How the VAR-Vendor Relationship is Like a Marriageview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – In many ways the evolution of a vendor-VAR relationship mirrors the evolution of a long-term personal relationship. And like any committed relationship, each phase has its own characteristics and challenges. Are your vendors treating your relationship with the amount of respect and commitment it deserves? (IT news)

Some commands not logged in pacctview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi, Examining the Debian Linux logfiles, I found out that not all commands are logged in my pacct (/var/log/account/pacct) For instance, if I run and stop Wireshark and do after that # lastcomm | grep "wireshark" The wireshark command is logged as expected. Code: # lastcomm | grep "wireshark" wireshark            X user  pts/4&nbsp (HowTos)

US Government decides to leave key Internet governance role with ICANNview story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Stuart CornerThe US Government has awarded ICANN a new contract to manage the Internet, ending six months of uncertainty after it refused to renew the previous contract, instead opting to give ICANN only a six month extension. {loadposition stuart} Under the contract, awarded by the US Department of Commerce's National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), ICANN wi (IT news)

VMware’s CIPP All-In on Partner Servicesview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – Virtualization kingpin VMware (NYSE: VMW) quietly rolled out a new Consulting and Integration Partner Program (CIPP) a few weeks ago — so noiselessly that it went largely unnoticed. (IT news)

ultrabooks: form over functionview story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Dexter EugenioJust on the weekend one of the country’s leading retailers boasted a sale proclaiming “$500 off all Ultrabooks!” Now having just bought a “regular” laptop last week (incidentally whilst shopping for an Ultrabook) my buyer’s remorse quickly set in. Did I make the right decision? {loadposition dex}Of course I did! Ultrabooks are gorgeous things. (IT news)

Is there an easy way to migrate from thunderbird to evolution?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I want to be able to use the calendar evolution: the calendar in Thunderbird is a plugin (Lightning) and from time to time when Thunderbird receives a new update, Lightning does not always update automatically as well. So I wanted to have it native in GNOME. Can anyone explain to me how to do this? (HowTos)

Commit Digest: Issue 195view story

http://blogs.gnome.org – This week… 1816 commits, in 178 projects, by 214 happy hackers (and 243 were translation commits). Emmanuele Bassi added a JsonValue type to json-glib, lighter than GValue. Brian Cameron updated gdm to reload config on SIGHUP. Emmanuel Pacaud added rotate and flip buttons to aravis viewer. Bertrand Lorentz switched Banshee to use Last.fm 2.0 API for scrobbling. Cosimo Cecchi added support for Go (Software)

Free RAM disappears - Memory leak?view story

http://askubuntu.com – On a fresh started system, free reports about 1.5G used RAM (8G RAM alltogether, Ubuntu 12.04 with lightdm and plasma desktop, one konsole window started). Having the apps running I use, it still consumes not more than 2G. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] ClamAV-daemon 0.96.5 start - segmentation faultview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I was running clamav daemon on Ubuntu 10.04 for many months and then I did an apt-get update followed by an upgrade recently. I cannot be sure if the clamav updates caused it, but now the daemon will not start. I get Segmentation fault when trying to run: sudo /etc/init.d/clamav-daemon start. (Hardware)

Microsoft's original Surface reborn as Samsung SUR40view story

http://www.itwire.com – Samsung has released in Australia the SUR40: a large LED display fitted into a table and equipped with sensing technology backed by Microsoft software that enables the development of a huge range of interactive graphics-based applications. {loadposition stuart}Samsung also demonstrated a range of Australian developed applications for the product. (IT news)