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Open Source Linux Router

Vyatta and Sangoma Technologies have partnered to advance the market for network routers and firewalls based on open-source Linux technologies. Vyatta’s Open Flexible Router (OFR) will provide the protocol software and Sangoma’s WANPIPE PCI cards will supply cost-effective WAN connections.

Jon "maddog" Hall on FOSS in the developing world

Jon "maddog" Hall is president of Linux International, a worldwide non-profit association of end users who are dedicated to furthering the acceptance and use of free and open source Software (FOSS). In May, Hall gave a keynote address at LinuxWorld Johannesburg, where he had advice that may have surprised some in his audience. We caught up with Hall to talk about his South African visit and FOSS in the developing world in general.

There’s more to it than meets the eye.

I just set up some folders on our pages, called “uploads”. Group- and ownership are the ones of the web server, so now it should be possible for my brother, my son, and myself to upload pictures directly from Wordpress. Let’s try that:
... continued with a Linux success story...

OpenVZ Announces Support for IPv6 and Bridged Networking

Valuable additions for Operating System-Level Virtualization Software

Linux QCam driver for QImaging FireWire cameras

QImaging, a developer and manufacturer of high-performance digital cameras for life sciences, machine vision, and OEM applications, has announced the beta release of a Linux QCam driver.

Cross platform javascript vulnerability leaves IE, Firefox open

While it's unlikely you'll become a victim of this exploit, it's good to be aware of its existence should you notice anything unusual in your browsing.

[Please also be aware that it is dangerous to smoke while drinking gasoline martinis. -- grouch]

Tutorial: The Penguin's Practical Network Troubleshooting Guide

  • LinuxPlanet; By Carla Schroder (Posted by dcparris on Jun 8, 2006 12:23 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
Linux has everything you need to do any kind of networking, plus it has eleventy-eight hundred different software utilities for network monitoring and troubleshooting. Today Carla Schroder shows how to pinpoint connectivity problems and how to map your network and all running services. This is handy not only for keeping tabs on everyday activities, but also to catch users running illicit hosts and services.

Tiny board simplifies software-defined radio projects

A small consulting company is shipping an inexpensive add-on board targeting software-defined radio (SDR) projects. Ettus Research's $550 Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) supports Linux and GNU Radio software, and is available with RF modules and antennas covering virtually the entire radio spectrum.

Embedded Linux developer service gains major tools upgrade

TimeSys is shipping a major update to the Eclipse-based tools available with its subscription-based online service for embedded Linux developers.

Linux -vs- Windows: Video Comparison

  • OSDir.com (Posted by osvids on Jun 7, 2006 9:31 PM EDT)
How is Linux doing in the battle of the desktop?

Can the malware industry be trusted?

Commentary: Internet security is big business. Microsoft Windows and Office vulnerabilities have made major contributions to making it -- and keeping it -- that way. Today, players like McAfee, Symantec, Norton, and dozens of other firms fight for a share of a market worth tens-of-billions of dollars a year. I would like to think that this industry displays the same high degree of ethical standards and integrity shown by other first-responders: our police forces, firefighters, and paramedics. Sure, there are bad apples in the bunch now and then, but on the whole they are a admirably honest and trustworthy group. I don't think nearly as highly of the computer security industry.

Not there yet…

After reading some very positive reactions about the all-new Ubuntu 6.06 LTS ‘Dapper Drake’ release, I decided to go and give it a try as well.

Microsoft, Adobe and the Murky World of "RAND"

  • ConsortiumInfo.org Standards Blog:; By Andy Updegrove (Posted by Andy_Updegrove on Jun 7, 2006 6:47 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups:
For a week now, the IT world has been scratching its collective head over the breakdown of PDF licensing negotiations between Microsoft and Adobe. What was there to breakdown over, if PDF is a standard?

In the Linux comfort zone...

  • Free Software Magazine; By Bridget Kulakauskas (Posted by fsmdave on Jun 7, 2006 5:56 PM EDT)
When I go to visit my mother (as I will be doing shortly) I feel like tearing my hair out. "Oh," I hear you say, "one of THOSE stories". But no, it's not. She lets me enjoy my usual sleeping habits, lets me put my shoes on the couch, and eat whatever I want. But there is one huge difference between my house and her house, and for the two weeks a year that I stay with her there is just one point of tension. I'll set the scene...

Rational Application Developer certification prep series

Learn how to quickly move your Web services, Java, J2EE, Web, and portal applications from design to deployment by preparing to take the IBM Rational Application Developer certification Test 255.

Tonight on The Linux Link Tech Show

Tonight on The Linux Link Tech Show, episode 143:
We talk to Joe ‘Zonker’ Brockmeier, editorial director of linux.com
Running Ubuntu on a Macbook
Running WinXP on a Macbook via Bootcamp & Parallels
More on linux package management
Feedback regarding last week's show
And much, much more

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Debian DPL Threatens to Leave SPI Over Sun Java

A three-week-long flame war in debian-devel over the new Java Distribution License has culminated in Anthony Towns, the newly elected Debian Project Lead, offering to separate Debian from its legal representative, SPI.

Cybersource wants Linux on white-boxes

  • CRN Australia; By Byron Connolly (Posted by grouch on Jun 7, 2006 3:13 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux
Open source evangelist Con Zymaris wants Australian PC assemblers to consider selling dual-boot Windows and Linux systems with a new plan that he claims would “double their profit margins.”

A degree in hacking

  • NewsForge; By Tina Gasperson (Posted by grouch on Jun 7, 2006 2:41 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux
The University of Advancing Technology (UAT) in Phoenix, Ariz., is marketing its new Network Security program as a way to get a degree in hacking. The school is drawing the interest of geeks who use Windows, Linux, and Macintosh, according to UAT's IT manager Raymond Todd Blackwood, and even a few who want to go to the dark side of network security.

Atca platform runs CGL, open source management suite

Wind River says its commercial Linux distribution was chosen by Mercury Computer Systems for an ATCA-compliant system for telecom application development, evaluation, and deployment.

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