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IT Management Linux News for May 25, 2010

  • Novell: This Linux OS Vendor Went to Market (2010-05-25 22:02:55)
    Serverwatch: "Novell is a company that has run out of ideas."

  • Logs: Your Linux System’s Lovable Worker Bees (2010-05-25 20:02:55)
    Linux Magazine: "The lowly and lonely log files sit there day after day gathering dust and events as your system purrs along without issue. That is, until something bad happens."

  • Enhance Desktop Security Using Virtualization (2010-05-25 18:17:55)
    eSecurityPlanet: "You might have seen this scene during the climactic shoot-out in any number of movies and television shows—the hunted character lures his hunters into a room full of mirrors, who fire their weapons at the reflections, mistaking them for the real person."

  • Cloud Computing Prompts Push for Privacy Law Rewrite (2010-05-25 17:02:55)
    Datamation: "Members of a broad coalition advocating an overhaul of a more than two-decades-old privacy law took to Capitol Hill Friday afternoon, convening a briefing for congressional staffers to champion the cause."

  • Browse your Samba shares with pyNeighborhood (2010-05-25 15:32:55)
    Ghacks: "Well years have passed and LinNeighborhood is now pyNeighborhood. pyNeighborhood is the GTK2 version of LinNeighborhood (which was GTK1). It still serves (basically) the same purpose, but it's more reliable and easier to use."

  • Show me the money... (2010-05-25 14:02:55)
    Opensource.com: "So, while it might sound strange, I believe one of Red Hat's most valuable contributions to the open source way is our profitability."

  • When the Administrator walks... (2010-05-25 07:32:55)
    Linux Journal: "We never like to see our co-workers leave. In most cases, though, we are are happy for them because they are going on to bigger and better things. But occasionally they are not leaving under their own power."

  • HP Expands Recall of Older Laptop Batteries (2010-05-25 00:20:12)
    CIO Update: "Hewlett-Packard on Friday expanded its worldwide recall of notebook batteries for laptops sold between 2007 and 2008 in a variety of notebooks due to the risk of catching fire."