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7-Sep-2022: Announcing the first release of Mouse MSigDB (v2022.1.Mm) with ~16,000 gene sets that can be used directly for GSEA analysis of mouse datasets without the need for orthology conversion. A new release of Human MSigDB (v2022.1.Hs) includes updates to Reactome, GO, HPO, and WikiPathways. See the release notes for details.
1-Mar-2022: GSEA 4.2.3 released. There is a new correlation metric (Spearman) and a new collapse mode (Absolute Max), plus better handling of missing values and many other fixes in 4.2.x. Log4J has been removed entirely from the code to avoid vulnerability concerns. All users are encouraged to update! See the release notes for details.
Since its launch, the TD-17 series has powered the progress of drummers everywhere. And now, the journey continues with 20 additional preset kits and 26 pre-loaded samples that you can use in your custom kits. Reverb and Kit Comp effects have also been added, along with 11 more MFX types for shaping drum tones. And with integrated support for Roland Cloud content, you can expand your playing experience with a growing selection of sounds, samples, and custom kits from top V-Drums artists.The TD-17 Version 2 update is a free download for current TD-17 module owners.
If possible, set your router to automatically install software and firmware updates as they become available. These updates can affect the security settings available to you, and they deliver other important improvements to the stability, performance, and security of your router.
Windows Vista (SP1) and later and OS X (10.6.5 and later) have native support for exFAT. (Windows XP and Server 2003 can support exFAT via an optional update from Microsoft.)Most BSD and Linux distributions did not, for legal reasons; though in Linux kernel 5.4 Microsoft open-sourced the spec and allowed the inclusion of an exFAT driver. Users of older kernels or BSD can manually install third-party implementations of exFAT (as a FUSE module) in order to be able to mount exFAT-formatted volumes. However, SDXC cards can be reformatted to use any file system (such as ext4, UFS, or VFAT), alleviating the restrictions associated with exFAT availability.
EEROMS partition will only be created on SD cards bigger than 8gb. For detail explanation: #979This also changes how the second partition is created, It is now 6GB (unless you use a 4GB sd card, then it will be 2GB) If you update from 4.5 or lower you will keep the 2GB STORAGE partition, but if you need your STORAGE partition to be bigger (6GB), then you will need to do a clean install on a SD card bigger than 8GB.
While this looks like a small changelog, keep in mind this is mostly an update for most cores, ports and emulators (60+) have been updated to the latest commits on github, we tested them internally but as always we cannot test with all devices and with all games, so if you find issues please post them on the forum or discord, unless, if you are 100% sure it's a reproducible bug then open a Github issue.
EDIT: Auto update seems to be broken, to fix it, please download and copy the file updatecheck.sh to /emuelec/bin (via network share its on configfiles/emuelec/bin) if the bin folder does not exists, create it, also make sure the file is set to executable (via ssh chmod +x updatecheck.sh and then check updates as normal
1.- Flash the correct test image to your SD, it needs to be the .img.gz on a CLEAN sd, it will not work on update (.tar)2.- Right after it is flashed open the first partition EMUELEC3.- Create a file named ee_fstype (no extension!) on the root of the EMUELEC partition4.- Open the file and type fat32 (default) exfat,ntfs or ext4 save it and close it5.- Do whatever you do to the partition (dtb change, ee_default.txt, etc)6.- Test
While I tried to do as much testing as possible with the new ee_fstype option, there still might be issues, NTFS is by far the most problematic so I suggest you first try fat32 or exfat, both will work on Windows computers and Macs. NTFS might have some issues with mounting the update folder, so please use it as a last resort.
Note: Regular update is broken on 4.0, if you want to update directly you need to go to:1.- Updates and Downloads and set update type to Stable2.- EmuELEC Settings > Danger Zone > Force Update and follow the instructions
This version includes a big change on how binaries and scripts are stored, basically to deal with the issue of people not reading how to properly update and since I am getting tired of answering the same question over and over again, lets just move all binaries and scripts to RO /usr/bin, this will force update all of these and make updating much simpler.
WARNING 2: If your saves are in /storage/.config/retroarch/save* (or any other place other than the /storage/roms folder) make a backup of them BEFORE you update! or they will be lost, RA should now save them on the same folder as the ROM (as it did before) but you need to replace the retroarch.cfg (you can just delete it from network share or ssh and reboot) or change the savefiles_in_content_dir and savestates_in_content_dir to true in the retroarch.cfg file
The Feature Paper can be either an original research article, a substantial novel research study that often involvesseveral techniques or approaches, or a comprehensive review paper with concise and precise updates on the latestprogress in the field that systematically reviews the most exciting advances in scientific literature. This type ofpaper provides an outlook on future directions of research or possible applications.
Abstract:In recent years, since edge computing has become more and more popular, its security issues have become apparent and have received unprecedented attention. Thus, the current research concentrates on security not only regarding devices such as PCs, smartphones, tablets, and IoTs, but also the automobile industry. However, since attack vectors have become more sophisticated than ever, we cannot just protect the zone above the system software layer in a certain operating system, such as Linux, for example. In addition, the challenges in IoT devices, such as power consumption, performance efficiency, and authentication management, still need to be solved. Since most IoT devices are controlled remotely, the security regarding system maintenance and upgrades has become a big issue. Therefore, a mechanism that can maintain IoT devices within a trusted environment based on localhost or over-the-air (OTA) will be a viable solution. We propose a mechanism called STBEAT, integrating an open-source project with ARM TrustZone to solve the challenges of upgrading the IoT system and updating system files more safely. This paper focuses on the ARMv7 architecture and utilizes the security stack from TrustZone to OP-TEE under the STM32 board package, and finally obtains the security key from the trusted application, which is used to conduct the cryptographic operations and then install the newer image on the MMC interface. To sum up, we propose a novel software update strategy and integrated ARM TrustZone security extension to beef up the embedded ecosystem.Keywords: ARM TrustZone security; access control; data security; embedded software; embedded system; STM32 2b1af7f3a8