Archive for October, 2012

grsecurity stable updates


For the few of us that like to stuck with stable and secure software I have released a new version of grsecurity enabled kernel and its userland tools for Debian stable. So kernel version is bumped up to 2.9.1-2.6.32.60-201210121913 and gradm tool version is now 2.9.1-201207201554. With the next Debian stable release I’ll migrate from […]

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Linux 3.6


‘It’s all “solid progress”‘ Linus says about this Linux release. It means there are really no huge new architecture or filesystem changes. There are improvements in the still experimental Btrfs filesystem that now supports quotas (subvolume and groups), snapshot diffs and cross-subvolume file clones. Subvolume quotas can be used to set each user home directory […]

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