State of VoIP in Linux

Linux Unplugged’s Matt Hartley covers voice and video clients for Linux in State of VoIP in Linux.

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Posted in Development, System Administration, Systems Analysis

Leap second warning

Red Hat warns that “The next leap second insertion is scheduled for June 30th, 2015 at 23:59:60 UTC.” Red Hat has further advised that kernel crashes or hangs may occur in out-of-date systems because of this leap second insertion. As a result Red Hat is recommending that system administrators insure that their systems are on the latest kernel update available for the distribution.

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Posted in Security, System Administration

What we have become

The headline says it all, Cisco posts kit to empty houses to dodge NSA chop shops: Kit sent to SmallCo of Nowheresville to avoid NSA interception profiles. If only this were a joke. But it’s not.

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Posted in Editorial, Security

Conflict between php54-mysql and php54-mysqlnd

A new application I was installing wanted the mysqli_fetch_all method, which is available from the mysqlnd native MySQL driver. But yum wouldn’t install it because of a conflict with the already installed original mysql driver package.

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Posted in Development, System Administration, Systems Analysis
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