Linux

The daemon, I fall in love with

Uhm, it might be better if I refer to this post first. I was using exaile as my default music player, and used to think that exaile is better than the others… well. It’s kind of retarded. But then I found Quod libet is more mature, and slightly faster. So I’m moving to quod libet… FMI (for my information, since I doubt there’s anyone would read this) both of them is built upon python.
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kernel, filsystem, rants :: what I've been doing recently

So… I’m getting excited about current linux kernel issues, afaik the latest stable kernel released is 2.6.29. even though a lot of distro has just only begun using 2.6.28. and the most interesting is its newest filesystem support. Umm I think it will be a little bit technical so if you don’t understand you can’t stop reading right here… No, I’m not a kernel developer nor on building new linux kernel for these couple days.
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zfs already used in BSD, what's goin on with linux?

uhmm… that was my very first question about zfs I know you can use zfs via fuse, but still it’s officially not supported. BSD itself still have a lot of works to do, since they missing some key feature on zfs. BSD’s zfs kernel module still doesn’t implement iSCSI, as far as I know… also both of disk and memory load will insanely increased only from a bit high public ftp server operation.
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