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Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 05, 2002

  • LinuxPlanet: Exploring the ext3 Filesystem (2002-04-05 23:30:05)
    If you have ever had to run fsck on a large hard drive during boot then you are familiar with those long pauses that make you feel like you're starting a Windows machine. Bill Von Hagen shows you the inner mechanics of the ext3 journaling filesystem and shows how it can make your restart times lower and how it can be tuned to make your performance better.

  • Mandrake Linux Advisory: Various Packages (2002-04-05 23:30:02)
    "A few packages are being provided as bugfix updates to the Mandrake Linux 8.2 release..."

  • Red Hat Announces Skipjack Public Beta 2 (2002-04-05 18:59:44)
    "In today's episode, the young Cups McDriver continues her quest to wrestle away control of Printers, Ltd. from the powerful L.P.R. Meanwhile a visitor to Skipjack, Alternatives de Debian, tries to mend fences between Hendrik Postfix and Pixie Sendmail..."

  • NVidia Linux Drivers Released (2002-04-05 16:00:34)
    NVidia has released new versions of their Linux support drivers for GeForce4 and Quadro4. Download link within.

  • MandrakeSoft: The Future of Mandrake Linux? The Answers! (2002-04-05 14:30:47)
    "We've been impressed by the response to our latest message regarding the MandrakeClub. Our recent appeal to the community has generated many reactions, but also many questions. We'd like to take this opportunity to provide the appropriate response..."

  • NewsForge: Using the /dev and /proc File Systems (2002-04-05 07:57:48)
    "These two directories, /proc and /dev have no Windows counterpart, and are not at first glance easily understandable. They are, however, powerful tools for understanding and using Linux..."

  • MP3 Newswire.net: Linux Home Stereo Component Plays OGG Vorbis (2002-04-05 03:00:25)
    "Patnode started MP Sharp Technologies last October to 'Design, develop and manufacture a remote control, LCD, OGG/MP3 player and CD ripper for use in a home entertainment system.' The MPST Digital Jukebox is the fruit of his endeavor..."