IT Management Linux News for Jul 06, 2010
Ubuntu Linux Set Iscsi Initiator (Jul 06, 2010, 23:33)
nixCraft: "iSCSI is a network protocol standard
that allows the use of the SCSI protocol over TCP/IP networks. How
do I setup Iscsi Initiator under Ubuntu Linux?"
Two Node Planned Manual Failover for the MySQL Database Administrator (Jul 06, 2010, 20:33)
Database Journal: "A database administrator
needs to plan for both planned and unplanned failovers, based on
business requirements and service level agreements with customers.
This article runs through the very basic starting points of a MySQL
failover strategy then walks through a two-node, planned, manual
Easy Redirection of Sudo Output (Jul 06, 2010, 19:33)
Serverwatch: "If you're using Sudo, you've
probably already discovered that the increased privileges apply
only to the first command typed and don't extend to any input or
HP Preparing NetBooks Running Palm WebOS (Jul 06, 2010, 18:03)
The VAR Guy: "Hewlett-Packard has completed the
Palm acquisition. And if you read between the lines it sounds like
HP will leverage Palm's technology for more than smart phones and
tablet computers. Indeed, HP seems poised to deploy webOS on
netbooks. Here are the details."
Switzerland – 0wn3d by Microsoft (Jul 06, 2010, 17:33)
Jan Wildeboer: "The court has decided. A tender
would be disruptive to the Microsoft-only world of the swiss
public. One of five judges disagrees and mentions that this
effectively means there is no alternative to Microsoft..."
How to Make an American Job Before It's Too Late: Andy Grove (Jul 06, 2010, 13:03)
Bloomberg: "Bay Area unemployment is even
higher than the 9.7 percent national average. Clearly, the great
Silicon Valley innovation machine hasn't been creating many jobs of
late -- unless you are counting Asia, where American technology
companies have been adding jobs like mad for years."
How dumb is the government when it comes to technology? (Jul 06, 2010, 12:33)
Cyber Cynic: "Then, I worked with numerous
bright developers, network engineers and system administrators.
Unfortunately, we often worked with federal staffers who were
often, ah, clueless. Since then, things have only gotten worse.