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2014 Linux Security Summit Schedule Published

James Morris has a blog post announcing that the schedule for this year's Linux Security Summit (LSS) is now available. It starts with a keynote from James Bottomley of Parallels, then there are seven refereed talks, as well as other sessions: "Discussion session topics include Trusted Kernel Lock-down Patch Series,...

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Kernel Prepatch 3.16-rc5

Linus has sent out the 3.16-rc5 prepatch. "Things are looking normal, and as usual, I _wish_ there was a bit less churn going on since it's getting fairly late in the rc cycle, but honestly, it's not like there is anything that really raises any eyebrows here."...

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The Future of Realtime Linux in Doubt

In a message about the release of the 3.14.10-rt7 realtime Linux kernel, Thomas Gleixner reiterated that the funding problems that have plagued realtime Linux (which he raised, again, at last year's Real Time Linux Workshop) have only gotten worse. Efforts were made to find funding for the project, but "nothing...

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Linux 3.16 Is Looking Good For ARM Hardware Support

The Linux 3.16 kernel is set to debut with a fair amount of new ARM hardware / SoC enablement, which in turn will soon benefit Fedora ARM users seeing as they are likely to lock onto this new version for the Fedora 21 release...

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Stable Kernel Updates

Greg KH has released stable kernels 3.15.4, 3.14.11, 3.10.47, and 3.4.97. All of them contain important fixes throughout the tree.

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