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Pan - a feature-rich newsreader for Linux

If you still visit Usenet or occasionally participate in its discussions and newsgroups, you can get by with Linux newsgroup readers that are integrated into browsers or email clients such as Thunderbird, Evolution, and the Opera Web browser. But if you're an advanced user who wants a more feature-rich newsreader, you need Pan.

Retiring the sparc32 port

For the last couple of years the sparc32 port did not have an active upstream maintainer, so the task of kernel maintenance has been shifted on to the developers and contributors, working on Debian's sparc port. It was suggested that support for it should be dropped in the next Debian's release. While there were a few objections, nobody stepped up to the plate and volunteered to become a new sparc32 maintainer. Thus, the only option we have at this point is to officially declare that lenny will not include support for sparc32 hardware.

Open News Podcast Episode 20 Released

This week on Open News Intel And OLPC Join Forces, Open Source Adoption In Italy And Japan, Flash For Linux Vulnerabilities, A new Scheduler For The Linux Kernel, Easy TV To Replace Zap2it, BBC Gets An Ear Full From Open Source Users, GnuCash 2.2.0 release and Wine-Doors.

Open XML Suffers a Setback on the Road to ISO Ratification

A U.S. vote on whether or not to support the application for ISO approval failed to pass.

Firefox eats into IE share in Europe

A recent report showed that Firefox now accounts for almost 28% of the European browser market while Internet Explorer's dominance is begin to wane with 66.5%. XiTi monitor reported that behind these two browsers were Opera, Safari and Netscape, with 3.5%, 1.7% and 0.3% respectively.

Software Freedom Day 2007 - Bigger than ever!

September 15th marks Software Freedom Day, the world's largest celebration and outreach effort about why transparent and sustainable technologies like Free & Open Source Software are so important. Community groups in more than 80 countries organise local activities and programs on Software Freedom Day to educate the wider public about free software: what it is, how it works and its relationship to human rights and sustainability. We already have over 140 teams around the world registered: join them in spreading the word! Registrations for Software Freedom Day teams that want to receive a free SFD team pack close in two weeks, so register now!

System logging explained in Linux

  • linuxhelp.blogspot.com (Posted by dsTst on Jul 18, 2007 12:47 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
In linux, a variety of log files are maintained. And its understanding is often vital for troubleshooting system problems. This article explains the different log files maintained in Linux and how to make good use of them.

Installing The PHP-MemCache Module On CentOS 5.0

  • HowtoForge; By Tim Haselaars (Posted by falko on Jul 18, 2007 12:00 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: PHP, Red Hat
MemCached is a high-performance, distributed memory object caching system, generic in nature, but intended for use in speeding up dynamic web applications by alleviating database load. In this article I explain how you can very easily install it and make it avaible in PHP.

Web 2.0 shows its data muscle

Mashups are, of course, the "new black" in the world of web services, but building them does mean getting access to data on different databases and services - and that can sometimes be a bit of a problem. So a web server that is aimed at making that task a great deal easier may be worth a look. That is one of the main claims being made for Version 2 of Sri Lanka-based WSO2's Web Services Application Server (WSAS). The company claims it is the first to feature data services that easily tap relational databases for mashups, together with Eclipse integration to let developers work directly in the IDE, and the first clustering available on a web services server.

Oracle signs Symantec to ULN

Oracle's Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN) has landed its third big partner since a launch nine months ago that had Wall St predicting Red Hat's impending death. The market's number-one database vendor announced on Tuesday that Symantec has certified its datacenter software with Oracle's Enterprise Linux alternative to Red Hat. Symantec follows in the footsteps of EMC and Hitachi Data Systems.

The Back-to-Basic Tech Guide | What is Virtualization?

Welcome to The Red Hat Back-To-Basic Tech Guide. With the recent buzz in the marketplace around the term "Virtualization", you may be wondering what Virtualization really is. Why is Virtualization so critical to the success of companies? To help you appreciate Virtualization better, we have developed this back-to-basic guide that will give you a better view of this technology in order for you to turn buzz-word into an effective and efficient way to manage and grow your business, virtually anywhere!

Xandros bundles NoMachine thin-client server

Linux distributor Xandros along with NoMachine, maker of NX virtualization desktop, remote access and server management software, will announce on July 18 that NoMachine's NX Enterprise Server will start shipping immediately with Xandros Server 2.0.

Xandros acquires open-source e-mail vendor Scalix

Xandros CEO Andy Typaldos told DesktopLinux.com July 9 that his Ottawa-based Linux desktop and server company has acquired privately owned open-source e-mail and calendaring provider Scalix under terms that were undisclosed.

Linux: Looking Toward 2.4.35

The 2.4 stable kernel tree has been maintained by Willy Tarreau for a year, since July of 2006. When recently asked if the tree had been abandoned, Willy replied,"no it's not abandoned at all! The difficulty with 2.4 is to get user feedback on patches. While in 2.6, there are hundreds or thousands of testers for every release, in 2.4, I have to wait longer after every release in order to start collecting problem reports, or confirmation of fixes. People using it in production generally cannot reboot a machine in the evening just to try a patch. Also, subsystem maintainers have less time to spend on it and are themselves slowed down by the slow feedback process."

Will Vista cause a switch to Macs, Linux?

The cost of upgrading to Windows Vista is forcing more organizations to evaluate alternatives including Apple Macs and Linux for the desktop.

Sabayon Linux business desktop goes gold

The Italy-based Sabayon Linux project has released version 1.0 of the new enterprise-oriented edition of its desktop operating system. Sabayon Business Edition Linux 1.0 features a 2.6.22 Linux kernel and both KDE and GNOME desktop environments, along with a comprehensive set of application software.

Simple SVN: Just enough to get started.

Unless you have been living in an underground bunker, you have probably heard of Version Control, and possibly even Subversion (SVN). If you want to get the latest source code to compile it yourself, contribute to an open source project, keep track of files and documents, or work on the same document tree with a team of people, then you will need to use SVN.

App restores Linux desktops to pristine state

Deep Freeze system consistency software, popular in Windows and Mac settings, is now available for Linux desktops. "Deep Freeze Linux" is said to reset a Linux workstation's boot process to a pristine state, enabling successive users to avoid misconfiguration by previous users of the computer.

Oracle and Symantec Certify Veritas Data Center Solutions on Oracle(R) Enterprise Linux

In response to growing customer demand for the Oracle(R) Unbreakable Linux support program, Oracle and Symantec today announced certification of Veritas data center software with Oracle Enterprise Linux. The certification will help organizations running Symantec on Linux reduce deployment time and implementation costs.

Linux: CFS And Nice

The recently merged Completely Fair Scheduler changes how the Linux kernel handles scheduling priorities set with the nice command. Ingo Molnar explained that each level of nice adds or substracts 10% of CPU utilization,..

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