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Après les énormes chutes de neige, alertes aux inondations dans l'Etat de New York
Le niveau de l'eau pourrait atteindre 1,50 à 1,80 mètres dans le secteur de Buffalo.
Rugby : le XV de France battu par les Argentins
Le XV de France a chuté face à l'Argentine lors du troisième et dernier match de la tournée d'automne, samedi au Stade de France (18-13).
Après un déjeuner à Lille, Hollande et Aubry affirment « former une bonne équipe de double »
A Lille pour le match de la France en Coupe Davis, le chef de l'Etat a déjeuné avec son ancienne rivale aux primaires socialistes.
Foot européen : Manchester bat Arsenal, Messi s'offre un record
Samedi, Lionel Messi a inscrit son 253e but en Liga, record absolu, dans le match contre Séville (5-1). En Premier league, Manchester United a battu Arsenal (2-1).
Rugby : les Argentins mènent face au XV de France (18-13)
Après les succès face aux Fidji et à l'Australie, l'équipe de France vise une troisième victoire face aux Argentins samedi au Stade de France. A la 65e minute de jeu, les visiteurs mènent au score.
Rugby : l'Australie tombe une nouvelle fois en Irlande
Une semaine après une défaite en France (29-26), les Australiens ont chuté en Irlande (26-23) samedi à Dublin, à onze mois de la Coupe du monde.
Ligue 1 : Monaco freiné par Caen, Lyon accroché à Bastia
Après la victoire du PSG à Metz, Lyon a été accroché par Bastia (0-0) tandis que Monaco n'a pas battu Caen (2-2), samedi lors de la 14e journée.
Manifestations contre la répression policière, incidents à Nantes et Toulouse
La mobilisation a eu lieu dans une vingtaine de villes. A l'exception de Nantes et Toulouse, les manifestations se sont déroulées dans le calme.
Ligue 1 : suivez Bastia-Lyon en direct
Les Lyonnais, troisièmes de Ligue 1, sont en déplacement samedi à Bastia, quinzième, lors de la 14e journée du championnat de France.
Valérie Trierweiler, ambassadrice du « François Bashing » outre-Manche
L'ex-compagne de François Hollande entame en fanfare la tournée promotionnelle de son livre, qui sort le 25 novembre au Royaume- Uni.

Linux Weekly News

Introducing AcousticBrainz
MusicBrainz, the not-for-profit project that maintains an assortment of "open content" music metadata databases, has announced a new effort named AcousticBrainz. AcousticBrainz is designed to be an open, crowd- sourced database cataloging various "audio features" of music, including "low- level spectral information such as tempo, and additional high level descriptors for genres, moods, keys, scales and much more." The data collected is more comprehensive than MusicBrainz's existing AcoustID database, which deals only with acoustic fingerprinting for song recognition.
The new project is a partnership with the Music Technology Group at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and uses that group's free-software toolkit Essentia to perform its acoustic analyses. A follow-up post digs into the AcousticBrainz analysis of the project's initial 650,000-track data set, including examinations of genre, mood, key, and other factors.
A Friday kernel collection
Greg Kroah-Hartman has released three new stable kernels: 3.10.61, 3.14.25, and 3.17.4, each containing important updates and fixes.
Version 2 of the kdbus patches posted
The second version of the kdbus patches have been posted to the Linux kernel mailing list by Greg Kroah-Hartman. The biggest change since the original patch set (which we looked at in early November) is that kdbus now provides a filesystem-based interface (kdbusfs) rather than the /dev/kdbus device-based interface. There are lots of other changes in response to v1 review comments as well. "kdbus is a kernel-level IPC implementation that aims for resemblance to [the] protocol layer with the existing userspace D-Bus daemon while enabling some features that couldn't be implemented before in userspace."
Friday's security updates
CentOS has updated libxml2 (C5: denial of service).
Debian has updated drupal7 (multiple vulnerabilities).
Fedora has updated kernel (F20: multiple vulnerabilities).
Gentoo has updated adobe-flash (multiple vulnerabilities). Mageia has updated boinc-client (denial of service), ffmpeg (M3; M4: multiple vulnerabilities), hawtjni (M3: code execution), kdebase4-runtime, kwebkitpart (code execution), kdebase4-workspace (M4: privilege escalation), kdenetwork4 (M3: multiple vulnerabilities), kernel (M3; M4: multiple vulnerabilities), kernel-vserver (M3: multiple vulnerabilities), krb5 (ticket forgery), libvirt (information disclosure), php- smarty (M3; M4: code execution), privoxy (denial of service), python-djblets (M4: multiple vulnerabilities), python-imaging, python-pillow (multiple vulnerabilities), qemu (M4: multiple vulnerabilities), ruby (multiple vulnerabilities), srtp (M3: denial of service), and wireshark (multiple vulnerabilities). Mandriva has updated asterisk (BS1: multiple vulnerabilities).
openSUSE has updated gnutls (multiple vulnerabilities) and libvirt (password leak). Oracle has updated bash (O5; O6; O7: multiple vulnerabilities), libvirt (O6: multiple vulnerabilities), libXfont (O6; O7: multiple vulnerabilities), libxml2 (O5: denial of service), mariadb (O7: multiple vulnerabilities), and mysql55-mysql (O5: multiple vulnerabilities). Red Hat has updated java-1.5.0-ibm (RHEL5,6: multiple vulnerabilities), java-1.7.0-ibm (RHEL6: multiple vulnerabilities), java-1.7.1-ibm (RHEL6,7: multiple vulnerabilities), and libxml2 (RHEL5: denial of service). Scientific Linux has updated libxml2 (SL5: denial of service). Ubuntu has updated apparmor (14.04: privilege escalation) and ruby1.8, ruby1.9.1, ruby2.0, ruby2.1 (12.04, 14.04, 14.10: denial of service).
McKenney: Stupid RCU Tricks: rcutorture Catches an RCU Bug
On his blog, Paul McKenney investigates a bug in read-copy update (RCU) in preparation for the 3.19 merge window. "Of course, we all have specific patches that we are suspicious of. So my next step was to revert suspect patches and to otherwise attempt to outguess the bug. Unfortunately, I quickly learned that the bug is difficult to reproduce, requiring something like 100 hours of focused rcutorture testing. Bisection based on 100-hour tests would have consumed the remainder of 2014 and a significant fraction of 2015, so something better was required. In fact, something way better was required because there was only a very small number of failures, which meant that the expected test time to reproduce the bug might well have been 200 hours or even 300 hours instead of my best guess of 100 hours."
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