linux kernel

Updated kernel packages that fix several bugs are now available for Debian Linux v4.0.

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A sudden outburst of violent disk I/O activity can bring down your email or web server. Usually, a web / mysql or mail server serving millions and millions pages per months are prone to this kind of problem. Backup activity can increase current system load. To avoid this kind of sudden outburst problem, run your script with scheduling class and priority. Linux comes with various utilities to manage this kind of madness.

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Understanding anatomy of security-enhanced Linux (SELinux) architecture and implementation.

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Deluded SCO CEO on witness stand: “Linux is a copy of UNIX”

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Today Hans Reiser was found guilty of first degree murder in Oakland, California – In a murder case with no body, no crime scene, no reliable eyewitness and virtually no physical evidence, the prosecution began the trial last last November.

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A report from the Linux Foundation details individual kernel contributions and suggests enterprise use is expanding. However there is elite group inside community. During the past three years, the top 10 individual developers have contributed nearly 15 per cent of the changes to the kernel, while the top 30 developers have submitted 30 per cent, […]

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Interesting idea that explains how to build awesome secure and portable system using Linux. From the article: I designed this system with both security and portability in mind. My system uses a Linux kernel and the entire thing, applications, personal data, etc, takes up 1GB of space. It is split up into two parts, the […]

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