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    • saturnian
      I'm surprised that I've been using lsblk all this time and never knew about lsblk -f. I'm not sure that I ever looked at man lsblk before today.   One switch (for a different command) that I'm sure I knew before but had forgotten about until I saw it today: the -r switch for repo info with inxi. For example, inxi -Fr, or inxi -br.
    • sunrat
      - ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Debian Security Advisory DSA-4606-1 security@debian.org https://www.debian.org/security/ Michael Gilbert January 20, 2020 https://www.debian.org/security/faq - ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Package : chromium CVE ID : CVE-2019-13725 CVE-2019-13726 CVE-2019-13727 CVE-2019-13728 CVE-2019-13729 CVE-2019-13730 CVE-2019-13732 CVE-2019-13734 CVE-2019-13735 CVE-2019-13736 CVE-2019-13737 CVE-2019-13738 CVE-2019-13739 CVE-2019-13740 CVE-2019-13741 CVE-2019-13742 CVE-2019-13743 CVE-2019-13744 CVE-2019-13745 CVE-2019-13746 CVE-2019-13747 CVE-2019-13748 CVE-2019-13749 CVE-2019-13750 CVE-2019-13751 CVE-2019-13752 CVE-2019-13753 CVE-2019-13754 CVE-2019-13755 CVE-2019-13756 CVE-2019-13757 CVE-2019-13758 CVE-2019-13759 CVE-2019-13761 CVE-2019-13762 CVE-2019-13763 CVE-2019-13764 CVE-2019-13767 CVE-2020-6377 CVE-2020-6378 CVE-2020-6379 CVE-2020-6380 Several vulnerabilities have been discovered in the chromium web browser. 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For the stable distribution (buster), these problems have been fixed in version 79.0.3945.130-1~deb10u1.   - ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Debian Security Advisory DSA-4607-1 security@debian.org https://www.debian.org/security/ Salvatore Bonaccorso January 20, 2020 https://www.debian.org/security/faq - ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Package : openconnect CVE ID : CVE-2019-16239 Debian Bug : 940871 Lukas Kupczyk reported a vulnerability in the handling of chunked HTTP in openconnect, an open client for Cisco AnyConnect, Pulse and GlobalProtect VPN. A malicious HTTP server (after having accepted its identity certificate), can provide bogus chunk lengths for chunked HTTP encoding and cause a heap-based buffer overflow. For the oldstable distribution (stretch), this problem has been fixed in version 7.08-1+deb9u1. 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    • securitybreach
      I was referring to 32bit support ending on Debian. I will be very surprised if 32bit support is still around after the next couple of years.
    • sunrat
      Lol, Debian stop? 99% chance I will stop before that happens. Debian 32 bit is still supported for i686 processors.
    • sunrat
      I always used it with no options. I just experimented with options to get it to show SIZE as well. lsblk -mf works well but has several columns I didn't want. Tried with -o and a list of columns but didn't get there with that. This little exercise did remind me I have about 100GB of redundant data in sdb.
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