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GParted Live Update Supports Btrfs Resizing

The new release of the Live Linux distribution updates its underlying OS and includes an new version of the GNOME Partition Editor; this adds support for resizing partitions that use the Btrfs file system...

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Trying Out dtrace, by Wim Coekaerts

One of the things we talked about at Oracle Openworld, last week, was Dtrace for Oracle Linux. There's not been much information on it yet so I wanted to write up what you need to do to give it a go.

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Feedback Requested: Filesystem Hierarchy Standard Released

Just before LinuxCon North America in Vancouver, The Linux Foundation released a draft proposal for an update to the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)...

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Linux Mainline Contains All the Xen Code Bits for Dom0 and DomU Support

After a relatively long road traveled with a few bumps along the way, as of yesterday, Linus's mainline tree (2.6.39+) contains literally every component needed for Linux to run both as a management domain kernel(Dom0) and a guest(DomU)...

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Kernel Log: First Release Candidate for Linux 2.6.39

Torvalds said that he considers 2.6.39 more of a solid version with a boring amount of progress – however, with ipset, the Xen network backend, as well as many new and improved drivers, the new kernel, which is expected to be released in late May or early June, does offer numerous improvements which matter to end users.

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