What people should worry about: the impact on the land of the #Linux #kernel if its chief columnist is hit by a bus or retires before finding a proper successor.
Hopefully Jonathan finds one soon.
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/lwnnet/status/1527028357984133121]LWN is hiring [/bookmark]
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/kernellogger/status/1525201515522269184]Seems #git finally conquered the last rebel stronghold in the land of the #Linux #kernel :
Andrew/akpm, who afaics was the last maintainer that regular mailed his changes to Linus, is finally switching to git now.
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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/lwnnet/status/1525133032058929152][$] CXL 1: Management and tiering [/bookmark]
A detailed article by @0xricksanchez about the Dirty Pipe vulnerability and its exploitation. The article also recaps Dirty Cow and compares it to Dirty Pipe. [/bookmark]
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Covering a bit more than what can be easily done in a tweet chain… [/bookmark]
> The open flavor of kernel modules supports Turing, Ampere, and forward. […] the open kernel modules depend on the GPU System Processor (GSP) first introduced in Turing.