Linux-ready plug-in enables IPv6 traffic over IPv4 nets (Linux Devices)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – Access subsidiary IP Infusion announced a new Linux-ready “stateless tunneling” product that enables the coexistence of IPv4 and IPv6 networks. (more here…) (General)

Newegg selling ASUS Eee Box with Red Flag Linux pre-installed (Engadget)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – Well, Newegg just seems to be full of surprises these days. The latest example is this ASUS Eee Box (model EBXB202-BLK-E0037), which wouldn’t be so remarkable if not for the fact that it comes pre-installed with the Chinese Linux distribution, Red Flag Linux. (General)

Nvidia Pulls Linux, BSD, Solaris Drivers Due to Bug (Tom’s Hardware)view story

http://linuxbizz.com – More drivers have popped up with the mysterious overheating bug, this time affecting Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris systems. FreeBSD - Linux - Berkeley Software Distribution - Operating system - Unix (General)

Gettin decent hw info from box that fits A4 pageview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi folks, right now I'm going through all the stuff that pilled up in my basement and trying to get an overview. What I like to acomplish is an A4 page that lists the hardware for each individual box. Skimming the net I found some nice progs to get a listing of installed hardware. But to be honest its to deep and will not fit one page. The progs I used so fare are (HowTos)

disk image starting at a specific inode?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi, I deleted some files on the command line and would like to learn if it's possible to recover them. It's not a terrible thing if they are gone, but I want to see what I can do. The server is configured as a hardware RAID5+1 (ext3, Debian Stable) and I *really* don't want to take a dd of the entire disk. (HowTos)

LPIC-1: Linux Professional Institute Certification Study Guide:view story

http://i486.net – (General)

Slow Internet / Network in general 11.2view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Hi, a week ago i switched from 11.1 to 11.2. Since then i can not really surf the web :/ its **** slow. First i thought it could refer to the router but no other system connected to the router is that slow. I read several threads facing these problems but disabling ipv6 and traditional network setup did not fix it. I even tried different kernels but always slow :( (Distributions)

LXer: Distributed Replicated Storage Across Four Nodes With GlusterFS On Fedora 12view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: (HowTos)

Asus unveils Eee 1005PR netbook with Broadcom HD decoderview story

http://apcmag.com – Asus Eee 1005PR gets hardware video acceleration from Broadcom. (IT news)

Updating Linux Device Driversview story

http://i486.net – var AdBrite_Title_Color = '0000FF'; var AdBrite_Text_Color = '000000'; var AdBrite_Background_Color = 'FFFFFF'; var AdBrite_Border_Color = 'CCCCCC'; var AdBrite_URL_Color = '008000'; try{var AdBrite_Iframe=window.top!=window.self?2:1;var AdBrite_Referrer=document.referrer==''?document.location:document.referrer;AdBrite_Referrer=encodeURIComponent(AdBrite_Referrer);}catch(e){var AdBrite_Iframe='' (General)