Linux 3.17-rc2 Release Marks 23 Years of the Linux Kernel
22 years give or take, started with SLS, can't remember which version probably older than this one ftp://ftp.ibiblio.org/pub/hist... as I can vaguely remember kernel 0.97 but SLS 1.03 has kernel 0.98pl.
FWIW this is the first Linux distro (there are earlier versions but I didn't bother to search) ftp://ftp.ibiblio.org/pub/hist...
And the place to get your kernel was ftp://ftp.funet.fi/pub/linux/
In a Hole, Golf Courses Experiment With 15-inch Holes
grep pizza article_content && if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then echo "News for nerds"; fi
Is Oprah Cheating On Her Microsoft Love?
MS PR/marketing, not Oprah.
Ask Slashdot: What Distros Have You Used, In What Order?
SLS -> Slackware -> Yggdrassil -> Suse/Debian/Redhat -> Mandrack -> LFS -> Gentoo
Windows 8 Features With Linux Antecedents
Your Linux seems really easy, I usually have to do
mkdir -p /mnt/iso && modprobe loop && mount -o loop /this/is/really/a/long/path/LiveCD-2012.iso /mnt/iso
But mine is one line shorter :p
Got (Buffer) Bloat?
this explains it:
Linux Kernel 2.6.32 Released
kvm (with a little patch) supports it, running it right now with 5 guests and have 53K pages which are shared.
# cat /sys/kernel/mm/ksm/pages_sharing
That's ~200MB for about 1,5GB memory used on the host.
Now I can't figured out how many times those pages are shared, so I can't calculated the actual memory saved (it's between 200MB and 4x200MB).
Smile! Urine Candid Camera!
Video footage for golden shower fans.
Teen Takes On Donor's Immune System
In Australia the donor immunes you.