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Ajax Hacks

Everybody loves Ajax. Javaists, Rubyists, Pythonistas; even Microsofties get to play with Ajax in the form of Atlas. Book publishers love Ajax too, judging by the stack of new titles coming hot off the presses.

VMware and Xen Management with BixData

  • HowtoForge; By Jed McCaleb (Posted by falko on Nov 16, 2006 9:31 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
BixData is a system, application, and network monitoring tool which allows you to easily monitor nearly every aspect of your servers. The newly released version 2.6 is the only application that has the ability to control both Xen and VMware virtual machines. You can control both VM Hosts (the computer that's running the VM software) and VM Guests (the virtual machines running on the hosts).

FSF praises Sun's commitment to OS

Richard Stallman, the president and founder of The Free software Foundation, has praised Sun Microsystems for distributing its proprietary Java platform under the GNU General Public Licence

Olive 0.2 Screenshot Walkthrough

Olive is a GNU/Linux Live distribution. It offers quite a good deal of new technologies, hardly witnessed ever before, as well as some of the more common pieces of software. It's size is approx. 110MiB, yet it allows a lot of software to be used. Olive's whole point is to display how easy to use Linux may be, yet without losing any of the features required for heavy-duty work. It's also supposed to show various unusual new technologies, not widely known or accepted.

Book Review: SUSE Linux 10.1 Kick Start

SUSE Linux 10.1 Kick Start is part of SAMS new Shortcut Series. To bring you up to speed, here's a quote from the source: "Short Cuts are short, concise, PDF documents designed specifically for busy technical professionals like you. Each Short Cut is tightly focused on a specific technology or technical problem. This may be a cutting-edge new technology that shows great promise, or it may be an existing technology that has reached the "tipping point" and is about to take off." Visit the Shortcut Home Page for more information on this series.

Getting My Kicks On Route 64

Some months ago I started collecting the pieces I needed to build my own 64-bit computer. I'm not a complete stranger to building machines, I've put together a dozen or so during the past twenty years, but it's been quite a while since I started one from scratch, and my experience with this machine was more instructive than it was meant to be. Nevertheless, at long last Studio Dave has gone 64-bit crazy. Well, not really crazy, but certainly more than mildly enthusiastic.

Ubuntu spinoff distro adds codecs, plugins, more

A new name has joined SimplyMEPIS as one of the first Ubuntu-derived Linux distributions: Linux Mint, which features a 2.6.17 kernel and the GNOME 2.16.1 desktop. Ubuntu, itself based on Debian Linux code, has only been in production use since October of 2004.

First Issue of Amarok Weekly Newsletter Released

In the first issue of the Amarok Weekly Newsletter, we talk about music store integration and security, search inside lyrics, a new GStreamer-based engine, support for user-definable labels and promotional activities.

Google Sponsors the LinuxBIOS project

  • Google Code Blog; By Stefan Reinauer (Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Nov 16, 2006 5:43 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The LinuxBIOS project aims to take down the last barrier in Open Source systems by providing a free firmware (BIOS) implementation. LinuxBIOS celebrates its Sixth anniversary this year, and has an installed base of over 1 million LinuxBIOS systems. With the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project, that number is expected to exceed 10 million users in 2007. LinuxBIOS supports 65 mainboards from 31 vendors in v1 and another 56 mainboards from 27 vendors in v2.

Novell Launches Enhanced Channel Program

Novell Inc. wants to make its PartnerNetprogram easier and more profitable for its partners. PartnerNet 2007, which launches this month, introduces several key new partner benefits, including technology specializations, an integrated partner portal, and partner tracks to ensure partners get the right attention for their specific business model.

Using Apache Derby databases, Part 2: Manage IT services beyond mere deployment

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Stephen B Morris (Posted by solrac on Nov 16, 2006 4:38 AM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM; Story Type: News Story
Learn how you can use this technology with Apache Derby to create the basis of a converged provider environment.

Public Sector to Drive Open-Source Takeup in Germany

Germany’s cash-strapped public sector will be the driving force behind the takeup of open-source software in the country as state-run organizations strive to lower their IT costs, according to a study released Wednesday by the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering.

NL: Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 RC1 (etch)

Het besturingssysteem Debian GNU/Linux is sinds kort voorzien van de eerste release candidate van versie 4.0, ook bekend onder de codenaam etch. Met etch wordt onder andere ondersteuning voor het AMD64-platform toegevoegd, GCC 4.1 de standaard compiler en X.Org de verzorger voor het X Window System X11. Zoals gewoonlijk is deze update beschikbaar voor verschillende hardwareplatformen zoals alpha, arm, i386, ia64, mips, powerpc en sparc. De meegeleverde aankondiging ziet er als volgt uit:

Port MySQL PHP applications to the DB2 on i5/OS

This Article includes information about what types of architectures exist for PHP, how to install PHP, how to use the DB2 database with PHP on the i5/OS and how to Migrating PHP applications from MySQL to DB2 on System i.

Monitor your Linux computer with machine-generated music

Explore audible information methods and configurations to help you monitor and manage your computing environment.

Microsoft May Indemnify Some Red Hat Linux Users

The company, while trying to reach a patent agreement with Red Hat, has not ruled out going it alone and providing some sort of indemnification for its customers who use Red Hat Linux.

Geekcorps wins tech award for innovative PC

When the Geekcorps Mali team set out to design a computer that could withstand the harsh elements of the Malian desert, their only goal was to help create a better economy in the small community through the use of technology. They never expected it would lead to an award.

Linspire offers free email and file storage services

First, there was Freespire; then, free CNR. Now, here comes FreeLinuxEmail, a free email and file storage system from Linspire Inc. It's not much of a name, and not a completely accurate one, either. The system was developed by Messaging Engine of Melbourne, Australia. It offers anywhere-access for Linspire 5-0 and Freespire 1.0 users. FreeLinuxEmail boasts free email and file storage, and a swift web interface. It supports SMTP for sending email and WAP for mobile phone access.

Get top-quality scans from your scanner with Lprof

The key to getting first-rate image output on any operating system is setting up a good workflow. One piece of the workflow puzzle that used to be out of reach for Linux users is device profiling -- accurately measuring hardware devices like scanners and monitors to account for their differing capabilities. But a relatively young open source application called Lprof does a professional job at that task.

Common Problems Modern Engineers Face

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Lewin Edwards (Posted by IdaAshley on Nov 15, 2006 10:17 PM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM; Story Type: News Story
While per-transistor failure rates may be down, overall reliability hasn't declined as much as people sometimes assume, and modern systems are often much harder to repair than older ones. Following up on a previous article, Lewin Edwards reviews more of the problems modern engineers face.

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