MS PR/marketing, not Oprah.
xpilots and killbill
SLS -> Slackware -> Yggdrassil -> Suse/Debian/Redhat -> Mandrack -> LFS -> Gentoo
Your Linux seems really easy, I usually have to do mkdir -p
/mnt/iso && modprobe loop && mount -o loop /this/is/really/a/long/path/LiveCD-2012.iso /mnt/iso
But mine is one line shorter :p
this explains it: https://lists.bufferbloat.net/pipermail/bloat/2011-February/000050.html
kvm (with a little patch) supports it, running it right now with 5 guests and have 53K pages which are shared. # cat
That's ~200MB for about 1,5GB memory used on the host.
Now I can't figured out how many times those pages are shared, so I can't calculated the actual memory saved (it's between 200MB and 4x200MB).
Video footage for golden shower fans.
In Australia the donor immunes you.