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IT Management Linux News for Jun 17, 2011

  • LibreOffice gets serious with new release and Advisory Board (2011-06-17 23:00:10)
    Netstat -vat: Document Foundation proved this week that it's not just a fork in the road for OpenOffice - it's a new direction.

  • LexisNexis Joins Linux Foundation (2011-06-17 21:00:54)
    Linux Foundation: "LexisNexis Risk Solutions further commits to open collaboration and Linux to support 'Big Data' after HPCC Systems open source platform announcement"

  • Xen lets KVM overtake (2011-06-17 19:03:47)
    The H Open: "Distributors will now have a much easier time including Xen support. But the situation is not as rosy as it seems: Linux 3.0 will not offer all of the capabilities in current commercial Xen products â€" support for suspend-to-RAM and 3-D graphics are missing."

  • Canonical: Ubuntu Server Embracing ARM Architecture (2011-06-17 15:00:43)
    The VAR Guy: x86 isn't the only platform for Ubuntu

  • Using a Rewrite in Nginx for feedburner (2011-06-17 14:04:46)
    Linuxaria: "On my site I had a small problems with feeds..."

  • Open Source Could Change the Future of E-Discovery (2011-06-17 13:03:09)
    Law.com: "Even for customers who can afford commercial e-discovery, there is no tool that fits what lawyers want. The only one you like is the one you've never seen and don't use, because they are just all bad."

  • Hadoop alternative to be open sourced (2011-06-17 12:06:19)
    CIO: "LexisNexis is planning to release its internally developed supercomputing platform as open source, providing developers with an alternative to the Hadoop framework for large-scale data processing."

  • Display file information with stat (2011-06-17 06:09:08)
    Linuxaria: stat cheat sheet.