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Linux 2.6.32-rc4 Released

Another week, another -rc. About 60% of the patch is just a single new huge and bloated SCSI FC driver (yeah, I was close to not merging it at all), and if you look at all drivers and arch/blackfin, they together account for about 97%+ of the diffs since -rc3.
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I Have a Schedule to Keep--IO Schedulers

The Linux kernel has several different IO schedulers. This article provides an introduction to the concept of schedulers and what options exist for Linux.
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Linux 2.6.32-rc3 Released

Yes, it's really -rc3, because I'm skipping -rc2 entirely.
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Linux 2.6.32-rc1 Released

It's been two weeks (and then some - but with last week being LinuxCon and Plumbers conf I extended it by a few days), and as usual that means that the merge window is all over and done with. 2.6.32-rc1 is out, so give it a whirl.
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Linux via the Internet with boot.kernel.org

Boot.kernel.org allows users with broadband internet connections to start a variety of Linux distributions from the internet...
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