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Hrm .. i don't get how that should/could affect X11 based machines.

Even if you have a CTF/IME like functionality over there, it usually will not be able to connect to the xdm process or reach root privileges otherwise... hhmm...




 



 



 




 



 



 
"[…] #NetworkManager is […] widespread network configuration daemons in #Linux distributions. […] learn how to control it, continue reading.

[…] disable NetworkManager […]? Do you think […] "just for WiFi?" Well, this blog post is for you, too […]"




 



 
Lubomir Rintel: Please welcome: #NetworkManager 1.20

"[…] dropping some old cruft […] Vendor-supplied profiles and scripts […] Improved D-Bus API […] The daemon restart got more robust […] Wi-Fi Mesh networks are supported […]"

blogs.gnome.org/lkundrak/2019/…

Please welcome: NetworkManager 1.20



 



 
"Modern text rendering with Linux: Overview." Andrea Cognolato writes

"[…] give an overview of the modern #Linux text rendering stack and to give the reader an understanding of the complexity behind it. […] The stack is composed of 4 components: […]"

mrandri19.github.io/2019/07/24/mod…