Liquorix 3.8 Kernel Has Some Performance Wins Over Linux
Phoronix: Liquorix 3.8 Kernel Has Some Performance Wins Over Linux
The Liquorix kernel is a modified version of the Linux kernel with out-of-tree patches and a kernel configuration that is highly-optimized for desktop, multimedia, and gaming workloads. It's been one year since last benchmarking the Liquorix kernel against a vanilla Linux kernel, but now we have some benchmarks of the Liquorix 3.8 kernel compared to the latest stable Linux kernel.
This is just crap compiled by a moron teenaged idiot underaged alcoholic. Completely not worthy of being reported on.
And impossible to take seriously, anything that has been... inappropriately renamed (since its not even a fork of Linux, it *IS* the linux kernel)... in tribute to alcohol -- WTF is wrong with him?
Whats wrong with offering DEB-packaged Desktop-optimized kernel for Debian Testing/Sid?
I have been using it recently due to bug in original Debian kernel, which was fixed in 3.8, but Debian is still on 3.2, and the ride is pure awesomeness.
For example, it can hibernate properly, unlike Debian.
But Michael made misguiding title for purpose - Liquirix IS a Linux kernel, Debian-packaged, Zenwalk-inspired.