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Whats new in ZENworks 10 Configuration Management

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August 5th, 2008

Laurence Pitt sits down with Randy and Dave to discuss whats new in ZENworks 10 Configuration Management.

With the new release of Novell® ZENworks® 10 Configuration Management is now more powerful and flexible while being even easier to use than ever before. If you’re already using ZENworks Configuration Management, prepare to be amazed by the enhancements we have made in platform support, scalability, role-based administration, load balancing, inventory, imaging, content delivery and more. If you’ve never used ZENworks Configuration Management, schedule a demo and prepare to be blown away!


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Baber Amin on Identity Assurance Solution and News from Support

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May 14th, 2007

Baber Amin joins the Open Audio team to talk about kernel Identity Assurance Solution from Novell. Then Randy, Dave and Caitlin take us for a ride on another episode of News from Support.
Time: 39:44
MP3 Size:
13.8 MB

Segment Times

  1. Baber Amin on Identity Assurance Solution: 1:32 – 32:14
  2. News from Support: 32:47 – 39:05

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Greg Kroah-Hartman on Linux Kernel Development and News from Support

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April 26th, 2007

SUSE Labs’ Greg Kroah-Hartman joins the Open Audio team to talk about kernel development, including a beginners how to, and the kernel development hierarchy. Then Randy and Dave are back for another episode of News from Support.
Time: 29:40
MP3 Size:
10.3 MB

Segment Times

  1. Greg Kroah-Hartman on Linux Kernel Development: 4:22 – 17:54
  2. News from Support: 18:17 – 28:21

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AppleTalk Filing Protocol on Linux, News from Support

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April 6th, 2007

Once again, Jason Williams returns yet again, this time bearing fruit. Specifically, Apples. More specifically, news about AppleTalk Filing Protocol (AFP) support on Linux. Then our old pals Randy and Dave are back for another episode of News from Support.
Time: 38:24
MP3 Size:
13.2 MB

Segment Times

  1. Apple Filing Announcement for OES with Jason Williams: 6:12 – 18:07
  2. News from Support: 22:12 – 37:12

Links for this Episode:

News from Support links:

NOA Backstage:

  • Yes, alert listener, Mike the Audio Guy did chime in at one point on this episode.
  • We had not anticipated that Dave Mair would ever change jobs. We fully intend to continue calling the segment News from Support. With a little luck, Randy will stay in his current role for all eternity.

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SLED10 Design and Usability, News from Support

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February 22nd, 2007

Overview
On its initial release, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 (SLED10) met widespread acclaim for it’s smoothly polished look and feel, and some of the interface updates that it introduced to the GNOME desktop. Now with Service Pack 1 targeted for a spring 2007 release, we catch up with the woman in charge of SLED10 usability, Anna Dirks, to find out how her team makes SLED10 so dang sexy. Then we’re off on another wild ride with Dave “Slasher” Mair and Randy “The Tip Master” Goddard in News from Support.
Time: 39:58
MP3 Size:
27.4 MB

Segment Times

  1. SLED10 design and usability: 1:35 – 22:33
  2. News from Support: 22:53 – 36:39

Links for this Episode:

  • Click “More” for the News From Support links

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Using Open Source at Novell, Daylight Saving Time

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February 8th, 2007

Overview
Ted and Erin interview the guys in Novell IS&T to find out how and why they use open source software for running Novell’s business. Then comes News from Support, where we delve into what the upcoming change in Daylight Saving Time may mean to your organization.
Time: 30:38
Size:
21.0 MB

Segment Times

  1. Using Open Source at Novell: 3:12-16:13
  2. News from Support: 17:23-29:34

Links for this Episode:

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Insight: Tools of the Back Line Support Gurus (Winter Shutdown Special Episode)

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January 25th, 2007

Overview
So, how do Randy Goddard and Dave Mair actually help customers troubleshoot ailing servers? The gents from News from Support tell about the tools and techniques that they use to keep customers going.
Time: 11:05
Size:
34.4 MB

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Tip: Consolidating SLES9 going from Physical to Virtual (Winter Shutdown Special Episode)

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January 11th, 2007

Overview
The intrepid Randy Goddard explains how you can migrate a physical SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 system to a Xen-hosted virtual system.
Time: 7:14
Size:
6.63 MB

Notes for this Episode:


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