O'Reilly sub-titles this excellent book, "Beating the 0-Day Vulnerability Threat". But, author Bill McCarty gives readers the best summary of the Linux security model you may ever find.
Paul Andrews of the Seattle Times has used Linux for three years and makes numerous cites from places like Consumer Reports that offers Linux as a Windows alternative.
The Linux Desktop Team at Sun Microsystems has updated Release 2 with numerous patches.
Schwartz appears to include Linux as part of UNIX's bright future.
Two annoyances from the original article resolved.
The JDSHelp Community has added several updated applications plus the LiveCD to the download site.
Project Looking Glass is a GPL 3-D Desktop for Linux. It's working with Fedora, Suse and JDS... What follows is my interview with Hideya Kawahara, creator of Project Looking Glass.
The JDS Linux desktop has had significant success in Asian countries. Now the Japan ministry wants a look.
Desktop Linux is almost soup. We only have a few items left on the short list. Will we do it? If history is an indicator, the answer is yes.
The JDS Community Web Site has provided MySQL 4.17 RPMS to the repository
Ricardo writes a tutorial to help people new to the Linux 3D Desktop called: Mini Dev Doc -- Adding a new application
One of the most successful Linux sites on the Web, Linuxquestions.org reflects the "superb" community support about which we so often read. I caught up with Jeremy Garcia, the founder of Linuxquestions.org, and the result is this interview.
Putting bias aside, interested in a frank discussion? Tom Adelstein knows a lot about Sun and sets out here to give the whole story behind Sun and Red Hat's disagreements.
Author's experience with MSN bot and google research says MSN bot is bombarding open source sites. I kept wondering why my best read articles sunk lower on google and now I believe I know.
Defining the Linux Enterprise Market Place and Why Linux Companies Prosper There. Much discussion exists concerning the presence of GNU/Linux and open source software in the enterprise. Linux users often call into question decisions by major vendors who increase innovation on servers at the expense of the desktop. In this article, we define the market and discuss the business reasons Linux companies pursue the enterprise market while limiting their initiatives for consumers. We also examine possible ways enterprise advances and the community can benefit consumer products.
JDS Community introduces kernel 2.6.8.
gclinux (Ricardo Wagemaker) has written an excellent howto so that you can install Project Looking Glass on JDS.
I hope that people in the GNU/Linux community will give Sun the benefit of the doubt and attempt to understand where they play in the competitive landscape. Room exists for like minded people and if you look deeply, you'll see that JDS serves an important purpose.