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Developer Linux News for Sep 01, 2009

  • How To Land A Spot In The Spotlight - Part II (2009-09-01 23:35:35)
    Linux Journal: "Picking up from yesterday, Schindler's final point is another that we should all strive for regardless of the individual at hand, and that is to "please treat journalists with respect.""

  • Con Kolivas returns with a new scheduler (2009-09-01 21:35:35)
    LWN.net: "Con Kolivas, who worked on desktop interactivity issues in the past before storming off in 2007, has posted a new scheduler called BFS."

  • Null pointers, one month later (2009-09-01 20:05:35)
    LWN.net: "...it should be safe to assume that steps were taken to prevent null pointer vulnerabilities from opening up systems in the future. The reality is that some things have truly improved, but that some important vulnerabilities remain."

  • Fedora 12 adds Moblin technology! (2009-09-01 14:04:29)
    Moblin Zone: "The Fedora Linux project has integrated Moblin technology for netbooks and nettops. The project is seeking alpha testers to help "make [Moblin] great" for its debut in Fedora 12, which ships this fall."

  • Kernel Log: Coming in 2.6.31 - Part 5: CUSE, USB 3.0, FireWire networking and the rest (2009-09-01 12:34:29)
    The H Open: "Linux 2.6.31 will support USB 3.0, although the corresponding hardware is not yet available. Distributions are to use the new FireWire stack that now offers LAN support."