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Two Years With Linux BFS, The Brain Fuck Scheduler

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phoronix.com: This month marks the two-year anniversary of the release of BFS, the Brain Fuck Scheduler, for the Linux kernel. While BFS has not been merged into the mainline Linux kernel, the scheduler is still actively maintained by Con Kolivas and patches are updated for new kernel releases.

One time around the Bodhi Tree

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technodumps.blogspot: So bodhi is a Pali/Sanskrit work that loosely translates to "enlightenment". They seem to make heavy reference to this lineage in their artwork and as well as their naming.

Linux Mint 11 LXDE released

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The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 11 LXDE.

Kernel Log: Coming in 3.1 - Part 1 - Networking

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h-online.com: Among the most important advancements of Linux 3.1 are improvements for all major Wi-Fi drivers and virtualisation optimisations.

Debian Community celebrates its 18th birthday

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debian.org: The Debian Project is pleased to mark the 18th anniversary of Ian Murdoch's founding announcement. A lot has happened to the project and its community in the past eighteen years.

Fedora 15 Live USB

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dontsurfinthenude.blogspot: I've been trying Fedora 15 (and Gnome 3) from a Live USB. I've had a Live CD since the beta but my CD is failing and read errors mean programs fail to launch even if the OS does load. I'd tried a USB installation a year or so ago when I was distro hopping, but without luck.

Celebrating the “Best of” Linux Videos

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linuxfoundation.org: We created our Linux Video {http://video.linux.com} forum a few years ago to provide a place for the community to share Linux tutorials, inspirational stories and fun content.

Are Linux Users Smarter or is Everyone Else Just Lazy?

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datamation.com: For several years now, I've watched in amazement as two different groups of technology fans have exchanged blows back and forth on the mainstream readiness of the Linux desktop.

Quickly booting C64 games in Linux

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The good news is that don't have to remember a bunch of archaic commands to get your favorite C64 games up and running. Using the VICE emulator, it takes nothing more than creating a desktop icon to boot a C64 game.

Three Quake like drop-down terminals for Linux

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I have become a big fan of drop down terminal windows, modeled after the Quake console, instead of having a terminal window sitting in the background that I have to switch to for every command that I want to run.

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