The Null Device

A reasonably interesting piece about Linux kernel improvements, some of the changes in recent kernels and some of the spats and personality politics on the insanely high-volume linux-kernel mailing list. If you've ever wondered how exactly the latest kernel you just shlepped home on a ZIP disk and compiled up differed from the one you had before it, this could be interesting. Anyway, it's good to know that, at least in Linux kernels, there is such a thing as progress.

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