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IT Management Linux News for Jan 25, 2011

  • More Tales of Terrible IT Managers (2011-01-25 19:03:48)
    Linux Planet: "Managing IT staff is crucial to the success of any business, and yet tales of abused IT workers and lousy management are legion. In part 2 of this series readers talk back."

  • Generate Secure Passwords With Pwgen (2011-01-25 17:33:48)
    Serverwatch: "Coming up with good passwords is never easy. One of my favorite tools for creating secure passwords is Password Generator, also known as pwgen, a utility that generates random (but pronounceable) passwords."

  • Stopping development on Google Notebook (2011-01-25 14:33:48)
    Google Blog: "Starting next week, we plan to stop active development on Google Notebook. This means we'll no longer be adding features or offer Notebook for new users"

  • Dell Joins Novell for Linux Appliances (2011-01-25 13:33:48)
    ServerWatch: "What do IBM, VMware, SAP and Dell have in common? They're all using Novell to build Linux appliances."

  • Ten ways to tackle a full Linux hard drive (2011-01-25 01:33:48)
    ZDNet: "In theory, cheap storage should have signaled the end of disk-space issues. But huge files and poor house-keeping mean you still need to know how to deal with overstuffed hard drives in Linux, says Jack Wallen."