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Linux TCP bug could put you in a SACK

Linux is the most used kernel in the world (if we don’t consider MINIX), it powers many devices such as Android phones, supercomputers, server clusters and (the brave few) desktops. A new bug affecting SACKs was...

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ZombieLand is Intel’s latest nightmare, is there an end to it?

After the Intel ME, “minix”, issue the discovery of Meltdown an Spectre and the subsequent discovery of Speculative Store Bypass there really seems no end to it. Wait, there’s a new one: meet ZombieLand, yet another...

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SUSE to be acquired by EQT VIII for $2.5 billion

In an unexpected announcement SUSE declared it will change hands from Micro Focus to EQT. SUSE is a major player in the Linux industry providing its customers with many offerings ranging from Operating Systems and Containers,...

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How to upgrade OpenSUSE Leap 42.1 to 42.2

OpenSUSE Leap is a new operating system from SUSE based on SLES. It was initially released on the 4th November 2015 with version number 42.1 . A year later, version 42.2 is out. Let’s take a...

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Linux 4.0 is nigh! Or not?

Linus Torvalds, father of Linux Kernel and benevolent dictator for life of its son, is pondering the new release number for Linux. Will it be 3.20 or 4.0?