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It's time for the Windows and Linux communities to drop the religious war and get together in a hurry to put the strengths of each operating system to best use, according to a nationally recognized authority on Windows Server.
[I couldn't agree more that we need a truce. Now just tell Microsoft to cease their anti-competitive behavior, their legal, political, and PR shenanigans, and then we can actually talk about a truce. - dcparris]
Google has released a version of Google Earth for Linux, at last. The Beta Version 4 has been tested on numerous versions of Linux, including Ubuntu, Suse, Linspire and Red Hat, and is a significant improvement to running Google Earth under Wine.
...but men are just as welcome! The Fedora Infrastructure and Administration Project is looking for people who want to help create & maintain infrastructure that will take Fedora to the next level.
Red Hat is not losing any sleep over Microsoft's impending entry into the cluster computing space.
Linux Australia, Australia's peak Open Source Software community group, announced the launch of a petition today calling on the Australian Federal Government to resist pressure to abandon consumer and competition rights when drafting anti-circumvention laws. New laws are required under the terms of the Free Trade Agreement negotiated between Australia and the United States.
Javed Tapia, president of Red Hat Indian Subcontinent, has put in his papers announcing his departure from the vanguard open source vendor?s India operations. He, however, would continue to be one of the directors.
Fully-Tested Solutions Continue Oracle's Efforts To Drive Down IT Costs
At the JBoss World conference, a year-old startup is launching a hosted systems management service that is aimed at getting Windows shops over their fear of open source.
According to Molly Cheah on theopenhealth
list Dr. Joan Dzenowagis has apresentation
(pdf'ed ppt) entitled Bridging the Digital Divide in Health The Role of Free and Open Source Software:"Dr. Joan Dzenowagis, is based at the World Health Organization, where she is Project Manager of the United Nations Health InterNetwork, led by WHO. This initiative is one of the four initiatives of the UN Millennium Action Plan launched by Secretary General Kofi Annan in September 2000. The Health InterNetwork is a public-private partnership which aims to improve the flow of health information for scientists, health professionals and policy makers in developing countries, using the Internet."
Having the latest computer technology is great. But what e-government users from the public sector as well as citizens really want is software interoperability. Unfortunately IT managers still only pay lip service to such interoperability, concludes a European project assessing today’s open-source movement.
I Technologies Corp (ITC) with its corporate offices located in Hartford, CT announces the release of ITCWorks™ Ver 2.1, an Open Source all Java Framework Library.
Nowadays, large hospitals in Thailand have started investing a hefty sum of money in internal information management system to increase their healthcare service efficiency. However, the majority of hospitals in Thailand, especially those in remote communities, still lack Information Technology (IT) fund for such software development.
Tux's less famous sister answers even your silliest questions on Linux and open source software.
User Level: Advanced ext2hide is a proof-of-concept program that seeks to magically hide confidential data and files where nobody will look for them. It accomplishes its magic by making use of otherwise abandoned space in the superblocks in ext2/ext3 filesystems. Even though Jason McManus, the author of the code, has been testing and using ext2hide on his own machines without catastrophic results, I urge you to use the utmost caution both in testing and using it. If you don't grok superblocks and filesystems, you probably should not experiment with ext2hide, at least until it's out of beta testing.
The latest release ofMirrorMed
is now available for download.MirrorMed-1.0RC3
has several new important features. Mostly, the billing workflow has been dramatically improved.
Tablet PC users who are looking for ink functionality in the Mozilla Firefox browser are sure to dig trying out an "alpha" ink plug-in. Loren from Incremental Blogger has posted a download for his new utility.
OSvids.com, a new site launched last week, is a twist on the traditional Linux screenshot gallery. It provides video views of dozens of distributions, giving potential Linux users a glimpse of open source desktops in action.
The Continent's regulators are scrutinizing the success of Apple's digital media platform, claiming that iTunes should be compatible with all MP3 players
At the end of this month, most of the doctors (those in the main office) will be changing management such that they become part of a nearby hospital. That hospital, in turn, is part of a much larger multi-state healthcare network. So the hospital is going to redo the network connections, bringing hospital-level security. Everything has to be standardized. And guess what? There is"zero possibility" that a linux server will be allowed on that network.
The Open Technology Group, Inc. A leading provider of Open Source training solutions, announces its expansion into California markets, with its offering of open-enrollment PostgreSQL Administration and other training programs.
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