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Is there an alternative for original Microsoft Windows to substitute the pirated Microsoft Windows and Office on your office computers?
I was very pleased to see John Vivirito announcing a desktop-effects team for Ubuntu, that will focus on the integration of 3D technology into the desktop like Xgl, Compiz and AIGLX. Folks who are interested in that stuff and want to help make Ubuntu rock in that department please join the team! We’re particularly interested in people who have strong OpenGL experience.
MEPIS has announced the release of SimplyMEPIS 6.0-1 DVD Edition; an update of SimplyMEPIS 6.0, MEPIS' first Ubuntu based edition released earlier this summer. The SimplyMEPIS 6.0-1 bootable DVD not only includes hundreds of bug and security fixes, but the 1,900 packages of the three SimplyMEPIS Extras CDs, as well.
The purpose of this project is to forward web traffic to a protected server on the internal network. This provides a protected environment for the web server.
KOffice, the KDE office suite, today released version 1.6 beta1. This release incorporates a number of new features, mainly from the Google Summer of Code projects, as well as a great number of bug fixes.
In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: Work begins on Ruby language support in KDevelop 4. Work continues in the KReversi code rewrite. Kalzium gets functionality to visually show the country an element was discovered in.
Company announces customer support for developers using Eclipse
Most UNIX administrators have processes in place to back up the data and information on their UNIX machines, but what about the configuration files and other elements that provide the configuration data your machines need to operate?
Ask any person who has used a computer atleast once and he will agree that fonts form a very important part of the operating system which is installed in the computer. At one time, GNU/Linux lacked good font support and any webpage viewed in a web browser was at the most lackluster.Things changed somewhat with the release of good set of fonts for GNU/Linux called Bitstream.
REP. Teodoro Casiño is expected to file a bill this week mandating the use of free and open source software and open standards in all government projects.
Glom is an interesting graphical database front-end I’ve been meaning to try out for some time. Someone asked about graphical database front-ends on the #mysql IRC channel recently, and that prompted me to install Glom and learn how to use it. My overall impressions? It lands squarely in the middle of its target audience’s needs, but still has a quirk here and there. With a bit of polish it will be a fine product, and it’s already a winner over Microsoft Access and Filemaker, two similar programs with which you might be familiar.
The two aren't poles apart, says Neil McAllister
IT is no longer a question whether or not local companies should go open source. It is whether local providers can deliver open source solutions, executives of local software companies have said.
In the last part of this series, I mentioned how Jim Allchin came in, saved the day and everything was hunky dory again. Wrong. The story that "Windows was broken" came out in September, 2005. The same month a blog was published about the up and coming reorganization of Microsoft, stating that is was "just just shuffling the chairs on the deck of the Titanic".
This service is being implemented within the National Vulnerability Database at NIST, based on Red Hat's recommendation.
Freedom. It’s such a loaded term. It represents so many things: the ability to do stuff unfettered, letting the press say whatever they want, invading foreign nations to pass the time, a glorious ideal. I started thinking about it recently because there’s a furniture chain in Australia called “Freedom” and I always get a kick out of signs in shopping centres with arrows that direct shoppers to the food court, toilets, and freedom... “Free” also means lots of things. Free as in libre... Free as in beer... Interestingly enough, they aren’t as different as you might think! In fact, there is a new kind of beer sweeping Denmark, and it is like free software BUT BEER! How fun!
Dear Nick: Why does my computer seem to lock up whenever it tries to open a new link? For instance, I tried to open your profile from RNews, but instead I received the "Not responding" message and my computer sat there doing nothing for about a minute before it recovered and stayed at the RNews page from which I started. I cannot open a new link from anywhere I go. Help! Frustrated ...
[If you support Windows users in your daily operations, you'll want to read this one. It's a tech question for which the response is, "the fix might cost you". At least the tech editor recommends a serious alternative solution - Firefox. - dcparris]
Siemens Medical Solutions' Magnetom family of MRI systems are designed to fit into modern health management. The systems feature multichannel imaging, which allows simultaneous placement of up to four coils. With more and more applications calling for higher resolution images, ultra-high-field MRI technology has become compulsory for medical institutions.
This document describes how to install a mail server with Postfix that is based on virtual users and domains, i.e. users and domains that are in a MySQL database. I will also demonstrate the installation and configuration of Courier (Courier-POP3, Courier-IMAP), so that Courier can authenticate against the same MySQL database Postfix uses. In addition to that, this tutorial covers the installation of Amavisd, SpamAssassin and ClamAV so that emails will be scanned for spam and viruses.
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