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=> The Free Software community is well known for its diversity. This is most obvious at the application level, but even exists in the context of operating systems. David Chisnall takes a break from UNIX-derivatives and explores some of the more esoteric options. DragonFly BSD aims to support Single System Image clustering.
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=> Red Hat Linux gets top government security rating : Red Hat Linux has received a new level of security certification that should make the software more appealing to some government agencies.
=> Comprehensive review of Modern Word Processors – In part one we look at the majors players; in part two we try out the second-tier contenders; part three examines the online word processors challenging the desktop heavy hitters.
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=> It is no secret that I’m a big fan of the open source Xen virtual machine hypervisor, and I’ve written several tools to make using it under Debian GNU/Linux more straightforward. Here we’ll take a quick look at using xen-tools to easily create new Xen guest domains.
=> Yeah, I’ve read them too. Lists of shell tricks you already know – pstree (wow!) bc (bash already has built-in math), and a dozen commands you see in every Linux site, book, and training course. Here’s a list of few useful commands you haven’t heard before.Share this on: