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Eclipse Foundation synchronizes largest ever open-source project ...

The Eclipse Foundation is making history this week with what looks to be the largest ever synchronized open-source project release. The Callisto Simultaneous Release initiative coordinates 10 Eclipse project upgrades, including business intelligence and reporting tools, a modeling framework, a Web tools platform, test and performance tools, integrated development environments, and the latest version of the Eclipse tooling framework (3.2) itself—all of which will be available for download this Friday, June 30.

OpenLogic Library Gains 18 Open-Source Projects

  • eWEEK Linux; By Darryl K. Taft (Posted by dcparris on Jun 27, 2006 7:48 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux
Renamed OpenLogic Enterprise 4.0, the library gives enterprises a central repository of approved, certified open-source products within the corporate firewall.

SGI Signals New Era of Aggressive Innovation With Powerful New Server Solutions

New Strategy to Deliver SGI's Most Comprehensive Array of Solutions to More Customers than Ever Before

Cluster Resources TM to Open First European Base of Operations in the UK

Cluster Resources, Inc. announced today the planned opening of a European base of operations in the United Kingdom.

Linux & Windows get hitched: 2X ThinClientServer v3 makes Windows

  • Press World (press release); By Press Release (Posted by dcparris on Jun 27, 2006 6:11 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release; Groups: Linux
2X ThinClientServer V3 deploys a secure, centrally managed Linux desktop which runs any Windows application via RDP.

Mobileaware Offers Open-Source Developers an Intuitive Route to ...

Dublin, Ireland, 26 June 2006 - MobileAware, the world's leading provider of Mobile Service Infrastructure, today announced an enhanced version of Mobile Interaction Server (MIS) that enables open-source developers to easily create mobile content without requiring the expertise of mobile-specific technologies.

Sgi Launches Entry Woodcrest Xeon, Itanium Linux Supers

Having tried to make a go of it solely as a maker of exotic NUMA-based supercomputer clusters based on Intel's Itanium architecture and the Linux operating system, struggling supercomputer maker Silicon Graphics today will launch its first Xeon-based machines, which will use Intel's new "Woodcrest" implementation of the low-power Core architecture. At the same time, SGI, which has been in bankruptcy protection since early May, is talking up the impending dual-core "Montecito" Itaniums, which will plug into the Altix 4700 blades and roughly double their performance and is launching a midrange Itanium box.

Mysql AB Becomes a Member of the Microsoft Visual Studio Industry ...

LONDON -- June 27, 2006 -- MySQL AB, the developer of the world's most popular open source database, today announced its participation in the Microsoft Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP) program as an Alliance-level partner. With over 240 members, Microsoft's VSIP program gives partners the tools and resources they need to successfully integrate their tools, components and services into the Visual Studio 2005 development environment.

Linux 101: Manage user accounts in a multi-user Linux environment ...

Disk quotas in Linux make use of software managed constraints on how much disk space can be used by specific user accounts. This brief tutorial explains how to set up them up on your system.

Bittorrent to the Rescue

Who was that masked man?

Jon Watson dishes on Linux World Net

We sat down virtually this weekend with Jon Watson, the head of the Linux World Net blog network - focused on Linux. Here’s Jon’s dish:

Is Browsezilla a Malware Magnet?

  •; By Sean Michael Kerner (Posted by dcparris on Jun 27, 2006 2:22 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups:
You've all heard about malware writers targeting Web browsers. But have you ever heard of a browser that intentionally inserts malware onto a user's PC?

[Now this is just plain dirty. Browsezilla is not affiliated with Mozilla. - dcparris]

Atmel offer $500 AVR dev kit with Linux and GNU debugger

Atmel is offering a $499 development kit for the AVR 32-based AP7000 family of 32-bit digital signal controllers.

Getting startd with Bugzilla for bug tracking

  •; By Steve Blass (Posted by dcparris on Jun 27, 2006 1:17 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: MySQL
Bugzilla requires a Web server, Perl, MySQL or PostgreSQL and a Sendmail-compatible mail program to use all Bugzilla's features. Recent versions can run on Windows systems without too much trouble, but inbound mail is not supported.

Systems Solutions offers packaged Open-Xchange Collaboration Servers

New 500 and 1000 user easy-to-deploy, easy-to-use collaboration solutions

FOSS in Islamic countries

The promise of free and open source software (FOSS) in Islamic countries rests on issues such as helping build capacity. FOSS also provides greater flexibility, especially in terms of customization for local needs. In addition, FOSS can reduce the cost of deploying information and communications technologies (ICT) by permitting unlimited and free distribution of software, thus making it more affordable than comparable proprietary products. FOSS's security benefits take on added importance in the wake of recent reports that computers with Windows XP have been sending information, daily and without the knowledge of their owners, to Microsoft. Finally, FOSS will free Islamic countries from boycotts ad sanctions imposed by other countries and owners of proprietary software.

Canadian anti-DRM coalition makes timely debut

A coalition of public interest groups and academic privacy experts has released a public letter and background paper to the Canadian government stating their concerns about digital rights management (DRM) technologies and their legal status. The coalition has also started a Web site,, to coordinate its efforts.

Linux Networx Claims Visualization Record

Linux Networx has announced that a Linux Networx LS Visual Supersystem has achieved several major visualization records. The system achieved a rendering rate of 1.5 billion polygons per second while running Computational Engineering International's (CEI) EnSight DR -- three times the previous rendering record.

Linux re-claims the WRT54G

As predicted, the open source community has come up with a way to convert VxWorks-based LinkSys wireless WRT54G routers to Linux. The process does not require hardware hacking, and installs a recent version of "DD-WRT micro."

Jerry Fiddler Joins db4objects Board of Directors

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