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How to check Linux for Spectre and Meltdown vulnerability - nixCraft
How to check Linux for Spectre and Meltdown vulnerability
in Categories CentOS, Debian / Ubuntu, Linux, RedHat and Friends, Security, Suse
linux  suse  redhat  ubuntu  centos  spectre  meltdown  vulnerability 
january 2018 by stuartcw
An Overview of Linux Container Based Network Emulation
"The objective of this paper is to assess the current state of Container-Based Emulator implementations on the Linux platform."
linux  network  monitoring  emulation 
october 2017 by stuartcw
The Linux proc filesystem manual page
proc(5) - Linux manual page

The proc filesystem is a pseudo-filesystem which provides an interface to kernel data structures. It is commonly mounted at/proc. Most of it is read-only, but some files allow kernel variables to be changed.
proc  maps  ubuntu  linux  oom  memory 
april 2017 by stuartcw
List of Ubuntu releases
Via Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ubuntu  linux 
march 2016 by stuartcw
Performance analysis tools based on Linux perf_events (aka perf) and ftrace
performance  analysis  Linux 
december 2015 by stuartcw
Linux Kernel Booting Process (Part 3)
Part 1 : http : //
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Part 3:
linux  from pocket
january 2015 by stuartcw
Linux Kernel Configuration - noresume
You need to know this of you are having resume problems and want to bypass the previously saved resume image..
linux  boot  kernel  resume  hibernate 
october 2009 by stuartcw
HOWTO build your own open source Dropbox clone | fak3r
"Linux now includes inotify, which is a kernel subsystem that provides file system event notification. From there all it took was to find an application that listens to inotify and then kicks off a command when it hears of a change."
linux  software  mac  reference  backup  diy  storage  rsync  dropbox  filesystems  inotify 
september 2009 by stuartcw
Linux Kernel in a Nutshell
"If you want to know how to build, configure, and install a custom Linux kernel on your machine, buy this book. It is written by someone who spends every day building, configuring, and installing custom kernels as part of the development process of this f
linux  kernel  sysadmin 
january 2007 by stuartcw
Cooperative Linux
Cooperative Linux is a free and open source method for running Linux on Microsoft Windows natively. i.e. it is a port of the Linux kernel that allows it to run cooperatively alongside another operating system on a single machine.
linux  win32 
may 2004 by stuartcw

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