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Last day at LISA

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on Dec 12, 2005 12:30 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
SAN DIEGO -- All good things must come to an end, and the 19th Large Installation System Administration Conference (LISA) is no exception. The conference wrapped up last Friday with a full slate of activities. At LISA, no matter how well you plan your schedule, the odds are good that you won't be able to attend all of the sessions that you're interested in.

Fedora-netdev FC4: kernel-2.6.14-1.1644_FC4.netdev.5 is now available!

FC4.netdev.4 (kernel-2.6.14-1.1644_FC4.netdev.5) is now available.

For information regarding the Fedora-netdev kernel series, please visit the following link:.

http://people.redhat.com/linville/kernels/fedora-netdev/

Empower Technologies(TM) Software Development Kit Nominated as Most Promising New Technology at EE Times Award Show.

  • PR Newswire; By Press release (Posted by tadelste on Dec 12, 2005 10:44 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release
RICHMOND, BC, Dec. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Empower Technologies Corporation ("Empower") is very pleased to announce that its Linux based software development kit has been nominated for an EE Times ACE Award in the Most Promising New Technology category.

Teen teaches Google to share

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on Dec 12, 2005 10:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Hardly a week goes by without Google introducing some new feature related to its search engine or email service. Google "hacks" are popular too, such as gmailfs, a mountable Linux file system that uses your Gmail account for storage, or simpler twists, such as Google cooking, where you "Google" your ingredients and the search engine delivers recipes. One of the latest hacks is G2G Share, a twist on traditional peer-to-peer networks. But the young creator of the service says he's not sure how long Google will allow it to remain active.

Updates on Testing Dell and a Linksys WRT 54G Howto

I recently reported on a test of a Dell computer and I wrote a Howto for the Linksys WRT54G to terminate an IPSec VPN tunnel to our companies’ firewall. I've updates to both accounts .

Fedora Weekly News Issue 25

Welcome to our issue number 25 of Fedora Weekly News.

The official line on HP support for Linux?

  • Lxer; By otis_2 (Posted by tadelste on Dec 12, 2005 8:26 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: HP
I wasn't really expecting anything different than what I got, but I still think it's worth showing everyone.

Digg Story

Tutorial: Preventing Buffer Overflow Exploits Using the Linux Distributed Security Module, Part 1

Internet servers (such as Web, email, and ftp servers) have been the target for different kinds of attacks aiming to disable them from providing services to their respective users. One particular exploit, which has become almost ubiquitous in the last several years, is the buffer overflow exploit. In Part 1 of this article, we describe the buffer overflow exploit and provide detailed examples to help understand it.

Review:Linux Made Easy

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on Dec 12, 2005 8:00 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
If you're new to Linux, the only the thing you may have to lead you along is the recommendations of those who already know about it. While Rickford Grant's book Linux Made Easy will help you set up Xandros 3 and give a spot-on tour of what you need to know, it's written for those who know far less about computers than they may think.

Suse Linux 10.0

The Holy Grail of Linux is to be so easy to install and use that the technologically illiterate can do it. The penguin community is working feverishly to this goal, which would give Microsoft's Windows a run for its money.

Packetstorm Report of Firefox DOS: Overexaggeration

  • Tectonic; By Jason Norwood-Young (Posted by VISITOR on Dec 12, 2005 6:29 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Mozilla
Security expert Packetstorm's claim to have found a potential denial of service attack in the latest Firefox browser turns out to be a slight over-exaggeration.

The Firefox Hacks You Must Have

  • Wired News; By Quinn Norton (Posted by tadelste on Dec 12, 2005 6:26 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
With the release of the new version 1.5 of Firefox, there's never been a better time to download the open-source browser, take it for a drive, kick the tires and see what it can do. In the case of a browser, mainly what it can do is show you web pages, hopefully quickly. So the real satisfaction comes from finding enhancements and add-ons, because you can only have so much fun timing page loads with a stopwatch.

Fortunately, Firefox is famous for its pluggable extensions architecture, which allows you to download little snippets of code that act as the software equivalent of small consumer electronics devices, only they are free.

