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There is a shift happening in my IT department. The new head of the department wants us to start using Project Management Institute concepts and frameworks (none of us have been educated in this methodology). I decided to dig around and see if I could find some good starting points in the form of Excel format spreadsheets that I can use to manage my projects (and those of the people I have been put in charge of managing). I found one file from Microsoft, but it was for MS Project. Looking around for Free/Open software that would open this, I found OpenProj (which appears to be dead. Which is now ProjectLibre which only comes in RPM format as far as I can tell. I need something that will work in Linux and Windows for my non-technical IT staff Hmmm... it looks like SourceForge detects the platform you are coming from. It's an MSI from a Windows box.) and TaskJuggler (which is good for someone like me but terrible for the people I work with both above and below me). I also have used DotProject in the past, but this new department head loathes the idea of having servers in house running free/open software that "has to be backed up and maintained" (don't ask). Outside of those three, I really haven't been able to find any other free/open alternatives to MS Project and the last thing I want to do is work with an MS product that would further stick me in the Windows world. I've been lucky up to now in that I've been free to use Linux on the desktop for over a decade to get everything done. In the past year I've had to add a Windows machine in my office to use the various applications (virtualization just doesn't work well enough for some of the crap I have to do these days) that are being thrust upon me. I'm not in a position where I can look for another job right now as the Linux market in the Cleveland area (can't move) sucks. So I need to survive this transition. Am I tilting at windmills trying to find either a spreadsheet that follows PMI or free/open software that non-technical IT users can easily use without a server component? EDIT: Well I might look into ProjectLibre at this point. submitted by eno2001 [link] [1 comment]

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Many Redhat experienced people on here? Also, can anybody recommend any free resources for some training? Many thanks submitted by saj1011 [link] [1 comment]

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I am currently learning how to set up multiple servers that have the exact same content (for example if server A goes down, I can have server B instantly take it's place). My setup is like this: Server0 that only redirects requests to other servers (users will be connecting to this one) Server1 (this is the "master") Server2 has exactly same data as Server1 (mysql is master-master, www files sync is done via btsync) Now I have a slight problem. I'm not sure how to redirect users from server0 to either server1 or server2, I tried using iptables but I had some problems with it updating and working the way I wanted it to work. My question is: what am I doing wrong (if I am, I suppose I am) and how should this kind of setup be done. I'll try to explain better if someone didn't understand a word I just said. Thanks in advance. submitted by 0huehuehue [link] [3 comments]

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Hi there, I very like the way Prezi empowers me to present and structure my thoughts on the canvas in a very free way without little limitations. Yet I would like to support open-source alternatives. Do you know any open-source alternatives to Prezi, that at best, offer a hosted solution same as Prezi? I would prefer to not having to host it myself, yet being able to access the software online. Alternatively, please also name any offline alternatives that are similar to Prezi. Thanks for your thoughts! submitted by orschiro [link] [comment]

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