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When the Kernel ABI Has to Change

Maintaining user-space ABI compatibility is one of the key guiding principles of Linux kernel development; changes that break user space are likely to be reverted quickly, often after an incendiary message from Linus. But what is to be done in cases where an ABI is deemed to be unworkable and...

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New Algorithm for Graph Editor yEd

The new version 3.11 of graph editor yEd includes a new algorithm that can automatically place nodes in concentric circles. Importing Excel files has also been improved...

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Linux 3.10 Improves Multi-Tasking and SSD Caching

What are the top three new features of the latest Linux kernel?

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XenServer Goes Open Source

Citrix Releases its popular server-side virtualization solution under the GPL.

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Lustre File-System Client Heads To Linux 3.11

The staging pull has been submitted for the Linux 3.11 kernel merge window and with it comes client support for Lustre, the high-performance parallel distributed file-system...

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Xen & KVM Come To 64-bit ARM On Linux

The Linux 3.11 kernel that's officially just been under development since last night's 3.10 release will feature support for KVM and Xen virtualization on 64-bit ARM (AArch64) hardware...

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