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The Workplace Managed Client Developer Toolkit is a set of plug-ins for Eclipse 3.01 or later. It provides wizards, navigators, builders, and other tools for developers who want to develop, test, and deploy applications quickly. This article walks you through the process of creating a basic application with the Workplace Managed Client Developer Toolkit.
The Linsoft.cz people write... we have decided to build a Linux Software directory easy to use, with good navigation, costumer reports etc. which would be the first source of information about Linux Software on the internet. That is why it is done bilingualy, in Czech and English. There are still many features to add, stay tuned.
...we have 1660 software items in our database, and in February we had over 1000 visitors a day with peak of 2900.
32% are Czech
15% from USA
12% from Poland
6% from Slovakia
4% from Germany.
The Linuxer Team writes: Here is the place for greek tuxers...
Sorry but content of this site is provided only in greek language.
If you understand greek then please press on greek flag at the left bottom..
Reload the page to see new tip &funny messages
Enjoy your visit..
The page from which we are quoting is in English. We're please to know that they often link to our articles.
We're also please to tell you that Linuxer runs on a XBOX using Xebian.
A French consortium has reached an agreement with government representatives in China to develop a middleware stack using open source software from ObjectWeb.
I decided to investigate so I downloaded a free network tracing tool, Ethereal, to a computer on which the player was installed and captured network traffic during the Player’s startup. A quick look through the trace log confirmed the users comment: the Player does send an ID to a Sony web site.
[Ed.- Those darned bloggers- something must be done about them at once!]
[Ed: This formally begins our linking to a series of articles published in the past, which we have found to shed light on current affairs. - tadelste.]
Unisys and Microsoft plan to launch a marketing campaign Friday that seeks to undermine Unix, the operating system at the heart of powerful server lines from rivals Sun Microsystems, IBM and Hewlett-Packard.
Original Article Dated: March 28, 2002. Now, Unisys wants to be your friend. See: Unisys assumes open source missionary position Did Bill Gates Invent Linux and Has He Erased the Evidence?
DebConf6 will take place from the 14 May to the 22th 2006 in Oaxtepec, Mexico. It is preceded by an unofficial work camp called "debcamp", from the 6th to the 12th of May. On the 13th May, Debian Day, an information day for users, the press and Important People will be held. This will be mostly in spanish, and partly translated.
Paul relates his experience with regard to different kinds of discrimination in the work place. The subject related to age discrimination.
Paul writes: "One guy might be able to log in and fix a problem (He's my hero) -- another guy might be the type that prevented this problem from ever rearing its ugly head in the first place -- how do you, as a middle manager, even see the latter value if it doesn't happen?"
Realted to: Avoiding Oblivion in Your Tech Career
Sudo is a handy little tool that is of value to both system administrators and common folks like us. What does it do? It allows you to temporarily assume the permissions of another user, up to and including root. If you belong to the camp that says you should only have root privileges at the time they are needed, sudo makes your life a little easier by making it easier to shape-shift between the permissions for a mere mortal and those of the super user.
San Francisco, California (AHN) - The Firefox web browser's popularity is on the rise, with the number of internet users continuing to increase. Over 10% of users that browse the internet now use Firefox, making it only second to Internet Explorer.
Research reveals that Americans are the biggest fans of Firefox with 14.1% using it. In the United Kingdom 4.9% use it to get around online.
Simplifying software installation is a popular pastime for Linux developers. It has given us useful tools like Synaptic, YUM, checkinstall, and autopackage. A new kid on the block, Klik, approaches the problem differently, by avoiding the installation altogether.
Text-to-Speech software leader NextUp.com (www.NextUp.com) has released version 2.068 of its popular TextAloud software. This upgrade includes a new Firefox Browser Plugin which adds a TextAloud toolbar to the popular web browser, allowing users to listen to web pages read aloud on their computer. Also, users can easily convert text from web news and web based emails to audio files for portable listening. This addition compliments the Outlook and Internet Explorer toolbars also available with TextAloud to make audio browsing of the internet even easier.
The Chilean government has announced that it will not participate in the "One Laptop Per Child" program being promoted by MIT Media Lab director Nicholas Negroponte, regional press reported on Thursday.
While the Argentine government recently committed to purchasing at least half a million of the US$100 computers, the Chilean authorities showed no interest acquiring them.
Without a doubt there's a ton of people swapping the latest No Doubt album via some illicit P2P program, but that's not the piracy I'm referring to here -- I'm talking about your Aunt who had her computer compromised because she clicked the wrong email, subscribed to the wrong broadband service, or simply left her computer on during the night. Oh, let's not forget: Maybe she slid the wrong CD in to listen to some music she bought, as well.
The FreeMED Software Foundation is proud to announce the immediate availability of FreeMED version 0.8.1, which is available for download on sourceforge.
[FreeMed is a PHP-based medical informatics system. - Ed]
I attended the first "east coast" Open Source Business Conference (OSBC) in Newton, Mass. last week, along with about 400 other people. Two similar conferences have been held in San Francisco. The first one there, in 2004, had about 400 attendees, but according to conference organizer Matt Asay the 2005 one had nearly 800, and he hopes to see similar growth in the east coast version, not that this event felt empty or strayed from its theme. Almost all of the people I met at OSBC were open source users, but they were also hardheaded businessmen and businesswomen. And lawyers. In fact, four law firms helped sponsor the event.
The latest incarnation, a program called "Computer for Everyone," unveiled in March by President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, aimed to sidestep some of the problems of past programs, but so far it's garnered little support from manufacturers or consumers.
"When it comes to (bringing) computers to the poor, Brazil makes a soap opera of it," said Rogerio Goncalves, a telecommunications specialist and Webmaster in Rio de Janeiro. "Every single project of digital inclusion, from the very first one until now, has never left the desk."
In the wake of rising cost and cheaper alternatives that arguably perform better than their proprietary counterparts, open source is an option that many organisations have been drawn to exploring. For this reason, many filled the seats of the Total Linux Breakfast Seminar, to learn more about the options they can take, as well as to hear from the final speaker, on her company’s experience as an end-user of the platform.
In 2006, network administrators in high-security environments will have two new general-purpose operating systems to choose from. Both Sun Microsystems Solaris 10 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 are undergoing Level 4 Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance. With those certifications in hand, vendors are planning to offer desktop OSes that operate across many security levels, eliminating the need to put multiple computers—one for each security level—on analysts’ desks.
[Ed: Take it or leave it. GNC is biased toward Microsoft. -tadelste]
THE BRAINIACS on SCO's legal team have done it again. They are demanding IBM hand over its materials about the Linux 2.7 kernel. No, that isn't a typo, they want 2.7 info. The only problem, is that it doesn't appear to exist.
[And this on the heels of the announcement that 2.6.14 finally made it out the door last week! - Ed]
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