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Ohio Linux Fest 2010: Recap

By on Sep 13, 2010 in News

I had an awesome time at Ohio Linux Fest 2010. I met a lot of interesting people, caught several really good talks and had a chance to take the LPIC 101 and 102 tests. It was a great mix of hobbyists, systems administrators and programs and I took it as an opportunity to expand my knowledge on all fronts. First the Keynote by Stormy Peters brought up several...

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Uptime: Does it matter with the modern web service?

By on Sep 7, 2010 in News

Last week Ksplice announced free no-reboot kernels for Fedora which sparked off some interesting conversation about uptime over at the Standalone Sysadmin. Honestly, I ran across Ksplice a while back and I thought to myself, huh that might be useful for a certain niche, I added to a wiki page that I use to track such things and I moved on with my life. When the...

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Petit is Available in Debian Squeeze

By on Jul 19, 2010 in News

Debian Squeeze is in testing and with it Petit is available to be installed through the repository. That means it can be installed easily through apt, like so. apt-get install petit I would like to thank Carl Chenet for helping me get petit into Debian Squeeze. Now I have to work on getting it in...

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Petit is Available in Fedora 13

By on Jun 11, 2010 in News

Fedora 13 is out and with it Petit is available to be installed through the fedora repository. That means it can be installed easily through yum, like so. yum install petit I would like to thank Sandro “red” Mathys for helping me get petit into Fedora 13. Now I have to work on getting it in...

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