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IT Management Linux News for Jun 02, 2010

  • Hassle-free Backup with Deja Dup (Jun 02, 2010, 22:34)
    Linux Pro Magazine: "The Déjà Dup backup utility may not be the most powerful or flexible backup tool out there, but it does have its advantages. Its straightforward interface makes it dead-easy to configure backups, while the support for the Amazon S3 storage back-end is a boon for users looking for unlimited backup storage on the cheap."
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  • LISP: The Future of Internet Routing? (Jun 02, 2010, 22:04)
    Datamation: "For some, the name LISP (define) conjures up memories of an old programming language. For others, LISP has a different meaning that is rooted in the future of Internet routing."

  • Google Phasing Out Windows: Report (Jun 02, 2010, 18:04)
    Datamation: "It's not like Google was ever going to be a showcase customer for Microsoft, but a report that the search giant is phasing out Microsoft Windows underscores security concerns that have long dogged the widely-used software."

  • Save partitions across a network with Partimage (Jun 02, 2010, 16:04)
    Ghacks: "And although (as a reader did point out) Partimage is limited by not supporting ext4 file systems, it still has plenty of uses. One of those uses is copying partitions across a networking."

  • Microsoft willing to avoid China due to piracy (Jun 02, 2010, 14:04)
    Myce: "Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer admitted his company is looking to expand outside of China due to the country’s disappointing stance on software piracy that runs rampant within its borders."

  • Here it is: SCO's Reply to Novell's Response to Motion for New Trial - Updated, as text (Jun 02, 2010, 00:04)
    Groklaw: "I know some of you wondered if SCO had given up and faced reality and wasn't going to file. Hah! Nevah happen."