Over the six months from July 2003, Debian has been the fastest growing Linux distribution according to Bath-based Internet researcher Netcraft.
"For three days, 10 KDE developers and a few others helped deal with a huge amount of interest from the crowd, showing off the latest and greatest in KDE 3.2..."
"ARM announced plans to acquire Triscend, a pioneer in configurable system-on-chip (CSoC) processors and customizable microcontrollers. Founded in 1997, Triscend is a 41-person, privately-held, venture capital-funded company based in Mountain View, Calif. The company's customizable SoC technology is said to offer the flexibility of a field-programmable device but at a price point comparable to an off-the-shelf standard product."
"A community project called Fedora Legacy was also mentioned, but the group hadn't made any releases. That's now changed, as the group has announced its first round of official updates."
"Rick Lehrbaum, founder and editor-in-chief of LinuxDevices.com, will give a noontime keynote address today at a conference in San Jose, Calif., on the state of the embedded Linux market. Lehrbaum's presentation is also available online for the benefit of those unable to attend."
Some freely available open source solutions include postfix (www.postfix.org), qmail (www.qmail.org), or the venerable sendmail (www.sendmail.org, but you need
"The Linux Professional Institute's (LPI's) Linux certification exams are easily accessible and inexpensive; actually, they're free to those who attended LinuxWorld Conference & Expo last week. But they're not easy."
Open-source software proponent Free Standards Group said Thursday that it has released version 2.0 of its Linux development guidelines to the public.
HR 3261 and database protection; KDE 3.2; Just another Microsoft worm; LWN's new server, Top ten web application vulnerabilities, Filesystems in user space; Fixing sleep_on() in 2.6; Module unloading in a reference counted world.
Tadpole has taken its longstanding relationship with Sun technologies a step further, as this family of Linux based laptops is the first to sport a fully
"A new single board computer (SBC) company plans to form around a chewing gum-sized SBC running embedded Linux currently being prepared for market. "Gumstix" plans to launch as a company within two to three weeks, according to sources close to the Gumtix project. Its first board will target wearable, smartphone, and PDA applications."
Jim Elliott, IBM Canada's Linux advocate, said the company will start its formal testing of the enterprise versions for hardware and software certification
"has been awarded top honors by the LinuxWorld Product Excellence Awards, as unveiled at LinuxWorld Conference & Expo® 2004 held last week in New York."
In an effort to break away from proprietary computer systems, the Joint Australian Facility for Ocean Observing Systems (Jafoos) has started rewriting its today announced that the Helix(TM) Player, the first commercial grade,
IT buyers expect spend on Open Source/Linux applications to grow by 2.8% in 2004, according to the NOP World Technology Confidence Barometer. its today announced that the Helix(TM) Player, the first commercial grade,
automation software developer Ensim Corporation (ensim.com) announced on Wednesday that its Ensim Pro and Ensim Basic control panels will support the Red Hat
By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols. The SCO Group Inc. isn't taking the upcoming distributed denial-of-service attacks from the MyDoom worm lying down.
The W32.Novarg.A@mm (MyDoom) virus, which has emerged as an unlikely weapon in the ongoing 'Linux War' between SCO and the open-source community, is set to it one of the first banking systems to run on the open-source platform.
(Nasdaq: CCUR) has begun delivery of version 2.0 of its RedHawk Linux real-time operating system, designed specifically for the AMD Opteron 64-bit processor. GNU-Linux distributor. It might be there already. Novell
Users who want a Red Hat-style distribution free now to use Fedora, which is styled as a "a Red-Hat-sponsored and community-supported open source project