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No matter what people on this site may think, Penguin Pete does have a very good point. If tux500 isn't getting posted on slashdot, then it will never gain community momentum.
There's no connection between Dell's Microsoft/Novell deal and its Ubuntu patnership, but that won't stop Microsoft from FUDing about it.
Get an overview of WebSphere Portal by following these two practical exercises in this tutorial. You'll also find demos that take you through the steps. You will develop and test your first portlet using Rational Application Developer with the WebSphere Portal Test Environment.
The law school professor says he'll continue his advocacy of open source, but wants to step out of the limelight.
This technical briefing gives you an overview of Linux and introduces key IBM middleware products that run on Linux.
Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth in an interview last week stated that Dell computers preloaded with Ubuntu will not include WINE, an open-source Windows emulator for the Linux platform. Some have expressed concern that WINE will be excluded from Ubuntu completely, but such concern is baseless.
Learn how IBM Lotus Component Designer and IBM WebSphere Portal are the ideal tools for creating and delivering composite applications.
The KDE Community is happy to announce the immediate availability of the first alpha release of the KDE Desktop Environment, version 4.0. This release is a basis for the integration of powerful new technologies that will be included in KDE 4.
As with Firefox, you can add new features and extend OpenOffice.org's functionality by installing extensions. Here some of the most useful ones to try.
Need to program Apache modules from the ground up or figure out what someone else's module is doing behind the scenes? Help is now at hand. Find out if The Apache Modules Book
is the definitive guide to both that you've been looking for.
In addition to the seven official tracks, this year's Red Hat Summit has an unofficial eighth track for the press. Day 2 saw two official announcements: Red Hat Exchange and a new partnership with Sybase. In addition to covering the press conferences, I had time to sit in on some interesting presentations.
Founded by Ian Murdock and John H. Hartman in 2000, Progeny Linux Systems seemed for years like a modestly successful free and open source software (FOSS) company. Although it abandoned its original plans for revolutionizing networks, it survived the dot-com crash while many other companies had gone under, and its efforts to commercialize Debian were profitable after its first year and a half. By early 2005, Progeny had reinvented itself by offering update services and modular components for building specialized GNU/Linux distributions. Yet on April 30, Progeny ceased operations. What happened?
The Japanese government wants to go open source, as a way to rely less on a single vendor IT software infrastructure. And plenty of vendors are lining up to help make this happen.
Like Apple, Dell has a good handle on the hardware side of things. After all, they will be in full control when they are ready to release this round of Linux boxes. However, what has me concerned are some areas where they might not be ready for is the WiFi realm, most noticeably, WPA encryption.
Some would say that after the demise of Borland's Kylix, Linux was left without a real rapid application development tool. They would say that if they've never used Lazarus, Linux's own robust and reliable RAD environment.
On Tuesday, the House Committee on Administration approved Rush Holt's (D-NJ) e-voting reform bill by a 6-3 vote. The vote broke down along party lines, with the six Democrats supporting the legislation, and the three Republicans opposing it.
LXer Feature: 11-May-2007
A scant two weeks after Michael Dell returned to the company he founded in 1984, to help repair it, Dell launched its IdeaStorm project and several others in an effort to listen to their customers. The GNU/Linux community has spoken loud and clear. Time will tell how well Dell is listening.
This tutorial will guide you through the installation and configuration of Lintrack, a GNU/Linux distribution specialized in networking tasks. We will give two LANs access to the internet along with DHCP and DNS cache servers, and then we will connect our networks using OpenVPN in bridging mode. You should be running all these in well under an hour, thanks to the unified configuration interface of Lintrack.
Google today officially confirmed what many analysts have been saying for months: the Mountain View, California-based search leader is going after the software market in direct competition with Microsoft.
The Linux Mint team on May 9 released the first beta of Linux Mint 3.0, code-named "Cassandra" and utilizing a 2.6.20 kernel for improved hardware support. The Ubuntu-based distribution also sports a GNOME 2.18 default desktop and several Ubuntu "Fiesty Fawn" innovations, the team said.
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