@jonathon wrote: VLC 3.0.8 I have built and pushed VLC 3.0.8-0 to the following branches: stable testing unstable (-0.1)   x32-stable x32-testing x32-unstable (-0.1) As is always the case for a short-turnaround update, this package has had only minimal testing. Security advisory: https://www.videolan.org/security/sb-vlc308.html Release notes: https://www.videolan.org/vlc/releases/3.0.8.html Full changelog: https://www.videolan.org/developers/vlc-branch/NEWS Overlay packaging files: https://gitlab.manjaro.org/security-overlay/vlc Security: * Fix a buffer overflow in the MKV demuxer (CVE-2019-14970) * Fix a read buffer overflow in the…

@jonathon wrote: Another very large selection of packages have been updated in arch32 (about 3700 total). There are a lot of “core” packages updated and rebuilt so this will be hanging out in x32-unstable for a little while – unless there’s an overwhelming “actually it’s OK” response. Available kernels Series Version PAE linux316 3.16.72 No linux44 4.4.189 No linux49 4.9.189 No linux414 4.14.139 No linux419 4.19.67 Yes Current difference to x32-testing Full…

@philm wrote: Hello community, I am happy to announce another Testing Update. Mostly we have KDE-Git, Systemd and Kernel updates with this one. Update news This update holds the following changes: Most of our Kernel got updated. We added RT-Kernel 5.2 series We renewed some KDE-Git packages Systemd got some fixes for dbus The usual upstream updates Latest efforts by KDE can be reviewed via our current KDE-Dev ISO or current KDE-Vanilla…

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@philm wrote: Hello community, I am happy to announce another Testing Update. Mostly we have XFCE, Nvidia and LibreOffice updates with this one. Update news This update holds the following changes: XFCE packages got renewed. We also added some meta-transition packages, which drop our gtk3-builds. LibreOffice is now at 6.3.0 and 6.2.6 Nvidia is now at 435.17. For GPU offload instructions, please see here. Haskell and Firefox got updated to their latest…

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@linux-aarhus wrote: Openbox ISO 19.08.14 Stable Branch The issue with the sporadic failure of pcmanfm displaying desktop link for Calamares installer has be solved. New ISOs have been build and uploaded and the screenshots have been reused so I don’t have to waste resources on the server for uploading new ones. VirtualBox installation When creating a default VirtualBox VM the wizard creates it with a VMSVGA graphics controller. Before launching the newly…

@philm wrote: Hello community, I am happy to announce another Stable Update. Mostly we have XFCE 4.14, LibreOffice 6.3 and Kernel updates with this one. Update news This update holds the following changes: Most of the Kernels got updated to minigate CVE-2019-1125 “SWAPGS” XFCE got updated to 4.14 Plasma got updated to version 5.16.4 Deepin got updated to version 5.0. For more details you can find here. LibreOffice is now at 6.3.0…