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- Connecting Open Office Base Appliction to SQL
Linux Journal: "In this article, I'm going to discuss mitigating one of Base's major weaknesses by connecting it to an external SQL back-end."
- Linux Server Fix: Backspacing on OSX Terminal Should Not Be Interpreted as Delete
Serverwatch: "I have accounts on a number of Linux machines that I ssh into from my MacBook, using Terminal. On some -- but not all -- of them, I've found that if I run screen after connection, the backspace key is interpreted as a delete..."
- Emacs & the birth of the GPL
The H Open: "Don't get set into one form, adapt it and build your own, and let it grow, be like Emacs. Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless - like Emacs."
- 5 most common and useful commands/tools for Linux administrators
Linux Admin Zone: "Here I am just trying to figure out 5 of such useful tools which are used by a normal Linux administrator in day to day operations."
- NoSQL CouchDB Getting Stable with New Release
Database Journal: "The open source Apache CouchDB database project hit a major milestone this week with the release of version 0.11. The release is an important one for the NoSQL database variant as it matures toward its 1.0 release."
- Enterprise cloud put to the test
Network World: "In this first-of-its-kind test, we invited cloud vendors to provide us with 20 CPUs that would be used for five instances of Windows 2008 Server and five instances of Red Hat Enterprise Linux – two CPUs per instance. We also asked for a 40GB internal or SAN/iSCSI disk connection, and 1Mbps of bandwidth from our test site to the cloud provider."
- Three things the iPad is, and isn't
Cyber Cynic: "I've been playing with the iPad for a while now, and I quite like it. But, I've also noticed that there's a lot of misconceptions about what the iPad is, and isn't."
- Refreshingly New Miro 3 for Ubuntu - Installation Made Easy
Tech Drive-In: "Miro 3 is released! For starters, Miro is widely popular open source internet television application. Miro can automatically download videos from RSS-based channels, manage them and play them."
- The Alexandria Project, Chap. 12: Now You See Me (Now You Don't!)
Standards Blog: "Frank was leaning back in his cubicle chair, feet up on his desktop. That way he could keep an eye on Carl Cumming’s office down the corridor. The guy must have the bladder of a camel, he thought. Wouldn’t he ever need to relieve himself?"
- IE Extends Its Slide in March; Other Browsers Gain
Datamation: "Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) browser lost nearly a percentage point in market share in March, according to the latest statistics from Web analytics firm Net Applications."
- Linux: Memory Compaction
Kernel Trap: "Mel Gorman posted the seventh version of his Memory Compaction patches asking, "are there any further obstacles to merging?""
- Groklaw: Now What?
Groklaw: "I confess I have been cracking myself up this time by reading old Rob Enderle, Paul Murphy, and Maureen O'Gara articles I had saved from the early days, each predicting solemnly Linux's doom. I can't tell you how much *more* fun it is to read them now than when they first showed up in 2003 and 2004"
- Everything I Ever Needed to Know About Being a System Admin, I Learned from Superman
Linux.com: "A few days ago, a copy of Action Comics No. 1 sold for about $1.5 million. What makes a 72-year old comic worth seven figures? More importantly, what can system administrators learn from a guy who's been wearing tights and a cape for more than seventy years?"
- Songbird drops Linux support
The H open: "The developers of Songbird, the open source and cross platform media player, have announced they are dropping Linux support."
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