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IT Management Linux News for Jun 11, 2010

  • Is Sticking With Solaris a Wise Choice? (Jun 11, 2010, 18:47)
    ServerWatch: "I admit it: I was a huge fan of Solaris as recently as two years ago. Solaris is really a great operating system, and when developers at Sun were given free rein they created some amazing components, notably ZFS and DTrace."

  • Canonical wants to put Ubuntu Linux on tablets (Jun 11, 2010, 18:03)
    The Inquirer: "Open source software developer Canonical is preparing a version of the Ubuntu Linux operating system for tablet computers."

  • HP buys Phoenix's HyperSpace quick-start Linux (Jun 11, 2010, 17:19)
    The H Open: "Its HyperSpace system is said to stand out because it can use the virtualisation functions of various Intel processors to run simultaneously with the main operating system."

  • VMware inks OEM deal with Novell for SUSE Linux (Jun 11, 2010, 16:36)
    The Register: "Novell needs all the help it can get in its seven-year battle to get its SUSE Linux business growing and profitable."