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IT Management Linux News for Aug 06, 2012

  • How to get your Linux feet wet with UNetbootin (2012-08-06 15:00:00)
    IT World: UNetbootin (Universal Network Installer) is a superb little tool that makes it dead easy to create bootable USB drives from any in a large selection of available Linux distributions.

  • Russia Dumps Linux for Windows (2012-08-06 13:00:00)
    Linux notes from DarkDuck:There are many speculations in the Internet about the implementation of Linux-based operating systems and free open source software in general on national level.

  • Biased Buyers Blocking Open Source (2012-08-06 10:00:00)
    ComputerWorld UK: A recent report shows that 17% of ICT procurement across Europe is biased, with the UK the 4th most common offender.

  • Linux Top 3: KDE 4.9, Linux 3.6 and Fedora's New MATE (2012-08-06 09:00:00)
    LinuxPlanet: There has been some debate lately about whether or not GNOME has gone off the deep end into an abyss.

  • Open Source ERP Buyer's Guide (2012-08-06 08:00:00)
    EnterpriseAppsToday: Open source is still a small subset of the ERP market, yet its promise of low cost and added flexibility means it merits investigation, especially for entry-level ERP deployments.

  • Is usability breaking Linux adoption? (2012-08-06 07:00:00)
    Computerworld: I have been using Fedora Linux , and it has not been an easy ride all along.