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IT Management Linux News for Sep 15, 2008

  • The Art of Troubleshooting (Sep 15, 2008, 21:32)
    AP Lawrence: "Yes, troubleshooting is an art!. The key points to mastering this art is knowing the system in and out, using the right tools and, of course, googling. Troubleshooting a problem is not something that can be spoon fed or taught with precise steps. It has to evolve from logical thinking and thorough knowledge of the system."

  • Novell's New Channel Chief Needs Open Source Bridges (Sep 15, 2008, 19:32)
    The VAR Guy: "Many pundits say Colado has to strengthen Novell's SUSE Linux partner ranks. But in reality, The VAR Guy believes, Colado has to build a bridge between vastly different software islands."

  • Linux Feels the Need for Speed (Sep 15, 2008, 18:32)
    Computerworld UK: "Why indeed would one now change desktops, why in the past were we so willing, eager even, to do just that and now are so reluctant?"

  • Debunking Google's Log Anonymization Propaganda (Sep 15, 2008, 16:02)
    Surveillance State: "However, with a bit of careful analysis, it's possible to see that this is little more than snake oil, designed to look good for the newspapers, without delivering real benefits to end users."

  • Microsoft, It's Time to Consummate the Marriage With Citrix Already (Sep 15, 2008, 15:32)
    Tech Broiler: "To battle VMWare and Red Hat, Microsoft and Citrix need to finally consummate the marriage."

  • U.N. Agency Eyes Curbs on Internet Anonymity (Sep 15, 2008, 13:32)
    CNet News: "A United Nations agency is quietly drafting technical standards, proposed by the Chinese government, to define methods of tracing the original source of Internet communications and potentially curbing the ability of users to remain anonymous."

  • OpenOffice 3 Release Candidate Arrives (Sep 15, 2008, 12:02)
    Cyber Cynic: "This new version brings users a lot of features that they've been waiting for since 2007. One prime example is that you'll be able to import Office 2007's Open XML documents into OpenOffice."