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
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
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."