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New Linux kernel 3.3 Includes Android Code And Additional Features


Linux 3.3 Kernel & Android

The new version of the Linux kernel called Version 3.3 which was to be released about a week ago, has finally come out with some interesting and useful features. The most important of these is the availability of the Android kernel code along with additional feature upgrades for networking and processing architecture support. Since a…

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By Debjit on March 20th
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How To Update The Linux Kernel Without Rebooting Using Uptrack [Ubuntu, Fedora]?


How To Update The Linux Kernel Without Rebooting Using Uptrack [Ubuntu, Fedora]?

Ksplice Uptrack is a really cool technology which allows you to update the Linux Kernel without rebooting your computer. In this article we will tell you how to Download, Update and Configure Uptrack on Ubuntu and Fedora systems.

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By Debjit on September 2nd
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Ksplice Uptrack Is Now Free For Fedora


Ksplice Uptrack Is Now Free For Fedora

Ksplice is now offering their tool Ksplice Uptrack for free for Fedora. Ksplice Uptrack is a really cool tool which allows you to update the Linux Kernel without rebooting.

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By Ricky on September 1st
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How to install linux build and kernel headers for fedora/redhat/centos?


Installing Build and Kernel Headers for your Linux distribution is very easy using the  yum tool available in Red Hat based systems. Fedora which is the Community’s free Red Hat , can also have the Linux Build and Kernel headers installed using the yum tool. Just use the following command to install the build and…

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By Debjit on June 17th
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How to install linux build and kernel headers for ubuntu/debian?


How to install linux build and kernel headers for ubuntu/debian?

Installing Build and Kernel Headers for your Linux distribution is very easy using the apt-get tool available in Debian based systems. Ubuntu and it’s variants being derived from Debian, can also have the Linux Build and Kernel headers installed using the apt-get tool. Just use the following command to install the build and header files…

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By Debjit on June 17th
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NILFS2 – Whats all the buzz about?


NILFS2 is an acronym for “New Implementation of a Log-Structured File System Version 2”. This file system is one of the two new file systems, along with EXOFS, that was incorporated in the recently released Linux Kernel 2.6.30. According to the kernel documentation, NILFS is a new implementation of a log-structured file system (LFS) supporting…

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By Ricky on June 16th
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How to install Virtualbox on Fedora 10 ?


How to install Virtualbox on Fedora 10 ?

Although an RPM build is already available on the Virtualbox download page for Fedora 10, but on installing it you will be prompted with errors such as unavailability of kernel sources. Anyhow virtualbox gets installed but many of it’s features may not work correctly unless you correctly install the kernel sources and recompile the kernel…

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By Debjit on March 26th
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Fedora Speed Tweaks – Make Fedora Faster


Fedora Speed Tweaks – Make Fedora Faster

In this article we will show you how you can boost the performance of your box running Fedora 10 and make it faster using a few simple tweaks. As always, we would always recommend you to back your system settings up so that in case of any inadvertant errors you can safely revert back to…

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By Debjit on January 31st
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