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Linus Is A Fake!

 Every true Linux geek knows that Linus Torvalds is our fearless leader, the developer-in-chief, keeper of the stable tree and decider of what will be. But according to the Linux Foundation, what you see may not be what you get.
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Metadata Performance of Four Linux File Systems

Using the principles of good benchmarking, we explore the metadata performance of four Linux file systems using a simple benchmark, fdtree.
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Con Kolivas Returns with a New Scheduler

Con Kolivas, who worked on desktop interactivity issues in the past before storming off in 2007, has posted a new scheduler called BFS.
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Linux Kernel Development Speeds Up

New Linux Foundation report finds that the pace of new code in the open source operating system is growing faster.
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Fixing Linux

An ancient problem in the gcc compiler has lead to a security hole in essentially every modern version of Linux. But, the fixes are already out. Here's what you need to know. read more...
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