Re: 2.6 fixes my random panics
> I had been having tons of "out of
> ipc" errors and kernel panics. I
> upgraded to 2.6 and my box has been
> stable since!
I found this post after searching for the IPC error. It fixed my problems as well! thanks!
2.6 fixes my random panics
I had been having tons of "out of ipc" errors and kernel panics. I upgraded to 2.6 and my box has been stable since!
Re: Kernel security
> The problem is with the cryptography
> aspect of the kernel, you couldn't then
> legally export it out of the US for
> % I wonder why patches like openwall or
> % grsecurity are not integrated into
> % standard kernel. Don't bother with
> % compatibility! I'm using 2.4.16 +
> % grsecurity patch on production server
> % (Apache, Postfix, Cucipop,
> % Squid) and I must admit it is very
> % stable and more secure than 2.4.16
> % kernel itself. Kernel deveopers,
> % - put those patches into kernel and
> % times for Linux will begin.
Necro bump :)
Linux 22.214.171.124 released
Linux 126.96.36.199 released. It contains bug fixes and stability updates.
amount of swearing
> ... and the source code has a good amount of swearing too.
Graphs over swearing in the linux kernel (http://www.vidarholen.net/contents/wordcount/) - One can't help but wonder how many of these swear words occur next to the word "Microsoft"... ;-) Tom (http://www.very-clever.com/)
God bless it
God bless Linux.
Re: 2.5.62 config options
Even though the previous post is 2 years old, this is still the case, so I'll try to explain:
Developers need to make sure that changes they make to one section of the codebase don't break code in other sections, especially in a system as tightly coupled and interdependent as the kernel, so they set all (or most) drivers to compile by default, to promote testing by the countless throngs of programmers.
A handy program
Linux is one of those programs, that I cant live without ;-). It does everything it should, and the source code has a good amount of swearing too. Keep up the work on Linux all you kernal hackers. ^^
188.8.131.52 is the Official Latest
I'm a bit surprised that the latest announcement for the 2.6 branch didn't mention the new kernel versioning scheme (http://kerneltrap.org/node/4800) and the subsequent release of 184.108.40.206 (ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/gregkh/v2.6.11/patch-220.127.116.11.gz) by Greg KH. Article (http://kerneltrap.org/node/4803) at kerneltrap.org (http://kerneltrap.org)
Re: WinZip on Linux?
in the shell, you can use the unzip command.
if you want a gui, there is ark for kde and file roller for gnome.
btw, these questions are better asked @ linuxquestions.org
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.