The sheer versatility of the Linux kernel truly knows no bounds. It can be found, literally, everywhere. From your local library to your local big box retailer, Linux is barely a stone’s throw away. There are very few places in the world that can be considered Linux-free. A small tribal village? Maybe. A shade tree mechanic? Possibly. A Prison? Well … not really. That’s right.
- The EPO’s Investigative Unit Exposed: Part IV
- Summary of the Red Hat-Microsoft Patent Agreement of 2015
- IP Kat Bemoans Crushing of the EPO's Boards by an Increasingly Paranoid EPO Management
- IP Dealmakers Forum Brags About Having the World's Largest Patent Troll as Keynote Speaker
- So-Called 'Trade' Treaties Like TPP and TTIP Threaten to Legalise Software Patents in Europe and Even Effectively Ban Software Freedom/Copyleft
- Links 6/11/2015: CAINE 7, Tiny Core 6.4.1
- Media Coverage of the Red Hat-Microsoft Deal Includes Microsoft Talking Points and Moles, No Discussion About Patent Aspects
- Is Anybody Still Using Microsoft Windows? Now Is a Fine Time to Stop.
- Links 5/11/2015: Framing Linus Torvalds, NetBeans IDE 8.1
- CopyCamp '15 in Warsaw Discussed the Problem of Patents on Software, Which Still Exist in Europe
- The EPO’s Investigative Unit Exposed: Part III
- More Information Emerges About the Microsoft-Red Hat Patent Agreement
- Dutch Political Action Against the EPO's Management Greater Than Previously Estimated
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- Red Hat's Deal With Microsoft Resurrects Fears of Software Patents Against GNU/Linux and Introduces 'Triple-Dipping' of Fees
- Red Hat Sells Out With a Microsoft Patent Deal
- Vista 10 and Other Spyware Not a Choice But Imperative for People Who Stay With Windows
- GNU/Linux and Free/Libre Software Dominance: What It Comes Down to is Patents
- The EPO's Investigative Unit Exposed: Part I
- The EPO’s Investigative Unit Exposed: Part II
- The Latest Propaganda From Benoît Battistelli is Promotion of the Unitary Patent (UPC) at Political Levels
- A State Within a State: Süddeutsche Zeitung Article About the EPO's Bizarre Existence Above the Law
- More European Politicians Take on the EPO for Ignoring the Rule of Law
- Links 4/11/2015: Linux-Based Parcel Delivery, OpenSUSE Leap 42.1
- Vista 10 Looking Worse and Behaving Worse Over Time; People Reject It, So Microsoft Will Force People to Get It
- EFF Asks CAFC to Tackle the Trolls' Docket, the Eastern District of Texas
- The Benoît Battistelli Way or the Highway: EPO Enlarged Board of Appeal is Being Discredited, SUEPO Web Site is Down Again
- EPO “Careering Towards the Precipice of Disaster”
- Links 3/11/2015: Tails 1.7, Fedora 23
- Links 3/11/2015: Linux 4.3, OpenELEC 6.0
- Links 31/10/2015: Twitch's Arch Linux Challenge, GNOME 3.19.1
- Microsoft's Poaching Efforts (Against GNU/Linux) Advance, Don't Fall Into the Trap
- Android is Being Disrupted by Microsoft and Its Satellite Entities Like Cyanogen, Patent Trolls, and Xamarin
- Patents Roundup: Software Patents in India, the US, Microsoft's Dubious Software Patents, and Mark Cuban
- Private Eye Covers the EPO Scandals, Says EPO Hired 'British Snooping Firm Global Risk Consultants'
- Former German Constitutional Court Judge Denounces the EPO's Possible Campaign of Defamation Against Judge Accused of Truth-Telling
- Benoît Battistelli Became an Embarrassment to the European Patent Organisation, Allege EPO Workers
- The International Labour Organisation Highlights Problems of Broader Dimensions at EPO
- Links 30/10/2015: System76 Sells Oryx Pro, Plasma 5.5 Looks for Wallpapers
RapidDisk is an advanced Linux RAM Disk which consists of a collection of modules and an administration tool. Features include: Dynamically allocate RAM as block device. Use them as stand alone disk drives or even map them as caching nodes to slower local disk drives.
I pushed it into the mainline last Sunday. Yes, I know, I am a bit late with this announcement.