For some time, I've been working on adding Plymouth support for our next Mandriva Linux 2010 release, as graphical boot splash and I thought it could be interested to do a recap of the various solutions we used in our distribution over the years.
- Command Line Add Graphs Syntax: Fixes command line syntax help in cli/add_graph.php
- SNMP Invalid Responses: Properly rejects invalid responses from snmp
- Template Import/Export Duplication: Addresses issue when templates are duplicated and then exported. A new command line utility has been added to repair any corrupted templates.
Saturday, August 08 2009 @ 10:26 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
Nagios provides a monitor option to evaluate routers and switches using SNMP, Simple Network Management Protocol. This course will show you how to set up Nagios and specifically how to locate the information you want to monitor with SNMP on a Cisco router. This is a Free Course available to anyone.
Wednesday, August 05 2009 @ 07:46 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
KDE 4.3.0 is out, and it is a great release. It is unlikely that any one specific thing will strike the user as the most noticeable improvement; rather, the overall user experience of KDE has improved greatly in KDE 4.3.0. The release's codename, Caizen, is a Japanese philosophy that focuses on continuous improvement throughout all aspects of life. That has been the goal of the KDE team for 4.3.0: polish, polish, polish. The statistics from the bug tracker speak for themselves: 10,000 bugs have been fixed.
Tuesday, July 14 2009 @ 10:53 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
The nature of the enterprise desktop is changing, and the emphasis now is on instant accessibility, mobility and flexibility - attributes which Linux, on the server, desktop, netbook or mobile device, is well placed to provide
Monday, July 13 2009 @ 10:46 AM CST Contributed by: Linegod
Drizzle is a re-thought and re-worked version of the MySQL kernel designed specifically for high-performance, high-concurrency environments. In this exclusive article, MySQL guru Jeremy Zawodny takes an inside look at the goals and state of Drizzle development.
A new router, designed by one of the creators of ARPANET, manages flows of packets instead of only managing individual packets. The router recognizes packets that are following the first and sends them along faster than if it had to route them as individuals. When overloaded, the router can make better choices of which packets to drop.