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Building an iPrint Cluster Using Heartbeat and OES Linux



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March 30, 2007 8:23 pm

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Novell’s Jerry Griffis shares a solution he used to cluster iPrint on OES Linux. Script examples are included.

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Saving NDPS Database Prior to Downing/Reloading the NDPS Manager



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March 30, 2007 8:20 pm

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Bryan Keadle shares a tip on how to backup any changes you make during the day to NDPS/iPrint so you won’t lose them in case the database is corrupted.

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Enabling the Debug Options in TSAFS on NetWare



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March 30, 2007 6:16 pm

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Dean Giles explains how to put TSAFS in debug mode on NetWare so you can get a debug log.

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Getting Integrated with Linux – Part 3

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March 30, 2007 3:29 pm

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Here’s the latest in a series of Novell Connection articles on Linux Integration. In Part 3 you’ll learn about iPrint Migration and installing and configuring iFolder 3.2.

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Run Bash Scripts from the PXE Menu



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March 29, 2007 1:14 pm

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Would you like to run your own bash scripts from the Preboot Services (PXE) Menu? Novell provides all of the tools you need. Art Flores provides all the details of how to do it.

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Happy Birthday ODF Alliance



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March 29, 2007 11:49 am

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It’s a few days late, but happy first birthday to the ODF Alliance. The Alliance was formed last March (Novell is a founding member) with the goal of encouraging the adoption of the ODF document format by governments and public sector organizations worldwide. In a press release put out on Tuesday, the Alliance highlighted some …

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Novell position on GPL3 draft



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March 28, 2007 9:21 am

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The Free Software Foundation has published today a third draft of the GPL3 license. The FSF had indicated leading up to this draft that it would be addressing some concerns it had with the Novell-Microsoft agreements in the draft. Here’s Novell’s position on the new draft: We will continue to distribute Linux. Nothing in this …

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Welcome to the Future



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March 28, 2007 8:14 am

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Microsoft Management Summit

A few of my Novell friends are out in San Diego this week representing Novell at the Microsoft Management Summit 2007, great to have Novell represented at such an event. As Jeff Jaffe mentioned in the Monday keynote at BrainShare “With ZENworks Configuration Management, our aspiration is to be the best manager for Vista desktops”, we just need the world to know.

With ZENworks Configuration Management it’s going to be a lot more easy to attract non-Novell customers to consider using ZENworks as their management solution for Vista, the fact that we can hook up with Active Directory directly without doing any schema extensions in AD makes user based application management in an AD environment a piece of cake.

The amount of customers planning a full roll-out of Vista within the next few months seems to be limited, however several customers and partners are evaluating Vista as a potential platform for the future. Together with their evaluation of Vista, customers and partners will also be looking at the management products available and will try to determine what is the right tool to manage Vista, so the right time to get in to new customers with ZENworks (but yes, that’s the same our competition will think ;-) ).

It’s going to be an interesting year for ZENworks….

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For Mono fans – Miguel de Icaza interview



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March 28, 2007 8:04 am

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There’s a good interview between Miguel de Icaza and Andreas Proschofsky of the Austrian publication der Standard up on the web. In it, Miguel details current work on Mono, and where the project is headed. It’s a must read for folks interested in Mono, the Novell-sponsored open source project to develop software to run .NET …

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For the people that didn’t get to BrainShare



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March 27, 2007 3:59 pm

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The people that have been at BrainShare must have seen some ZENworks, somehow it seemed to be all over, the demo’s during the keynotes and the many sessions, but also at T-shirts, your lunch tray, the elevator door, etc.

For those people that couldn’t get to BrainShare (you’ve missed something) and would like to know a little more about the new ZENworks Configuration Management, have a look at this article in Novell Connection Magazine (yes, the BrainShare attendees had this in their bag). A nice introduction to “The Next Generation of ZENworks”.

In the same release of Novell Connection Magazine you’ll also find an article from Mark Schouls regarding the deployment of Vista using the Next Generation ZENworks, interesting info…

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