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Linux News for May 31, 2008

  • The A-Z of Programming Languages: BASH/Bourne-Again Shell (May 31, 2008, 20:00)
    Computerworld Australia: "Bash, or the Bourne-Again Shell is a Unix shell created in 1987 by Brian Fox. According to Wikipedia, the name is a pun on an earlier Unix shell by Stephen Bourne (called the Bourne shell), which was distributed with Version 7 Unix in 1978..."

  • Mandriva Linux 2008 Spring Review (May 31, 2008, 16:00)
    ZDNet UK: "Linux distros are a bit like buses (bear with me on this)--miss one and another is bound to come along sooner or later..."

  • Interview: Joel Cohen, Writer and Associate Producer of The Simpsons (May 31, 2008, 12:00)
    Red Hat Magazine: "Joel Cohen is an Emmy award-winning writer and associate producer of The Simpsons. He's also a keynote speaker at the Red Hat Summit this June..."

  • Apple vs. Google vs. Linux vs. Microsoft: The Fight For the Desktop is On! (May 31, 2008, 04:00)
    Datamation: "...Linux is beginning to get some actual traction, showing up on a number of low cost 'Netbook' offerings and MID (Mobile Internet Devices); it is starting to look like even this platform may have some legs..."

  • Linux File Systems: Ready for the Future? (May 31, 2008, 00:00)
    Enterprise Storage Forum: "My article three weeks ago on Linux file systems set off a firestorm unlike any other I've written in the decade I've been writing on storage and technology issues..."