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The OpenOffice.org project has announced that it will release future releases of the open source office suite under the LGPL3 licence, starting with the beta for OpenOffice.org 3.0.
In the wake of the ISO rejecting Microsoft's OOXML document format as an international standard, Microsoft has launched its Document Interoperability Initiative pledging to work with industry to ensure its document formats remain interchangeable with industry standards.
The Mint Linux team made a final release this week for its community edition distribution, while Mythbuntu and Ubuntu both added new alphas in on the way to Hardy Heron’s release in April.
LXer Feature: 9-Mar-2008
This week in the LXer Weekly Roundup we have, a Linux Powered Mini PC, What is your favorite scripting language?, The latest Mandriva release, Red Hat calls strike one against Microsoft, WaSP gives browsers "fail" grade and How to create a Linux box for your Mom. Plus,Amazon's Linux answer to iTunes is a winner, Linux clocks double-digit growth and real results on the power of the OLPC computers in Astounded in Arahuay
This document describes how to set up a Postfix mail server that is based on virtual users and domains on CentOS 5.1 so that it works with MailScanner and Mailwatch. The resulting system provides a web interface (Mailwatch) where you can manage quarantined emails, train SpamAssassin, edit the white- and blacklist, view configuration files and the detailed MySQL database status.
Just days after the Ballot Resolution meeting in Geneva to decide on Office Open XML as a standard, Microsoft has come out with another interoperability promise. In an ongoing effort to prove to the world that it is serious about interoperability, Microsoft this weekend announced its Document Interoperability Initiative.
Some changes are being made to THE *NIXED REPORT website. The front page is being changed into a portal with four main links. Read on for more details...
pkr utility does rudimentry packet sniffing and will alarm on certain packet errors. It is known to work on the following systems and distributions:
Think you know about all the Linux UMPCs? Can you name all the Linux-based UMPC in this list?
You don’t always see this in the official changelogs but the KDE 4 development is progressing in an extraordinary speed. After a deep look at rev 777000
we are presenting you a new visual review of changes made to KDE 4 during the last couple of weeks, featuring: Amarok updates and new KickOff menu.
I'm starting with the sensorsd.conf and sensorsd man pages. And this page from Calomel.org has some tips on what /etc/sensorsd.conf does, how to start the sensorsd daemon. I'm not holding my breath, but if I could run OpenBSD (or FreeBSD or NetBSD) on my Gateway Solo 1450 laptop with the fan properly managed, I'd love to be dual-booting it with Debian. Debian Lenny note: While many bugs seemingly got fixed in the Epiphany Web browser in Lenny, one new bug unfortunately has crept in.
Welcome to the inaugural edition of the"Linux Product Insider", keeping you on the cutting edge of new products and services in Linux and Open Source.Here is what is new and interesting this week.Panopta's Monitoring& Outage Management Suiteread more
The next major production release of Ubuntu — version 8.04 LTS, codenamed Hardy Heron — will ship with KVM as its virtualization package. This choice is surprising to those of us who have been watching the Xen virtualization package become the darling of Virtual Machine world. So let’s try to make sense out of the KVM virtual machine and this recent choice by Ubuntu.
Open-source pioneer and Novell Vice President Miguel de Icaza Thursday for the first time publicly slammed his company's cross-patent licensing agreement with Microsoft as he defended himself against lack of patent protection for third parties that distribute his company's Moonlight project, which ports Microsoft's Silverlight technology to Linux.
We know our readers are a multifaceted lot, so when crossword puzzle author Myles Mellor offered to create a Linux-themed puzzle for us, we thought at least some of you would enjoy it. You can complete the puzzle online, but you must have Java enabled in order to see it. Let us know what you think with your comments.
I recently returned from a grueling three-week stay in Peru, where I worked with the serious Ministry of Education team entrusted with the country’s 260-thousand laptop OLPC implementation. I wanted to know what the laptops had done for the kids. I told them I’m not a reporter, I don’t answer to the Ministry, and — an important disclaimer for an overpoliticized country like Peru — I don’t pander to bullshit politics. I wanted to hear if they thought the laptops were helping. After looking at me blankly for a good half-minute, Mr. Navarro shot back with “evidentemente”, “obviously”, and palpably left off “you idiot” from the end of the sentence. I appreciated the small courtesy and asked a more specific question: what changed in the 8 months since the laptops arrived?
On the same day as the limited open-source support arriving in the xf86-video-nv driver, NVIDIA's binary display driver for Linux has been updated to officially add support for the GeForce 9600GT graphics card. This new driver update is version 171.06 (Beta) and its only change is the added 9600GT support, but that's compared to the 171.05 driver that was targeted specifically for the Tesla S870.
If you are a social media hound you probably have aFlock: Open Source Social Media Web Browser Flickr Uploader, a web browser chock full of extensions, maybe a Twitter client like Twhirl, and a slew of other tools for interacting on the web. Maybe it’s time to consolidate all these tools into your web browser. That is where Flock comes in it’s a web browser for the collaborative web.
Mozilla's greatest success to date has come from its online efforts with the Firefox web browser. Since at least October of last year they've been working on the Mozilla Prism effort to bring the online experience to the desktop. That effort is taking a major step forward today. Instead of struggling with Mozilla Prism to create a standalone desktop version of a Web app, there is now a point and click browser plugin to do the magic.
Are you a Linux user suffering from iTunes store envy? If so, Amazon has a deal for you. While any good Linux media player, like my own personal favorite Banshee, will let you rip music from CDs, there hasn't been a good source to buy music online for Linux players ... until now.
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