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The OSDL is bringing together the best and brightest of Linux desktop developers to smooth Linux's road to challenging Windows on the desktop.
Some vulnerabilities have been reported in the Linux Kernel, which potentially can be exploited by malicious, local users to cause a DoS (Denial of Service).
[Ed: Secunia did not classify these as critical, but don't take chances you aren't prepared to pay for. - dcparris]
News Analysis:The newest version of the KDE Linux and Unix desktop interface will have users happy that vendors have recently decided to keep supporting it.
Aker Philadelphia Shipyard, formerly known as Kvaerner Philadelphia Shipyard, and LinuxForce, a leading technology services provider specializing in the development, implementation, management and support of Linux-based systems, have signed a long-term services agreement wherein LinuxForce will monitor and maintain a number of GNU/Linux systems for Aker.
KDE 3.5 brings improvements in aesthetics, usability and performance as well as adding new functionality and features. A full list can be found in the developer changelog
, but for humans here is a visual guide to some of the best improvements.
November 29, 2005 -- (WEB HOST INDUSTRY REVIEW) -- Red Hat (redhat.com) said on Tuesday that defense technology developer Camber Corporation had deployed Red Hat Enterprise Linux for its computing and Web-based warfare training.
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Every sysadmin has his own "can't live without" tools. Today, I'll review some tools I can't live without, and some others which just make life easier. The covered tools include command line tools, GUI tools, and even a webpage.
[Ed: Hans wrote this very useful article. He says that plenty of other tools exist for admins out there besides the ones he uses regularly. Maybe some of them are on your list. Let us know about your most valuable utilities in the comments section. -tadelste]
Oh, that it were all as simple as downloading some free software. Open-source software is a maturing, ever-more viable option for small business, but reducing cost through its use requires a careful approach
Don't get alarmed, but I'm now going to suggest that you put Linux on your business desktop. I'm even going to say that this is a no-risk exercise.
Every year, the Software& Information Industry Association runs its Codie Awards to recognize software excellence. This year, as every year, the Best Open Source Solution category is woefully under-represented, for procedural reasons that the organization could and should fix. But you can help pick the winner.
If you're at all like me, you tend to be just a little careful with your corporate IT infrastructure. What I do not want to hear is, "Hey, let's rip out these mission-critical services, replace them with this open source thing we keep hearing about, and see what happens.
"What I have wanted to hear about are ways to introduce open source software (OSS) into my corporate IT services without risking any problems at all. If you'd like to know what I've heard, then read on
Despite Sony's claim to have ordered the recall of the rootkit protected music CDs, those discs were easily purchased by investigators at major outlets. The action taken by the office were letters to the retailers advising them to promptly return their entire inventory of these security risk discs back to Sony. Since it seems Mr. Spitzer is well aware of the security issues and the laggard pace of removal it may be likely that legal action from the State of New York may be pursued against Sony.
There will be no new open license for Microsoft's XML Office format after all. Instead, Microsoft simply states that it won't sue for use of its XML Office format patents.
Trolltech Launches First Linux-based VoIP Framework for Handheld Devices
Build a low-cost, terabyte-sized backup server using Linux and back up your digital audio files, digital images and digital movie recordings.
"Basically the operation is shutting down." With these words, Tal Danzig, the owner and technical lead for the Libranet distribution, quietly announced in his blog on November 25 the news that users had been dreading ever since his announcement two months ago that the distribution was "restructuring."
While the people that develop for Linux bust their backsides to bring us quality applications, Java developers are supplying us with excellent programs in the meantime.
[Dinotrac did some independent research and analysis, instead of accepting the article's premise like a good little consumer. -tuxchick]
Here's the part that's really getting their goat:
Year to Year growth in ULW share:
And then, when you consider the great unreported "market", Linux uptake is huge and growing faster by far than Windows servers.
The bottom line: A Microsoft monopoly in the server room is a pipe dream.
See the article, thread, and complete comment here.
My name is Henry the Adequate and I am a superhero. I am also a computer genius, and a Linux Guru (notice the capitals - this denotes an official status). So, following up on my Damn Small Review
, here is my review of the brilliant new Ubuntu 5.10.
Web browser news can rarely be described as hot, but today's launch of an update to Firefox managed to creep into the red on our news thermometers.
That's because since the Stuff team adopted the version 1.0 of the browser at the expense of Internet Explorer almost a year ago, we've found our web surfing an infinitely more agreeable experience.
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