"Leading up to the arrival of version 2.6.35 of the Linux
kernel, The H published the final two parts of the Coming in 2.6.35
series, GNOME 3 was been delayed until March of 2011 and Oracle
shut down PostgreSQL test servers. Anti-virus makers offered
protection against LNK malware, 170 million Facebook data sets were
collected and a hole in WPA2 was discovered.
"This week, as the Linux kernel 2.6.35 approaches full release,
The H has published the final two parts of the Kernel Log's "Coming
in 2.6.35", looking at architecture, infrastructure and drivers. A
regular Kernel Log also looked at the fixing of a bug in graphics
drivers and rounded up all the latest news from around the Linux
community. Glyn Moody took a look at a legal case which has just
gone through the UK courts that could have ramifications for free
and open source software when it is written a replacement for
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