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Linux News for Sep 27, 2008

  • How To Build Red Hat Enterprise IPA RPMs For CentOS 5 (Sep 27, 2008, 23:58)
    HowtoForge: "FreeIPA has existed for some time as RHE IPA for Red Hat Linux and has been added into Fedora."

  • Tip: Easily Enable Syntax Highlighting in Nano Editor (Sep 27, 2008, 20:08)
    TuxArea: "Nano is one of the most lightweight and user-friendly text editors for command-line."

  • Big Money Joins Linux Foundation (Sep 27, 2008, 16:08)
    Practical Technology: "... it should come as no surprise that the CME (Chicago Mercantile Exchange) Group, the world's largest and most diverse derivatives exchange, has joined the Linux Foundation."

  • A Brief History of Computers and Free Software: Where Is the Money? (Sep 27, 2008, 12:08)
    Free Software Magazine: "The business model may vary (revenues are generated by online advertising or by paying users), but the main concept is always the same: it needs to be online, it needs to be accessible, it needs to give something to the user, and it needs to look good. "

  • Installing Linux Apps: A Few Good Tips (Sep 27, 2008, 08:01)
    Computerworld: "Under Linux, installing new applications isn't a particularly hard task, but installations do come in several different varieties, so it's worth understanding the differences and what you'll need to know to make them work."

  • Red Hat Gets Serious About Virtualization (Sep 27, 2008, 04:16)
    Datamation: "Red Hat claims that with the acquisition it can deliver a comprehensive solution integrated with the operating system, while virtualization-only vendors cannot."

  • Telecoms Networks - Carrier Grade Linux Comes of Age (Sep 27, 2008, 00:03)
    ElectronicsWeekly.com: "The promise of Linux that is robust enough to be used in telecoms networks has been a long time coming, but the fourth generation of specifications for Carrier Grade Linux is now becoming well-established."