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Bob Young has played a key role in building Linux into a household name. In 1993, with Mark Ewing, he co-founded Red Hat and was the CEO of the company for several years. After leaving Red Hat, he started a print-on-demand website called Lulu, where content creators can sell their books, comics, movies, or any other content that can be digitised and sold over the Web. Young also owns the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, a Canadian football league franchise that he purchased in 2003. In this interview with LFY, he talks about Lulu.
Last month we discussed how to set up a highly available cluster of Web servers that are load balanced using nginx. One shortcoming in that set-up was the reverse-proxy server itself, which on crashing, will cause the entire Web server cluster to go down. Therefore, we would need to build high-availability in the reverse-proxy server itself.
Delhi’s first unconference on Mozilla technologies was a grand event with about a 100 campers who came together to share some Mozilla love on February 10. It was an event that attracted technologists and students, with Mozilla’s Seth Bindernagel and Arun Ranganathan around to discuss the future of the Web.
A CLI-based browser? Whatever for? Are you still in the early 90s? You may pose all these questions, but the truth is that Lynx, a CLI-based browser, is the favourite of many.
Last month, we built a server using off-the-shelf hardware. This time, let’s set up some essential server services.
Transifex can be your gateway to translations.
Let’s learn the intricacies of D-Bus and use it to hack some nifty features into programs.
What in the world is the ‘signals’ framework and how can systems programmers make use of it?
As the recession grips more economies and enterprises, it’s the perfect time to adopt the open source business model. We explain why.
With simplicity and stability continuing to be top priorities, Slackware 12.2 doesn’t disappoint.