Where to go from here.
Posted Tue Aug 20 08:42 UTC 2013
After a few months kerneltrap.org is down again. It almost seems as if someone ocassionally reboots the server and then leaves it alone to slowly run out of memory. I would gladly republish the archive on this site if the person in charge would want it, but I thing in the next few months I'm going to concentrate on making this site an effective way to read technology related news. If time allows.
Posible signs of life on Kerneltrap.org
Posted Sun Dec 16 11:54 UTC 2012
Both kerneltrap.org and kerneltrap.com are active again.
It's too early to tell if the servers were just restarted and nothing else will change or if this is kerneltrap.org coming back to life.
I hope that maybe Mr.Jeremy Andrews wants to return KernelTrap.org back to the great site it was or at least that he will pass the reigns on to someone who will want to.
If so I will give you a nice 301.
Google maps app available for iOS
Posted Thu Dec 13 12:10 UTC 2012
Google maps is back with a vengence.
The new app provides all the functions we took for granted before iOS 6.
Now including turn by turn navigation
Techcrunch.com has a nice little review.
386 Linux support removed
Posted Thu Dec 13 11:36 UTC 2012
Linux support for the 386 proccesor has been removed.
commit message.
Kerneltrap.net updating
December 12 2012
After a few months of having a test page with a few headlines on it - development on kerneltrap.net is moving forward.
Kerneltrap.net has an actual layout and a wee bit of content behind the headings.
There is more to come.
Linux Kernel 3.7 released.
Tue Dec 11 17:46 UTC 2012
Linux 3.7 is out https://lkml.org/lkml/2012/12/10/688 get your copy here: www.kernel.org.
Linux Mint 14 released
Thu Nov 22 07:23 UTC 2012
Linux Mint 14 now includes MATE 1.4 and Cinnamon 1.6. For list of new features check out www.linuxmint.com/rel_nadia_whatsnew.php
Linux Mint RC 14 released
Tue Nov 13 06:03 UTC 2012
Last step before the official Linux Mint 14
DragonFly 3.2 released
Mon Nov 5 10:34 UTC 2012
DragonFlyBSD 3.2 has been released.
Major changes in this release:
Significant work in scheduler to improve performance under database load.
New USB Stack - now more USB devices are compatible including more xhci(USB 3.0) devices.
For more on the new release see www.dragonflybsd.org/release32/
OpenBSD 5.2 released
Thu Nov 1 19:11 UTC 2012
Openbsd 5.2 brings with it pthreads(3) support, OpenSSH 6.1 amongst many other developments.
See www.openbsd.org/52.html for the list.
Welcome to kerneltrap.net
Thu Nov 1 19:01 UTC 2012
I used to come home from work early in the morning and wind down by reading OSNews, kerneltrap and other tech-related news-sites. One day kerneltrap.org froze, then it dissapeared altogether. I could not find a suitable replacement for kerneltrap.org.
I've started this as a tech-news site following in the footsteps of kerneltrap.org.
The content will be broader, it will evolve.
But it's mainly for fun.
Paul Zachar.