What the heck is DNSSEC? This article does a darn good job of explaining it. If your company isn't using it might be time to get it roll-out. When you can this is a great way to secure your DNS and still let users work.
According to this article we found, meetings are starting to happen and people are trying to move towards a common Application Installer. So their could be the end of the "My package manager is better than yours is" debates? Well it's a bit early to tell but it does sound like the big distros are talking about settling on a common package format. If they do go forward with this we can only hope that it's adoption moves faster than LSB(Linux Standards Base). It would definitely go a long way to help adoption of Linux as a platform. For instance, only seeing one line on download pages like Windows and Mac have would help newbies or people thinking about trying linux be less afraid. When you can create app stores that only have to carry one type of package they become a lot easier to create. We here at linuxinstall.net hope that every linux install will get easier over time.
What do you think? What problems will one package format have? What hidden benefits are there? What hidden problems?
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Can you believe we have managed to keep this up for 40 episodes?
Virtual Box 4.0 is release cool early review
Fedora Project Hacked
Turnkey Linux takes it to 11 with Ubuntu 10.4 LTS
3) Topic of the night... Puppet RULES!!!
We wrote up a review and introduction of Puppet
Then we got to interview Luke Kanies the Founder and Puppet Master at Puppet Labs. (Check out another interview of Luke with Leo and Randall on FLOSS Weekly did back in November 2009)
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