Linux Today: Linux News On Internet Time.

More on LinuxToday

IT Management Linux News for Mar 01, 2011

  • Incron -- a cron based on File System events (2011-03-01 23:32:13)
    Linuxaria: "inotify is a Linux kernel subsystem that acts to extend filesystems to notice changes to the filesystem, and report those changes to applications. It replaces an earlier facility, dnotify, which had similar goals."

  • Learn Linux, 302 (Mixed environments): Samba roles (2011-03-01 21:02:13)
    IBM Developerworks: "Samba isn't a single program; rather, it's a series of interrelated servers and utilities, each of which has its own specific purpose. Understanding the differences between these servers and utilities will help you manage your Samba system."

  • IBM DB2, Novell Partner for Linux Software Appliances (2011-03-01 19:02:13)
    ServerWatch: "Novell is expanding its SUSE Studio Linux appliance technology today with the addition of new templates for IBM's DB2 database."

  • Live Performance Monitor for Your MySQL Server (2011-03-01 18:02:13)
    Tech Source: "If you are a Linux system administrator or have a Linux server running a LAMP stack, you might want to be able to keep an eye on the different elements that contribute to keeping your applications and websites alive."

  • Linux Backup Server: Refining Rsync, Passwordless Authentication (2011-03-01 16:02:13)
    Linux Planet: "At last here are the final two parts of this series. Today we learn how to tell rsync which files to include or exclude, set up passwordless login on the backup server, and safely test everything."

  • Make Customers Smile in 7 Easy Steps with OTRS - Part 4 (2011-03-01 15:32:13)
    Linux Journal: "In Part 3, you learned how to accept, open and close tickets, and use the OTRS interface to communicate with customers and internal team members through the ticket resolution workflow."

  • Document: What a Microsoft employment contract looks like (2011-03-01 14:32:13)
    TechFlash: "I will diligently perform my assigned duties and devote my entire working time, abilities, and efforts to such duties and to furthering the interests of MICROSOFT."

  • Using OpenFire for Realtime Collaboration on Linux (2011-03-01 14:02:13)
    Linux.com: "Offering real-time collaboration tools within a company is becoming a must-have if a company is serious about getting their employees to work as efficiently as possible."