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Michael Gebetsroither
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Hey, Google+, I just finished writing these docs about cgroupsv1+cgroupsv2+delegation+systemd. If you hack on low-level container stuff you might want to have a look.

To make this more fun to read, it even has emojis!
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+Thomas Graf writes "[…] The Linux kernel community recently announced bpfilter, which will replace the long-standing in-kernel implementation of iptables with high-performance network filtering powered by Linux BPF, all while guaranteeing a non-disruptive transition for Linux users. […] These early performance numbers are incredible promising and an indication of the power of BPF. It must be noted that bpfilter and BPF itself will not solve the performance problems caused by iptables's use of sequential lists. Doing so will require native use of BPF such as done by the Cilium project. […] I consider BPF the most exciting Linux development since many years. We are barely scratching the surface of its potential and it is still evolving. The move to replace the kernel part of iptables with BPF is a logical first step. The real transition will be to BPF native tooling as well as move away from traditional IP address/port centric constructs. […]"
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I have finally taken time to update my list of the top 10 low cost +Linux (and +Android) development boards / boards family.

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https://www.cnx-software.com/development-kits/linux-development-boards/
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Bei all dem gerede um die zentralisierung des Internets und des Interxion ausfalls, hat sich Emile Alben hingesetzt und mal geschaut wieviel kaputt gegangen ist und wie lange ws gedauert hat bis es wieder heil war...
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We are still recovering the Security of the Internet from goverment regulations and the next attack is already underway with the backdoor debates.

"Often hear that the reason today’s Internet is not more secure is that the early designers failed to imagine that security could ever matter. That is a myth."

This is indeed a myth. Much of the current morass can be laid at the feet of the United States government, due to its export regulations around cryptography.
Ed Felton tweeted a few days ago: “Often hear that the reason today’s Internet is not more secure is that the early designers failed to imagine that security could ever matter. That is a myth.” This is indeed a myth.  Much of the current morass can be…
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The Supreme Court fight over Microsoft’s foreign servers is over. Under the new CLOUD act US law enforcement has now access to Office365, Salesforce, Google and Amazon data even if hosted in Europe https://goo.gl/6j1YHg https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2018/03/responsibility-deflected-cloud-act-passes
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