Monthly Archives: September 2011

Deploying the Novell Service Desk appliance

Along with host of new features and capabilities, Novell Service Desk v6.5 also brings with it a new deployment option; the virtual appliance. There’s a lot been written already about virtual appliances, addressing what they are and why they have … Continue reading

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I want my command prompt

Grr As mentioned in another post , I do have Ubuntu runnning as one of the Linux distributions that I use at home.  One of the things I miss from my other Linux install, OpenSuse, is the right click menu … Continue reading

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Novell Service Desk 6.5 — Report builder

Novell Service Desk  6.5 now permits ad-hoc reporting directly within the application in addition to the standard reports and Pentaho Report Designer. This new designer allows customers to develop and share reports with any other role within the system. Anyone … Continue reading

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Integrating ZCM 11.1 with Novell Service Desk 6.5

Novell Service Desk 6.5 brings with it a host of new and exciting features. One of these is the ability to leverage the capabilities of Novell ZENworks Configuration Management bundles from within Novell Service Desks web console. Here’s a straight … Continue reading

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Add latest stable version of firefox to Ubuntu 10

My home computers are a varied lot and are used by different members of the household.  For work, I use a variety of Linux distributions and Windows flavours depending on the role which they play.  One of the Linux distributions … Continue reading

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