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IT Management Linux News for Jul 07, 2010

  • Reader’s Report and Leak: “Microsoft is Pulling an EDGI on Brazil.” (Jul 07, 2010, 17:34)
    Tech Rights: "Summary: An anonymous Techrights member from Brazil says that EDGI-like programmes are being used to suppress Brazil's adoption of GNU/Linux; evidence is leaked"

  • Ubuntu's "Free" Ride Into the Enterprise (Jul 07, 2010, 16:34)
    Enterprise Networking Planet: "For some time, the big commercial Linux vendors have been happily wandering orchard of low-hanging enterprise fruit, almost completely eschewing markets such as consumers or small- to medium-sized businesses."

  • WWW: World Wide Wikipedia (Jul 07, 2010, 07:34)
    Computerworld UK: "So imagining a world without Wikipedia is pretty frightening. Actually, you don't need to imagine it, because apparently it just happened a few hours ago:"

  • PHP, FCGID and Apache - a confusion of upload related limits (Jul 07, 2010, 00:04)
    blog.angulosolido.pt: "There is a number of web hosting situations where PHP applications appear to misbehave during large upload operations. This may happen, for example, when dealing with attachments via webmail clients like roundcube or during the upload of files to document management applications."