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oops.kernel.org is a website that tries to help the developers of the Linux kernel by collecting so-called oopses, which are the crash signatures of the Linux kernel. The collected oopses are processed statistically to present information for the kernel developers, such as:
* Which crash signatures occur the most? (and thus need to be fixed
* When did a certain crash signature show up first?
* Which API functions are the most error prone?
This project was created for package suse-hello-1.0 via attribute OBS:Maintained
This project was created for package tor-browser via attribute OBS:Maintained
This project was created for package rarpd via attribute OBS:Maintained
This project was created for package pam-python via attribute OBS:Maintained
This project was created for package softhsm via attribute OBS:Maintained
DEV project for pam-accesscontrol
Yep man, it's just example... %)
PAM-accesscontrol is the highly intellectual and easily configurable system to control access to host via PAM interfaces. It makes it possible to manages access for some user, group of users or LDAP-groups (supports FreeIPA and Active Directory) by adding just one line to the config file. It makes it possible to be notifyed about establisching each new incoming connection and allow or not allow it (by using notification window). PAM-accesscontrol supports and recognizes SSH password and public key authentication and uses Syslog for every login-events. This is the last security layer for enterprises and personal use.
This is an optional kernel package with the PREEMPT_RT patch applied. The preempt_rt patch provides preemption for most parts of the kernel, making this kernel excellent for producing short latency responses, and a bit worse for overall throughput. As many drivers as possible are included as modules. Some stuff (HAM) is not considered. This package can be installed alongside the default kernel
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SLE 12 GA rebuilt
This package will be submitted to openSUSE:Factory soon. All changes for the Factory package should get tested here first.
This project aims to build newest network tools against stable openSUSE versions