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- Western Digital-Hitachi: Consolidating Hard Disk Industry
Wall Street Journal: "Western Digital, which makes hard drives for computers, announced this morning it will buy Hitachi Global Storage Technologies for about $4.3 billion in cash and stock."
- Ubuntu 10.10 Samba Standalone Server With tdbsam Backend
Howtoforge: "This tutorial explains the installation of a Samba fileserver on Ubuntu 10.10 and how to configure it to share files over the SMB protocol as well as how to add users."
- Linux Australia needs to lift its public profile
IT Wire: "A survey conducted by Linux Australia has thrown up one standout conclusion - the organisation is still very low-profile and needs to do some serious self-promotion so that the general public can become aware of its existence."
- Saab IQon and Linux: when Open Source isn't Open, and your car isn't really yours
Stop: "Car maker Saab recently announced that it will use Android, a version for mobile devices of the �Free as in Freedom� Linux operating system, for its in-car entertainment and information system, the IQon. "
- Packt Publishing Believes in Open Source, Donates Over $300K to Projects
OSForge: "Packt today announced that its donations to open source projects have surpassed the $300,000 mark. Following its first donation to the phpMyAdmin project in April 2004, the company has gone on to provide sustained support for over 70 different open source projects."
- Exercise #7: Multiple Field Separators
Bashshell: "Once you start creating awk scripts you will probably want to use them on multiple files and as a result you will require multiple field separators. Field separators are how awk determines where the fields are."
- Fedora 15 Linux hits first alpha, debuts BoxGrinder for cloud
Netstat -vat: "Fedora 15, codenamed 'Lovelock' now has its first alpha milestone available. This is a BIG release for Fedora in that it's the first Fedora of the post Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 era, and oh yeah first with GNOME 3, SystemD and BoxGrinder."
- Gameduino is a DIY, Open Source Game Platform Built on Arduino That's Ridiculously Awesome
Create Digital Motion: "Gameduino is a DIY game platform built on a shield for the Arduino. It's open source hardware (BSD and, for the code, GPL). Okay, that's fairly cool. But what makes this project special is that this inexpensive board (a $50 donation buys you one) has hardware that's capable enough to be interesting, as seen in the video."
- Red Hat should have invested in a BSD
Binary Playhouse: "Well it looks like Red Hat is no longer playing nice. This little tidbit in the RHEL service license was pointed out at LWN:"
- Are Mobile Apps Violating Open Source Licenses?
Linux Planet: "There are a lot of mobile apps that use open source software, but how many of them are in compliance with open source licensing rules? As it turns out, not very many."
- Web Developer School: Working with CSS in Joomla!
HTML Goodies: "Working with CSS in Joomla! can be a bit daunting at first. But like anything new, after you study and learn the different aspects of it, you'll be updating your CSS files with ease."
- Recovering from motherboard failures, and clean computing
Anarchy != Chaos: "When last we left the scene, one server was dead, the desktop dieing. However, ordering two new motherboards was successful. They arrived from Magic Micro quickly and in good order, and it was time to clean things up and make two working machines."
- Start Taming Your Mutt
ServerWatch: "Mutts can be lovable companions, but they still must be trained. The same is true of the Mutt mail client. Out of the proverbial box it's a powerful mail client, but that's nothing compared to what you can do with a well-trained Mutt."
- Of the community, not above the community
OpenSource.com: "Since I've recently been on one of my Tom Sawyer rants again about the lack of humility I see in many community efforts, I thought I'd share a story that might help you visualize the role your organization could play in the communities it belongs to."
- Tracing on Linux
Scott James Remnant: "The Linux tracing APIs are a relatively new addition to the kernel and one of the most powerful new features its gained in a long time. Unfortunately the plethora of terms and names for the system can be confusing, so in this follow-up to my previous post on the proc connector and socket filter, I'll take a look at achieving the same result using tracing and hopefully unravel a little of the mystery along the way."
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