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Canonical has released a virtual appliance for running instances of IBM DB2 database software, the company announced on Wednesday.
on 07/22/2010 – Made popular on 07/22/2010
Canonical, the company behind the popular and free Ubuntu operating system, proudly announced today (July 21st) the immediate availability of a virtual appliance of IBM's DB2 Express-C software for the Ubuntu cloud computing solution. The virtual appliance can run in both public and private cloud configurations. Canonical is also proud to ann...
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Just a short Tutorial today. It’s surprising how many people do not know this. To change the hostname under Linux, open a terminal window. Type the following code.
sudo nano /etc/hosts
and change the text to your new hostname. Changes will take effect on Restart.
Neil Patel is the Technical lead for Ubuntu Netbook Edition and Unity at Canonical Ltd. With the current drawbacks with Gwibber's UI in mind, Neil have created some really good looking Gwibber UI mockups.
Asay's job will be make sure operational activities match up to the company's strategic goals and make sure that day-to-day operations go smoothly. He will also head up Canonical's marketing. Asay is extremely well known and respected in open-source business and technology circles.
The hiring of Linux-savvy and revenue-minded exec-slash-blogger Matt Asay as the new chief operating officer of Canonical looks like a very good and telling move for the Isle of Man- (really London-but-don't-tell-anyone) based company that oversees the growing-by-leaps-bounds-and-all-other-ways Ubuntu Linux distribution and surrounding universe.