Linux Kernel 2.6 For Machines Great and Small
"Now feature-locked, the Linux kernel 2.6, which went to beta testing on July 14, includes patches that cater to the mass market and the massively scalable. Server-app developers can look forward to 64-way processing, enormous block-size support and a hyperthreading-aware scheduler. Also incorporated are kernel pre-emption and uClinux patches, the latter giving embedded developers a mainstream method of running Linux on low-cost processors that lack a memory management unit."
(Submitted by Dr.T Thu Aug 21, 2003 )
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