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Main Development Phase for Linux Kernel 2.6.37 Concluded

Expected in early January, the new kernel version offers the basics for running Linux as a Xen Dom0 kernel and is faster when generating Ext4 file systems. Other new additions include drivers for USB Attached SCSI and Apple's Magic Trackpad...

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The 2.6.37 Merge Window is Closed

Linus has announced the 2.6.37-rc1 release from his Cambridge hotel room and closed the merge window for this release. "There's a lot of changes there - just shy of 10k commits since 2.6.36 - despite the slightly shortened merge window. Way too many to list. But the part that I...

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Tracing Linux Problems With Strace

Strace is handy tool for performance testing and troubleshooting on Linux; in this article learn how to do some basic troubleshooting when your applications crash or refuse to start.

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OpenNebula 2.0 Open Source Cloud Software Released

Version 2.0 of the open source OpenNebula Toolkit goes a long way towards establishing it as a viable alternative to commercial cloud computing software...

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Mozilla Addresses Firefox Nobel Security Hole

Popular open source browser wasted no time in issuing a patch for a zero-day vulnerability that was distributing malware around the Web, including the Nobel Peace Prize site.

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