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Linux 2.6.33-rc3 Released

It's been quiet due to the holidays, so -rc3 is reasonably small despite being a few days over the normal one-week mark. And most of the changes are pretty trivial, although both ext4 and reiserfs had some trouble in -rc2, hopefully all fixed now.

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A Decade of Linux

In the past ten years, Linux has gone from being an operating system for geeks to being everyone's operating system. 
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Linux 2.6.33-rc2 - Merry Christmas...

And if you aren't celebrating anything at all, but instead sitting in your dark basement feeling lonely and bored, you can at least try out the latest -rc kernel..

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Radeon HDMI Audio Set For Linux 2.6.33 Kernel

The Direct Rendering Manager code in the Linux 2.6.33 kernel has received many improvements including the KMS page-flipping ioctl, DisplayPort monitor support for ATI KMS, R600/700 interrupts support, support for unreleased Intel IGPs, and many other changes. Coming after this initial pull request...
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2.6.32 is Out! But a Word of Caution Around CFQ

Everyone loves a shiny new kernel. The latest one, 2.6.32, was released on Dec. 3 and there are some nice updates/fixes for file systems and IO in general. But there is a very important change for the CFQ IO scheduler that you need to understand.

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