Linux Kernel News Archives
While there hasn't been any front-page news out of the project in a while, GrSecurity is still an ongoing effort to harden the mainline Linux kernel.
1 January 2014 - GrSecurity - 1 Comment
Near the beginning of the month I wrote about an Intel developer finding a Linux kernel power regression increasing the system's power use by 50 Watts. After extensive testing and investigating, the issue has been fixed ahead of the Linux 3.13 kernel release and is proposed for stable point releases on the 3.10, 3.11, and 3.12 kernels.
31 December 2013 - Linux Kernel Power Bug - 1 Comment
Linus Torvalds released the Linux 3.13-rc6 kernel today, which is a very small release given that it was over a holiday week.
29 December 2013 - Linux 3.13-rc6 - 3 Comments
A supposed Linux kernel developer has called upon Linus Torvalds and other kernel developers to take action against Richard Stallman and the GNU/Linux naming controversy.
23 December 2013 - Lignux - 115 Comments
Linus Torvalds plans on extending the time until the Linux 3.13 kernel release officially happens. The final release will take place around mid-January.
23 December 2013 - Linux 3.13 - 5 Comments
Linus Torvalds announced the official release of RC5 for the Linux 3.13 kernel this Sunday.
22 December 2013 - Linux 3.13-rc5 Kernel - 2 Comments
The latest benchmarks to share from the ASUS Zenbook Prime are some quick tests performed looking at the performance of the Intel Ivy Bridge Ultrabook when its solid-state drive is tested on Ubuntu 13.10 with the Linux 3.12 kernel, then with the EXT4 TRIM/Discard option, and then running different I/O schedulers.
22 December 2013 - Zenbook Prime
While we're mid-way through the Linux 3.13 kernel development cycle and the Linux 3.12 kernel has been out for almost two months, the Reiser4 file-system is finally available for this latest stable kernel release series.
21 December 2013 - Reiser4 Update - 17 Comments
With word recently of a 50 Watt Linux kernel power regression that's still being investigated, I carried out some more power consumption tests of a Core i7 4770K Haswell system to see if its power usage has been impacted by recent kernel upgrades.
20 December 2013 - Linux Kernel Power Tests - 8 Comments
For those relying upon Security Enhanced Linux SELinux within an enterprise environment or just very security minded, ZFS On Linux now has full support for SELinux.
19 December 2013 - ZFSOnLinux SELinux - 2 Comments
ZRAM has finally been promoted out of staging and into the main area of the Linux kernel within the block subsystem.
18 December 2013 - ZRAM - 9 Comments
Linux 3.13-rc4 was released today but Linus Torvalds isn't too happy as this latest test release is much bigger than the earlier development RCs.
15 December 2013 - Linus Is Not Happy - 1 Comment
Android's ION memory allocator has been proposed for mainlining into the Linux kernel.
14 December 2013 - Android ION - 10 Comments
At the request of several Phoronix readers, here are some new CPU governor benchmarks from the Linux 3.13 development kernel as of Friday.
14 December 2013 - Intel P-State - 1 Comment
While we're still waiting on 3D/OpenGL guest acceleration for KVM/QEMU guests, a Bochs DRM kernel driver is still being developed for the virtual VGA adapters using the Bochs DISPI interface on QEMU.
12 December 2013 - DRM Bochs
A "Knock" patch has been proposed for the mainline Linux kernel that would provide NAT-compatible, TCP stealthy port knocking for improved network security of Linux systems.
10 December 2013 - Linux Port Knocking - 4 Comments
KTAP version 0.4 is now available as the script-based dynamic tracing tool for Linux.
9 December 2013 - KTAP 0.4 - 2 Comments
While Fedora 20 isn't going to be released until at least the middle of the month and the Linux 3.12 kernel has been stable since the start of November, the bleeding-edge Fedora Linux will not be shipping with Linux 3.12 by default.
7 December 2013 - Fedora 20 Kernel - 11 Comments
Linus Torvalds has done another Friday release of the latest Linux 3.13 kernel merge window.
6 December 2013 - Linux 3.13 Kernel - 4 Comments
The BFS Linux kernel scheduler by Con Kolivas is up to version 0.444 this week and this updated scheduler is available for the Linux 3.12 kernel.
5 December 2013 - Brain Fuck Scheduler - 9 Comments
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