Germany-based Linux vendor SUSE Linux has launched live patching for its enterprise Linux distribution that runs on IBM Power Systems and also a service pack for its real-tine enterprise distribution that will enable systems running it to handle both real-time and non-real-time workloads on a single virtual machine.
The head of kernel development at SUSE Linux, Vojtěch Pavlík, says it is remarkable that the company has managed to grow its numbers as much as it has and still retain the same spirit that many start-ups have, where anyone can influence the direction it takes.
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It's a mess, sadly. Will Assange ever be free?