Infrastructure Linux News for Sep 29, 2006
Linux-Watch: Debian's in Fine Health? (2006-09-29 21:00:24)
"You are correct that Debian infighting is not an isolated
incident, but your interpretation that Debian may be dying is way
off the mark..."
Linux.com: Review: Zimbra Messaging Software (2006-09-29 20:15:28)
"Zimbra calls itself a 'leader in open source messaging and
collaboration,' but does it live up to the name...?"
DesktopLinux: Bigger, Better CrossOver Adds WoW to Linux (2006-09-29 19:30:01)
"Would-be Windows-on-Linux gamers got a very early Christmas
present today, with the release by CodeWeavers of the first public
beta of CrossOver 6.0..."
APC Magazine: Mandriva to Play Windows Games (2006-09-29 18:45:46)
"The popular distribution formerly known as Mandrake, and with
no Purple Rain to be seen, will include in its next 2007 release
Transgaming's Cedega engine to play mainstream Windows gaming
titles out of the box..."
LinuxLookup: Ubuntu 6.10 Beta Released (2006-09-29 12:45:59)
"The Ubuntu team is proud to announce the Beta Release of Ubuntu
6.10 codenamed 'Edgy Eft.'
Blog.linuxtoday.com: In the Beginning... (2006-09-29 12:45:09)
In honor of its eighth anniversary today, Linux Today has
launched a new feature: our own collection of blogs, created by
prominent members of the Linux and Open Source community.
Computeract!ve: Discover Linux the Safe Way (2006-09-29 11:15:38)
"It seems most PC users have heard of Linux and, at the very
least, the idea of open source software has piqued their
nixCraft: Linux Add Ethtool Duplex Settings to a Network Card Permanently (2006-09-29 09:00:46)
"I have already written about how to find and change your
network interface speed (NIC), duplex or auto negotiate settings on
Linux using ehttool command line options..."
HowtoForge: MySQL Backup And Recovery With mysql-zrm On Debian Sarge (2006-09-29 07:30:34)
"This guide describes how to back up and recover your MySQL
databases with mysql-zrm on a Debian Sarge system..."
LinuxDevices: Opening the Door for the Latest NAND Flash in Open Source Mobile Platforms (2006-09-29 06:00:58)
"Used mainly for code storage, NOR flash was once the prevailing
non-volatile memory (NVM) technology in mobile handsets..."
OSWeekly: Linux: Making Use of Older Hardware (2006-09-29 04:30:40)
"I'm a power user in some ways when it comes to software, but
I've never been similarly inclined towards the hardware side of
OSWeekly: Is Linspire Any Good for System Builders? (2006-09-29 02:15:47)
"Even though there is still a lot of frustration in regards to
the CNR client, thanks to the issues that are yet to be resolved,
I've begun to see a glimmer of hope..."
CRN: The Perils Of Porting To Linux (2006-09-29 00:00:11)
"For those of you waiting anxiously for the Flash Player to be
ported to Linux, here's a blog post by Adobe's Mike Melanson, who
is leading the project, that may encourage you to cool your