Enterprise Linux Log:

July, 2007


July 16, 2007  11:52 AM

HP earns EAL 4 certification on Linux



Posted by: ITKE
HP, Red Hat, Security

Today HP execs wrote to tell us that their company has been awarded a top international Linux security certification. The certification, called the Evaluation Assurance Level 4 (EAL4+) Common Criteria security certification for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, applies to HP servers, workstations and...

July 12, 2007  3:29 PM

Linux application server landscape shifts, but still beats proprietary software



Posted by: ITKE
Enterprise applications for Linux, Systems Management

We're working on another series at SearchEnterpriseLinux.com: application servers! We want to know what's new, what people are using, and why. We want to get the bottom of how things have changed over the past few years because, basically, a few years in technology is like 10 years to everyone...


July 12, 2007  10:22 AM

Oracle 11g will be made available first on Linux



Posted by: ITKE
Oracle Linux

Oracle made some news within news yesterday during its webcast for the launch of Oracle 11g. The official unveiling of 11g would have been more than enough to garner some headlines, but Oracle took things a step farther. During a Q&A following the event we discovered that 11g would come out...


July 11, 2007  12:01 PM

Optaros launches online open source project guide



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Open source applications

In January, SearchEnterpriselinux.com wrote about Optaros' open source project guide, called the Open Source Catalogue 2007. At the time, the catalogue was a tome of information about the...


July 10, 2007  11:06 PM

22 super-useful Linux command line tools: IT pros’ choices



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Linux basics, tips

Our readers and experts helped us create our first guide to the 50 most-used Linux command line tools. This wildly popular guide needs updating, so we asked our inner circle to pitch in again. First...


July 9, 2007  2:08 PM

NY Metro POWER-AIX/Linux Users Group



Posted by: ITKE
Ken Milberg, Linux basics, Linux blogs and news

Just wanted to let everyone out there know about our inagurual meeting of the NY Metro POWER-AIX/Linux Users Group. The meeting will be this Thursday July 12th at the Future Tech Solutions Center in Holbrook NY. For more information or to register, click on


July 9, 2007  12:20 PM

Jeremy Allison: Samba team to adopt GPLv3



Posted by: ITKE
Legal, licensing issues, Samba

A letter from Samba contributor Jeremy Allison confirmed today that the Samba Team has decided to adopt the GPLv3 and LGPLv3 licenses for all future releases of Samba. The GPLv3 is the updated version of the GPLv2 license under which Samba is currently distributed. Over the course of the past year...


July 9, 2007  8:52 AM

Dell now sells campy humor, and Linux too



Posted by: ITKE
Dell, Hardware issues

[kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/g6UWUTCeRaI" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /]Apparently this link is being provided by Dell at their Direct2Dell website ... ... ...


July 9, 2007  8:07 AM

Linux 2.6.22 kernel released (architectural changes edition)



Posted by: ITKE
kernel news, Linux kernel

The latest stable version of the Linux kernel dropped over the weekend. Linus Torvalds had this to say in the kernel mailing list:

Not a whole lot of changes since -rc7: some small architecture changes (ppc, mips, blackfin), and most of...


July 3, 2007  12:27 PM

Linux development increases 34% since 2006



Posted by: ITKE
Linux blogs and news, Microsoft, Windows

A survey of developers and IT managers in North America found that the number of developers targeting Linux for their server- and client-side applications increased by 34% over the past year. The Evans Data Spring 2007 North American Development survey of more than 400 IT decision makers also...


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