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LXer Weekly Roundup for 02-Sept-2007


LXer Feature: 02-Sept-2007

Microsoft is under the microscope with the FSF looking into GPLv3 violations, and news that there will be a Gnome Desktop for the Windows API, Carla Schroder writes about 802.11n, HP launches Linux desktop in Australia, Mandriva Benelux is launched and I finally start getting tired of of the constant FUD coming from Matt Hartley. All this and more in this weeks LXer Weekly Roundup.

VectorLinux - The Pefect Installation and Setup

  • www.linux-tip.net; By Frank Neugebauer (Posted by fneagle on Sep 2, 2007 7:59 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
The VectorLinux Website is promising: “Speed, performance, stability -- these are attributes that set VectorLinux apart in the crowded field of Linux distributions. VectorLinux is a lighterweight, fast, Linux operating system for Intel-AMD x86 compatible systems and is based upon Slackware, one of the original Linux distributions…” Linux-Tip was testing the installation and usage of version 5.8 (Standard Gold).

Set Up PC-BSD v1.4 beta

  • HowtoForge; By Oliver Meyer (Posted by falko on Sep 2, 2007 7:02 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: KDE
This article describes how to set up PC-BSD v1.4 beta. PC-BSD is released under the BSD license. PC-BSD is a desktop operating system based on FreeBSD. It uses KDE as its desktop environment.

Mount and Unmount ISO,MDF,NRG Images Using AcetoneISO

  • ubuntugeek.com (Posted by gg234 on Sep 2, 2007 6:05 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Ubuntu
AcetoneISO is CD/DVD image manipulator for Linux.Using this tool it is very easy to Mount and Unmount ISO,MDF,NRG Images.

Corsair Flash PadLock 2GB

  • Phoronix; By Michael Larabel (Posted by phoronix on Sep 2, 2007 5:06 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux
Corsair is known for their high-performance system memory and for the past two years or so, we have seen very innovative flash products from this memory leader. The Corsair Flash Voyager marked the era of waterproof flash drives only to be succeeded by the Flash Voyager GT. Both of these USB flash drive series not only performed great and handled all of our durability tests, but it was also backed by a ten-year warranty and official support for Linux. Earlier this year, however, Corsair redefined durable flash drives by unleashing the Flash Survivor GT. In our premiere review of the Corsair Flash Survivor GT 8GB, the flash drive was not only fast but had withstood our harsh torture treatment, which consisted of letting the Flash Survivor GT rest at the bottom of an 8 foot deep pool, smashing it with a hammer, and even boiled it in a pot of water.

Hardy Heron readies for a long life

The Ubuntu Linux team last week announced Hardy Heron, the next release of the popular open source Linux operating system to include long-term support.

People Behind KDE: Summer of Code 2007 (3/4)

People Behind KDE releases the third interview in its series of four interviews with students who are working on KDE as part of the Google Summer of Code 2007 - meet Leo Franchi, Juan González Aguilera, Andrew Manson and Marcus Hanwell!

Linux Gazette #142 is out!

Linux Gazette is a volunteer-run monthly web magazine dedicated to two simple ideas: making Linux a little more fun, and sharing ideas and discoveries.

Nettest 2,2 Released

There are two updates for the beginning of the month. The nettest suite and etu programs have received enough changes to warrant full releases. Nettest has branched and released to 2.2 with make cleanups, code cleanups and more greater (and likely unfullfilled) plans. The etu utility now supports non jpeg formats in a very proper way: I would argue that it is perfect.

The year of the Linux mobile phone

Computerworld SIngapore reports that Linux powered smart phones will have 30 percent of the market by 2012. Bill Andad argues that with the Motorola Razr2 V8 the year of the Linux mobile phone has already arrived.

No, I Need Mister Caitlyn

Lately I’ve been looking to pick up a new contract or even possibly move back into a long term corporate position. My résumé (CV for those outside the United States) is, I think, fairly impressive. I am a competent systems administrator and security geek with over 27 years of experience in the industry. I’ve had lots of calls from recruiters: some quite good, some not so good, and some, well…

Virtualbox finally in Debian Main

Patrick Winnertz, Debian developer to-be, writes in his blog that he was able to get all legal stuff sorted out and with the help of a "sponsor" (means: a Debian developer) uploaded Virtualbox to the "Main" repository of Debian.

Install and configure Network Information Service (+)

NIS+ is a network-wide naming and administration service that works on a client-server model. The server maintains all the details of the users and clients in a central database. In this article, get step-by-step instructions on how to install, configure, and administer NIS+.

OpenBSD: Stealing Versus Sharing Code

OpenBSD project creator Theo de Raadt detailed his concerns regarding BSD-licensed code and Dual-BSD/GPL-licensed code being re-licensed under only the GPL as previously discussed here, "honestly, I was greatly troubled by the situation, because even people like Alan Cox were giving other Linux developers advice to ... break the law. And furthermore, there are even greater potential risks for how the various communities interact."

How Linus copes with criticism

So, you want to be a kernel hacker. Before you go down that path, or get involved with any other free or open source development project, you should know that it's often a wild, raucous place where -- no matter what level of coding skill you possess -- your tolerance for criticism or rejection might constantly be tested. Even Linus Torvalds isn't immune to criticism.

subversion-six-commands-in-one-script

Most of the time developers forget to checkin or update the file/folders from server, With this bash script file will automatically update from server, then lock and open in vi editor whenever developer save the file it will ask for commit message and checkin in server after that it will unlock for other developers.

Montavista reveals Linux debug secrets

Set aside an hour on September 11th or 12th and learn how to debug those complex Linux applications without leaving your desk. Linux application tool vendor MontaVista has scheduled a live online 'webinar' to show off the debugging features of its DevRocket integrated development environment (IDE) for Linux. It says the IDE will help developers build better Linux applications and deliver them to market quickly.

Wade Olson Interviewed About KDE 4

Gartner Webdev has published an interview with KDE's very own marketing renegade Wade Olson. Wade talks about KDE 4, what makes it special and what KDE's role in the software market is. He sheds some light on the user's point of view and discusses his vision about the way the computer and software industry is moving.

Red Hat unveils Developer Studio beta

Red Hat has announced the beta release of Red Hat Developer Studio, the new Eclipse-based IDE for the Red Hat family of solutions, including JBoss Enterprise Middleware and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

How to setup apache high availability cluster?

This is how to setup the apache high availability cluster in debian with NFS as data storage, In this setup you can add many servers in cluster.

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