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Infrastructure Linux News for Dec 26, 2007

  • Mobile Phone Management Under Linux (2007-12-26 21:00:01)
    Linux.com: "Even people who don't live and die by their mobile phones sometimes need to send SMS messages. Did you know you can do that from your computer...?"

  • 11 Predictions for Free Software in 2008 (2007-12-26 16:00:00)
    Datamation: "'You must be mad,' Gary Trudeau says in a self-interview in one of his Doonesbury collections, when he raises the subject of political predictions. 'I only do post-mortems...'"

  • Calculating Subnets with "ipcalc" (2007-12-26 13:00:12)
    BeginLinux: "Setting up a network can be fairly quick and easy if you're setting it up with straight Class A, Class B, or Class C network addresses..."

  • Building Websites with webgen (2007-12-26 09:00:15)
    Linux Journal: "In my article about the web site for the Geek Ranch I suggested three tools that made sense for doing the site: Drupal, Joomla and Karrigell..."

  • Track Projects and Time The Easy Way with jWorkSheet (2007-12-26 05:00:36)
    Linux.com: "High-end project management tools and low-end to-do utilities are a dime a dozen these days..."

  • XGL and Xen Can Mix on a T61p (2007-12-26 01:00:47)
    SUSE Linux Enterprise in the Americas: "I write this post from my cube-spinning phenom of a laptop, my Lenovo T61p. Owing to its newness, there were a few hiccups configuring SLED 10 SP1..."