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Kernel Log: Coming in 3.0 (Part 1) - Networking

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Linux A Just-in-Time compiler promises to provide fast network packet filtering. The Wi-Fi stack now supports the Wake-on-Wireless-LAN standard, and unprivileged users are allowed to "ping".

Fedora 16 To Use Btrfs By Default

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Linux When it comes to adopting the newest technologies, Fedora is always at the front among the major Linux distributions. Well, Fedora might very well do it again by adopting a new file system for its next release.

Understatement of the Year by Linus Torvalds

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Linux Here many commentators tell me that thin clients will never fly and that desktop PCs must have that other OS but refuse to believe that my GNU/Linux terminal servers and thin clients are much less expensive and have better performance than thick clients with that other OS.

Fight “lawful access” with Liberté Linux

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Linux While Canada’s Internet experience is, at present, nothing like the filtered and monitored mess you’d get in say, China, there are some troubling signs ahead.

Inside Murdoch's $5m Linux supercomputer

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Hardware Supercomputing group iVEC has invited its first applications from researchers seeking access to its $5 million Linux cluster at Murdoch University.

phoronix: nvidia, xorg, ext4, cpuidle

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  • NVIDIA Linux Driver Now Does GL_EXT_x11_sync_object
  • The Official X.Org Notes For Ubuntu 11.10
  • Snapshots Support For EXT4 File-System
  • Linux Kernel Power Consumption Is Lowered, But Regressions Remain

Adventures in IPv6

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  • Adventures in IPv6
  • Making things IPv6 capable

The relationship between CentOS and Redhat

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Linux Karanbir Singh (KS) of CentOS was interviewed last November 2010 by Randal Schwartz (RS) and Dan Lynch (DL) on the "FLOSS Weekly" radio program. Here was an interesting portion of the interview.

Has Linux Missed the IPv6 Day Train?

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Linux If you're a Linux user on IPv6 Day, I've got some good news and some bad news for you.

Valve and Linux Troubles

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  • Valve and Linux Troubles
  • Dragon Ball In MY Linux?
  • 'Braid' is Now Available in Ubuntu Software Center
  • Strategic Initiative
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