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Ksplice Now Free for Fedora Users

Ksplice, the technology that allows Linux kernel updates without a reboot, is now free for users of the Fedora distribution. Using Ksplice is like “replacing your car’s engine while speeding down the highway”, and it can potentially save your Linux systems from a lot of downtime. Since Fedora users often live on the bleeding edge of Linux development, Ksplice makes it even easier to do so, and without reboots!

Fedora joins Ubuntu Desktop as a supported desktop distribution for the free installation of Ksplice Uptrack. Red Hat, CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu Server and CloudLinux are supported server distributions, and pricing for these systems is pretty modest.

Here’s the full press release:

Ref: Ksplice for Fedora




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