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Infrastructure Linux News for Dec 27, 2007

  • There's More to Linux than Ubuntu (2007-12-27 22:45:23)
    The Tech and Other Cents: "Recently I got to read more and more stories about Linux in general (at least that what it was insinuated by the name of the article) where term 'Linux' is quite replaced by Ubuntu..."

  • Building A Linux Music Studio (2007-12-27 20:30:29)
    LinuxPlanet: "There are all kinds of great digital recording gear, from tiny portable recorders to multi-channel mixer-recorders with CD burners, and Linux has a wealth of good-quality audio recording and editing programs..."

  • SCO, NASDAQ Part Ways (2007-12-27 19:30:55)
    Roundup: "There are only so many times you can cheat the reaper..." With Groklaw's coverage.

  • NVIDIA 2007 Linux Year in Review (2007-12-27 18:15:54)
    Phoronix: "Now in our third year of doing this, it's time to see how NVIDIA's binary driver has panned out over the past year..."

  • Editors' Retrospective--Linux Devices in 2007 (2007-12-27 17:30:56)
    LinuxDevices: "Of the approximately 1,200 stories we published this year, these were the most important, in our opinion..."

  • Mozilla Aims to Weave a New Web (2007-12-27 16:00:41)
    internetnews.com: "Most Web browser users typically save their preferences and bookmarks locally. A new effort from Mozilla, called 'Weave,' may change that using a browser-integrated set of hosted online services..."

  • 'The $100 Laptop' Now a $600 eBay Item (2007-12-27 14:30:01)
    USA Today: "So why did people pay as much as $600 for them on eBay, when that kind of money is enough to buy a much more powerful machine...?"

  • Accelerate Plone with Varnish (2007-12-27 13:00:45)
    Bitubique: "This tutorial highlight the necessary steps to configure Varnish and lighttpd to serve your Plone site. The primary benefit is that you can tremendously improve performance of your Plone..."

  • Simple, Fast Administration with Webmin (2007-12-27 09:00:02)
    Linux.com: "Linux has so many tools, settings, parameters, and configuration files to learn that administering your box can be a challenge..."