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IT Management Linux News for Aug 09, 2007

  • Torvalds, Red Hat Are No Shows at Linuxworld (Aug 09, 2007, 23:00)
    ZDNet: "The two biggest names in the Linux industry--Linus Torvalds and Red Hat--skipped out on LinuxWorld again..."

  • How to Sneak Linux Into Your Office (Aug 09, 2007, 22:30)
    ITBusiness.ca: "I'm actually beginning to picture a day when users start to ask their IT departments why they can't run Ubuntu Linux at work, the way they do at home..."

  • Linux-Microsoft Lovefest at LinuxWorld Expo (Aug 09, 2007, 21:30)
    ZDNet: "For open source backers who love to bash Microsoft (and other proprietary software companies), this LinuxWorld was not for you..."

  • Q&A: Jonathan Schwartz on Sun's Open-Source Business Strategy (Aug 09, 2007, 21:00)
    CNET News: "Sun is rising, and open source is the driver behind its rebirth..."

  • Open Source Lures Business (Aug 09, 2007, 18:00)
    PC World: "What they are looking for depends on where their companies are in the ongoing convergence of corporate IT and open-source software..."

  • Linux Seen Vying with Windows for Platform Dominance (Aug 09, 2007, 17:00)
    InfoWorld: "Linux Foundation director sees Linux entering second stage of growth and a computing world dominated by two platforms..."

  • Red Hat Exec Leery of Novell Linux Effort (Aug 09, 2007, 14:15)
    InfoWorld: "Red Hat's Michael Evans, vice president of corporate development at the company, said afterward that liked the idea. But he expressed doubts about the effort since Hovsepian was involved..."

  • MySQL Ends Distribution of Enterprise Source Tarballs (Aug 09, 2007, 13:30)
    Linux.com: "MySQL quietly let slip that it would no longer be distributing the MySQL Enterprise Server source as a tarball, not quite a year after the company announced a split between its paid and free versions..." With follow-up from MySQL's Kaj Arnö.