Development Release: Redcore Linux 2101 Beta
Ghiunhan Mamut has announced the availability of a beta build of Redcore Linux 2101, the upcoming new release of the project's Gentoo-based distribution with a goal to provide a pure Gentoo system without the need to compile it from source code. "I'm happy to let you all know....
The Maple Tree, A Modern Data Structure for a Complex Problem
In recent years, processors have experienced growth in core counts which have pushed software to be multi-threaded and increased contention in the virtual memory data structure. The memory management subsystem uses the mmap_sem lock for write protection of the VMAs. Optimizing the mmap_sem lock into a rw-semaphore helped contention but did not solve the underlying issue. […] The post The Maple Tree, A Modern Data Structure for a Complex Problem appeared first on Linux.com .
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TUXEDO InfinityBook S 15 is a Big, Beefy, and Beautiful Linux Laptop
Looking for a new Linux laptop? The folks at TUXEDO Computers have something that may be of interest: the all-new Intel-powered InfinityBook 15 S laptop. This post, TUXEDO InfinityBook S 15 is a Big, Beefy, and Beautiful Linux Laptop is from OMG! Ubuntu! . Do not reproduce elsewhere without permission.
TUXEDO InfinityBook S 15 Linux Laptop Launches with Tiger Lake CPUs, Ultra Thin Design
German computer manufacturer TUXEDO Computers launched today a new Linux laptop, the TUXEDO InfinityBook S 15, a 15.6-inch business notebook in a 14-inch chassis.
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