Big Blue is migrating over to Linux internally but it's taking its time, according to an IBM executive speaking at the Linux User and Developer show in London. IBM isn't rushing all of its staff onto open-source software but is embracing Linux in places where it provides genuine business benefits, the company said this week.
In the previous article in this series we looked at ways to secure files and monitor system logs on a Linux server. To finish the series we'll look at security considerations for some important networking tools.
Foreword -- This interview with Murry Shohat, executive director of the Embedded Linux Consortium (ELC), discusses the work the ELC is doing to promote and standardize embedded Linux. It also discusses embedded Linux marketplace matters, technology, and standards organizations.
Brazil's left-leaning federal government is set to adopt free software on a big scale in an effort to save taxpayers billions of dollars and increase independence from multinational suppliers such as Microsoft.
Mozilla 1.7 release candidate 1 has been released.
The Linux Business Directory is an effort to help further the adoption of Linux and Free Source / Open Source software by addressing issues that exist at the organizational and logistical level. By bringing together both sides of the Linux business equation - suppliers and customers - we hope to provide a valuable community resource to enable decision-makers, managers, and IT staff alike to better understand "the big picture" when implementing Linux and FOSS software.
The Australian-led Hibernate free software project has attracted financial backing from a US commercial vendor, in exchange for premium customer service. Gavin King and his colleague Christian Bauer have joined the payroll of JBoss Inc, a software infrastructure company based in Georgia, US. King says selling his expert knowledge of the project he founded 2 1/2 years ago, will help fund the project's ongoing development.
Hard on the heels of the recent revelation about "CoLinux" comes another Windows-on-Linux play: conceptualized and developed by a team of Filipino software engineers, new software presently codenamed "David" promises to provide a platform that would serve as viable alternative to Windows yet would allow Windows apps to run on it seamlessly.
Deploying a GroupWare solution can be a rather complex task. Throw in the open source element, and things can get confusing very quickly. It's important to thoroughly plan the deployment before you begin. In this article, I'll provide a checklist for planning the deployment of open sourced GroupWare, using eGroupWare as an example. Although the specific details apply to eGroupWare, you can easily apply the general planning procedure to any open sourced GroupWare package.
Mark Mitchel officially announced the release of GCC 3.4.0 saying, "this release contains a large number of new features relative to GCC 3.3.3 as well as over 900 fixes for defects in previous releases."
The increasing popularity of open source on the desktop will drive Microsoft to create better products in response, the software giant said Wednesday.
Computer Associates chairman and CEO Sanjay Kumar fell this morning to the spiraling accounting scandal engulfing the company after the board met yesterday to consider what to do about him. Kumar has also stepped down from the board.
Big Blue is migrating over to Linux internally but it's taking its time, according to an IBM executive speaking at the Linux User and Developer show in London
A German court has granted an injunction for an infringement of general public licence (GPL) software. Munich District Court granted the preliminary injunction against Sitecom Germany, in response to a request from the netfilter/iptables project.
The purpose of this article is to give a novice programmer the basic idea of what OOP is, as implemented using PHP. Readers should have a basic knowledge of programming ie what variables are, variable types, basic methods of writing comments, and how to enter code into a text editor.
Broadband and storage chip specialist Marvell has teamed up with network security chip vendor Cavium Networks on a hardware reference design for enterprise wireless LAN (WLAN) switches based on embedded Linux. The design boasts high performance security and centralized management features.