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IT Management Linux News for May 21, 2010

  • Top 10 Enterprise Database Systems to Consider (2010-05-21 19:03:36)
    ServerWatch: "How far back does your knowledge of databases go -- late-1980s, mid-1990s, five years ago? If so, you might not recognize some of the old timers in this list."

  • How Linux Saved A Fast Food Giant (2010-05-21 15:03:36)
    Holy Crap My Hair is on Fire: "Linux saved me and the company I sub contract to, a large fast food giant, from near-total disaster. Last month McAfee posted a virus definition update that flagged SVCHOST.EXE as a virus. This is my story of what happened."

  • 7 (More) Best Free and Open Source Content Management Systems (CMS) (2010-05-21 13:33:36)
    Tech Source: "Due to popular demand, we will give you another round of some of the best free and open-source Content Management Systems (CMS). This new set of CMS is as good as the previous list that we have so this should be interesting."

  • HP Wants to Bring webOS to Printers (2010-05-21 12:33:36)
    Linux Pro Magazine: "When HP discussed expanding webOS, this probably isn't what Palm had in mind."

  • Usenet's home shuts down today (2010-05-21 12:03:36)
    The Register: "Duke University in North Carolina is where Usenet began, and today the institution is shutting down its Usenet server. The college cites "low usage and rising costs" for the decision."

  • Smartmontools: Ya Mon! (2010-05-21 10:33:36)
    Linux Magazine: "Last article we introduced the SMART capabilities of hard drives (who knew your drives were SMART?). In this article smartmontools, an application for examining the SMART attributes and trigger self tests, is examined."