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The Apache HTTP server - now 10 years old - is the product of an open source initiative dedicated to keeping the internet free from commercial control. It is a key part of the Lamp (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl/Python) platform.
The federal government, vastly extending the reach of an 11-year-old law, is requiring hundreds of universities, online communications companies and cities to overhaul their Internet computer networks to make it easier for law enforcement authorities to monitor e-mail and other online communications.
The GNOME Foundation is holding a referendum through the end of next week to decide how many people will sit on its board of directors.
In a move that could put Google in competition with eBay, the search giant is testing a new service that would allow people to post and make searchable any type of content, a Google spokeswoman confirmed Tuesday.
Google's controversial Web Accelerator application that is designed to lessen the time it takes to load Web pages has returned after a four-month hiatus. But the second revision of the application, which is still in beta, does not address concerns with the first release, webmasters say.
SGI Altix and SGI InfiniteStorage Shared Filesystem CXFS Transparently Manages Multiple Operating Systems in an SGI SAN Environment [Pharmaceutical company, Organon, is using the SGI SAN solution to manage several operating environments, including a Linux cluster and Linux on an Altix 350 system. This solution overcomes the limitations of NFS. -Ed]
In June, GroundWork released its GroundWork Monitor Architect (Monarch), a free, open source configuration management tool that simplified the deployment of Nagios and GroundWork Monitor, GroundWork's IT management solution based on Nagios. GroundWork recently announced GroundWork Monitor 4. However, that announcement appears to be only the tip of the iceberg as far as GroundWork's future plans are concerned.
Microsoft has joined a Yahoo-backed effort to digitise the world's books and other works to make them searchable and accessible to anyone online.
In the true spirit of Linux, there is a slightly different approach to support than the commercial norm. After all, Linux represents an unparalleled community of experts, it includes industry leading problem determination tools, and of course, the product itself includes the source code. These resources are in addition to the professional Linux support services that are available from companies, such as IBM, and the various Linux vendors, such as Redhat and SUSE. Making the most of these additional resources is called "self-service" and is the main topic covered by this book.
Sixty per cent of Red Hat Linux is distributed through partners like Dell, Hewlett Packard and IBM, eliminating Red Hat from direct contact with a large number of users.
In an earlier look at LDAP, we set up a simple LDAP-based authentication system. We configured client machines to retrieve authentication information from a server running OpenLDAP. Now let's go further by enabling encryption and looking at how to make user modifications through LDAP.
A group of companies including PalmSource Inc. and France Télécom SA plan to launch an initiative in mid-November to standardize the applications layer of Linux-based mobile devices, representatives involved in the project said. The group will be called the Linux Phone Standardization Forum (LiPS).
NTT DoCoMo has licensed Embedded Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) software from Ecrio Inc. for use as an option on its 3G FOMA handsets. The technology will initially be deployed on DoCoMo's 902i series handsets, introduced today. DoCoMo's earlier 3G FOMA mobile phone, the N900iL, runs Linux.
Although Krzysztof Klincewicz, a researcher at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, attempted to define "innovation," his argument that open-source projects should be promoted more extensively requires more examination, said IDC analyst Dan Kusnetzky. "What is innovation?" he asked.
News Analysis: Google may not be releasing an open-source operating system or a desktop suite, but the company is promoting, supporting and using open-source software.
In responding to a reader's questions, Abe writes:"I think you made a good choice by starting with OpenSuse 10. Six years ago, I started using Red Hat Linux then I tried Suse. Today, Suse is still my main distro (distribution). It is complete good desktop/server that has everything and anything you can think of and available as part of FOSS (Free Open Source Software)."
Related to: An old hacker slaps up Slackware
"The open source database market is immature compared to the market for proprietary products from the likes of Oracle and IBM," Andrews said. "We haven't had that test of time where you can really measure which is more secure. But there's no question that we're seeing an appetite for open source."
[Ed: Perhaps Andrews should take a course in if it's been unbroken for ten years in a majority of web sites on the Internet, maybe it works.]
Both companies take big strides in showing that their companies are supportive of ODF.
When it comes to digitizing books, two stories appear to be unfolding: One is about open source, and the other, Google.
Or so it seemed at a party held by the Internet Archive on Tuesday evening, when the nonprofit foundation and a parade of partners, including the Smithsonian Institution, Hewlett-Packard, Yahoo and Microsoft's MSN, rallied around a collective open-source initiative to digitize all the world's books and make them universally available.
Centeris emerged from stealth mode to release the public beta version of its Likewise 1.0 software for managing Linux servers in a Microsoft Windows network Wednesday. The start-up also announced it had raised over $5 million in venture capital funding.
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