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Linsched for 2.6.35 Released

Linsched is a user-space simulator intended to run the Linux scheduling subsystem; it is intended to help developers working on improving (or understanding) the scheduler. A new version, based on 2.6.35, has been released. "Since Linsched allows arbitrary hardware topologies to be modeled, it enables testing of scheduler changes on...

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Vulnerabilities in Xpdf Affect Several Open Source Products

According to a report from Red Hat, two vulnerabilities in the free PDF reader Xpdf can be exploited via manipulated PDF documents to compromise a system...

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Three Apps That Keep Linux Squeaky Clean

Have you cleaned up your Linux installation lately? On its face, that question might wrongly mark me as a Linux newbie, much like a Linux newcomer asking about antivirus and antimalware software.

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Apache Shindig 2.0 Looks to Boost OpenSocial

After passing a milestone with the release of version 2.0, Apache Shindig looks to expand developers' options using OpenSocial to build social Web apps.

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Tutorial: 4 Archiving Tools for Linux Server Admins

There are all kinds of fancy backup applications, from free to complicated and expensive. But it's still hard to beat the speed, simplicity, and flexibility of the old standbys.

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