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Kernel Progress Entering New Era of Innovation

The last 12 months in Linux kernel development may have been less than exciting, but that may be just a breather before what's coming up next, according to kernel developer and Linux Weekly News editor Jon Corbet.

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New Linux Kernel Boasts Speed, Efficiency Gains

Thanks to heavy contributions from search giant Google, new Linux 2.6.35 kernel offers improvements in networking capabilities and performance.

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AppArmor set for inclusion in Linux kernel

Currently it looks very likely that the AppArmor security extension for the Linux kernel will soon be integrated into the official kernel sources...

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The 2.6.35 Kernel Is Out

Linus has released the 2.6.35 kernel with no further prepatches after 2.6.35-rc6, as he had suggested might be possible.

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Kernel Summit 2010 Planning Process Begins

The 2010 Kernel Summit will be held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on November 1 and 2, immediately prior to the Linux Plumbers Conference....

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