IT Management Linux News for Jun 29, 2011
Cisco Cius Android Tablet Set For Release (2011-06-29 23:00:23)
EnterpriseMobileToday: A year after first being
announced, Cisco finally is set to deliver an open source Android
Do more with less on Linux terminal (2011-06-29 22:01:04)
Linuxaria: "The Linux command less is similar
to cat, but with less you can scroll the file instead of showing
the file at once. With less command you can scroll up in the file
as well as down, where with the Linux command more you can only
scroll down the file."
Sweden-based Designer Wins 20th Anniversary of Linux T-shirt Contest with Flying Penguin Design (2011-06-29 20:00:31)
Linux.com: "After twenty years of hard work,
this penguin has managed to take off."
Despite the U.S. CIO's Exit, Open Source Is Entrenched in the Federal Government (2011-06-29 18:00:59)
OStatic: In mid-June, as the United States'
first federal CIO, Vivek Kundra announced that he has decided to
leave his post, many people wondered if the open source initiatives
that he drove in his short time as CIO would fade with him."
Enterprise Apps Today: Actuate Adds Hadoop to Open Source Business Intelligence (2011-06-29 16:01:27)
Enterprise Apps Today: "Application developers
can now use BIRT 3.7 from the Eclipse Foundation to access Hadoop
using Hive Query Language (HQL)."
Linux Top 5: Red Hat's Billion Reasons to Love Linux (2011-06-29 14:00:42)
LinuxPlanet: . Red Hat grows earnings as Linux
3.0 gets faster and GNOME gets new leadership.
Sony CEO blurs line between Linux and piracy at shareholders’ meeting (2011-06-29 13:02:19)
ZDNET: "Ignoring a call for his resignation at
Sony's latest shareholder meeting, CEO Howard Stringer blurred the
line between installing Linux on the PlayStation 3 and pirating
Load Testing and Benchmarking With Siege (2011-06-29 08:01:08)
ServerWatch: "Getting ready to roll out a site,
but not sure how it will perform in real-world use? Take a look at
Siege, a load-testing and benchmarking utility that will help
stress test your setup before exposing it to the world."
Nonprofit helps government expand open source software usage (2011-06-29 06:04:16)
Network World: "The U.S. government is still
very much a Windows world, but a group dedicated to bringing open
source software into public agencies says it is seeing progress on
Yahoo! seeds Hadoop startup on open source dream (2011-06-29 01:04:19)
The Register: "Yahoo! is creating a new company
with its core Hadoop engineering team, seeking to rapidly expand
the scope of the open source distributed number-crunching platform
and ultimately bring it to a much wider audience."