Linux roundup, for Linux Users and Sysadmins | Week 06

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01 | The mysterious case of the Linux Page Table Isolation patches – pythonsweetness.tumblr.com

02 | Amazon Kinesis: the best event queue you’re not using – instrumentalapp.com (sponsored)

03 | Linux page table isolation is not needed on AMD processors – lkml.org

04 | Texttop, a fully interactive X Linux desktop rendered in TTY and streamable via SSH – github.com

05 | Gittup, a Linux distro on top of Git – gittup.org

06 | Initial Performance Benchmarks of Linux’s x86 Security Changes – phoronix.com

07 | Linux Performance: Why You Should Almost Always Add Swap Space – haydenjames.io

08 | Intel AMT flaw lets attackers take control of laptops in 30 seconds – theinquirer.net

09 | A letter about Google AM – ampletter.org

10 | ​Choosing the Best Linux Distro for Desktop 2018 – haydenjames.io

This week’s Tux humor…

Make the 486 great again!” – modern linux in an ancient pc – yeokhengmeng.com

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