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Linux News for Apr 11, 2010

  • Simple Invoices review (Apr 11, 2010, 23:03)
    Linux User and Developer: "Pros: It's free and has a simple yet good-looking front end. Being web-based, it's accessible from anywhere, and is cross-platform. The software itself is pretty advanced: it supports various billing formats and even allows several user accounts. This is great for a small organisation's requirements"

  • Canonical's services play: Revenue windfall or trap? (Apr 11, 2010, 19:03)
    InfoWorld: "It's tough to compete in an industry where your customers expect your product to be free. Such is the case with software, where giveaways have seemingly become the norm."

  • What�s this �CoApp� all about? (Apr 11, 2010, 15:03)
    Open Source Development at Microsoft: "CoApp aims to create a vibrant Open Source ecosystem on Windows by providing the technologies needed to build a complete community-driven Package Management System, along with tools to enable developers to take advantage of features of the Windows platform"

  • Open Source Asterisk 1.8 Aiming for Long-Term Support (Apr 11, 2010, 11:03)
    VoIP Planet: "The Ubuntu Linux distribution isn't the only open source project with a long-term-support release on the horizon. The Asterisk open source VoIP PBX (define) project is moving ahead with its own long-term support (LTS) plans with its 1.8 release."

  • Ksplice: Upgrade / Patch Your Linux Kernel Without Reboots (Apr 11, 2010, 07:03)
    nixCraft: "Ksplice service allows you to skip reboot step and apply hotfixes to kernel without rebooting the server. In this post I will cover a quick installation of Ksplice for RHEL 5.x and try to find out if service is worth every penny."

  • Shared Library Issues In Linux (Apr 11, 2010, 03:03)
    Innovations: "Shared libraries are one of the many strong design features of Linux, but can lead to headaches for inexperienced users, and even experienced users in certain situations."