Torque/PBS on Fedora 17 using yum repository.view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – This took me a little while to figure out, so I've decided to post here for anyone interested in getting a single-node batch scheduling system running on Fedora 17 using torque from the fedora repository. These are really just a bunch of notes I took during the process. I have a dual quad-core machine and this just allows me to make use of idle cores. (HowTos)

[all variants] power management without loginview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, I have been trying to understand this with google for a day now, it's time to ask. I don't fully understand how the power management works in ubuntu desktop and it's derivatives. My question is which services influence the computer when no user is logged in but the X environment is loaded? (Hardware)

SMEs doing it tough, but urged to invest in ITview story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Peter DinhamFaced by tough times, Australia’s small to medium sized businesses are still lacking confidence in the economy and have been urged to look at investing more in technology, including cloud-based solutions, as one way to help keep costs down and improve productivity and efficiency. {loadposition peter}New research released today by business management solutions provider, MYO (IT news)

window manager on-the-fly switchingview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – window manager on-the-fly switching... how do you do it?is there some clue as to how to do that for any window manager to any other?i mean, i want to be taught to fish, rather than just get a fish to eat.  right now i want to suss how to switch from scrotwm to clfswm, and that'd be nice to know how to do that... (HowTos)

Installing git with no idea about machine configurationview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a user account on a Linux server (x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu, according to this). It apparently has no package managers in the $PATH (yum, apt-get, pkg, pkg-add, emerge, pacman), and it does not have cc. (edit by the way, this is a shared hosting server. so the tech support people were just following scripts when I tried to ask them for advice. (HowTos)

Students increasingly using LinkedIn for job searchesview story

http://www.itwire.com – Students and recent graduates looking to get into the workforce for the first time are increasingly turning to social and professional networks and sites like LinkedIn in their search for a job and inside information about companies. {loadposition peter}In their search for a job, students are using the networks to research companies, explore trends and, according to a study by LinkedIn, they are (IT news)

SLiM fails to start xfce4 because of some weird dbus errorview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Hi All, thanks for your time and attention.inittab was untouched, it is the same as packaged one.Slim perfectly supports running from DAEMONS, can be confirmed by wiki https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/SLiM#Enabling_SLiMAlso looks like this issue is confirmed for various init styles and display managers.Again, thanks to everyone, waiting for the fix in dbus :-) DiaWorD https://bbs.arch (HowTos)

IT lead does not have a backup, DR plan in writingview story

http://serverfault.com – This is a general management question to IT managers out there. We are a small firm with about 4 servers in our colo cabinent. No full time IT manager. But we do have one person on monthly contract and I am having a terrible time getting him to share what these plans actually are. (HowTos)

ICT jobs market resilient, but salaries remain flatview story

http://www.itwire.com – The Australian ICT job market is steady as she goes and continuing to show resilience despite broader economic uncertainty, according to the latest salary survey from specialist IT & T recruitment firm, Greythorn. {loadposition peter}Greythorn says there are mixed views on market optimism for the year ahead, but it still anticipates the number of new opportunities in the ICT sector will conti (IT news)

"Lite" packages - Offering solutions to more efficient computingview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – After reading this thread, it has come to my attention that there are minimalists out there who strive to find the smallest and most efficient packages out there. Here are some goals to keep in mind.Goals1. Versatility2. Least number of dependencies and space requirements3. Convenience (Will a CLI user like it?)Main goal - Trump the current apps with a more efficent app.General rules1. (HowTos)