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Get your groove on with Amarok

So, you got the new iPod that you wanted for Christmas, but you're no fan of iTunes. No problem -- you can cast off your iTunes chains and manage your music entirely with Linux using Amarok. Amarok gives you everything you need to manage your music, from playing to burning music CDs to managing your portable music player.

Using XenExpress To Virtualize Your Server

  • HowtoForge; By Till Brehm (Posted by falko on Jan 18, 2007 11:39 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
This guide covers the installation of XenExpress and the creation of virtual machines with the XenServer Administrator Console. XenExpress is the free virtualization platform from XenSource, the company behind the well known Xen virtualization engine. XenExpress makes it easy to create, run and manage Xen virtual machines with the XenServer Administrator Console. XenExpress can run up to 4 virtual machines at the same time with a max. total amount of 4GB RAM. The XenExpress installation CD contains a full Linux distribution which is customized to run XenExpress.

Debian and localhost.localdomain

A while back I was trying to set up kpropd on a Debian system, and came across a problem whereby one of my hosts was identifying itself as host/localhost.localdomain (this was Not Helpful).

People Behind KDE: Daniel Molkentin

For the next interview in the fortnightly People Behind KDE series we meet a developer who has unfinished business with midges, someone who prefers bullets to stars -- tonight's star of People Behind KDE is Daniel Molkentin.

traceroute - a very useful troubleshooting tool which reveals the bottlenecks on the Internet

  • linuxhelp.blogspot.com; By Ravi (Posted by dsTst on Jan 18, 2007 9:21 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
traceroute is a program which allows you to pinpoint the exact location where there are bottlenecks on the internet or your network. For instance, if you are finding it difficult to access a website, you can use this tool to check the gateway where the error has occurred. Such as between your machine and your ISP , at the website server or an intermediate location. This article explains how to analyze the output of the traceroute tool with the help of an example.

Drupal's Milestone Week

What do NASA, MTV, Tim Berners Lee and Mozilla all have in common? They use the open source Drupal content management system (CMS). The Drupal project celebrates two major milestones this week: the release of Drupal 5.0 and the sixth anniversary of the project. It's a long way away from the project's humble beginning in founder Dries Buytaert's dorm room. Drupal 5 introduces a long list of improvements to the venerable open source CMS, including retooled administration pages, a Web-based installer, more logging reports and performance improvements.

Private participation in development of IT parks

The draft information technology (IT) policy released by Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan here on Wednesday proposes to make Kerala a cradle of knowledge workers. It aims to upgrade the productivity, skill and knowledge levels of the citizen. Proposals include establishment of an International Centre for Free Software and Computing for Development, ITES Training Centre (in Kochi) and extension of Internet to all educational institutions and villages by 2010. Around 3,000 broadband-enabled information hubs called Akshaya e-Centres will be set up in difference parts of the State.

How to internationalize your PHP apps

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Robert Bradley (Posted by solrac on Jan 18, 2007 6:59 AM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM, PHP; Story Type: News Story
Localizing an application can be planned, or it can happen as a rushed afterthought. Discover techniques and tools such as gettext, XML, XSLT, and design patterns that can help when retrofitting localization into a mature product or planning for localization up front.

SCO assets are less than the $26m Novell says it's owed

SCO, which today released financial results for its Q4, said it burned about $10m in cash in fiscal 2006, which ended in October. About $12.3m of that was consumed funding lawsuits against IBM and Novell, which are contesting SCO's claim to intellectual property rights of Linux. That leaves the struggling company with about $12.6 in cash. (Some of the legal fees came out of an escrow account, explaining why legal fees were higher than over all cash burn.)

Python Metaprogramming Decorators Make Magic Easy

Each Python version has added slightly different wrinkles to the way you accomplish metaprogramming tricks. With the newest 2.4 version, Python has grown "decorators", the most user-friendly way so far, to perform most metaprogramming. Decorators modify the function or method that is defined immediately after the decorator.

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Registration Open for Gelato ICE: Itanium® Conference & Expo 2007

On the eve of their fifth anniversary, the Gelato Federation (www.gelato.org) announces the opening of registration for the Gelato ICE: Itanium® Conference & Expo to be held on April 15-18, 2007, in San Jose, California.

What's up with the annual Desktop Linux Summit?

Some folks who like to plan ahead are wondering if Linspire is going to host its Desktop Linux Summit this spring in San Diego, as it has for the past four years. It looks like we'll have to wait a bit longer to find out. By many accounts, last year's April confab at the Manchester Grand Hyatt was a big success, with nearly 1,000 participants causing a few standing-room-only crowds at some presentations.

[Last year's event was great, I hope they have another for me to go too. - Scott]

ISP offers students cash for open source code

As an incentive to get students to push the code boundaries of open source software, a British software network is offering cash for fresh code, reports Welsh IT News Online. The UK Free Software Network (UKFSN), a small Hertfordshire-based Internet service provider, conceived the idea to encourage students to develop software that can be modified by its end users.

Linux down under: Day two at LCA 2007

SYDNEY -- The seventh Linux.conf.au (LCA) continued Tuesday at the Kensington campus of the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, with miniconferences and a keynote by Christopher Blizzard.

Scalix beefs up Linux-based groupware platform

Scalix made its Linux-based e-mail and groupware platform Scalix 11 available last week, with features such as improved Web client access, support for mobile users, support for users of Microsoft Outlook and interoperability with Microsoft Exchange servers.

What makes a 5GL?

From time to time vendors in the application development space have claimed 5GL (5th generation language) capabilities. If you think about this for a moment you will realise that this can't be true. The idea of GLs is that each is an abstraction of the former, so we had machine code (on which I cut my teeth as a developer); assembler; third generation languages such as COBOL, Java, C++ and so forth; and finally 4GLs (now sometimes referred to as ABLs-advanced business languages-as 4GL seems to be out of fashion).

Cox's DRM patent less than meets the eye

On Monday, Slashdot reported that legendary Linux kernel developer Alan Cox filed a patent application in June 2005 related to digital rights management technology. Cox's patent describes software that would automatically suspend operations if the user was found to be out of compliance with the software's licensing terms but that would save the user's data before suspending to prevent data loss.

Five web widgets that use Ajax and XML

This article introduce you to five web widgets that communicate with the server through Ajax and XML.

Open Source Consortium sends Becta back to school

The Open Source Consortium (OSC) has thrown down the gauntlet to the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (Becta), urging the organisation to turn its talk of promoting open source software into action. The OSC claims that, despite overwhelming evidence that open source software saves schools money and enhances learning, Becta is taking no practical steps to help schools adopt open source.

The NEPSI Challenge: Who Gets the Data?

The National E Prescribing Patient Safety Initiative, press release here is an e-prescribing juggernaut aimed at providing 'free' e-prescribing for all doctors. '...The challenge, according to the eHealth Initiative, is that fewer than 1 in 5 of the nation’s practicing physicians currently process prescriptions electronically. Studies indicate that most physicians have been reluctant to adopt electronic prescribing largely because of the cost of the systems, and a perception that the technology requires too much time to learn and install. NEPSI will help address those barriers by providing physicians simple, safe and secure electronic prescribing at no cost...' This initiative raises a number of questions currently not answered: Who gets the e-prescribing data? Is this really free? What is in it for Allscripts?

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