"A group of nearly 100 test tools designed to make Linux kernel
hacking easier is just one manifestation of rapidly growing
involvement in Linux by SGI."
"The tools, announced on the linux kernel mailing list, allow
kernel developers to thoroughly test changes before offering them
up for incorporation into the kernel source itself. The test suite
announcement came just days ahead of the opening of Linux World
Expo, where SGI is expected to announce additional contributions to
Linux, demonstrate the world's largest Linux display showing
realtime rendering with a 128-chip cluster, and announce new Linux
graphical products and changes in SGI's policy regarding use of its
Open GL rendering technology."
"The suite of 96 command-line test applications--the number
is growing--is not for users who simply want to benchmark their
systems. Instead, the goal is increased stability of the Linux
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