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Full-length open source movie 'Boy Who Never Slept' is Released ...

Amateur filmmaker Solomon Rothman has released a full length open source movie called 'Boy Who Never Slept.'

Ibm, Verso Team on Linux-Based VoIP Service for eServer

The Verso and IBM offering is designed to maximize a provider's ability to quickly and easily deploy voice-over-broadband services to business, as well as residential, subscribers.

Java static analysis and custom bug detectors

This article looks at how static analysis tools can change the way you manage Java software quality.

Tip of the Trade: Pyramid Linux

Shopping for network "appliances", especially mid-to-lower range gear, can easily turn into a full-time job. Netgear, D-Link, Linksys, Cisco, Watchguard, Sonicwall, SnapGear, Netscreen, Multitech, Barracuda, CheckPoint, Symantec, and so forth; with all manner of options and pricing configurations. Your purchasing fun is just beginning when you finally make a selection; then comes the per-user, per-year licenses, plus support. And after all that, what do you get? Mostly, you get poorer.

Rumored death of FreeDOS greatly exaggerated

Jim Hall, creator of the open source MS-DOS operating system project FreeDOS, says that while work on the project may have slowed recently, he isn't ready to throw in the towel just yet. In fact, Hall says he hopes to see version 1.0 released as soon as the end of the month.

Time for Coders to Get Political?

  • Linux Journal; By Glyn Moody (Posted by dcparris on Jul 3, 2006 5:35 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Interview; Groups: Linux

When I interviewed Richard Stallman back in 1999, he had some interesting thoughts on the subject of freedom:

I'm going to keep working on the free software movement, because I don't see who's going to replace me, and I don't see how I could do something more important in some other area. The issues of freedom that everybody's heard of are much more important than this - freedom of speech, freedom of the press, free assembly. The reason I'm not more involved with them is that I don't know what to do about them very effectively.

Ruby on Rails

Simpler than J2EE

Tutorial Ruby is an object oriented scripting language. Rails is a Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework based on Ruby and used for developing web applications.

LugRadio Live 22 - 23 July 2006 Wolverhampton

Mark Shuttleworth (Ubuntu), Simon Phipps (Sun), Stephen Lamb (Microsoft) and many other are speaking at LugRadio Live 2006 on 22 and 23 July.

Full schedule: http://www.lugradio.org/live/2006/index.php/Schedule

For discounted hotel rooms and to book your ticket (£5 each) visit lugradio.org/live

Open-source software powers top US academic supercomputer

Big Red consists of IBM’s very latest technology, an e1350 BladeCenter Cluster, that uses new chip technology and high speed internal networks to perform calculations at very fast speeds. Running the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 from Novell, Big Red as of today is the largest IBM e1350 system in the world,

Reduce network storage cost, complexity with ATA over Ethernet

Today, Fibre Channel is the dominant enterprise storage technology, but as with all technologies, eventually something better comes along. If you're lucky, that something is also less complex and less expensive. For storage, that something may be ATA over Ethernet (AoE), a simple and open network protocol that allows storage to be accessed over Ethernet. Here's how you can set up a test server to provide shared storage using AoE.

Open Source Content Management Advice

July 3rd, 2006: US-based Rivet Logic outlines how organisations can gain the most from Open Source content. The free White paper, which focuses on Technologies such as ECM platforms, aims to provide better understanding.

Our ultimate DIY Linux box

In a recent article, Linux Journal’s new Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Peterey built what he sees as the “Ultimate Do-It-Yourself Linux Box”. Being the first of his articles that I actually liked, he is way on the expensive side with his recommendations. We show here how to get along cheaper and still more modern.

Letter Charges Illegal forced sale of MS Windows, EC Says Not Likely

This is a letter of complaint sent to the European Commission regarding the situation in Belgium, which unfortunately applies to all EU countries, which forces almost all consumers to buy MS Windows despite regulation prohibiting illegal forced and linked selling practices. The EC's response follows the complaint letter.

Q&a with Firefox's Blake Ross: Extended version

Read on for an extended version of the Q&A with Firefox co-founder Blake Ross that's running in this week's Software Notebook, in Monday's paper. I spoke with him over lunch Friday at Gnomedex in Seattle, and we covered a lot of ground.

Fsmlabs' RTLinuxPro Development Kit Supports Freescale SoCs

FSMLabs announced support for developing and deploying hard real-time applications on Freescale Semiconductor's PowerQUICC III communications processors containing a PowerPC core. Designed into leading networking applications, PowerQUICC III systems-on-a-chip (SoC) processors target smart packet forwarding, routing and security in core and edge devices and blades, balancing throughput, power consumption, packet performance and package cost.

CLI Magic: Using command history in the bash shell

  • Linux.com; By Mark Sobell (Posted by dcparris on Jul 3, 2006 9:38 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
The Bourne Again Shell's history mechanism, a feature adapted from the C Shell, maintains a list of recently issued command lines, also called events, providing a quick way to reexecute any of the events in the list. This mechanism also enables you to execute variations of previous commands and to reuse arguments from them. You can replicate complicated commands and arguments that you used earlier in this login session or in a previous one and enter a series of commands that differ from one another in minor ways. The history list also serves as a record of what you have done. It can prove helpful when you have made a mistake and are not sure what you did, or when you want to keep a record of a procedure that involved a series of commands.

Jaspersoft Launches New Version Of Open Source BI Architecture

JasperSoft Corp. has announced the general availability of JasperIntelligence 1.0. New in JasperIntelligence, JasperAnalysis brings people in small and mid-size organizations open source Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) capability, enabling easy to use analysis of data.

Mr. Firefox looks to the future

Blake Ross was a teenager in 2002 when he and fellow software developer Dave Hyatt launched the Mozilla Firefox project -- a community-made Web browser that has won devoted fans and taken market share from Microsoft's dominant Internet Explorer, stirring the Redmond company into action.

[Interesting interview. -- grouch]

Watching the Evolution of Arch Linux

It's been over a year since the last time I reviewed (1, 2) the Linux distribution that I use most of the time, Arch Linux. Since then, while the distro-specific innovations have slowed a bit down, maturity and stability has emerged.

Web Apps Get New Open-Source App Server

A small Sri Lankan firm of open-source developers says it's time to bring a fresh set of concepts and standards to the notion of an application server.

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