Debian 12 Bookworm is expected to be released this summer. We want to give you a brief preview and info how to test it, either using our DietPi Bookworm images, or by upgrading your running DietPi Bullseye system.
Dirty Pipe vulnerability in Linux
A critical security vulnerability in the Linux kernel has been detected, which allows a user to get write access to a file, it shouldn’t have write access to, by using pipes for data streams and the Linux filesystem page cache. The vulnerability is hence called “Dirty Pipe“, otherwise given the ID CVE-2022-0847. The vulnerability affects […]
Mitigating the Log4j vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) on DietPi
Here is how you can check whether one of your applications is affected by CVE-2021-44228, and how to mitigate the vulnerability.
Why you should upgrade your Stretch system now
If you run a system with an underlying Debian Stretch version, we recommend to upgrade it at least to Debian Buster now. Here is why. Skip description and jump to update procedure: How can I upgrade now? Debian release model The Debian GNU/Linux operating system gets a major update every two years. The latest stable […]
DietPi. Share experiences
The first post of our new blog to welcome everyone and tell you what it’s about.