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LTSP's Jim McQuillan wrote on the LTSP site that there are some differences between Ubuntu's implementation of LTSP and the current version LTSP 4.1.1.
"But we have worked very closely with the Ubuntu team to help ensure that it works very well, and I must say that I'm very impressed with the results," McQuillan wrote.
Nonprofit enlists Adobe, IBM, Intel and HP to make Linux more attractive to desktop software developers.
When new hardware that supports virtualization technology comes on the market next year, IT managers will have more to choose from than popular software from VMware Inc. and Microsoft.
Windows shops will likely be looking over the Xen 3.0 hypervisor and commercial products built on this release, such as software from XenSource Inc., in Palo Alto, Calif. Xen is an open source alternative for x86 computers that can execute multiple virtual machines, each with its own operating system (OS), on a physical system. The latest release, Xen 3.0, is expected out in early November.
Vision(TM) X115 solution enables more compact handsets with in-demand multimedia features, while cutting costs by up to 20 percent
India's Canara Bank has opted for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) as the platform to automate more than 1,000 branches of the bank across the country, according to Red Hat Inc.
Aims to Promote Linux Software Development in Greater China and Enhance its Popularity
Ruby is a single inheritance language, but it offers some advanced features that Java technology does not, such as closures (think anonymous inner classes on steroids) and mix-ins. This article introduces using the Ruby Development Tools (RDT) plug-in for Eclipse, which allows Eclipse to become a first-rate Ruby development environment. Ruby developers who want to learn how to use the rich infrastructure of the Eclipse community to support their language will benefit, as will Java developers who are interested in using Ruby.
Introduction This is the main Web site for the Open Source Academy, its aim is to encourage the use of Open Source software by local authorities throughout the United Kingdom. In addition, this server will be used to host pages for a similar initiative aimed at SME's across the EU.
We've all heard the hype about how Sun and Google may someday, somehow, produce a version of StarOffice or OpenOffice.org that you'll access online through your browser instead of installing an office suite on your hard drive. Even though I think "The Network is the Computer" makes a fine marketing slogan, I am still going to keep most of my software where it belongs: on my own computer. Here are three reasons why.
Microsoft has claimed the cost of software is not an important issue in the developing world.
Steve Stecklow writes "Jon Lech Johansen dropped out of high school after just one year. He lives alone most of the time, except when he stays with his parents in his native Norway. The 21-year-old doesn't drive, rarely goes to parties and says he has no close friends, except his father. He spends about nine hours a day in front of his computer screen.
"Yet this reclusive young Norwegian is the man who may be the entertainment industry's worst nightmare. Mr. Johansen, Hollywood executives claim, has done more than almost anyone in the world to ignite the explosion of movie piracy on the Internet, costing them billions of dollars in lost sales. He scoffs at that."
In our view, if Hollywood would provide the Linux software to watch the movies we bought as they do with Microsoft Windows and allow us to watch them on our personal computers, then maybe they would not have a problem. -Ed
BEIJING, Oct. 17 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- China TechFaith Wireless Communication Technology Limited (Nasdaq: CNTF), a handset application software and handset solution provider based in China, today announced updated financial guidance for the third quarter ended September 30, 2005 and the full year ending December 31, 2005. Based on preliminary information, the Company expects revenues for the third quarter 2005 will increase to approximately US$23 million or approximately 10% over the second quarter of 2005, with net income of approximately US$11 million for the third quarter of 2005. T
Welcome to our issue number 18 of Fedora Weekly News.
Built-In Network Media Server, Secure Peer-To-Peer Digital Content Sharing Anywhere in the World and Gigabit Ethernet Speed Raise the Bar for Easy, Centralized Storage for Consumers and Small Businesses
John Layden writes: "Microsoft has warned enterprises of glitches involving a security update issued last week. A patch designed to fix a flaw in Windows middleware components (MS05-051.mspx) creates system instability in environments with modified Access Control List (ACL) settings."
Today, Alan Yates of Microsoft will make a presentation to the National Association of State CIOs explaining how Open Source practices are inferior to Microsoft's. How unfortunate for Mr. Yates if someone in the conference reads the news. - Ed.
CeRoma has Licensed the ARM1136J(F)-S and ARM7TDMI Processors With the Artisan High-Speed Library to Develop High-Performance, Consumer Devices
- Rigorous Comparative Review Against Leading BI Vendors Puts Cognos in Top Position -
Editor's reference: See Cognos Solution for Linux
"Anyone who would trade their freedom for safety deserves neither freedom or safety." -Ben Franklin
Related to the article FOSS: The Savior of Democracy
Agencies Invest in SGI Supercomputing and Storage Solutions to Protect Citizens and Businesses with Accurate Forecasts
Founding Member of Lab's New Mobile Linux Initiative
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