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IT Management Linux News for Jan 31, 2009

  • Microsoft on Intel's Anti-Linux: "Please Keep Confidential. This is a Nightmare" (2009-01-31 15:02:24)
    Boycott Novell: "This is a furious battle that Microsoft secretly had going against Intel's support for Linux. This was so secret that Microsoft executives even abstained from telling their peers about it. "Please keep confidential. this is a nightmare...""

  • Building Customised Linux Distributions (2009-01-31 11:02:24)
    IT Pro: "One of the biggest selling points for Linux is its scalability. At one end of the scale, Embedded Linux is everywhere from the vehicle management system in your car to the smartphone in your shirt pocket. At the other end of the scale, 439 of the top 500 supercomputers run on Linux."

  • Active Directory for Linux draws closer (2009-01-31 01:32:24)
    The Linux Distillery: "You may not consider it a "killer app" but one thing restricting Linux deployment in enterprises is an implementation of Microsoft's Active Directory (AD.) However, AD for Linux is on its way in Samba version 4 and is sure to annhilate a barrier to Linux adoption in business."