Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 29, 2007
A Review of Fedora 8, on the PowerPC (Nov 29, 2007, 21:15)
CMOS Networks: "Having heard much--nearly all
of it positive--about the Fedora Project's latest offering, Fedora
8, I decided to change direction somewhat and review this GNU/Linux
distribution on a Power Macintosh G4..."
Kick the Tires on Zenoss (Nov 29, 2007, 20:30)
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: "It manages
applications as well as servers and network devices---we'll explain
what that means shortly. We decided it was time to give it an
honest run for its money. Wait, it is free, but still we wanted to
give it a real review..."
gOS: Undocumented Enlightenment (Nov 29, 2007, 19:45)
LinuxPlanet: "Linux reviewers are totally in
love with it, and are praising it to the skies. Naturally, I had to
find out if it lives up to the hype..."
MIT OpenCourseWare Expands for High School Students (Nov 29, 2007, 19:00)
CNET News: "The Massachusetts Institute of
Technology is taking on the issue of inadequate education for youth
by extending its OpenCourseWare program to include secondary level
Notebook-Style Computing Appliance Runs Linux (Nov 29, 2007, 18:15)
LinuxDevices: "Zonbu has started shipping a
laptop version of its Linux-based computing appliance for home
GNOME 2.20.2: The Next Step Into Freedom (Nov 29, 2007, 16:45)
Softpedia: "The second update of GNOME 2.20.0,
version 2.20.2, was released yesterday..."
Novell's New Desktop-to-Server Software Suite (Nov 29, 2007, 15:15)
Datamation: "If you're looking for an
alternative to Microsoft for running your small business, Novell,
Inc, may have the answer you seek..."
Open Document Format Can Evolve Without Foundation Input (Nov 29, 2007, 14:30)
eWeek: "Foundation President Gary Edwards lauds
its work regarding the Massachusetts market requirements; others
Linux Audio Editors: An Overview (Nov 29, 2007, 11:30)
ONLamp: "If you're not familiar with the area
of Linux audio editors, you might be totally amazed at just how
many there are. Clearly, writing these has scratched more than a
few itches and more than one has earned grades as a class
Building an LDAP Server on Linux, Part 1 (Nov 29, 2007, 10:00)
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: "Your network is
growing in size and complexity. It's taking on a life of its own,
spreading and growing and absorbing everything in its path..."
Using grep and sed to Find and Replace (Nov 29, 2007, 09:15)
SearchEnterpriseLinux: "If searching for or
handling text, grep and sed can increase your efficiency with Linux
bash scripting and configuration files..."
Kernel Space: E-Paper Support for Linux (Nov 29, 2007, 08:30)
LinuxWorld: "The familiar CRT monitors or
backlit LCD screens on our desks continuously consume power in
order to hold an image. Electronic paper (e-paper) is different:
power is only needed to change the image..."
Gigabyte GeForce 8600GTS 256MB [Review] (Nov 29, 2007, 07:45)
Phoronix: "In this review today we are looking
at its bigger brother, which is the Gigabyte 8600GTS..."
CLI Magic: No-Nonsense Network Monitoring Tools (Nov 29, 2007, 06:15)
Linux.com: "Atop is a system and process
manager that displays network traffic, along with other useful
information such as CPU consumption, memory usage, and a process
Configuring Linux on IBM System p (Nov 29, 2007, 05:30)
SearchEnterpriseLinux: "A major benefit of a
Linux operating system is its multi-platform capability, but each
hardware platform comes with its own set of questions..."
Ten Things You Can Do to Help Open Source (Nov 29, 2007, 04:00)
ZDNet UK: "Most of us agree that open source is
a good thing. But then, so is fresh fruit and exercise, and it's
very easy to pay lip service to all these things without doing
anything about it...
Who Will Follow Funambol's Open Source SaaS Steps? (Nov 29, 2007, 02:30)
451 CAOS Theory: "Funambol's move to adopt the
new GNU Affero GPLv3 (AGPLv3) has some interesting implications for
the mobile open source software player.
The Real Reason the Linux Community Didn�t Come Up With the iPhone (Nov 29, 2007, 00:15)
Ubuntu This & Ubuntu That: "Lately, there
seems to an explosion of interest in Open Source. I suppose it is a
natural progression. When interest in something grows, its level of
recognition expands exponentially as more and more people become