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Submission + - The real truth about Oracle's "new" Kernel (networkworld.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Yesterday at OpenWorld Oracle announced a "new" Enterprise kernel for its so-called Unbreakable Linux. What's the real truth? The company is simply sticking a 2.6.32-based kernel on top of its re-branded Red Hat Enterprise Linux clone and trying to spin it as a new and innovative development.
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The real truth about Oracle's "new" Kernel

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