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[News] Kernel Space (Linux) Gets Audiocast, BIAS Flasher

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The LKML Summary Podcast

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| I am hoping this of use to some people who can't read LKML every day. 
| Yesterday took 15-20 minutes to put together, and that's doable on a regular 
| basis, subject to it being of use to anyone. I figured I'm reading LKML 
| whether I do I summary recording or not. If it takes off, then I'll try 
| forming a small team to share the effort out.    
| Podcast: http://podcasts.jonmasters.org/kernel/kernel.xml


Flashing Your Motherboard BIOS From The Linux Desktop

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| The Flashrom utility is developed by the CoreBoot project (formerly known as 
| LinuxBIOS) as a way to read, write, erase, and verify flash ROM chips. 
| Flashrom has been in development for quite a while (nearly a decade), but now 
| they have finally come out with a version 0.9.0 release and soon expect to 
| reach a 1.0 status. This utility supports nearly every x86 motherboard after 
| having worked on support for over 150 flash chip families (and many various 
| for each family), 75 different chipsets, workarounds for non-standard 
| motherboards, and there is no need for CD-ROM or floppy disk.       



Kernel Log: Linux 2.6.30 is taking shape

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| Between Tuesday and Wednesday, Linus Torvalds released Linux 2.6.30-rc1, the
| first release candidate of version 2.6.30 of the Linux kernel. The final
| version is expected in eight to ten weeks. Fifteen days after the release of
| Linux 2.6.29, the first RC of 2.6.30 closes the merge window, the first phase
| of the development cycle in which the kernel hackers integrate all the major
| changes into the main development branch; the coming few weeks will be
| dedicated to eliminating any flaws the testers find in the release
| candidates.

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