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[31 Aug 2010 | No Comment | 878 supporters]
Ksplice is now free(for Fedora)

Ksplice Uptrack, the rebootless Linux update service, is now available for Fedora Linux.
The offering, which is free of charge, makes Fedora the latest Linux distribution to instantly install crucial updates and security patches without any downtime.
Hundreds of the world’s cloud-computing providers, Web hosting firms and enterprise Linux installations use Ksplice Uptrack to update their kernels seamlessly, without disruption to customers. Today’s news adds the same capability for millions of Fedora users.
“Ksplice was originally developed on Fedora in the first place,” said Jeff Arnold, Ksplice’s founder and chief executive. “We’re thrilled …

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[9 Feb 2010 | One Comment | 1,263 supporters]
No reboot, Ksplice said

For Linux system administrator, rebooting the server is a must when you updating the kernel. It is necessary to keep the server safe from any vulnerability from the old kernel. Linux distributions require a reboot about once a month to stay
up to date with important kernel security updates. Here come Ksplice Uptrack, reboot no more.
What is Ksplice Uptrack?
Ksplice Uptrack is a subscription service that lets you apply 100% of the important kernel security updates released by your Linux vendor without rebooting.
Ksplice Uptrack allows you to apply the same updates published …

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[19 Mar 2009 | No Comment | 2,082 supporters]

When i try to install Centos 5.2 in this motherboard, i get kernel panic. Googling trough internet, i found that the problem is the network card. Firstly i thought it was because of Sata driver. So i disable the lan in bios and manage to continue to install centos without any problem.
Since the network is disable, i cannot use the internet/networking.
The step to resolve this:
1. Disable LAN in bios
2. Install Centos 5.2
3. Install kmod, go to : http://www.centos.toracat.org/ajb/CentOS-5/r8168/
*choose the package that suite your system, if your system 64 bit, choose …