Infrastructure Linux News for Oct 20, 2011
Precision Planning; Prepping for 12.04 LTS (Oct 20, 2011, 23:00)
Mark Shuttleworth: In just over a week, quite a
large cross-section of the Ubuntu community and representatives
from many free software projects and companies will gather in
Orlando to map out the Precise Pangolin.
In the Windows 8 vs. Linux Debate, a Windows Pundit Makes a Great Point (Oct 20, 2011, 17:01)
OSTATIC: "Bott makes a great point about how
this whole debate is likely to be resolved. He asks: 'Will PC
makers make it possible for end users to toggle this option in the
UEFI settings?' And, he decides, 'of course they will.'"
Creating packages for Pardus Linux with pisido (Oct 20, 2011, 14:00)
LinuxCareer.com: Pardus Linux is a relative
newcomer to the Linux scene.
Use httperf for Server Benchmarking (Oct 20, 2011, 13:00)
ServerWatch: When you're prototyping Web
applications or just trying to test and tune your Web servers, one
of the best tools you can start with is httperf.
TLWIR 22: Red Hat, India's Supreme Court, and More (Oct 20, 2011, 12:07)
BeginLinux: "The main theme of The Linux Week
In Review 22 is a message to businesses: please respect the
intelligence of your customers."
Webopedia Term of the Day: What is Open Virtualization Alliance? (Oct 20, 2011, 11:03)
Webopedia: "The Open Virtualization Alliance
(OVA) is a standards organization (but not a formal standards body)
that is comprised of leading virtualization, data center, and cloud
What is the exact difference between a terminal, a shell, a tty and a console? (Oct 20, 2011, 03:01)
Linux-News: "A terminal is at the end of an
electric wire, a shell is the home of a turtle, tty is a strange
abbreviation and a console is a kind of cabinet. Well,
etymologically speaking, anyway."