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The Best Linux Events of 2012

The Linux Foundation today announced its 2012 Linux events and onsite training schedule. Some highlights include a triple-header in San Diego in August: LinuxCon North America, Linux Plumbers Conference and Linux Kernel Summit. Someone better warn San Diego natives that we're taking over their city this summer. We're also really excited to host three events in Barcelona: LinuxCon Europe, Embedded Linux Conference Europe and KVM Forum. Viva Linux!

You can check out today's news release for details on these and other events or check out this slideshow we whipped together with some cool images and photos from past events. Shows us what's in store this year.


Updates on the Stable and Longterm Kernel Trees

On Monday, January 9th, Greg Kroah-Hartman published an update on the status of the longterm/stable kernel trees that he's maintaining. It's worth a notice if you're interested in the state of the longterm kernels.

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Stable kernel release candidates

I thought it would be easier to do a round of stable kernel releases in the middle of the larger kernel merge window, to prevent the next round from being so big (given that there are a lot of patches usually applying during the -rc1 merge window cycle). So, I've...

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Stable kernel tree status, January 9, 2012

As 3.2 is now out, here's a note as to the current status of the different stable/longterm kernel trees. First off, please everyone remember to mark any patch that you want to have applied to the stable kernel trees with a simple: Cc: stable < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it > marking in the Signed-off-by: area. Once the patch hits Linus's tree, I will automatically be notified of it and it will be applied if possible. If it does not applied, you will be notified of that. Note that the address is This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , not the older address that used to be used before October of 2011.
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Linux Training for Your New Year’s Resolutions

We’ve scheduled several training classes to help you ring in the New Year. Immediately on the horizon is our LF331 Developing Linux Device Drivers class on January 16-20, 2012. LF331 introduces programmers to the Linux kernel and the different device drivers used in the Linux kernel space, while hands-on exercises and demos provide the necessary tools to learn how to...
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