Here's an interesting benchmarking project that compares the performance of several Linux and BSD kernels on such things as socket, bind, fork, nmap, HTTP connect and more.
Well, I've been reading up on kernel hacking (Robert Love's Kernel Development and O'reily's Understanding the Linux Kernel) and have decieded to take the plunge and dive right on in.
I've been looking for a project to get involved in for quite some time now. I figure that working on and helping with the Linux kernel would be the most challenging and overall helpful to the linux community.
Those not familiar with SGI's Irix, particularily version 6.5, might find it interesting that the stock install includes a web server that is preconfigured to serve dynamicly generated pages, with one for each user, sans root. Other pages include one for information about the machine, and another that shows a still image taken from the attached(?) camera, that can be updated by clicking on the image.
Not a Linux kernel person but really want to identify and fix this oops.
Have a old PC now used as firewall/print server/wireless VPN server,
that works fine on Linux 2.4.19 but dies on the new ide stuff that
came out after 2.4.19 (e.g. 2.4.22).
Some progress here but don't know who I talk to next. Is it a sis5513
problem or a ide-iops problem ?. I edited drivers/ide/ide-iops.c but
this may be because drivers/ide/pci/sis5513.c isn't setting up the
bought "modern operating systems 2.ed,by tanenbaum", reading it.
this is a really must-read book for all newbies.
Hai Guys, My current system : Slackware , can't keep track of which version. :p PIII 800 1 unit of 40GB and another unit of 20HDD , all IDE :) Fat 32 and Ext3 running. (Xp still good for playing PlayerStation Emulator). I got kernel 2.6 since test3. Along the way 4,5,6,7 and 8. Last night patched and install with test9. My fat 32 still working fine. :) I using 2.6 as my desktop. Nvidia working fine. Nothing went wrong, VCD, DVD and MP3 all the way with 2.6 Ofcause, thanx to the NVIDIA patch from. http://www.minion.de/ Later today gonna patch test9 on the development server. 1 U rack with SMP. Again , 2.6 were there since test6, everything fine .... Should i say 2.6 rules ? yeah. em.. what can i say about kernel 2.6 ? It is very cool , faster and more stable. Extra story, after openoffice 1.1.0 came out, it makes me ignore XP totally. Sometimes it even make me lazy to reboot and go into XP for gamming. All the office documentaion it can be done in Linux. With a nice kernel ,nice application , why M$ ? Can't wait till 2.6 Relese out .. HuuRay ... From linux.kernel regarding the Fat32 problem, izzit the configuration file ? Or the kernel itself ? Not too sure , i am a newbie :) Hopefully the kernel configuration file can help out. My kernel 2.6-test9 box at home, this configuration file i took it from the development server. After patching few version of kenel , i came out with a automated shell script. Short and simple , but its usefull to me :) Okay , time to build SMP kernel for test9. Bye Attatchment : root@thebigrack:/usr/src/linux-2.6.0-test8# uname -a Linux thebigrack 2.6.0-test8 #3 SMP Mon Oct 20 13:01:26 MYT 2003 i686 unknown unknown GNU/Linux The /usr/src/linux/.config (it works on test 9)
Title : Tunneling Via SSH OS : ALL Distro : - NA - URL : http://www.openssh.org Installation : The installation on SSH, please check :- http://kerneltrap.org/node/view/868 Forward and Reverse Tunneling : i. A Forward SSH Tunnel I need to do a VNC back into my house's LinuxBox. To make sure the conection is secure, what i can do is tunnel my connection by using ssh.