Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope) Daily Build

For those here are the Debian/Ubuntu user.. here is the Daily Build Image for Ubuntu 9.04 – Jaunty Jackalope .. You all can download it here.

The Daily update you can get it from here

Ubuntu Daily Build

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[DIR] Parent Directory - [   ] MD5SUMS 24-Dec-2008 08:18 117 [   ] MD5SUMS-metalink 24-Dec-2008 08:18 127 [   ] MD5SUMS-metalink.gpg 24-Dec-2008 08:18 189 [   ] MD5SUMS.gpg 24-Dec-2008 08:18 189 [   ] jaunty-desktop-amd64.iso 24-Dec-2008 08:17 698M Desktop CD for 64-bit PC (AMD64) computers (standard download) [   ] jaunty-desktop-amd64.list 24-Dec-2008 08:17 3.5K Desktop CD for 64-bit PC (AMD64) computers (file listing) [   ] jaunty-desktop-amd64.manifest 24-Dec-2008 08:04 33K Desktop CD for 64-bit PC (AMD64) computers (contents of live filesystem) [   ] jaunty-desktop-amd64.metalink 24-Dec-2008 08:18 872 [   ] jaunty-desktop-i386.iso 24-Dec-2008 08:18 692M Desktop CD for PC (Intel x86) computers (standard download) [   ] jaunty-desktop-i386.list 24-Dec-2008 08:18 3.5K Desktop CD for PC (Intel x86) computers (file listing) [   ] jaunty-desktop-i386.manifest 24-Dec-2008 07:58 34K Desktop CD for PC (Intel x86) computers (contents of live filesystem) [   ] jaunty-desktop-i386.metalink 24-Dec-2008 08:18 870
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Novell Patch for SLES

For those who are using the SLES.. i got the mail from Novell.. Currently got the 10 patch available now.. but i only for the OS that registed with Novell only

— On Sat, 20/12/08, Novell Patchbuilder Notification <patchbuilder_noreply@novell.com> wrote:
From: Novell Patchbuilder Notification <patchbuilder_noreply@novell.com>
Subject: 19 Dec 2008 Novell Customer Center (10 New Patches)
To: “XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX” <hackers_125@yahoo.com>
Date: Saturday, 20 December, 2008, 7:00 AM

19 Dec 2008 Novell Customer Center (10 New Patches)

Patch Updates

19 Dec 2008

The latest updates to your SUSE Linux Enterprise software are now available. By installing updates regularly, you will keep your operating system at peak performance, remove known security vulnerabilities and software defects, improve stability, and add the newest features and functionality.

To download, simply click the URL(s) that correspond to your version and log in to the Novell download site. You can then install the updates with YaST or your preferred installation tool. Please note: You must have a registered SUSE Linux Enterprise product with upgrade protection in order to access the patch downloads.

  1. Recommended update for kochi-substitute (ppc)
    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (ia64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (x86)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (s390x)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (s390)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (x86-64)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (x86)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (x86)

    • Open Enterprise Server (OES)

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (x86)

    • Linux Point of Service 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (x86-64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9
  2. Security update for flash-player (x86-64)
    • Novell Linux Desktop 9

    Security update for flash-player (x86)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9
  3. Security update for MySQL (s390)
    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (x86-64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (s390x)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (x86-64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Security update for MySQL (x86)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (x86-64)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (x86)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9

    Security update for MySQL (ppc)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (ia64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (s390x)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Security update for MySQL (s390)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Security update for MySQL (ppc)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Security update for MySQL (ia64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Security update for MySQL (x86)

    • Linux Point of Service 9

    Security update for MySQL (x86)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Security update for MySQL (x86-64)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9

    Security update for MySQL (x86)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (x86)

    • Open Enterprise Server (OES)
  4. Recommended update for LAuS (x86)
    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (x86)

    • Open Enterprise Server (OES)

    Recommended update for LAuS (s390x)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (x86)

    • Linux Point of Service 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (s390)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (ppc)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (ia64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (x86-64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (x86-64)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (x86)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9
  5. Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (x86)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (ia64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (ppc)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (s390x)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (s390x)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (ppc)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (ia64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2
  6. Recommended update for kiwi (x86)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Thin Client 10 SP2

    Recommended update for kiwi (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for kiwi (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2
  7. Recommended update for python-pywbem (s390x)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (ia64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (ppc)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (ppc)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (ia64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (s390x)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2
  8. Recommended update for Evolution (s390x)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for Evolution (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for Evolution (ppc)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for Evolution (ia64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for Evolution (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for Evolution (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP2

    Recommended update for Evolution (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP2
  9. Recommended update for ptpd (x86-64)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time 10 SP2

    Recommended update for ptpd (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time 10 SP2
  10. Security update for flash-player (x86-64)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP2

    Security update for flash-player (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP2

OES Linux servers should only be updated by following the instructions in the applicable documentation:

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Freedom Fry — "Happy birthday to GNU"

GNU celebrate the birthday on this September… said Fry

Saw his website Stephen Fry

What is GNU?

