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IT Management Linux News for Mar 07, 2011

  • Does IPv6 Even Work? (2011-03-07 22:04:13)
    Enterprise Networking Planet: "With the free pool of IPv4 address space now exhausted, transitioning to IPv6 is set to become increasingly important. IPv6, however, isn't without its own set of challenges; and implementing it isn't as easy as simply flipping a switch."

  • Red Hat bid to undercut Oracle, Novell (2011-03-07 19:04:13)
    IT Wire: "Red Hat has decided to release its kernel source with all patches pre-applied to make it difficult for its competitors to lure away its customers."

  • 5 Excellent Linux Media Servers for the Enterprise (2011-03-07 18:34:13)
    Linux Planet: "A good stout Linux media server has a home in the enterprise because it's a better tool than traditional file shares for storing, archiving, and sharing multimedia presentations."

  • Nokia Drops Commercial Qt Services (2011-03-07 16:04:13)
    IT World: "More likely they will see it for what it is: Nokia's new partner bullying out any non-Windows codebase."

  • New Features of OpenVPN 2.1 and 2.2 (2011-03-07 03:04:13)
    Packt: "This article by Jan Just Keijser, will focus on some of the new features found in OpenVPN 2.1 and the upcoming 2.2 release."