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Links 1 through 10 of 122 by Jason Brooks tagged linux

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Looking forward to the go-ooo openoffice.org distro -- is this the first Linux distro to ship with that version of OOo?

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Finally, secure real-time scheduling on the Linux desktop can be become a reality. Linux 2.6.25 gained Real-Time Group Scheduling, a feature which allows to limit the amount of CPU time real-time processes and threads may consume.

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An excerpt from a leaked memo -- seems fishy to me, but a see a need for a well-integrated, MS-produced alternative to cygwin.

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Many Linux-embracing orgs. will be reticent about building their infrastructures around Microsoft technology, but with a wholly open source alternative on the horizon in the form of Samba 4, AD may end up being the great directory hope of Linux...

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"I am confident that the future of Linux server administration will rely less on the command line, and that most server admins will use a GUI interface." I agree.

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"I tend to refuse to touch are the "technical" ones, so I've never run Debian, because as far as I'm concerned, the whole and only point of a distribution is to make it easy to install" Ouch -- I think Debian's rather easy to install.

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"You can use the lvdisplay command to make sure the size has increased. You next need to expand the filesystem to fit in the resized logical volume. The command resize2fs /dev/home2/downloads will resize the ext3 filesystem on the logical volume, and you

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