IT Management Linux News for Jul 31, 2009
10 super-cool Linux hacks you did not know about (Jul 31, 2009, 22:03)
Dedoimedo: "This article is a compilation of
several interesting, unique command-line tricks that should help
you squeeze more juice out of your system, improve your situational
awareness of what goes on behind the curtains of the desktop, plus
some rather unorthodox solutions that will melt the proverbial
socks off your kernel."
AutoZone Trial Set for August 10, 2010 [Hardy Har] - Updated (Jul 31, 2009, 19:03)
Groklaw: "The trial date for AutoZone has been
set for August 10, 2010. But I think we can reasonably expect some
summary judgment motions from AutoZone long before then."
Using Graphs to Manage Networks and Devices with Cacti 0.8 (Jul 31, 2009, 17:03)
Packt: "It is fairly easy to manage devices
through the Cacti web front-end. It provides a fast poller, advance
graph templating, and multiple data acquisition methods out of the
box, wrapped in an easy to use interface that makes sense to the
Enterprise IT Hits Bottom--Open Source Holds an Intervention (Jul 31, 2009, 15:33)
Linux.com: "Sometimes you need to hit rock
bottom before you can get the help you need. IDC acted as an
"interventionist" today publishing a new report showing how open
source is growing in the down economy."
Open-source Project Aims to Makes Secure DNS Easier (Jul 31, 2009, 15:33)
PC World: "A group of developers has released
open-source software that gives administrators a hand in making the
Internet's addressing system less vulnerable to hackers."
Oops, e-mail security vendor McAfee spills 1400 private names (Jul 31, 2009, 13:32)
Computerworld AU: "In a story just dripping
with irony, e-mail security vendor, McAfee, has accidentally sent
the contact details of more than 1400 conference attendees in a
spreadsheet attached to a thank you message."
How Wolfram Alpha could change software (They think they own search results) (Jul 31, 2009, 13:02)
Fatal Exception: "But that's not all that
separates Wolfram Alpha from traditional search engines. Try
cutting and pasting from the results page. You can't."
Choosing the right Linux File System Layout using a Top-Bottom Process (Jul 31, 2009, 12:32)
LinuxConfig: "In this article, I will give some
reasons for a better consideration of the file-system and of its
layout. I will suggest a top-bottom process for the design of a
``smart'' layout that remains as stable as possible over time for a
given computer usage."
Canonical Makes it Easy to Switch to Ubuntu (Jul 31, 2009, 06:02)
Canonical press release: "Canonical's Desktop
Support Services includes three offerings: Starter, Advanced and
Howto migrate to Linux (Jul 31, 2009, 04:32)
Knol: "Rentalia.com was a small company when I
migrated it to Linux. But it had the typical problems that a small
or medium company may have when migrating to Linux. This guide
tries to help to avoid these problems, and you can learn how we did
it at Rentalia.com."
8 Great Uses for Old Wireless Routers (Jul 31, 2009, 01:32)
Wi-Fi Planet: "Don't throw away your old
802.11g routers just yet. The new slick-looking 802.11n routers may
provide higher speeds and performance, but there are still many
ways your old gear can help out..."