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Howto Setup Streaming Media Server in Ubuntu GNU/Linux

  • only Ubuntu (Posted by gg234 on Apr 5, 2007 11:44 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Ubuntu
If you have a large music collection then streaming it across a LAN, or the internet, is a logical thing to do with it.This is simple guide how to setup Streaming Media Server in Ubuntu GNU/Linux

Transgaming Cedega 6.0 Preview

  • Phoronix; By Michael Larabel (Posted by phoronix on Apr 5, 2007 10:57 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux; Story Type: News Story
While id Software and Epic Games are among the few major companies that are Linux gaming patrons, if you've been wanting to play such games as Battlefield 2142 or Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, you will now be able to do so starting April 14! Next week Transgaming will be introducing Cedega 6.0 "Swordfish". Among the features are increased performance, usability improvements, and a horde of new games support. Phoronix was fortunate enough to receive an advanced media release copy of Cedega 6.0 and today we will be just hitting the tip of the iceberg when it comes to all of the changes that make up this release.

M2m dev kit bundles Wind River Linux

Oxford Semiconductor is shipping a Linux-based development kit for its recently-launched ARM9-based SoC (system-on-chip) for machine-to-machine (M2M) messaging applications, including factory automation, POS (point-of-sales), and building management. The DS-OXETHx954 kit comes with Wind River Platform Linux, and trial versions of Wind River and CodeSourcery tools.

NULLFS Q&A and Systhread at SourceForge

A few noteworthy items for readers. Several readers have asked about nullfs implementations on linux or more correctly template filesystems on linux. The short answers are loopback, libfs and fuse; the longer answer can be found here. Recently a new version of the Enlightenment Thumbnailing Utility was released both at this site and several e17 related sites. One of the requirements for eapps is a repository - one has been setup for all of the systhread code - so anyone who would like to track our projects may feel free to do so. Instructions for sf.net anoncvs can be found on the main coding page.

The Linux Foundation Boosts Its Membership

The three newest members are expected to help deepen the foundation's understanding of the issues and opportunities for Linux in multiple environments.

Openoffice.org receives update

OpenOffice.org has released version 2.2 of it office suite. OpenOffice.org is an office suite similar to Microsoft Office, but written by the OpenOffice.org Community and released under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). When OpenOffice.org first came out, there where many claims that it would act as an Microsoft Office replacement with pundits citing the increased cost of Microsoft's product along with a large feature set that most users never touched.

Next-generation Linux Clusters

At a high level, a cluster is an aggregation of multiple standalone computers (nodes) linked together through a high-speed connection to create a single shared computing resource. A key benefit of this distributed processing architecture is that complex computations can be broken down and run serial or parallel among the individual nodes, resulting in a dramatic improvement in the time required to process large problems and complex tasks. For that reason, clusters are used for CPU-intensive jobs where massive processing power is required, such as when running simulations, computer-aided design, and rendering.

Montavista touts faster, smaller embedded Linux

In a nod toward the RTOS market that founder Jim Ready pioneered, MontaVista is shipping a new version of its commercial embedded Linux distribution said to offer true real-time performance along with a very small footprint. MontaVista Linux Professional Edition Version 5.0 boasts enhanced real-time performance and lower resource usage.

SCO tries to grok Pamela Jones (again)

Come out, come out, wherever you are. The SCO Group has asked a US court to reel in the reclusive legal blogger Pamela Jones ofGroklaw fame in its arcane Linux intellectual property prosecutions of Novell and IBM.

Firefox's 'The Coop' Tests Social Browsing

Firefox is getting a social life. Mozilla Labs, Mozilla's research group, today detailed "The Coop," an experimental set of content sharing tools for Web browsers.

Microsoft calls on UK public to raise the Office standard

Microsoft is calling on the Great British public to join its campaign to get the XML Office format adopted as an international standard.

Open Source Technologies are Paving New Channel Inroads

The first thing that naturally comes to mind is Linux and then maybe the Apache Web server project. But all across the landscape, there are a number of less-ambitious, open-source efforts under way that hold a lot of promise for solution providers looking to shore up their profitability. One class that is beginning to get plenty of attention is all the work being done around the Asterik voice over IP telephony project that is now being packaged for commercial use by companies such as Digium. The Digium offering is an appliance based on a Linux distribution created by rPath that has already received a number of positive reviews in terms of its ability to compete with proprietary offerings from Avaya and Cisco.

SimplyMEPIS 6.5 Final Offers Many Updates For 6.0 Users

SimplyMEPIS 6.5 for 32 and 64 bit Intel and AMD based PCs and MacTels has been released by MEPIS. 6.5 started as a minor update to the Ubuntu pool compatible 6.0 release of SimplyMEPIS but the project quickly expanded to add the 7.1 X window manager, newer display and wireless drivers, Mac Intel support, Amarok music player with music store and mtp support, and the experimental Beryl 3D desktop.

Damn Small Linux The Portable Desktop

We’ve written about portable apps quite a number of times in the past, but why bother with just apps when there’s a whole OS that’ll fit on a 50MB USB stick? Damn Small Linux, sometimes abbreviated DSL, is a 50MB mini desktop Linux distribution.

ODBC for Ajax Web Clients

  • IBM/alphaWorks (Posted by IdaAshley on Apr 4, 2007 11:51 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: IBM
Enable Web client to directly access server-side relational data without compromising enterprise security with IBM Database Connectivity for JavaScript. Web 2.0 applications can thus use this to access relational data as a first-class construct instead of through ad hoc protocols.

A first look at SimplyMEPIS 6.5

This review takes a quick look at the just-released, Ubuntu-based SimplyMEPIS 6.5 Linux distribution. DesktopLinux.com columnist Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols finds it easy to install and configure, and a solid desktop platform to use, but notes that Beryl 3D graphics support can be challenging to get working.

FreeSBIE -- first (and mostly negative) impressions

At this point, I've run about 15 or so live Linux CDs with varying degrees of success. And yes, I have manually configured a static networking connection before -- Fluxbuntu's "command line interface is EVERYTHING" philosophy sent me to the Web for instructions on how to do so. But I'm not a full card-carrying geek, so I'm not all that crazy about going to the command line with no help whatsoever just to get freakin' Internet flowing into the box with a live CD I've never run before on an OS I've also never run before.

MIT fixes critical Kerberos 5 flaws

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has fixed several critical Kerberos 5 flaws attackers could exploit to cause a denial of service, bypass security restrictions and hijack targeted machines.

TIBCO open sources testing

TIBCO's GITAK (General Interface Test Automation Kit) has now been open sourced by the company. This gives developers a free tool for building automatic quality assurance testing routines for enterprise applications components.

Open Source Parking Spoofing Headers to Benefit Apache

An open source initiative to reverse gains for Microsoft web server software appears to be using edited server headers to try and improve the showing of the Apache web server. Sites using the Open Source Parking service report that they are running on Apache, but appear to actually be hosted on lighttpd. Both Apache and lighttpd are open source web servers, but Apache leads in the Netcraft survey with a 59 percent market share, while lighttpd is a newcomer with just 1.2% share.

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