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Falcon's Eye: The Making-Over of Nethack  Few games have the staying power of Nethack, yet its interface hasn't strayed from its roguelike roots. Enter Jaakko Peltonen's Falcon's Eye. Gaming author Howard Wen explores the new clothes on a classic game.   [ONLamp.com]

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Cooking with MySQL  Paul DuBois has selected sample recipes from the hundreds you'll find in his book, MySQL Cookbook. In this second article in a three-part series showcasing these recipes, find out how to manage simultaneous AUTO_INCREMENT values, and how to use AUTO_INCREMENT values and related tables.   [ONLamp.com]

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Slinky SliMP3: An Affordable MP3 Stereo Component  With Christmas right around the corner, what does self-respecting geek Nat Torkington want under his tree? A hardware MP3 player that connects to his stereo and his home network. Read on to find out how well he likes it.   [ONLamp.com]

Top Five Open Source Packages for System Administrators  Æleen Frisch, author of the recently released Essential System Administration, 3rd Edition, offers the fourth installment in a five-part series on the most useful and widely applicable open source administrative tools. As the countdown continues this week, we've got number two, Nagios.   [ONLamp.com]

mdadm: A New Tool For Linux Software RAID Management  Derek Vadala, author of Managing RAID with Linux, looks at the new mdadm (multiple devices admin) package, a simple, yet robust way to manage software arrays. In this article, Derek covers installation and mdadm's five major modes of operation.   [Linux DevCenter]

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