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Tonight on The Linux Link Tech Show

Tonight on The Linux Link Tech Show, episode 159:
Author and columnist Marcel Gagne talks about his latest book
Mozilla vs Debian, who's right?
GPLv3 is causing quite a stir in the F/OSS world
We'll see you in Columbus this weekend
And much, much more

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Distribution Release: Cross Linux From Scratch 1.0.0

Jeremy Utley has announced the release of Cross Linux From Scratch (CLFS) 1.0.0, a book that teaches how to make a cross-compiler and the necessary tools to build a basic system on a different architecture: "The CLFS Development team is pleased to announce the final release of CLFS 1.0.0, code-name 'Bender'. This release features Glibc 2.4, GCC 4.1.1, Binutils 2.17, and supports the x86, x86-64, SPARC, PowerPC, PPC64, MIPS, MIPS64, and Alpha, including multilib on those architectures that support it. Cross-building is also supported, even from non-Linux host systems such as Solaris, *BSD, and OS X."

Fear the Metasploit Framework

The Metasploit Project is one of the most popular penetration testing suites available. If you're responsible for the security of networked systems, you'll want to become familiar with Metasploit Framework, so you can test your client PCs before someone with malicious intent does it for you. I'll walk you through an example exploit of a Windows XP system to show you how effortlessly Metasploit can penetrate remote systems.

Securing NFS - Tunneling NFS over SSH

  • HowtoForge (Posted by falko on Sep 27, 2006 10:57 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The goal of this howto is building an NFS server that works on an SSH tunnel. This way all traffic between your hosts and the file server is encrypted and thus more secure. Normally you should enter a password every time you try to establish an SSH connection but since we could be mounting at bootup we will use ssh-keygen to create a keypair so we can login without entering a password. We will, however, limit that login session to executing just one command.

Review: Mesk Audio Player 0.2.1

  •; By Hadret (Posted by michux on Sep 27, 2006 10:23 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups: GNOME, Linux
Recently I've been looking for an audio player that would resemble the famous Windows player called Foobar 2000. I have found a lot of clones, and just a few original applications. Mesk audio player was among the latter. Mesk left a good impression on me, especially thanks to its smart way of presenting playlists and the generally appealing interface. The only thing stopped me from leaving Quod Libet, in favor of Mesk was the lack of tray integration.

French ISP to give away Linux computer with every broadband connection

The french telephone company Neuf Cegetel is giving away a free Linux PC with every broadband connection: an all-in-one box with an Intel 852 GM chip, Six USB Ports, 512 Mb of RAM, 512 Mb of Flash memory and integrated broadband modem/router and even a telephone. All for 150 euro. It will be running a custom distro containing Firefox, Abiword, Gnumeric, GIMP, Gkview, Ekiga, MPlayer, and Bizanga, among other things.

Linux does the job

The surest way to beat the competition is to start fast and stay ahead. That strategy made Taleo a 2006 Enterprise All-Star Award winner for the virtualized application infrastructure it completed in June 2005.

Xandros Partners with Bull to Peddle Linux on Servers

The German unit of French server maker Bull said this week that it would be offering Xandros Server on its servers. Bull will also support the desktop variant of Xandros, called Xandros Desktop, on the PCs it distributes and supports in Germany.

Open source seen as piracy cure

Since the level of software piracy in Indonesia remains the third highest in the world after Ukraine and China, a senior official says the country should "go open source".

FSF rebuts anti-GPLv3 claims

The Free Software Foundation is seeking to counter recent claims of prominent Linux programmers who have argued vehemently against new features in an update of the widely used General Public License.

Academic study hopes to uncover the secrets of open source

  • Computerworld; By Liz Tay (Posted by liz on Sep 27, 2006 7:06 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
A research team from UC Davis has been awarded a three-year, US$750,000 NSF grant to investigate the open source phenomenon.

Red Hat grapples with Wall St. over JBoss

Red Hat was grilled by Wall Street today on plans its for JBoss after profits took a nose-dive in Q2. Chief executive Matthew Szulik fielded question after question on finances, business and technical tactics for the recently acquired company by an analyst crowd clearly trying to figure out its impact on Red Hat.

SAM Linux revs up

A new version of the PCLinuxOS-based SAM Linux Desktop was released on Sept. 25. SAM 2006-3 includes a kernel and the XFce desktop, and comes as a combination live and installation CD.

Red Hat, IIT Delhi hold knowledge symposium

Red Hat has shared the proceedings of their recently held Knowledge Symposium titled, " Owning the Future: Ideas and their role in the digital age". The event organized jointly by IIT Delhi and Red Hat was held in New Delhi and was supported by the Software Freedom Law Center, CII and Creative Commons.

ReviewLinux.Com: First Look Christian Ubuntu

  • ReviewLinux.Com; By Michael Perks (Posted by ReviewLinux on Sep 27, 2006 4:57 AM EDT)
ReviewLinux.Com shows a short screenshot tour of the new Ubuntu Christian Edition 1.3 Linux. There is also a short video of Ubuntu Christian 1.3.

Open-source guru Eric Raymond joins Freespire board

In a move that some may have sensed was coming, Eric S. Raymond -- one of the co-founders of the open-source movement -- will become the newest member of the Freespire Leadership Board on Sept. 27.

Taking OpenPower for a Spin: Exploring 64-bit Linux on POWER5

The OpenPower program offers free remote access to servers running 64-bit Linux on POWER5 processors. In Part 1 of the series, learn the process of getting access to a system and compiling applications for it, focusing on issues unique to "guest" software development without root privileges. In Part 2, he reviews code and data portability issues providing concrete examples to answer why porting is even hard. In Part 3 look at types of issues involved with portability from one architecture to another and contrast APIs with hardware interfaces.

One Laptop Per Child Update

Christopher Blizzard who leads the OLPC effort in Red Hat has a long update on the interesting changes and progress in the OLPC project

Indian schools to use homebrew Debian distro

Earlier this month we learned via an AP story that the southern Indian state of Kerela is in the process of migrating all computers in its 12,500 high schools from Windows to Linux. Today, learned what distribution they plan to use: a homegrown, Debian-offshoot dubbed "IT@School GNU/Linux."

GPLv3: What is an alternative solution?

Kernel developers criticize GPLv3, FSF responds to "misleading information" and Linus Torvalds praises GPLv2. But certain questions remain unasnwered. If GPLv2 is so great and GPLv3 is so bad, how do we address DRM and software patents, and prevent GPLv2 "quid pro quo" from being circumvented?

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