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A "Never Reboot" Service For Linux

February 9th, 2010 02:21 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes Ksplice, the company based on the MIT Ksplice project, is now offering its ‘never reboot’ service for Red Hat, Debian, and other Linux distros. You subscribe and get real-time kernel security updates that apply in-memory instead of rebooting. Last summer we discussed the free service for Ubuntu. Cool tech, but will people really pay $4 a month for this?”

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