick work on getting rid of the compiler warnings but there is more to do.
So now axdigi has a nice shiny new home on GitHub, at聽
Posted in Software Tagged ax25, hamradio, Open-source software
Posted on October 11, 2016Author Craig
Changing Jabber IDs
I #8217;ve shuffled some domains around, using less of and more of my new domain The website should work with both, but the primary domain is
Another change is my Jabber ID which used to be csmall at enc but now is same username at I think I have done all the required changes in prosody for it to work, even with a certbot certificate!
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Posted on July 10, 2016Author Craig
procps 3.3.12
The procps developers are happy to announce that version 3.3.12 of procps was released today. This version has a mixture of bug fixes and enhancements. This unfortunately means another API bump but we are hoping this will be fixed with the new library API coming soon.
procps is developed on gitlab and the new version of procps can be found at聽
procps 3.3.12 can be found at聽
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Posted in procps Tagged Cgroups, debian, procfs, procps, system utilities
Posted on May 7, 2016Author Craig
Displaying Linux Memory
Memory management is hard, but RAM management may be even harder.
Most people know the vague overall concept of how memory usage is displayed within Linux. You have your total memory which is everything inside the box; then there is used and free which is what the system is or is not using respectively. Some people might know that not all used is used and some of it actually is free. 聽It can be very confusing to understand, even for a someone who maintains procps (the package that contains top and free, two programs that display memory usage).
So, how does the memory display work?
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Posted in procps Tagged Cache (computing), Linux, Memory management, Page cache, procfs, procps
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