Infrastructure Linux News for Sep 24, 2008
Mandriva Mini: Linux For Atom -- And For OEMs Only (So Far) (Sep 24, 2008, 21:05)
InformationWeek: "Looks like the netbook is
shaping up as the major way Just Plain Folks will get a little
Linux into their lives."
A Linux Zealot Examines Microsoft Vista (Sep 24, 2008, 20:30)
TechRepublic: "I know, I know... you're
wondering why this is in the open source blog. The reason is
simple: I have used open source operating systems for a long, long
time now. I have championed against Microsoft for over ten
A Breakthrough for Open Source in the UK (Sep 24, 2008, 19:01)
The Open Road: "Open source has long been the
ugly stepchild of UK government information technology, but in a
recent turn of events, it may finally be gaining ground with the
Quick Linux OpenVPN HOWTO and Tutorial (Sep 24, 2008, 18:32)
Linux HOWTOs & Discussion: "OpenVPN is a
popular Windows/Linux VPN Server/Client pair."
IBM: We Don't Really Need The ISO (Sep 24, 2008, 17:38)
Linux Pro Magazine: "If developing countries want to develop their own standards, IBM is willing to support them."
The Open Source Contributions of Six Blind Men and an Elephant (Sep 24, 2008, 16:32)
OSTATIC: "The Linux Plumbers Conference may
have ended last Friday, but the discussions will be analyzed,
deconstructed, and argued for quite a bit longer."
Is the Honeymoon Over for Google Chrome? (Sep 24, 2008, 15:03)
iTWire: "Despite all the totally understandable
media hype about Chrome entering the market, the Google open source
web browser was never going to make a truly huge dent in the market
Bandwidth Limiting HOWTO with Linux, tc and iproute2 (Sep 24, 2008, 12:06)
Adam's Tech Talk: "The purpose of this is that
I can take a 10mbit connection and limit the traffic to 5mbit
ensuring that I don't break the 95th percentile that I want to
maintain at the datacenter. I can increase and decrease this at any
time as traffic requires or permits respectively."
Eee-Box: Mini Desktop Doubles RAM in Linux Version (Sep 24, 2008, 09:06)
Linux Pro Magazine: "The Eee Box with the Intel
Atom processor is available in Linux and Windows XP."
VDI: Very Disappointed Indeed (Sep 24, 2008, 04:22)
Linux Magazine: "Would you be shocked to know
that your favorite VDI vendors don't use their own technology?"
Chrome Antics: Did Google Reverse-engineer Windows? (Sep 24, 2008, 02:58)
ars technica: "Curious developers have been
sniffing through the source code for Google's new Chrome web
CME Taking an Option on Linux (Sep 24, 2008, 01:34)
internetnews.com blog: "Though the financial
services market in the US is in bailout mode this week - the CME
(Chicago Mercantile Exchange) is hedging its bets -- with