Enterprise Linux Log:

June, 2007


June 11, 2007  9:25 AM

Parsing patent promises



Posted by: ITKE
Legal, licensing issues, Linux versus Windows

A column at the New York Times keeps the Linux patent debate in the spotlight for one more day...

What a difference 16 years makes....

June 7, 2007  7:21 PM

Fedora 7 Xen First Look



Posted by: ITKE
Red Hat, Virtualization

Having spent a few days with Fedora 7, I have found that, while still a bit buggy, the updated Xen tools show some real promise. The Good The new version of...


June 7, 2007  10:45 AM

Alienation Nation: Is the GPL turning off developers?



Posted by: ITKE
Legal, licensing issues, Uncategorized

Slashdot commenter captnitrino:

My drive is in writing code, and being able to look at other code that has what I want, plain and simple. In that sense, the GPL made it easy to do those two things: all...


June 7, 2007  10:23 AM

Installing VMware Server on Fedora 7



Posted by: ITKE
Fedora Linux, Virtualization

Fedora 7 just launched the other day, so let's throw up a handy tip for installing VMware Server, shall we? HowtoForge's into on the install:

This tutorial...


June 6, 2007  10:04 AM

Slashdot readers dish out SELinux advice



Posted by: ITKE
Oracle Linux, Red Hat, Security, SELinux

225_selinux.jpgThere's some cool commentary going on


June 5, 2007  12:46 PM

The future of Linux: Microsoft?!



Posted by: ITKE
Linux versus Windows

While the Linux blogosphere stews over Xandros' apparent defection to the dark side of the force, ZDNet blogger Ed Burnette waxes cynically on the future of Linux:

One by one, free and open source software providers are signing...


June 4, 2007  10:42 AM

2007: Year of the Linux ‘patent covenant?’



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Linux versus Windows, Microsoft, SUSE/Novell

MORE UPDATES (o6/07/07): ComputerWorld is reporting this morning that LG has also jumped on board with Microsoft for...

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