|Story||Ubuntu Under Attack on Multiple Fronts||srlinuxx||1||09/07/2009 - 10:25pm|
|Story||KDE 4.3.0 RC2 Codenamed "Canteras" Released||srlinuxx||1||09/07/2009 - 10:23pm|
|Story||HOWTO : Rebootless with Ksplice Uptrack on Ubuntu 9.04||srlinuxx||09/07/2009 - 9:46pm|
|Story||Gwenview 2.3 - The Powerful KDE4 Image Viewer||Chris7mas||09/07/2009 - 9:43pm|
|Story||Four Firefox Annoyances to Fix for 4.0||srlinuxx||09/07/2009 - 9:39pm|
|Story||Kernel Log: progress with free graphics drivers, three new stable kernels||srlinuxx||09/07/2009 - 9:13pm|
|Story||5 reasons the Google Chrome OS is a f*#$ing bad idea||srlinuxx||09/07/2009 - 7:20pm|
|Story||Release on porting Globus Grid middleware to Debian||cj2003||09/07/2009 - 7:04pm|
|Story||Dangerous Security Flaw Likely Just a Hoax||srlinuxx||09/07/2009 - 5:10pm|
|Story||Red Hat: From manic acquisitions to focused execution||srlinuxx||09/07/2009 - 5:08pm|
The fight for Net Neutrality is for the place we call the Net. The fight against Net Neutrality is for a neutered Net biased toward carrying the next form of Cable TV. But what about the fact that most of us never have experienced Neutrality in the first place?
I preside more than 10 Slackware and Debian servers at a small engineering firm, serving 50 in-house and several external employees. Normal IT services are rendered through the use of Apache, MySQL, PHP, BIND, Squid, Netfilter, Courier IMAP, Postfix, VsFTPd, and Samba. Here's a list of my essential tools.
Linspire Inc. and one of its biggest desktop Linux rivals, Ubuntu, are talking about collaborating to offer Linspire's CNR (Click-N-Run) application download service to Ubuntu users.
In this article, I will discuss the benefits of using a MySQL cluster to corporations that require highly available data, the implementation of basic MySQL cluster using the minimum recommended requirements, and how to enhance the initial cluster to allow for more availability. I will also describe some cluster configuration options and some typical MySQL cluster management client commands for managing a cluster.
Some people might be surprised that the government is only just waking up to the idea that open source is secure, stable and attractive to end users. Better late than never, though.
So you want a cell phone that's also a PDA? Smart phones can make calls, synchronize your calendar with your PC, act as data storage devices, and connect your PC to the Internet. You can use your Linux PC to connect with and even program some mobile phones using some of the following tools.
I found my new license with which I will license everything.
The DWTFYWWI license is my kind of license.
My hope is that this focused list of the basic administration commands will help you quickly become self sufficient and well versed in server use.
The Globus Consortium Journal (http://www.globusconsortium.org/journal) this month features Grid security perspectives from a range of experts from both the open source and vendor community. Highlights include:
Two new reports are warning the governments of New Zealand and Québec of the potential legal dangers of using and modifying open-source software, with one advising that some open-source licences are "highly infectious".
Oh! My aching head.
When I first saw ExtremeTech's Why Windows Vista Won't Suck, I thought: "Aha, sarcasm."
Nope. I was wrong.
They really were saying that Vista is pretty good.
Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) is an often-overlooked protocol that can provide cross-platform file sharing with minimal client-side configuration. This article explains how to configure WebDAV servers on Windows with IIS, on Mac OS X and Linux with Apache, and how to connect using built-in WebDAV clients on all three OSes.
We've brought a new wiki online at http://wiki.samba.org/ for Samba users and developers alike. The intent is to allow the community to fill the gap in dynamic or temporary documentation and other relevant information.
The Xen Project offers impressive performance results--close to native--and this is one of its key advantages. Another impressive feature is Live Migration, which I discussed in a previous article. After much anticipation, Version 3.0 of Xen recently was released, and it is the focus of this article.
You may know how to use SQL to extract data from a table in a MySQL database, and how to run a query that combines data from more than one table. But what about multiple databases? Or even multiple databases on multiple servers?
Also: Komposé: Mac-inspired utility aids Linux window management
I played with PCLinuxOS (I feel the old site is nicer) a long time ago, when it was something like 0.8-pre. And I was impressed -- the only caveat to me was it was KDE-only. A few days ago I booted into the LiveCD of PCLOS 0.92 and Let's get GNOME!
Whether you're running a single server with a few accounts or a massive ISP infrastructure, managing more than one domain quickly becomes a boring, time-consuming hassle. But thanks to the magic of open source and the guys at ISPConfig, this no longer has to be the case.
Part of what prompted this article is the number of stories and blog postings I've seen in the last few weeks regarding how BSD and its derivatives are way more cool/elite/whatever than Linux. The number one reason given—if one is given at all—is that "Open/Free/NetBSD is based on the original BSD, which is based on the original Unix."
That kind of "logic" should be left in middle school where is belongs.
The cooperation between the XGL and AIGLX projects to bring better interfaces for the Linux desktop continues as David Reveman (Novell) of XGL has agreed to adopt many changes from the AIGLX project sent in by Kristian Hogsberg (Red Hat).