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The Plextor ConvertX, even at an early stage in its Linux support cycle, is a legitimate alternative to the Hauppage video capture cards that so many Linux users are using these days. Last March, Plextor announced the availability of a Linux software development kit for two of their personal video recorders: the ConvertX PVR model PX-TV402U and the ConvertX PX-M402U. I chose to evaluate the ConvertX PVR-PX-TV402U product because I wanted to find a suitable piece of hardware to use in a system that functions as a personal video recorder.
Aside from obvious some obvious business benefits, some government regulations require FIM.
Though it still opposes open-source products and licensing, Microsoft is begrudgingly adopting similar practices to appeal to its corporate customers.
LimeWire, the popular cross-platform P2P client for the Gnutella network, has been growing in popularity thanks to its promise that it contains no adware or spyware -- a fact anyone can verify because the application's source code is open.
Is Microsoft toning down its aggressive anti-Linux campaign, or is the software giant realizing that playing nice can have the same effect? While the answer is unclear, Microsoft Corp. surprised many of the attendees at its annual worldwide partner show here this weekend by allowing a third party to present a "hands-on lab" that allowed attendees to play with a range of Linux desktop software.
PC programs, including Web browsers and Weblogging tools, are drawing the attention of computer users beyond the technically adept devotees of Linux and other open source projects. With an emerging crop of programs, you can have open-source software up and running on your Macintosh or Windows computer within minutes, and you don't need a degree in computer science.
IBM Workplace Managed Client Developer Toolkit is based on the Eclipse architecture and is compatible with Linux.
There are several days during this coming week that I will not be available to post stories. So, either LXer will sit idle those days, or else someone else will step up to the plate and give it a try. Preferably 2 or 3 people will come forward. Email at email@example.com if you're interested.
The founders of the popular Debian variant, working with Canonical, have established an organization to support the distribution.
The new Levanta Intrepid M acts as hub for provisioning Linux servers without the need to load the operating system or applications directly onto each new server.
Fujitsu Limited and Novell today announced an agreement to deliver new Linux technology and support to their customers. As part of the agreement, Fujitsu will offer support services for Novell's SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server, which will soon be available worldwide on Fujitsu mission-critical PRIMEQUEST and PRIMERGY servers. As a result, customers gain a powerful new Linux solution for their high-performance server needs, backed by two of the leading vendors in the Linux market.
X86 is no longer the top architecture for embedded Linux devices, according to LinuxDevices.com's
The company seems to be even more determined to support the open source community, and it has announced yesterday that it will donate $5 million in a 2 year program in which the students will get e-business diplomas. With these, they will be able to apply for jobs, such as: web developers, software developers, consultants in e-business problems or business application developers.
Mark Mitchell announced the availability of GCC 4.0.1, officially released on July 7'th[sic].
A critical flaw in a compression format widely used in Linux and Unix can give hackers a way into machines, security experts say.
The question at hand is not whether Red Hat's version of Linux is superior to that of its competitors. The marketplace will make that determination and we can keep score via Red Hat's financial performance each quarter. However, suppose you want to do more than just keep score. Suppose you want to be proactive and tackle the question...should you invest in Red Hat, given its current share price, most recent performance, and projections going forward?
Below is the press release sent off to the wires announcing the creation of a new foundation by Mark Shuttleworth and Canonical to help support Ubuntu and employ core Ubuntu developers over the long term and to help distinguish the commercial support and certification programs of Canonical from the truly community-based nature of much of Ubuntu's work.
Linuxlookup.com is report a story on sources close to Mandriva, Progeny and Turbolinux say the trio of companies will be announcing a new enterprise Linux distribution based on Debian Linux at the LinuxWorld event in San Francisco in August. This new enterprise distribution, which may include other companies as well, will be built on the foundation of the Debian 3.1 "Sarge" Linux distribution.
Students who participate in the two-year programs will earn certificates in e-business, which will qualify them to get jobs as Web developers, software developers, e-business solution advisers and business application developers.