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18 Jul 2017 Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.1.24 [65088]
By: Simon Coter

Simon blogs, "Oracle has released VirtualBox 5.1 Maintenance Release 24.

This release includes improvements and regression fixes for Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.1. Between them we can mention following regressions, now fixed:

  • Linux Host/Guest: fixes dedicated to 4.12/4.13 kernels and further improvements
  • VMM: masked AMD Ryzen VME CPUID to have legacy platform running on this CPU and more SSE2 instruction-sets
  • GUI: more fixes dedicated to multi display with fullscreen/seamless mode enabled
  • AUDIO: improvements dedicated to Microsoft Windows 10 guests
  • Further fixes on API and guest Networks (Host only and NAT)"

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11 Jun 2017 Intel Reveals Its New 18-Core, 36-Thread 'Xtreme' Core I9 Processor [64049]
TechCrunch, May 30th 2017

Catherine Shu writes in TechCrunch, "At its Computex event in Taipei today, Intel unveiled its new Core X-series of processors. The debut of its latest high-end desktop CPUs wasn't a surprise after plans were leaked earlier this month, but the series' flagship model - the 18-core, 36-thread Intel i9-7980XE - still makes a very loud splash.

Priced at an eye-watering $1,999, the Intel i9-7980XE will remain aspirational for all but a handful of consumers, but it serves as Intel's salvo in its ongoing processor battle with AMD. With 16-cores and 32-threads, the AMD Ryzen Threadripper, announced earlier this month, was supposed to be a contender for the world's most powerful consumer CPU, but it looks like Intel has taken back the mantle for now..."
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30 May 2017 Intel Reveals Its New 18-Core, 36-Thread 'Xtreme' Core I9 Processor [63922]
TechCrunch, May 30th 2017

"At its Computex event in Taipei today, Intel unveiled its new Core X-series of processors. The debut of its latest high-end desktop CPUs wasn't a surprise after plans were leaked earlier this month, but the series' flagship model - the 18-core, 36-thread Intel i9-7980XE - still makes a very loud splash.

Priced at an eye-watering $1,999, the Intel i9-7980XE will remain aspirational for all but a handful of consumers, but it serves as Intel's salvo in its ongoing processor battle with AMD. With 16-cores and 32-threads, the AMD Ryzen Threadripper, announced earlier this month, was supposed to be a contender for the world's most powerful consumer CPU, but it looks like Intel has taken back the mantle for now..."
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09 Apr 2017 Oracle Linux 6.9 Released With Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel 4.1.12, Tls 1.2 [62086]
Softpedia, March 28th, 2017

Oracle announced today, March 28, 2017, the release and general availability of the Oracle Linux 6.9 operating system, the ninth update to the Oracle Linux 6 stable series

Marius Nestor reports in Softpedia that "Prominent features of Oracle Linux 6.9 include support for TLS (Transport Layer Security) 1.2 on all system components, along with vsftpd support for TLS 1.2 and auditd support for incremental_async, implementation of the cpuid utility supporting AMD, Intel, and VIA CPUs, improved SSSD (System Security Services Daemon) support for Active Directory (AD), and better support when running as a Hyper-V guest.

Under the hood, the OS is powered by Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) Release 4 (4.1.12-61.1.28.el6uek) for 64-bit (x86_64) platforms, Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) Release 2 (2.6.39-400.294.3.el6uek) for 32-bit (i386) systems, and a Red Hat Enterprise Linux-compatible kernel (2.6.32-696.el6) for both 32- and 64-bit machines..."
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28 Mar 2017 Oracle Linux 6.9 Released with Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel 4.1.12, TLS 1.2 [62029]
Softpedia, March 28th, 2017

Oracle announced today, March 28, 2017, the release and general availability of the Oracle Linux 6.9 operating system, the ninth update to the Oracle Linux 6 stable series

Prominent features of Oracle Linux 6.9 include support for TLS (Transport Layer Security) 1.2 on all system components, along with vsftpd support for TLS 1.2 and auditd support for incremental_async, implementation of the cpuid utility supporting AMD, Intel, and VIA CPUs, improved SSSD (System Security Services Daemon) support for Active Directory (AD), and better support when running as a Hyper-V guest.
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