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- Replace a failed drive in Linux RAID
Tech Republic: "A few weeks ago I had the distinct displeasure of waking up to a series of emails indicating that a series of RAID arrays on a remote system had degraded. The remote system was still running, but one of the hard drives was pretty much dead."
- What If... Microsoft Bought Novell?
Linux Magazine: "According to the company, Novell would consider being acquired should the right buyer come along. Could that buyer be Microsoft? And what would that mean for SUSE and the Linux ecosystem?"
- Open Source DNS Enters Next Gen with BIND 10 Y1
Netstat -vat: "The first public release of the BIND 10 open source DNS server is now out. But don't rush to update your servers just yet -- it's still years away from being ready for production use"
- SystemTap 1.2 released
LWN.net: "The systemtap team announces release 1.2. prototype perf event and hw-breakpoint probing, security fixes, error tolerance script language extensions, optimizations, tapsets, interesting new sample scripts, kernel versions 2.6.9 through 2.6.34-rc"
- Released Last Week: Mandriva, Berry Linux, SystemRescueCd, Parted Magic 4.9, Tiny Core Linux 2.10
Distrowatch: "Mandriva has announced the release of Mandriva Enterprise Server 5.1, a commercial Linux distribution with 5-year maintenance support: "The first update of Mandriva Enterprise Server (MES) 5, the simple and innovative Linux server, is available today."
- Making Sense of DNS
Begin Linux: "Domain Name Service (DNS) was created in 1983 out of the necessity to convert IP Addresses like 192.168.9.2 to domain names like example.com. DNS is a distributed database, what this means is that no one computer is used to maintain a complete database of all of the domains on the Internet. Instead this information is distributed across many computers."
- Indie Games See The Linux Market
Blog of Helios: "Sure, I've played all the repository shooters...bloody chunks flying and monsters galore. I have a short attention span...mostly because I suck at shooter games. I just don't play them often. But every now and then, one game catches my eye. For this post, that game is Caster."
- Google's privacy campaign, and three ways in which Google gets your data
Tim Anderson’s ITWriting: "Google is campaigning to reassure us that its Chrome browser is, well, no worse at recording your every move on the web than any other browser."
- Ada Lovelace Day – My Heroines
Sulamita Garcia: "I have many heroes that inspired me to go ahead. Valorie Aurora, Telsa Gwynne, Pia Waugh, Akkanna Peck, Carla Schroeder, so many... but today I would like to talk about two women, who were the most inspiring for me from the beginning. One is a historical figure, other you may not know."
- Transcript: Andrew Tridgell on Patent Defence
ESP Software Patents News: "The following is a transcript of a talk given in New Zealand, 2010. Andrew Tridgell discusses why reading patents is usually a good idea, how to read a patent, and how to work through it with a lawyer to build a solid defence."
- The Alexandria Project, Chap. 10: Good Boy, Carl!
Standards Blog: "�Oh, good morning Agent Cummings! Mr. Marchand would like to speak to you.� The normally sullen receptionist smiled brightly at the handsome young agent."
- Testing the Gnome 2.30 Release Candidate
WorksWithU: "If Gnome developers are to be believed, the desktop of the future arrived last week when the release candidate for Gnome 2.30�which could become Gnome 3.0�was made available."
- Automate DPI Altering With ImageMagick
slonkak: "One of the most mundane tasks I have to perform after a photo shoot is editing the dots per inch (DPI) of the almost-finished photos so that they print at the correct sizes (4x6, 5x7, etc.). This process usually involves me opening each photo, one at a time, and increasing the DPI until I see the print size reach the desired dimensions."
- How and why your full disk encryption isn't as secure as you think
Stealth-x: "If you use full disk encryption, you could be, and most likely are, vunerable to a multitude of attacks that could render your efforts useless."
- Tiny Core Linux 2.10 released
The H Open: "Tiny Core lead developer Robert Shingledecker has announced the availability of version 2.10 of Tiny Core Linux."
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