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IT Management Linux News for Oct 30, 2006

  • Salon: Cuba Libre! (2006-10-30 22:45:05)
    "The average yearly salary of a Cuban information technology professional is $180. Microsoft Windows XP Professional retails on Amazon.com for $269..."

  • CNET News: A Linux Start-Up on the Path to Profits (2006-10-30 21:30:41)
    "Ubuntu has been a phenomenon in the desktop Linux niche. But Canonical Chief Executive Mark Shuttleworth, who founded the project, has his eyes on the more lucrative server market..."

  • The Register: Oracle Welcomes Linux Users With Support Site Crash (2006-10-30 20:30:40)
    "Oracle today dished out a rude awakening to the Linux users it hopes to support over the long-haul. Its MetaLink support site crashed..."

  • On the Survival of Red Hat (2006-10-30 19:00:43)
    Digest: It seems that everyone and their brother has an opinion on the future of Red Hat. The latest digest of articles on that very subject within.

  • ZDNet India: HP: Open Source Can be More Profitable (2006-10-30 16:45:10)
    "Hewlett-Packard claims it has started to make higher margins from open source than proprietary software in some instances, due to the support costs associated with migration..."