By RickRamsey-Oracle on Oct 08, 2010
Ducati missed a great opportunity to call the latest upgrade to my favorite sportbike the Ducati 848 Linux Edition. I think Larry needs to make a phone call....
To make up for Ducati's unpardonable slight to the entire Linux community, we've highlighted some Linux technical content on the front page of the OTN Systems Community, but front page headlines have a tendency to change quickly.
So here's a quick summary that you can slide into the map sleeve of your tank bag (or your Stich jacket if you prize function over form):
This page will let you know about Oracle announcements, new resources, community blogs or comments, and anything else related to Oracle Linux. Bookmark it someplace safe.
Forums, Blogs, and Other
- Oracle Linux Forum
- Generic Linux Forum
- Virtual Iron Forum
- Wim Coekaerts Blog
- Sergio's Linux Blog
- Oracle Linux on Twitter
Oracle University offers Linux sysadmin certification based on Enterprise Linux that closely maps to Oracle's Linux training offerings. To become certified, you must demonstrate a high level of proficiency with Enterprise Linux including system administration, networking, and security.
The Unbreakable Linux Network is a community that provides Linux software patches, updates, and fixes, plus information on up2date program and support policies. Only for Linux users with Oracle support subscriptions.
This wiki shows the equivalent command syntax for common administrative tasks in Oracle Solaris 10 and Oracle Enterprise Linux 5 – especially tasks that have tricky syntax or that you frequently need to double-check. Add, complete, and modify entries to make the wiki more useful and accurate. Anyone can read it, but to make changes, first register and then log in.
Other Oracle Linux Resources
- Podcasts by Oracle's Linux Kernel Team
- Linux technical articles published by the Oracle Technology Network
Here's Oracle's announcement about the Oracle Unbreakable Linux Kernel, in case you missed it.
More reviews about the Ducati 848 Linux Edition here: