HowTo Manage your networked devices using Python and Pexpect
Thursday, October 01 2009 @ 03:51 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
The ldNetManager.py tool gives you the ability to manage your network devices with out having to purchase a product like Cisco's LMS or go through the planning phase of deploying a product like func. Each of the tools I mentioned before, only have the ability to manage devices in their realm. Func supports Linux devices and Cisco LMS supports only Cisco devices.
Friday, September 25 2009 @ 06:45 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
Moovida, Fluendo's latest version of open source media center based on Gstreamer's framework, was launched 4 months ago. To inaugurate our newly published documentation for developers, Fluendo decided to organize a contest in collaboration with Mandriva.
Today Nokia employee Thomas Zander announced in his blog that Nokia will be using KOffice as a base for the office file viewer in Maemo 5. He also sent an email to the KOffice mailing list giving some more details about how this came to be.
"This shows that KOffice has one of the best technical foundations", says Jan Hambrecht, one of the core developers of KOffice. "It is both lightweight, flexible and very fast, which makes it perfect in embedded environments like a smart phone".
Thursday, September 17 2009 @ 06:19 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
Cacti stores all collected information via RRDTool into files called rra. The RRDTool requires some parameters in order to create these rra files. Whenever we want to add a new device or create a new graph, we have to input these parameters. Inputting these parameters manually is flexible, but not very user friendly, and there is always a chance of error. Using templates, we can easily overcome this problem.
Saturday, August 29 2009 @ 11:21 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
Opensourc3 Issue 2 is out. Issue 2 looks at the Open vSwitch project, GlusterFS distributed file system for the Cloud, Distributed Web Architecture, Live Kernel patching with Ksplice and Image vs Package Management.
Thursday, August 27 2009 @ 12:06 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
Boot time has been a hot topic for the past few months in Linux community, either by chip and SSD manufacturers who want to show how fast their hardware can go when software is fixed properly (Moblin fastboot) or even by distributions, mostly on Netbook and OEM, such as various Mandriva Linux based products