More Microsoft in Massachusetts: Dirtier Tricks with Open Document

  • ConsortiumInfo.org Standards Blog; By Andy Updegrove (Posted by tadelste on Dec 12, 2005 6:00 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The Secretary of State of Massachusetts thinks it would be a great idea for a task force of political appointees to tell 2000 IT professionals what they can and can't do. How's that again?

Digg Story

Linux Shortcuts and Commands:

  • Linux Newbie Guide; By Stan and Peter Klimas (Posted by tadelste on Dec 12, 2005 4:49 AM EDT)
  • Groups: KDE, GNOME; Story Type: News Story
This is a practical selection of the commands we use most often. Press to see the listing of all available command (on your PATH). On my small home system, it says there are 2595 executables on my PATH. Many of these "commands" can be accessed from your favourite GUI front-end (probably KDE or Gnome) by clicking on the right menu or button. They can all be run from the command line. Programs that require GUI have to be run from a terminal opened under a GUI.

Alfresco releases open-source ECM software

  • Computerworld Malaysia; By China Martens (Posted by tadelste on Dec 12, 2005 3:52 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Alfresco Software has released the first version of its open-source enterprise content management (ECM) software aimed at small to midsize businesses (SMBs).

The 13-person UK startup's coming-out party was at the Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) East in Newton, Massachusetts, recently. At the event, Alfresco was one of 16 startups focusing on the open-source market chosen to exhibit at the event's Emerging Elite Showcase, according to the show's organisers.

"Bring Open Source To the World Of BPM"

Intalio, Inc., The Open Source BPMS Company, announced that it has acquired FiveSight Technologies, a privately held company based in Chicago, Illinois. FiveSight is the company that brought to market the first open source implementation of the BPEL 2.0 specification, developed to address the growing need for Business Process Management (BPM) as a core competency for companies large and small.

Let's Get Cohesive

  • Reg Developer; By Kevlin Henney (Posted by tadelste on Dec 12, 2005 1:57 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Comment Away with sound-bite principles. It is entirely possible to write applications as a monolithic slab of undifferentiated code. Indeed, for some this appears to approach an art form, with a stream-of-consciousness code style not dissimilar to Jack Kerouac's spontaneous, amphetamine-fuelled writing style.

DistroWatch Weekly: Le loi DADVSI, open source migrations in Berlin, Prague and Cape Town, SESUSE, Ark Linux 2005.2

  • DistroWatch.com; By Ladislav Bodnar (Posted by dave on Dec 12, 2005 1:35 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Newsletter
Welcome to this year's 50th issue of DistroWatch Weekly. This issue covers a variety of interesting topics, including a call to protest against introducing a DMCA-style law in France, Linux migration efforts by Berlin, Prague and Cape Town, and an insider's feedback to our last week's feature on backporting newly released applications to existing distributions. In the news section we'll introduce Security Enhanced SUSE, congratulate Patrick Volkerding, and draw your attention to a newly compiled list of FreeBSD projects for volunteer programmers. Finally, we'll take a brief look at the new Ark Linux 2005.2. Happy reading! Join us at irc.freenode.net #distrowatch

Zero day Excel hacker takes on ebay

Typically, software companies are given a window of between one and a number of months to examine and release patches for the problem, before the finer details are released to the public. But fearwall is understood to have said in his auction description: "Since I was unable to find any use for this by-product of Microsoft developers, it is now available for you at the low starting price of $0.01 - a fair value estimation for any Microsoft product." The seller even offered Microsoft employees a discount: “To qualify, you must provide @microsoft.com email address and must mention discount code LINUXRULZ during checkout," he said.

Foss.in Marks The Coming Of Age Of Open Source In India

FOSS.in, India’s largest Free and Open Source Software conference, was held in India’s IT capital, Bangalore, from November 29th to December 2nd this year. The event attracted over 2700 attendees indicating the coming of age of the open source, free software movement in India.

FOSS.In — known in its earlier four editions as Linux Bangalore — itself was sponsored by the Ministry of Information and Technology. The event saw four days of ideological debates, tech exchange workshops and interactions with some of the who’s who of the free and open source world. The event covered a wide range of topics related to FOSS technologies, products and initiatives.

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