Infrastructure Linux News for Dec 27, 2005
NewsForge: SCALE Announces Workshop On Open Standards For Government (Dec 27, 2005, 21:30)
"SCALE's workshop follows in the steps of similar discussions
which have been taking place in Massachusetts..."
E-Week: A Man and His Vision for the Browser (Dec 27, 2005, 19:20)
"Berners-Lee recently spoke with eWeek.com Senior Writer Matt
Hines about the current state of Web browsing technologies..."
SearchSMB.com: 2005 -- The year of the IT blockbuster (Dec 27, 2005, 16:20)
"For reasons unknown, Roger Ebert, Leonard Maltin and the rest
of the reviewers see March of the Penguins and don't think "Linux
is coming!" But we know better..."
Winona Daily News: WAPS plans 'thin client' computer pilot (Dec 27, 2005, 15:00)
"Winona Area Public Schools plans to pilot a computer system
next year that could save it from having to continually update or
replace desktop computers..."
LinuxInsider: Computing Canada: Open-Source Start-ups Challenge Red Hat, Novell (Dec 27, 2005, 14:20)
"Red Hat is clearly the leader in North America while SuSE has
some strength in Europe. But this competition is not happening in a
DesktopLinux: Using a liveCD as Your Linux Desktop (Dec 27, 2005, 11:30)
"Most of the 'Desktop' Linux liveCD distributions (distros) are
meant to to be used for trying out or demoing Linux before
installing them to your hard drive... (Link Fixed - Ed.)"
KernelTrap: Overview of the Perfmon2 Interface (Dec 27, 2005, 08:30)
"Stephane Eranian posted an overview of the perfmon2 interface,
highlighting key features..."
NewsForge: Editing WMA files with Audacity (Dec 27, 2005, 05:30)
"But if you have WMA files you need to edit with more precision
than Microsoft's tools allow, Audacity can still help..."
Linux.com: Ping: ICMP vs. ARP (Dec 27, 2005, 01:00)
"Network and system administrators are well-versed in using the
ping utility for troubleshooting purposes, but where do you turn
when ping doesn't do the trick...?"