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IT Management Linux News for Nov 29, 2010

  • Best Networking Tweaks for Linux (Nov 29, 2010, 23:33)
    Network World: "A Linux system can be tweaked to a degree Windows users may envy (or fear) especially for networking. Tweaking a Linux box for networking is a bit more mundane than other platforms: there are specific driver settings one can work with but its best flexibility comes from a mix of OS-level modifications and adherence to different RFCs"

  • Testing raidpycovery through mdadm (Nov 29, 2010, 22:03)
    Technology FLOSS: "I'm still working on polishing raidpycovery. I started doing real experiments today to recover data from broken RAID5s. In order to do it, I used linux' md. It allowed me to study md a little bit while testing raidpycovery."

  • Librarians, developers push open-source alternative (Nov 29, 2010, 14:33)
    Computerworld: "Librarians, information managers and open-source developers have founded a formal collaborative initiative, Open Network Libraries (ONL), aimed at providing services to library users and staff through the use of open source software."

  • Active Directory Integration Evolves On Ubuntu 10.10 (Nov 29, 2010, 07:03)
    The VAR Guy: "Among the most rapidly evolving niches in the Linux enterprise market is integration with Microsoft Active Directory. We last visited this area back in July 2010, but a lot has changed since then, with new partnerships announced and new software released. Here are some of the highlights of these developments, with a focus on their relationship to the latest Ubuntu release, 10.10."