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Linux News for Jan 30, 2010

  • High-end NAS device runs Linux (2010-01-30 20:02:49)
    Linux Devices: "Enhance Technology announced an eight-disk, Linux-based network-attached storage (NAS) device, offering up to 16TB of SATA storage. The UltraShare NAS8000-P4 incorporates an Intel Xeon (Nehalem) CPU clocked at 2.0GHz, four gigabit Ethernet ports, and an optional gateway for expanding to up to 176TB."

  • How to Install any Linux on a USB (2010-01-30 16:02:49)
    Hacking Truths: "There are so many reasons why having a Linux distribution on a USB drive can come in handy. From having a "rescue" OS on your keyring to being able to install a new distribution on your EeePC, a "thumb drive" Linux has many uses."

  • Bordeaux 2.0.0 for Linux Released (2010-01-30 14:02:49)
    Wine-Reviews: "The Bordeaux Technology Group released Bordeaux 2.0.0 for Linux today. Bordeaux 2.0.0 marks major progress over older releases."

  • Ubuntu Server Evaluation (2010-01-30 12:02:49)
    Spidertools: "The Ubuntu server is the most innovative distribution for servers. It enables administrators to gain access to cutting edge technology and implement that with new ideas. If you are looking for the latest and greatest, this is the server option for you."

  • Chrome apes IE8, adds clickjacking, XSS defenses (2010-01-30 08:02:49)
    Computerworld: "Google yesterday announced it has added several new security features to Chrome, including two that were first popularized by rival Microsoft in Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) last year."

  • Oracle and Apple: This Week's Big Tech News and What it Means for Linux (2010-01-30 04:02:49)
    Linux.com: "The tech industry is jumping this week. On the consumer side, Apple finally took the wraps off the poorly named but interesting iPad. On the enterprise side, Oracle finally had the chance to lay claim to Sun and spell out what it's planning to do with the spoils."

  • Editor's Note: The More I Upgrade, the Worse It Gets (2010-01-30 00:02:49)
    It all started with a simple CPU upgrade. Or so I thought.