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LinuxCon and CloudOpen Live Blog Day 3: Intel, Linus Torvalds and Kernel Developers

We're live blogging from LinuxCon and CloudOpen in New Orleans at 9 a.m. Central, Sept. 16-18. See yesterday's coverage and follow today's keynotes here and on the live video stream.

 9 a.m.

Dirk Hohndel, Intel, "The New Frontiers."

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LinuxCon and CloudOpen Live Blog Day 1: Raspberry Pi, Valve, Google and HP

We're live blogging from LinuxCon and CloudOpen in New Orleans, Sept. 16-18.
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IBM to Showcase its Open Innovation at LinuxCon 2013

This is a guest blog from IBM VP, Worldwide Marketing, IBM Power Systems. Thank you, Lisa Johnston, for contributing to Linux.com.

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Listen to The CloudCast Podcast Next Week, Live from CloudOpen

The “all things cloud computing” podcast, The CloudCast, will be recording on site at LinuxCon and CloudOpen next week in New Orleans, sponsored by Citrix and Linux.com.  Guests will include an all-star line-up of open source cloud computing experts from Cisco, Red Hat, Piston Cloud, HP, SaltStack, CoreOS, and more.

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Quick Guide to Get Ready for LTSI 3.10

The 3.11 kernel release is on Sept. 2. So I think it is a good time to update the development schedule of LTSI 3.10 and provide a brief guideline to participate in the LTSI 3.10 development process.   Development Schedule:   LTSI 3.10 Merge Window Opens:   LTSI merge window should open on the date that the 3.12 MAINLINE KERNEL is RELEASED, WHICH IS THE DATE 3.10 WILL BECOME FORMALLY LTS.  
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binary blobs to C structures

Sometimes you don’t have access to vim’s wonderful xxd tool, and you need to use it to generate some .c code based on a binary file. This happened to me recently when packaging up the EFI signing tools for Gentoo. Adding a build requirement of vim for a single autogenerated file was not an option for some users, so I created a perl version of the xxd -i command line tool.

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Watch LinuxCon/CloudOpen Keynotes Via Free, Live Video Stream

Linux Foundation T-shirt? Check. My customized schedule of keynotes, sessions, workshops and evening events? Check. Stuffed penguin? Check. (Don't ask).

It must be time for LinuxCon and CloudOpen! We're really excited to see everyone there - from Linux developers and SysAdmins to IT managers to business executives, as well as our sponsors and members.

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Excited for LinuxCon New Orleans, in GIFs

LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America are next week in New Orleans.

And to get you pumped up for the event, we've collected some fun moments from LinuxCon 2012.

Whether you're coming to hear the great prognosticator give his state of Linux address

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Brandon Philips: How the CoreOS Linux Distro Uses Cgroups

CoreOS is a new Linux distribution for servers aimed at giving all data centers the same automation capabilities and efficiencies as those seen in the massive server farms run by Google or Facebook. Their technology, combined with the upstart package manager Docker, is popularizing the idea that the Linux operating system itself can serve as a hypervisor. Lending credibility to the approach is Linux kernel developer Greg Kroah-Hartman, a CoreOS advisor.

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Linux Kernel 3.11 Release Boosts Performance, Efficiency

Linus Torvalds released the 3.11 “Linux for workgroups” kernel on Monday with many new features and fixes that improve performance and lower power consumption. Changes are also in keeping with recent industry trends toward the energy-efficient ARM architecture and the use of solid state drives (SSD).

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