GNU is a Unix-like operating system that comes with source code that can be copied, modified, and redistributed. From searchenterpriselinux

The GNU operating system is a complete free software system, upward-compatible with Unix. GNU stands for “GNU’s Not Unix”. Richard Stallman made the Initial Announcement of the GNU Project in September 1983. A longer version called the GNU Manifesto was published in September 1985. It has been translated into several other languages.

The name “GNU” was chosen because it met a few requirements; first, it was a recursive acronym for “GNU’s Not Unix”, second, because it was a real word, and third, it was fun to say (or Sing). From GNU.org

That means this time we all need to change.. try to involve in freedom software os.. Support Linux and Unix OS..

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Debian Celebrate the 15 Years Birthday

Debian Celebrate the 15 Years Birthday. Debian already 15 years exist in Linux World. The Debian just strated on 16 August 1993. I’m still young on that time also don’t know what is Linux. Now the Ubuntu is the most popular Disto base on Debian. Lets go guy, using the Linux and Unix is the best
thing that we all can do….

The Debian Project was officially founded by Ian Murdock on August 16th, 1993. At that time, the whole concept of a “distribution” of Linux was new. Ian intended Debian to be a distribution which would be made openly, in the sprit of Linux and GNU (read his manifesto provided as an appendix to this document for more details). The creation of Debian was sponsored by the FSF’s GNU project for one year (November 1994 to November 1995).

Debian was meant to be carefully and conscientiously put together, and to be maintained and supported with similar care. It started as a small, tightly-knit group of Free Software hackers, and gradually grew to become a large, well-organized community of developers and users.

When it began, Debian was the only distribution that was open for every developer and user to contribute their work. It remains the most significant distributor of Linux that is not a commercial entity. It is the only large project with a constitution, social contract, and policy documents to organize the project. Debian is also the only distribution which is “micro packaged” using detailed dependency information regarding inter-package relationships to ensure system consistency across upgrades.

To achieve and maintain high standards of quality, Debian has adopted an extensive set of policies and procedures for packaging and delivering software. These standards are backed up by tools, automation, and documentation implementing all of Debian’s key elements in an open and visible way.

Source: Ubuntu, Debian

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My Wish List

Completed my self studies on:

Novell Course

  • 3071-SUSE Linux Enterprise Server10 Fundamentals
  • 3072-SUSE Linux Enterprise Server10 Advance Administration
  • 3073-SUSE Linux Enterprise Server10 Advance Admin

Then attend to Novell Certified Linux Professional 10 Fast Track.

Then any Professional Certification

  • : NCLP > NCLE
  • : RHCT > RHCE
  • : CCNA??
  • Good career in Server/Network Field – Vendor/Support or Large Company
  • Continue my studies in Degree – Part Time Classes.
  • Get my own Car and House

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SUSE Tips

How to format/create or delete drive in SUSE


At a terminal prompt, type yast2 disk. Or cmd mode: yast disk

Click Yes at the warning.

Highlight the new device (e.g., sdb or sdc).

Remove existing partitions on the USB hard dive.

Click Delete.

Click Yes to really delete the partition.

Click Continue if prompted to unmount the drive.

Create a new partition on the USB drive.

Click Create.

Click the radio button next to the new device and click OK.

Click OK to create a primary partition.

Click OK.

Click Apply.

Click Finish and continue to format the drive

CD/DVD

eject (to unmount the image)

eject –trayclose (to close the tray)





source: Novell

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Mythbuntu

Another Disto coming out together with the Ubuntu 8.04.
This version look simple and powerful for Multimedia Center.

MythTV is a GPL licensed suite of programs that allow you to build the mythical home media convergence box on your own using Open Source software and operating systems. MythTV is known to work on Linux and Mac OS X (PowerPC and Intel). It does not run on Windows.

Source: Mythbuntu


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