• LinuxWorld: Stronger I/O & VM coming soon to Linux, says OSDL’s Witham

    Tim Witham, CTO of Open Source Development Labs and a featured speaker at LinuxWorld, says the next Linux kernel will feature improved input/output and virtualization capabilities.

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  • Torvalds: Test kernel crucial for proactive enterprises

    In this interview, Linus Torvalds talks up the test version of the 2.6 Linux kernel, which was released last weekend. He also hints at when a stable, production-ready 2.6 might be released.

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  • LinuxWorld preview: New 2.6 kernel bringing new level of competition from Linux

    Experts headed to LinuxWorld this week offer their Linux predictions for the next six months, and gauge the operating system's growth during the past half year.

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  • Kernel flaw paved way to Debian hack

    A dangerous overflow vulnerability in the Linux kernel enabled an attacker to crack four Debian Project servers. The kernel has been patched and enterprises are urged to upgrade immediately.

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  • Truth and lies about Linux scalability

    In this interview, Peter Honeyman, director of the Linux Scalability Project (LSP), refutes claims that Linux lags behind in scalability. Honeyman also talks about the evolution of Linux's scalability and enhancements that are coming in the 2.6 kernel.

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  • Denial-of-service flaw fixed in Linux kernel

    Gentoo fixes a vulnerability in the Linux kernel 2.6 series that could be exploited for a remote denial-of-service attack.

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  • Serious security flaw fixed in Linux kernel

    A vulnerability in the Linux kernel has been patched and administrators are urged to repair their systems. The flaw could escalate a user's privileges and enable him to run code.

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  • Btrfs grows up with Linux kernel 3.4

    Linux kernel 3.4's changes to the btrfs file system and new tools may spur some to update servers without waiting for Linux to play catch-up.

    Erin Watkins245 pointsBadges:
  • Maturity makes Linux less of a gamble for the enterprise

    Maturity and movement on the 2.6 kernel is making Linux more palatable for enterprises.

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  • OSDL CEO: Microsoft has to accept Linux

    Stuart Cohen of OSDL explains why his organization feels the "battle" between Microsoft and Linux doesn't have to be a battle at all. He also gives the skinny on some new features of the Linux 2.6 kernel.

    Jan Stafford2,885 pointsBadges:

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