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Linux 4.3 vs. Liquorix 4.3 vs. Linux 4.4 Kernel Tests

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Liquorix is the Linux kernel spin that's optimized for "desktop, multimedia, and gaming workloads." Liquorix isn't a fork of the Linux kernel but just a specialized configuration of the kernel and does include some out-of-tree patches. Among the changes for Liquorix right now are enabling Zen interactive tuning, hard kernel preemption, budget fair queue, AuFS support, and it's basically an anti-debugging kernel in order to ensure faster performance.

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