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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 30, 2008

  • Super Micro C2SBX+ Linux Review (2008-06-30 20:30:18)
    Phoronix: "With Super Micro's focus on the workstation and server markets, they do support Linux on a number of their different motherboards. Among the Linux distributions they support on different products include Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, SuSE, and Fedora. We have already used the Intel X48 Chipset on Linux (in fact, even before the chipset officially made its debut) so we were not surprised when the Super Micro C2SBX+ had worked flawlessly with Ubuntu 8.04 LTS. In addition to the core functionality of this motherboard working flawlessly with this Linux 2.6.24 kernel distribution -- even the LM_Sensors support was first-rate."

  • Synchronize Directories with Komparator and Kdiff3 (2008-06-30 12:00:59)
    Linux.com: "If you work some of the time on your laptop and some of the time on your desktop box, making sure that your work is updated on both machines is a must..."

  • A Second Look at Slitaz 1.0: Turns Out It Has a Lot of Potential (2008-06-30 10:30:20)
    CLICK: "The extremely lightweight Swiss GNU/Linux distribution Slitaz burst upon the scene in March of this year promising to be easy on system resources yet possessing enough power in the form of basic applications to actually get things done..."

  • Ten Fantastic Keyboard Shortcuts in OpenOffice.org (2008-06-30 09:00:29)
    Free Software Magazine: "A lot of software users I meet seem to feel they are not using their software as efficiently as they could. If that includes you, then listen up..."

  • ATI Radeon HD 4850 Linux Performance (2008-06-30 07:30:56)
    Phoronix: "Last week we exclusively shared the steps AMD was taking to make an evolutionary leap in Linux support with same-day support for their brand-new Radeon HD 4800 series, Linux drivers shipping on the product CD, some manufacturers showcasing Tux on the product packaging, and their proprietary Linux driver reaching a feature parity with their Windows driver..."

  • How To Set Up DHCP Failover On Centos 5.1 (2008-06-30 04:30:00)
    HowtoForge: "This tutorial will walk you through setting up DHCP fail over on CentOS 5.1 using the default ISC dhcp server, this can easily be adapted to any other Linux distro out there..."