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Google sysadmin preaches Debian for software management

Merlin’s platform of choice is Debian GNU/Linux, which he said has the most comprehensive software library available for Linux. Merlin developed ‘getupdates’, a program to keep client software synchronized with a central server. More here

Caught up in the tangle of manually installing and updating software, enterprises can find a tip or two in the open source community’s book on how to streamline the process, according to Google senior system administrator Marc Merlin.

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