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IT Management Linux News for Jan 20, 2011

  • Schmidt out as Google CEO, Q4 Profit Soars (Jan 20, 2011, 21:48)
    Datamation: "Search giant Google reported a double-digit increase in fourth quarter revenues on Thursday, topping analysts' forecasts, but the company overshadowed its rosy financial performance with the announcement of a major shakeup in the ranks of its top executives"

  • Installing a Debian GNU/Linux test server with VirtualBox (Jan 20, 2011, 20:05)
    Free Software Magazine: "There are a number of good reasons for installing a virtual machine on your computer — as a way to run software that isn't compatible with your primary operating system, as a sandbox for development, or as a place to test package installations, new distributions, or new server configurations. Setting one up with VirtualBox OSE is quite easy."

  • OpenERP Makes Open Source ERP Software Easy to Use (Jan 20, 2011, 17:35)
    eCRM Guide: "OpenERP has released the latest version of its open source ERP software, and the company is also offering a SaaS version for $39 a month per user."

  • OpenSSH Tips and Tricks: Beyond Secure Shell (Jan 20, 2011, 14:05) "OpenSSH is one of the most vital tools on any Linux system, at least if you ever need to connect to another Linux system. But OpenSSH is capable of doing much more than just providing a secure shell into another system."

  • 5 Operating Systems Starting 2011 With a Bang (Jan 20, 2011, 09:05)
    Serverwatch: "3. Novell SUSE Linux: Patent Deal Still on Despite the Germans"