Archive for the tag "libreoffice"
Last week was a black page in Open Source security with the publication of the Heartbleed vulnerability. For those of you who think the hype is overrated and no one will be able to get at your private keys and passwords, better check out the results of the Cloudflare Challenge (the SSL certificate for that […]
That sounds a heck of a lot like another post I wrote recently on this blog… a little more than two weeks ago. The big guys made a move again, and this is what you get from me as a result. Chromium Chromium (and of course Chrome) were updated to version 33.0.1750.149, with 7 security fixes. […]
Today I uploaded packages for VLC and LibreOffice. They are not for everyone, but let me explain this before you start scratching your head. LibreOffice 4.1.5 was recently released and I maintain LibreOffice 4.1.x for Slackware 14.0. The newer Slackware releases (14.1 and the -current development tree) are treated to LibreOffice 4.2.x and currently I […]
I have not been updating this blog for a couple of days, but that did not mean I was sitting on hy hands. These are the package updates which landed in my various repositories during the last few days: Calibre Nearly every week I have been updating my Calibre packages whenever Kovid Goyal released a […]
<rant> After three compilation failures (each setting me back several hours) I must say this: Whenever I have to bump a LibreOffice package – and perhaps due to moving up from Slackware 14.0 to 14.1 for compiling – it annoys the hell out of me that there are so many unexpected build failures. Not because […]