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Submission + - Linux kernel 2.6.31 released

diegocgteleline.es writes: "The Linux kernel v2.6.31 has been released. Besides the desktop improvements and USB 3.0 support mentioned some days ago, there is an equivalent of FUSE for character devices that can be used for proxying OSS sound through ALSA, new tools for using hardware performance counters, readahead improvements, ATI Radeon KMS, Intel's Wireless Multicomm 3200 support, gcov support, a memory checker and a memory leak detector, a reimplementation of inotify and dnotify on top of a new filesystem notification infrastructure, btrfs improvements, support for IEEE 802.15.4, IPv4 over Firewire, new drivers and small improvements. The full list of changes can be found here."

Comment Re:Here's a thought... (Score 1) 856

Where I live roads are exclusively paid for by car registration and fuel tax, so bike riders are indeed freeloading.

Got proof of that? I find it very hard to believe that in any country roads (which are damn expensive to build and maintain) are paid for by rego (which is not much at all), instead of general taxes paid by everyone.

Comment Re:Here's a thought... (Score 1) 856

> "Bike riders don't pay for the roads, they don't pay for rego, nor do they have insurance."

Not sure what country you're from, but here in Australia roads are paid for by Federal and State taxes. Every tax payer pays for roads, not just car drivers.

Rego, here at least, pays for the cleanup of car accidents.

And I'm a cyclist who has insurance, provided for by the State Bicycling Club.

Music

Submission + - OiNK Busted!

An anonymous reader writes: According to slyck.com "In what is being touted as a victory against the "biggest source of illegal pre-release chart albums", the IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) concluded a joint two year investigation that has lead to the dismantling of the popular BitTorrent site OiNK. British and Dutch police coordinated their efforts which led to the arrest of the site administrator in the UK, and the seizure of OiNK's servers in Amsterdam." more here: http://www.slyck.com/story1605_OiNK_Busted

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