Noticias do kernel

Linux Kernels 4.8.16 and 4.4.40 LTS Bring Btrfs and CIFS Fixes ... - Softpedia News

Google - seg, 01/09/2017 - 03:21

Linux Kernels 4.8.16 and 4.4.40 LTS Bring Btrfs and CIFS Fixes ...
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Two new Linux kernel releases arrived this past weekend, for the Linux 4.8 and long-term supported Linux 4.4 series, sporting pretty much the same improvements and bug fixes. Linux kernels 4.8.16 and 4.4.40 LTS are out, as announced by renowned kernel ...

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Linux Kernel 4.9 Gets Its First Point Release, Updates Drivers and ... - Softpedia News

Google - dom, 01/08/2017 - 22:11

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Linux Kernel 4.9 Gets Its First Point Release, Updates Drivers and ...
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We've been waiting for it, and it's finally here! The first point release of the Linux 4.9 kernel was announced by Greg Kroah-Hartman this past weekend, which means that most modern GNU/Linux distributions can finally start migrating to the series. Yes ...

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Android Patched by Google for 90 Vulnerabilities in January Update - eWeek

Google - qui, 01/05/2017 - 16:52

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Android Patched by Google for 90 Vulnerabilities in January Update
eWeek
Google's January Android security update also deals with older vulnerabilities that have already been patched in the upstream Linux kernel. Among them is the critical CVE-2015-3288 kernel privilege escalation vulnerability that was was first patched in ...

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Arch Linux Gets First ISO Respin for 2017, Still Powered by Linux ... - Softpedia News

Google - qua, 01/04/2017 - 22:01

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Arch Linux Gets First ISO Respin for 2017, Still Powered by Linux ...
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The bad news, however, for fans of the independently-developed Linux-based operating system is that Arch Linux 2017.01.01 is still powered by a kernel from the Linux 4.8 series, more exactly version 4.8.13, as the team didn't have time to update to the ...

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How to change the Linux I/O scheduler to fit your needs - TechRepublic

Google - qua, 01/04/2017 - 20:40

TechRepublic

How to change the Linux I/O scheduler to fit your needs
TechRepublic
The Linux I/O scheduler controls the way the kernel commits read and writes to disk. Since the 2.6 kernel, administrators have been able to change the scheduler, so they can customize their platforms to perfectly suit their needs. There are four ...

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'Hackable' hypervisor provides lightweight virtualization for Windows ... - InfoWorld

Google - qua, 01/04/2017 - 16:55

InfoWorld

'Hackable' hypervisor provides lightweight virtualization for Windows ...
InfoWorld
Linux kernel developer Ahmed Samy has released an open source hypervisor project that aims to be “simple and lightweight.” Thus, he presents KSM, an option for Linux and Windows developers to create everything from software sandboxing tools to more ...

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