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Major EE trade journal discovers embedded Linux

  • LinuxDevices.com (Posted by tadelste on Feb 28, 2006 9:18 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
One of the largest electronics design magazines has published an extensive, detailed primer on Linux in consumer electronics (CE). Written by Technical Editor Warren Webb, and published in EDN magazine, the well-written article presents an extensive list of advantages driving CE Linux adoption, along with a few lingering concerns.

Develop Your Own Filesystem With FUSE

  • dW (Posted by idean on Feb 28, 2006 8:31 PM EDT)
With Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE), you can develop a user space filesystem framework without understanding filesystem internals or learning kernel module programming. Follow this simple, step-by-step guide to install, customize, and enable FUSE and AFS, so you can create your own fully functional filesystem in user space in Linux.

Ubuntu: Dapper Drake

I use Dapper Drake on my laptop because it doesn't do everything I want it to do. But, I'm bound and determined to make sure the final release can do everything I want it to do.

Best-Selling Business Guru Geoffrey Moore To Keynote at 2006 Desktop Linux Summit

Author of “Crossing the Chasm” Headlines Agenda of Open Source Thought Leaders at Event, April 24-25 in San Diego

Linux (and the Mac) Aren't Even Trying

Linux is a newer entrant and its failure is more egregious. For more than a year I tried to put a major Linux exec on the cover. Every time I had something lined up with Novell, its leader would quit or get the boot. At least Novell gave us the time of day. Red Hat is another story. For that same year I pestered the company seeking an interview with the CEO -- with no response. I've never seen such a PR black hole.

SCO Loses Latest Subpoena Attempts

A judge has denied SCO's subpoenas against Oracle, IBM and others accusing them of using SCO's Unix code to improve Linux.

Unix System Admin tricks of the trade

The focus of this article is on getting the most from the available tools and insight across a range of different UNIX environments.

Can Microsoft Keep the Server OS Lead?

Longhorn is going to face some very tough competition as Microsoft strives to hold off Linux and Solaris on the server front.

My desktop OS: SUSE 10.0

I'm a student, and I use my computer mainly for word processing, surfing the Internet, listening to music, and watching videos. I am also a musician, and have set up a small home studio around my computer. For years I used Windows, but I wasn't happy with the software or Microsoft's marketing strategies. After moving to SUSE 10.0, I am quite satisfied.

Debian Weekly News - February 28th, 2006

  • Mailing list; By Martin Schulze (Posted by tadelste on Feb 28, 2006 3:29 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Newsletter; Groups: Debian
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Debian Weekly News
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Ajax Foundations, Ajax at Work: Book Reviews

One book for new Ajax users and one for those wanting more code than theory.

What Corporate Projects Should Learn from Open Source

Posites how an off hours open source developer follows best practices and suggests strongly that corporate types learn to allow those practices to seep into corporate development. Outlines why corporate development should follow the same rules of behaviour. Finally ending with these sage words of advice: "The Fastest Way Through the Project Is to Do It Right" as the last section heading.

Comment of the Day -february 28, 2006 - What a HP Rep Does

  • Lxer.com -Article; By sharkscott (Posted by tadelste on Feb 28, 2006 1:10 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: LXer Features
Scott writes: Ask them if they use IE, WMP(Windows Media Player), Quicktime, Itunes, Word, Excell, PowerPoint, Access and always ask them how many Anti-Viruses they are using. You have to make sure that you always end with the AntiViruses, trust me, I tell you why in a second.

You will find that roughly 99% of the people you talk to do not even use all of those programs I listed and do not use any outside of it. Almost all of them only use, IE, Word, WMP maybe Quicktime a little and whatever Anti-Virus or Anti-Viruses they have installed.

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Breaking down barriers to Linux desktop adoption

Sita OSS tender winners cautiously optimistic

A cautious optimism is running through the open source industry after Sita awarded potentially South Africa's biggest open source deal last week, selecting eight companies to be the suppliers of open source software and support services to the government and Sita over the next three years. The question on everybody's lips: where to from here?

Apple Debuts Intel Mini

The new Mac minis will be available in two configurations based around the Intel Core Solo or Intel Core Duo processors the Intel Core Duo processor running at speeds of 1.5 to 1.66 GHz, with an Intel GMA950 graphics processor with 64 MB of video memory, support for up to 2 GB of RAM, a slot loading optical drive, four USB 2.0 ports, one FireWire 400 port, and built-in gigabit Ethernet, Airport Extreme (802.11g) wireless networking, and Bluetooth 2.0+ER. The Mac mini also offers DVI video output, a VGA output, plus S-video and composite video out, along with combined optical digital audio input and outputs using minijacks (the output also doubles as a headphone jack. The Mac mini's tiny form factor has not changed: users still need to bring their own keyboards, mice, and monitors, but the Mac mini itself is still under 3 pounds, two inches high, and six and a half inches wide and deep.

Why pay-to-spam does not violate network neutrality



A new policy announced by America Online and Yahoo! will let email senders pay extra to bypass mail filters. This should not be compared to the much more serious issue of network neutrality, as critics charge.

On Digg.com

The Expandable, Versatile MadTux LivePC

  LXer Feature: 28-Dec-05

LXer editor, Don Parris, takes a gander at the MadTux LivePC. Whether you just want to provide Internet access to visiting relatives, setup a computer lab down at the church, or support a high-tech, roaming workforce, you're likely to find the LivePC easy on the budget and heavy on the utilities.


Digg Story

Linux is a better Linux than Sun Solaris10



Sun has purportedly gone out of its way to draw Linux developers to its hardware platform. Analysts even say that Sun has finally made peace with Linux. But if you look at their web site they appear to have a different story to tell as they attempt to build community support for Solaris10. Frankly, we believe Linux beats Sun in so many categories that we don't even have a race. While Sun wants you to "get the facts" we notice that they persist in comparing Solaris10 to Red Hat's enterprise model. But that's not the only Linux out there.

On Digg.com

nuBridges Introduces truExchange Collaboration Solutions

  • PR Newswire; By Press release (Posted by tadelste on Feb 28, 2006 5:56 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release
Linux-Based eBusiness Platform Offers 100 Percent Visibility for Supply Chain Management

Desktop publishing with Writer and Scribus

Although OpenOffice.org Writer offers many tools that allow you to create sophisticated layouts, you might want to use a dedicated desktop publishing application to lay out a brochure or a book. The latest version of the open source DTP application Scribus, 1.3.2, can import Writer's .odt documents, which makes Writer and Scribus a perfect combo for DTP work. Here's a brief overview of Scribus' essential tools and features from Writer users' point of view.

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