We have a twitter handler where you will get latest updates from us about technology around the Linux and open source. We will keep updating twitter posts on regular basis. Our twitter handler is @linuxnix Please inform your friends, teammates, school friends and others who want to know about Linux and Linux administration to follow us on twitter to get latest updates on Linux, Linux admin tips, Scripting, Security etc. We will post some of the short and simple micro posts using our twitter handle. The home page of our Twitter handle is below.. Do you want to get Linux jobs in India to your inbox? Then follow our Linux jobs twitter handler @linuxnix_jobs As Twitter is blocked in many companies, please try to add our twitter handler when you are in home or free from blocking of sites. Please feel free to contact me directly twitter if you have any queries. It’s good to follow our twitter handler to get news on Linux most of the times....Read More
Month: May 2012
Hi all, We are happy to announce that we refreshed our site look and feel. From here on words the site will be more friendly without any cluttered look. We make it more user-friendly and removed unwanted things such as widgets, links and clutter data. We want to make linuxnix.com a more user-friendly site and load much faster then compared to previous site. Feel free to contact us if you have any issues with the site look. Thanks,...Read More
Redhat announced that they are going to release RHEL7 by second half of 2013 on the occasion of their 10th anniversary of RHEL1 release some 10 years back. Jim Totten, vice president and general manager at Red Hat’s Platform business unit announced this in a webcast. There will be 2000 packages upgraded in this release and more improvements to support many hardware, security, Filesystems and performance. Redhat releases their flagship distro for every 3 years and patches for every 6 months. Here is a quick release dates of all the Versions of RHEL taken from Wikipedia.org Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1 AS (Pensacola), 2002-03-26 Update 1, 2003-02-14 (Release Notes) Update 2, 2003-05-02 (Release Notes) Update 3, 2003-12-19 (Release Notes) Update 4, 2004-04-30 (Release Notes) Update 5, 2004-08-18 (Release Notes) Update 6, 2004-12-13 (Release Notes) Update 7, 2005-04-28 (Release Notes, redhat-release-as-2.1AS-121.src.rpm) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1 ES (Panama), May 2003 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 (Taroon), 2003-10-22. Uses Linux 2.4.21 (Release notes also for updates) Update 1, 2004-01-16 (Release Notes) Update 2, 2004-05-18 (Release Notes) Update 3, 2004-09-03 (Release Notes) Update 4, 2004-12-21 (Release Notes) Update 5, 2005-05-20 (Release Notes) Update 6, 2005-09-28 (Release Notes) Update 7, 2006-03-15 (Release Notes) Update 8, 2006-07-20 (Release Notes) Update 9, 2007-06-15 (Release Notes) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (Nahant), 2005-02-15. Uses Linux kernel 2.6.9-5 4.1, also termed Update 1, 2005-06-09 (kernel 2.6.9-11, Release...Read More
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