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How Linux Kernel Live Patching Works

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Servers, systems or HPCs are meant to run on a 24x7x365 basis but due to critical security updates or OS updates, they have to...

How to Avoid Priority Inversion and Enable Priority Inheritance in Linux...

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This article focuses on avoiding priority inversion with the help of priority inheritance in real-time process execution, which accesses the kernel code. Kernel synchronisation...

SUSE and Microsoft Collaborate to Deliver First Enterprise Linux Kernel Optimized...

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Suse today announced the availability of the first enterprise Linux kernel tailored for Microsoft Azure. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 on-demand instances now run on...

Linux Kernel 4.3.1 Released! Brings Several ARM, x86 Improvements

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Linux 4.3 kernel users must update to this newer version. Linux kernel developer Greg Kroah-Hartman announced the first maintenance release of Linux Kernel version 4.3....

Building an Embedded System Based on the Initial RAM Disk

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Here's a rough tutorial on writing an embedded Linux based system, using an initial RAM disk. The initial RAM disk (initrd) is a tool for...

Getting Started with the MinnowBoard

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With the embedded market being flooded with open source hardware boards, it's tough finding one that not only suits your budget, computing power needs,...

A Bird’s Eye View of Android System Services

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Android is gaining unprecedented momentum in the smartphone and tablet market. This huge success is usually attributed to factors like the open ecosystem, the...

Linux Firewall: Executing Iprules Using PHP

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A firewall keeps the network secure by analysing packets and determining whether they should be allowed through or not. This article shows how to...

Introducing NVIDIA’s Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA)

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This article, the first in a series, introduces readers to the NVIDIA CUDA architecture, as good programming requires a decent amount of knowledge about...

What’s Up in Linux Graphicstopia Lately

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Graphics on Linux has been rather interesting lately. If you've been keeping up with the news on DRM, kernel, Mesa and X.Org development, you...