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Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 18, 2011

  • The Richard Stallman saga, redux (2011-11-18 23:00:39)
    Salon: Last week, I profiled Richard Stallman, a central figure in the ongoing saga of the free software movement. Within minutes of the publication of the story, "The saint of free software," my e-mailbox began filling up with a provocative outpouring from Stallman's colleagues, friends and enemies.

  • 50 Good Android Apps: Utilities, Games, Productivity (2011-11-18 19:00:00)
    Datamation: From productivity to utilities to games, these Android apps are among the finest available for the popular mobile platform.

  • Packet Sniffing Basics (2011-11-18 16:00:28)
    LinuxJournal: Packet sniffing, or packet analysis, is the process of capturing any data passed over the local network and looking for any information that may be useful.

  • Managing Live and Offline Migrations with Linux's KVM (2011-11-18 15:00:40)
    Linux.com:One of the best features of a using virtualization is being able to move guests between virtual machine hosts as needed.

  • How does Linux kernel detect and plug in your hardware? (2011-11-18 10:00:37)
    Sysadmin: Kernel, sysfs, udev and dbus collaboration.