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IT Management Linux News for Jun 30, 2009

  • Red Hat's Good Quarter: What's the Problem? (2009-06-30 19:32:43)
    Serverwatch: "The enterprise Linux maker revealed some stonkingly good quarterly figures last week, laughing in the face of the global downturn and making the Linux vendor that relies on Microsoft's trust fund money (Novell, in other words) look like a right old Charlie."

  • DoJ to Oracle/Sun: Not so Fast, Pardners (2009-06-30 19:02:43)
    InternetNews: "The federal government has denied Oracle's request for a speedy approval of its $7.4 billion purchase of Sun Microsystems, requesting more time to give the purchase scrutiny before passing it on to the Federal Trade Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission for approval."

  • Linux as Messenger of Freedom (2009-06-30 17:02:43)
    Linux.com: "The question came from one Oscar Slone, who wrote: "Curiosity has gotten the better of me, so here comes my question: as an OS is Linux well protected from censorship attacks or cyberwar? There's been a lot of news lately about both those activities.""

  • 10 mistakes new Linux administrators make (2009-06-30 01:32:43)
    10 Things: "But that nightmare doesn’t have to happen, especially when you know, first hand, the most common mistakes new Linux administrators make. This article will help you avoid those mistakes by laying out the most typical Linux missteps."