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Links 1 through 10 of 19 by Jason Brooks tagged eweek

Apple's newest Mac OS X revision has hit the streets, boasting an advertised 300 new features. Is the latest big cat out of Cupertino worthy? Based on our first few hours with Leopard, the new OS shows promise.

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"Install Gecko on an external card reader, located in the smokers' corner, say, where there's a lot of employees coming and going after they get their nicotine fix. Install it, record data from a bunch of cards, come back, read the data out, and program p

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SolarWinds, a successful network management tools provider that few have heard of, will stop flying under the radar May 21 at Interop when it launches the latest release of its Engineer's Toolset and announces the acquisition of Neon Software.

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eWEEK's tagged output of the past several years.

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My fairly negative review of Mandriva Corporate Server 4: I read several stories in which Mandriva touted its support of VMware, Xen and OpenVZ, but after testing for myself I was rather disappointed.

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My perhaps too snarky take on the Novell/MS deal -- I'm basically waiting to see the pair put some meat on the bones of this arrangement. I don't see how it benefits Microsoft, so I'm not sure how motivated MS will be to make things happen.

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My review of Fedora Core 6 -- FC6 impressed me with its new tools for Xen and SElinux. I think Fedora makes a good client or server, but I still prefer the software story around Debian and Ubuntu.

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Thoughts on Ubuntu's update snafu

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