1. picoTCP in Linux Kernel

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    from Daniele Lacamera / Added

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    picoTCP (a TCP/IP stack designed for embedded systems) is running in kernel space. The integration is still work in progress, but it already supports some basic features such as generic support for…

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    • 64bit Linux recvmmsg privilege escalation exploit

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      The CANVAS exploit for the compat_sys_recvmmsg function in net/compat.c in the Linux kernel before 3.13.2, (CVE-2014-0038), significanty quicker, more portable (no symbols needed) and more reliable…

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      • Part 2 of 2, Installing Deepin in Virtualbox

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        This is part 2 of how to install Linux Deepin into Virtualbox.

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        • Arch Linux with KDE 4.7

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          First time installing Arch Linux. Very impressed so far with this OS. From 2002 I was using only SuSE on all my PC's, but from now on things are about to change. Arch Package Manager "Pacman" is very…

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          • Alessandro Rubini - Generic data structures in the Linux kernel (pt 2/2)

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            Alessandro Rubini - Generic data structures in the Linux kernel (pt 2/2) Part 2. Part 1 here: http://vimeo.com/21794515 Abstract: The kernel, like any non-trivial program, uses reknown data structures…

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            • Alessandro Rubini - Generic data structures in the Linux kernel (pt 1/2)

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              Alessandro Rubini - Generic data structures in the Linux kernel (pt 1/2) Part 1. Part 2 here: http://vimeo.com/21794728 Abstract: The kernel, like any non-trivial program, uses reknown data structures…

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              • Japan Linux Symposium: The Kernel Report

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                from Douglas Schilling Landgraf / Added

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                Japan Linux Symposium: The Kernel Report by Jonathan Corbet

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                • Japan Linux Symposium: Kernel Developer Panel

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                  from Douglas Schilling Landgraf / Added

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                  Kernel Developer Panel by Jon Corbet, Andrew Morton, Takashi Iwai and Tejun Heo Moderated by Ted Tso

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                  • Japan Linux Symposium: How to contribute to the Linux Kernel and Why It Makes Economic Sense

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                    from Douglas Schilling Landgraf / Added

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                    How to contribute to the Linux Kernel and Why It Makes Economic Sense by James Bottomley

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                    • Japan Linux Symposium: Analyzing System Behavior With Kernel Tracing

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                      from Douglas Schilling Landgraf / Added

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                      Analyzing System Behavior With Kernel Tracing by Atsushi Tsuji and Noboru Obata

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