ntp in Fedora 34.
ntpsec is designed with the highest
security standards in mind and its focus is to be a more secure
ntp. This change improves the overall security of
ntp contained a number of vulnerabilities that had been
exploited in recent years and were not fixed, nor were fixes considered
likely to come soon.
ntpsec is an open-source, actively maintained, fork
ntp and improves on it by removing obsolete code, updating the
codebase, and adding additional features.
There are not likely to be any visible effects for Fedora users:
already almost fully compatible with
ntp and so existing settings should
continue to function for most users. There are very minor functional
ntp, as described
here, and so there is the
potential for limited problems to occur. If problems do occur, then check
system logs from the
ntpd service and modify
necessary, see the documentation for
The latest version, v1.20, is available in Fedora 34. See the NTPsec project news page for information about the latest version compared to prior releases.
Fedora 34 provides the
mariadb package version 10.5, replacing the 10.4
series in Fedora since Fedora 32.
MariaDB 10.5 introduces several enhancements to improve functionality, compatibility and performance.
For full information about this release, see the official MariaDB release notes.
Certain number of utilities in the upstream
bluez bluetooth package have
long been deprecated and no longer receive any updates. The functionality of
those utilities was replaced by the core
In Fedora 34, the deprecated
bluez utilities have been moved to a
dedicated sub-package to indicate their upstream support status.
The list of utilities being moved are: