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IT Management Linux News for Mar 03, 2010

  • Beginner's Guide to Nmap (2010-03-03 22:32:58)
    Linux.com: "Ever wondered how attackers know what ports are open on a system? Or how to find out what services a computer is running without just asking the site admin? You can do all this and more with a handy little tool called Nmap."

  • Linux netfilter/iptables split access with multiple ISPs (2010-03-03 18:32:58)
    Adam Palmer: "The article focuses on using the standard iproute2 tool to allow the box to attempt to balance traffic over multiple uplinks with multiple default routes. While relatively easy to set up, it has a few problems:"

  • Vermont Adopts Open Source Software Policy (2010-03-03 15:32:52)
    Government Technology: "Vermont has become the latest government to enact an open source software policy, after Secretary of Administration Neale F. Lunderville recently signed a policy developed under state CIO David Tucker's leadership."

  • Taxing every citizen for Microsoft Windows problems? Are we insane? (2010-03-03 14:32:52)
    Stop: "You could say it's a public safety issue and do it with general taxation"

  • How to create LXC system containers to isolate services (2010-03-03 07:02:52)
    Tech Republic: "Vincent Danen shows you how to create Linux Resource Containers to run a full service or set of services, isolated from the host operating system."