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IT Management Linux News for Jul 01, 2009

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 beta released - including KVM (2009-07-01 23:32:53)
    Netstat -vat: "Red Hat today officially announced the beta availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 (RHEL), which in my view is a lot more than a typical point release. Sure we're all waiting for the big RHEL 6 release, but there are some major changes in RHEL 5.4."

  • Asus: If you Want Linux On Your Eee, Go To Toys R Us! (2009-07-01 21:02:53)
    eWeek: "If you want Linux on an Eee, you'll have to go to Toys R Us, Asus tells eWEEK Europe"

  • Help Me Go Mano a Mano with Microsoft (2009-07-01 19:32:53)
    Linux Journal: "Next week, I'm taking part in a debate with a Microsoft representative about the passage of the OOXML file format through the ISO process last year. Since said Microsoftie can draw on the not inconsiderable resources of his organisation to provide him with a little back-up, I thought I'd try to even the odds by putting out a call for help to the unmatched resource that is the Linux Journal community."

  • Ubuntu heads to the clouds (2009-07-01 18:32:53)
    Cyber Cynic: "On July 1, Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu in partnership with Eucalyptus Systems, an open-source cloud infrastructure firm, will be launching Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud Services."

  • Using IP Service Object In Firewall Builder (2009-07-01 15:32:53)
    Howtoforge: "This article continues the series of articles on Firewall Builder, a graphical firewall configuration and management tool that supports many Open Source firewall platforms as well as Cisco IOS access lists and Cisco ASA (PIX)."

  • Three Books Every System Administrator Should Read (2009-07-01 15:02:53)
    Linux Magazine: "In fact, there are three books I highly recommend and are mandatory reading for my staff."

  • Linux Foundation pitches Linux for free netbooks from mobile carriers (2009-07-01 14:02:53)
    Good Gear Guide: "Mobile carriers may start giving away netbooks for free, and Linux-based application stores could help them profit by doing it, the head of a Linux advocacy group told Chinese companies on Monday."

  • Microsoft reminds us that Windows is f*cking expensive (2009-07-01 06:02:53)
    Tech-No-Media: "The boxed edition of Windows cost as much as a computer."