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IT Management Linux News for Oct 23, 2008

  • An Update on the Wife's Computer - Ubuntu Does it Again (2008-10-23 23:31:51)
    ZDNet Education: "Here's a quick update on my wife's computer. As you probably remember, an increasingly kludgy Vista Home Premium install finally irritated us enough that I installed OpenSUSE. The install went fine, but without a lot of fiddling, the Broadcom wireless card just wasn’t going to do its thing."

  • Linux's Next Victim (2008-10-23 22:01:51)
    ServerWatch: "UNIX is a ship very slowly letting in water. The rats aren't about to abandon it quite yet, but they are certainly checking where the life vests are stored. The cause of the leak is Linux."

  • Lack of IT Knowledge Begets 'Lock-in' (2008-10-23 21:31:51)
    ZDNet Asia: "Technology is one of the few aspects of business in which decision makers allow themselves to get locked in, due in large to their lack of IT understanding..."

  • Government Gets Open Source (2008-10-23 18:54:08)
    451 CAOS Theory: "GOSCON always provides a good measure of how, similar to the enterprise, open source has become pervasive in government IT."

  • The G1 & Security: A Paradox in Play? (2008-10-23 06:01:51)
    InternetNews: "Android's creators - the Open Handset Alliance (OHA), Google and T-Mobile - have pledged to fully support third-party application development, promising no one will dictate what users can download to the G1, or what developers can upload to the Android Market storefront."