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IT Management Linux News for Aug 30, 2010

  • General Hugh Shelton Elected Chairman of Red Hat Board of Directors (2010-08-30 23:04:17)
    Red Hat: "Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced General H. Hugh Shelton (U.S. Army Retired) has been elected to serve as chairman of Red Hat's board of directors."

  • Silicon Valley’s Dark Secret: It’s All About Age (2010-08-30 20:04:17)
    Techcrunch: "An interesting paradox in the technology world is that there is both a shortage and a surplus of engineers in the United States."

  • Virus Scan A Windows Machine (2010-08-30 16:04:17)
    Linux Journal: "This short guide shows you how to scan for infected files by booting into SystemRescueCD and running ClamAV, a virus checker."

  • Operating System Support: How Long Does Yours Last? (2010-08-30 14:34:17)
    Datamation: "Key to any operating system buying decision is its lifespan for support and maintenance updates. As it turns out, most of the major operating system vendors offer support lengths that, on the surface, don't differ radically from each other -- though there are exceptions to the rule that IT managers need to keep in mind if they're going to get the most support for their dollar."