Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 3rd Dec 2009 20:21 UTC, submitted by diegocg
Linux Linux 2.6.32 has been released. New features include virtualization memory de-duplicacion, a rewrite of the writeback code which provides noticeable performance speedups, many important Btrfs improvements and speedups, ATI R600/R700 3D and KMS support and other graphic improvements, a CFQ low latency mode, tracing improvements including a "perf timechart" tool that tries to be a better bootchart, soft limits in the memory controller, support for the S+Core architecture, support for Intel Moorestown and many other improvements and new drivers. You can also read the full changelog.
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RE[2]: Kinda sad
by moondevil on Fri 4th Dec 2009 11:45 UTC in reply to "RE: Kinda sad"
moondevil
Member since:
2005-07-08

I do understand her.

This is exactly the reason, why even though I work maninly on Linux and other UNIX systems, I run mostly Windows on my laptop.

I use GNU/Linux since 1994. The first time I installed it did not even recognize my IDE CD-ROM drive, forcing me to use floppy based install.

Since then I have used most of the well known distributions in different types of hardware.

But still, here we are in 2009 and still lots of things require tweaking to get it working properly, or break out of the sudden.

Yes, Windows does have its own share of problems, no need to discuss them. But it works.

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RE[3]: Kinda sad
by tylerdurden on Mon 7th Dec 2009 05:02 in reply to "RE[2]: Kinda sad"
tylerdurden Member since:
2009-03-17

Apparently, other OSs are allowed to have issues and problems, except for Linux.

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