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Linux Kernel 3.13: Why You Will Love nftables

Linux 3.13 is out bringing, among other things, the first official release of nftables. nftables is the project that aims to replace the existing {ip,ip6,arp,eb}tables framework aka iptables.

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Linus Torvalds: Any CLA is Fundamentally Broken

Linus Torvalds says: To be fair, people just like hating on Canonical. The FSF and Apache Foundation CLA's are pretty much equally broken.The post Linus Torvalds: Any CLA is fundamentally broken appeared first on Muktware.

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Linux 3.14 To Support EFI Kexec Capability

Kexec will be supported on EFI-based systems with the Linux 3.14 kernel that just officially entered development this morning...

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The 3.13 Kernel is Out

Linus has released the 3.13 kernel. "The release got delayed by a week due to travels, but I suspect that's just as well. We had a few fixes come in, and while it wasn't a lot, I think we're better off for it." Some of the headline features in 3.13...

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Linux 3.14 Officializes Broadwell, Deprecates Legacy UMS

As usual, Intel's preparing to land a lot of exciting changes within the Linux 3.14 kernel as soon as its merge window opens in the coming days...

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