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- 6 More of the Best Free Linux Monitoring Tools
LinuxLinks: "Now, let's explore the 6 monitoring tools. For each title we have compiled its own portal page, a full description with an in-depth analysis of its features, screenshots, together with links to relevant resources and reviews."
- Free Software, Creative Commons much harder to emulate in material world
Stop: "...the Free Software and Creative Commons movements have been able to achieve good results just because copyright exists, is more or less the same worldwide AND only cares about immaterial objects. But trying to port the same ideals and methods to manufacturing and other fields, said Wilbank, is much more problematic and may even backfire in some cases."
- 6 Things to Look Forward for in Upcoming Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal
Tech Drive-in: "The next major Ubuntu release cycle is slowly coming alive. Ubuntu 11.04 codenamed Natty Narwhal is going to feature some of Ubuntu's most significant changes ever. All in all, Ubuntu 11.04 is going to be *the* most important release ever as far as Canonical is concerned."
- 10 Free Server Tools Your Organization Needs
ServerWatch: "This list of 10 free, essential tools is an amalgam of tools for all sizes of companies and networks. The range of tools covered here are generally cross-platform (i.e., they run on multiple OSes) but all are extremely useful to the system administrator, network administrator and first-level support personnel."
- FocusWriter is all writing, no distractions
LWN.net: "It's November, and all around the world aspiring novelists (including this reporter) have turned their attention to National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). In the spirit of choosing the right tools for the job, I decided to look for an application more suited to fiction than my trusty Vim, and found FocusWriter."
- Two more utilites for DansGuardian Users
Stubborn Tech Problem Solving: "I reduced the DansGuardian user account and blacklist maintenance hassles with my previous two utilities but while working on whitelisting I found the need for a few more."
- Adafruit Bears Fruit for Microsoft
Das U-Blog: "Several days ago, open-source hardware company Adafruit offered a "bounty" of $3000 for the first person to hack Microsoft's Kinect (formerly Project Natal) device."
- Broken RAID5 you said? Don't use Java anymore. Go with python instead!
Technology FLOSS: "So, you have a broken RAID5 and found the article I wrote for the Free Software Magazine 5 years ago about it and would like to give it a shot. First off: Good luck! You are gonna need it."
- Community Notebook: Kernel News
Linux Pro Magazine: "Chronicler Zack Brown reports on the latest news, views, dilemmas, and developments within the Linux kernel community."
- Implementing the Singleton Pattern in PHP 5
PHPBuilder: "As you probably know, in software engineering there is a set of design patterns that are universally tested, approved and accepted as advanced recipes for programming. One of these patterns is the Singleton design pattern, which is based on the mathematical concept of a singleton (a set with a single element)"
- Ubuntu: Project, Platform, Products
We'll See: "When most people talk about Ubuntu, they usually mean our flagship product, Ubuntu Desktop Edition. Sometimes, they might mean the Ubuntu project, or the community of people who work on it, or various other things."
- Sentinella acts based your system's activity
Sentinella: "Sentinella is a free desktop application that monitors your system activity and, when a condition is met, takes the action that you've chosen."
- Open-source Social Network Diaspora Goes Live
PC World: "Diaspora, a widely anticipated social network site built on open-source code, has cracked open its doors for business today, at least for a handful of invited participants."
- Understanding the Novell Deal (and when we'll learn more)
Standards Blog: "Two days have now passed since Novell announced the high-level terms of its proposed sale, and so far the press has not been able to prize any additional details out of the parties involved. As a result, speculation is rife on several key points, and especially with respect to the 822 patents that Novell proposes to sell to a consortium of companies, only one of which has been disclosed: Microsoft."
- Who owns what in the Novell deal
Cyber Cynic: "We're beginning to see who owns Unix and other intellectual property in the Novell deal. Hint: Microsoft did just fine for itself."
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