This week in Linux news, a major Linux vulnerability leaves Linux servers and PCs at risk, Canonical scores a contract with AT&T, and more! Don’t miss the biggest Linux headlines of the past week.
1) A Linux kernel zero-day vulnerability has exposed Linux PCs, servers, & 66% of Android phones/tablets.
2) AT&T has chosen Canonical over Microsoft Azure and IBM for a network and cloud contract.
3) Tiny Core Linux now offers a distro that supports Pi 1 and 2 from the same media.
4) This flaw isn’t nearly as bad as first reported, but Linux administrators still need to fix it.
5) Students from diverse backgrounds will receive free Linux training and certification, thanks to The Linux Foundation & Goodwill.
6) Linux Foundation board member Alan Clark talks about the importance of open source at OpenStack Seattle.
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