Showing all newswire headlines

View by date, instead?

« Previous ( 1 ... 5670 5671 5672 5673 5674 5675 5676 5677 5678 5679 5680 ... 5901 ) Next »

Debian update for flim (DSA-500-1)

  • LWN.net (Posted by dave on May 2, 2004 8:35 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Debian; Story Type: Security

Netwosix update for xchat (NW-2004-0014)

  • LWN.net (Posted by dave on May 2, 2004 8:35 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Security

Netwosix update for samba (NW-2004-0013)

  • LWN.net (Posted by dave on May 2, 2004 8:35 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Security

Mandrake update for proftpd (MDKSA-2004:041)

OpenBSD: 3.5 Released

  • KernelTrap (Posted by dave on May 2, 2004 4:59 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: GNU, HP
OpenBSD 3.5 has been officially released, available for purchase on a 3 CD set that includes builds for the i386, vax, amd64, macppc, sparc, and sparc64 platforms. The release is also available for download from an ftp mirror, including additional builds for the alpha, hppa, hp300, mvme68k, mvme88k, mac68k, and cats platforms. For a fine grained breakdown of fixes and new functionality, refer to the official list of changes made since OpenBSD 3.4.

Java on Linux: State of the Union

  • LinuxWorld.com; By Bill Roth (Posted by dave on May 2, 2004 4:58 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Sun; Story Type: News Story
Linux is making huge gains as the platform of choice for developing and deploying enterprise Java applications. Sun has seen more than 1 million downloads of the Linux version of its latest application server release, and all application server vendors uniformly agree that Linux is a fast growing platform.

Red Hat Linux End of Life

  • Mailing list; By Mark J Cox <mjc@redhat.com> (Posted by dave on May 1, 2004 4:44 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Announcements; Groups: Red Hat
In accordance with our errata support policy, our final Red Hat Linux distribution, Red Hat Linux 9, has now reached end-of-life for errata maintenance. This means that as of today May 1, 2004 we will not be producing new security, bugfix, or enhancement updates for this product.

Sun considers GPL license for Solaris

  • InfoWorld: Platforms; By Robert McMillan (Posted by dave on May 1, 2004 4:16 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Sun
Sun Microsystems Inc. may be selling servers running Linux, but that doesn't mean it is cutting back on the evolution of Solaris. Among its plans, the company is considering offering a free, open source version of its flagship operating system, said Jonathan Schwartz, the company's recently appointed president and chief operating officer.

The open-source alternative

  • InfoWorld: Platforms; By Alan Zeichick (Posted by dave on Apr 30, 2004 10:50 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
You may not need a pricey portal for your project if you're willing to consider open-source options. Don’t make the mistake of thinking you’ll need a pricey portal for your enterprise or departmental project. The big-ticket suites arguably offer larger feature sets and broader support, but they’re by no means the only deal in town.

IBM Goes Open Source on Key Microprocessor

  • Spectrum; By Linda Geppert (Posted by dave on Apr 30, 2004 8:17 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: IBM
In the battle between the free, open-source operating system Linux and proprietary operating systems, IBM Corp. has emerged as Linux’s champion. Now, seeming to take a lesson from its experience with open-source software, the company has decided to make its premier processor architecture, dubbed Power and used as the brains inside many IBM servers and supercomputers as well as Apple Computer Inc.’s Macintosh PCs, into an open-source technology.

African open source projects gather steam

  • InfoWorld: Platforms; By John Yarney (Posted by dave on Apr 30, 2004 7:09 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
South African developers have made headway on a number of open-source projects, including an upgrade to a new version of Linux. Developers in South Africa have installed the firewall component of the next version of a variant of Linux, called Impi 2, in a high-profile installation within the country, as the beta testing cycle for the software gets under way, according to the head of the project, Ross Addis. Addis would not make the installation public for security reasons.

JBoss's Fleury: The 'benevolent dictator' is good for Java

  • InfoWorld: Platforms; By Paul Krill (Posted by dave on Apr 30, 2004 7:08 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: JBoss, Sun
JBoss is best-known as the provider of the JBoss open source application server, and it has also been known for having disagreements with Sun about licensing of Java test suites. But those disagreements were resolved in 2003. InfoWorld Editor at Large Paul Krill met with JBoss CEO and Founder Marc Fleury during the?J2EE 1.4 Kickoff Event? earlier this week in San Francisco to discuss the company and open source issues.

"Open-Sourcing Java Could Promote Interoperability," Says James Gosling

  • LinuxWorld.com (Posted by dave on Apr 30, 2004 3:51 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Sun; Story Type: News Story
"Carefully done, open-sourcing [Java] could actually promote interoperability by making it easier for disparate groups to align behind one code base," writes Sun's James Gosling, writing in his widely read blog today.

Red Hat update for OpenOffice (RHSA-2004:163-01)

Red Hat update for mc (RHSA-2004:173-01)

Red Hat update for libpng (RHSA-2004:181-01)

Report: Dell Takes More Steps into Linux

Dell, a long-time member of the Wintel camp, has started taking more steps into Linux, often hand-in-hand with various software partners. Outside of splashier deals with the likes of Red Hat, Oracle, and SAP in North America, Dell' has more quietly started selling SUSE Linux and Red Flag distributions on other continents.

Red Hat update for utempter (RHSA-2004:175-01)

Trustix update for libpng (TSLSA-2004-0025)

OpenPKG update for proftpd (OpenPKG-SA-2004.018)

« Previous ( 1 ... 5670 5671 5672 5673 5674 5675 5676 5677 5678 5679 5680 ... 5901 ) Next »