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Linux News for Feb 26, 2006

  • LXer: What Happened to Fire on Linux Today? (Feb 26, 2006, 21:15)
    "After years of going to 'Linux Today' for news regarding Linux and, especially, for insightful comments regarding these, I have come to realize that the site is not what it used to be..."

  • Computerworld Australia: NSW Government Boosts Hardware Spend to $150m (Feb 26, 2006, 21:00)
    "With an annual spend of around $150 million [US$111m/€93m] on PCs, notebooks and servers, the NSW government is polishing up its guidelines for replacing five-year-old contracts which expire in October..."

  • IT Manager's Journal: HP Picks Red Hat for AdvancedTCA Blade Server (Feb 26, 2006, 17:00)
    "Hewlett-Packard has announced that it will certify Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 4 as the preferred operating system for its new AdvancedTCA Blade Server..."

  • vnunet: Recruiter Employs Virtual Network (Feb 26, 2006, 13:00)
    "The recruitment firm expects the agreement, part of a major IT systems overhaul, to generate savings of more than €5m (£3.4m [US$5.9m])..."

  • Linux.com: My Domains, MyDNS (Feb 26, 2006, 09:00)
    "Why would you want to use MyDNS rather than the Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND), which is pretty much the standard name server...?"

  • ZDNet: Patent Terrorists Ruin an Industry (Feb 26, 2006, 02:30)
    "...[I]n my opinion, software patents are the worst thing that has ever happened to computers since that moth flew into Grace Murray Hopper's Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator back in 1945..."

  • LXer: JBoss is Not Linux (Feb 26, 2006, 01:00)
    "In the emerging industry we call open source, finding people to emulate does not come easily. JBoss in particular, has demonstrated a successful commercial model, about which few Linux people know and fewer understand..."