Porting Kit 2.9.0 Released!
The BrainStem 2.9.0 release debuts Acroname's new USBHub3c module. This modulebrings in 3x new entities: Power Delivery, Port and USBSystem. More informationon these entities can be found in the online reference guide.
Porting Kit 2.9.0 released!
In most cases users will not be affected by the changes in the 2.9.x release witha few exceptions listed below; however, it is always recommend to match the Majorand Minor of firmware to software. (2.9.0 -> Major.Minor.Patch)
The Juju team is proud to release Juju 2.9.0. We aim to be your preferred tool for writing operators, software that manages software, whether your hosting infrastructure is Kubernetes, in the cloud or on-premises.
Furthermore, when exporting bundles via juju export-bundle, the controller will populate the exposed-endpoints section for applications that include endpoint-specific expose settings and omit setting the expose flag. On the other hand, if an application exposes all endpoints to 0.0.0.0/0, the bundle exporter will instead set the expose flag and omit the exposed-endpoints section.
The Snort Subscriber Ruleset is developed, tested, and approved by Cisco Talos. Subscribers to the Snort Subscriber Ruleset will receive the ruleset in real-time as they are released to Cisco customers. You can download the rules and deploy them in your network through the Snort.org website. The Community Ruleset is developed by the Snort community and QAed by Cisco Talos. It is freely available to all users.
Version 4.7.0 of IDT for AWS IoT Greengrass V2 is available. This release includes the AWS IoT Greengrass V2qualification suite (GGV2Q) v2.5.0, and supports Greengrass nucleus versions 2.9.1,2.9.0, 2.8.1, 2.8.0, 2.7.0, and 2.6.0.
hwloc may display the topology in multiple convenient formats (seev2.9.0 examples and the Best of lstopo).It also offers a powerful programming interface to gather informationabout the hardware, bind processes, and much more.
hwloc is the evolution and merger of the libtopology andPortable Linux Processor Affinity (PLPA) projects.Because of functional and ideological overlap, these two code bases and ideaswere merged and released under the name "hwloc" as an Open MPI sub-project.hwloc is now mostly developed by the TADaaM team at Inria (Bordeaux, France).
Copy the patched log4j-core-2.9.0.jar file with JNDILookUp class that you have removed. The new file can be downloaded from here. If you find log4j-core-2.9.0.jar, move the file to a temporary location. If not found, skip this step.
If you are currently running Linkerd 2.9.0, 2.9.1, 2.9.2, or 2.9.3 (but not2.9.4), and you upgraded to that release using the --prune flag (as opposedto installing it fresh), you will need to use the linkerd repair command asoutlined in the Linkerd 2.9.3 upgrade notesbefore you can upgrade to Linkerd 2.10.
Some entries like controllerLogLevel and all the Prometheus config havechanged their position in the settings hierarchy. To get a precise view of whathas changed you can compare thestable-2.8.1andstable-2.9.0values.yaml files.
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Now, the local IT department is interested in using CKAN and has asked meabout it, so I took the opportunity to once more get some hands-on experiencewith installing and configuring the current version. Which is, at the timeof this writing, 2.9.0.
Overall, we had some problems with version 2.9.0, as the instructions fromthe documentation did not work right away. However, with help from the CKANcommunity, we were able to overcome those hurdles and to end up with aworking installation of the latest version of CKAN in a Docker environment.
Edit: for another possible way to install CKAN 2.9.0 with Docker, pleasesee this blog post byLuiz Felipe Costa. Luiz developed the CKAN customization for thedados.gov.brrevision from 2017,which I was the product owner of, and I can only recommend his services.
QEMU requires the most recent macOS version that is currently available.Support for the last previous version will be dropped two years after thecurrent version has been released or when Apple drops support for it,whatever comes first.
Client applications wanting logging will now need to supply an appropriate SLF4J-supporting logging implementationconfigured appropriately for their needs. See client application loggingfor more information plus an example around using Log4J 2.
Eos v2.9.0 is released for Windows 7 and XP-based hardware. As the final feature release for XP, there will be other releases forthcoming for 2.9 (even after 3.0 is released) to support new network hardware as needed, but these are not anticipated to include new features, or modifications to existing ones. As such, 2.9 is largely a clean-up release, addressing a number of anomalies across the application software. Please note that we will continue to make fixture library patches available for 2.9.
We recently updated the version 5 BLAST protein and nucleotide databases, (dbV5), on our FTP site to be accession-based. As we described in a previous post, this means they now contain the gi-less proteins from the NCBI Pathogen Project and other high-throughput projects. The v5 databases are also compatible with proteins from PDB structures with multi-character chain identifiers and will include these as they become available in our other protein systems. Only the latest version of BLAST+ (2.9.0, download) will work with the updated v5 databases and allow you to access all of the most recent protein and nucleotide data. In the winter of 2019, we will stop updating the version 4 BLAST databases and offer the v5 databases as the default for download.