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IBM mulls support charges for Eclipse developers

Where did they all go?

Red Hat, Novell, Ubuntu, Linspire and FarStone Top Sponsor List for 4th Annual Desktop Linux Summit

Leading Open Source Innovators and Executives Fill Program for April 24-25 Technology Conference in San Diego. [ED: I will be there reporting for LXer.com - SR]

UAE's Leading Construction Company Migrates to Red Hat Enterprise Linux

The construction company, whose current projects include the Dubai Tower (the tallest tower in the world), The Dubai International Finance center and the Conference Palace in Abu Dhabi, has seen reduced costs, recognised at least 5x performance gain and already experienced approximately 35% TCO improvement since the deployment of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Second Samba 4 technology preview released today

  • ZDNet Australia; By Renai LeMay (Posted by daria42 on Mar 23, 2006 4:03 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
A second test version of the next generation of the open source file and print sharing software Samba has been released to the public, with numerous bugfixes and feature improvements included.

Late Vista, Timely Linux

Opinion: Why does Microsoft keep falling on its face when it comes to deadlines, while Linux and other open-source projects keep right on trucking? (Linux-Watch)

Command line Perl for sysadmins

Using perl -e allows you to specify a script right on the command line. It's a powerful, underused feature even for people who use Perl regularly. Perl's powerful command line options make it a more flexible replacement for sed, awk, and even vi. Combine perl -e with the command line editing capability of modern shells and you can, write, test, and debug in record time.

Microsoft sets Apple straight on security

Do as I say, not as I do.

Wrongfully Accused As A Phisher? Maybe, Maybe Not.

  • Email Battles; By BJ Gillette (Posted by zanek on Mar 23, 2006 12:20 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Community
If you believed you had been wrongfully accused of phishing, how long would it take you to respond? A day? A week? How about four-and-a-half months? That's the elapsed time between Email Battles' tracking of a phishing scam to a Norwegian website, and the owner's complaint. In the interest of fairness, EB quickly followed-up. The errant website owner's failure to respond in kind may lead reasonable people to question his veracity.

How OpenOffice 2.0 stacks up against Microsoft Office

OpenOffice 2.0 has the chops to replace Microsoft Office in business offices, with a little help from StarOffice and better training vehicles from the open source community, says Robin "Roblimo" Miller

LPI Raises Exam Fees to $150

The Linux Professional Institute -- which for years has held fast to one of the lowest exam prices of all certification programs ($100 U.S.) -- recently announced that it has raised its exam prices to $150 (U.S.) each.

Eclipse Expands, Urges Shift Away From Windows User Interface

The Eclipse Foundation is expanding its core, developer's workbench into a broader platform that competes more directly with Microsoft Windows, at least within the enterprise.

Switching art students to GNU/Linux

I'm an art professor, and last semester I embarked on an exciting new adventure by erasing Mac OS X from nearly all of the Macintoshes in our digital media lab and installing Ubuntu in its place.

And Now It's Microsoft's Turn Again

Today, Microsoft responded with the announcement at its Office Developers Conference of its own initiative: the Open XML Formats Developer Group. At launch, the new forum has 39 members, most notably including Apple, Intel and Toshiba. Despite the long list of founding members, however, it appears that the forum is purely informational in nature.

Soweto's OSS hackers attract attention

The CSIR Open Source Centre plans to open a satellite centre in Soweto in May this year to expose the untapped ICT skills and research potential in the township just south of Johannesburg.

Two-In-One DNS Server With BIND9

  • HowtoForge; By Pupeno (Posted by falko on Mar 22, 2006 4:57 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial
This tutorial shows you how to configure a BIND9 DNS server to serve an internal network and an external network at the same time with different set of information. To accomplish that goal, a new feature of BIND9 called view is used.

Linux lab launches tech advisory board

Open Source Development Labs expects the group to foster closer ties with sometimes-disgruntled programmers.

A Linux desktop fairy tale

  • DesktopLinux.com (Posted by tadelste on Mar 22, 2006 3:03 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Once upon a time, long long ago, everyone who was anyone in the Kingdom of Linux used SlackWare. Then, along came Red Hat, which many people in the kingdom thought was neater and had a great package manager. So, all the followers of the Great Penguin placed Red fedoras upon their heads and they were happy...

Microsoft Joins the ODF/ISO Reconciliation Committee

Microsoft joining the tiny committee that will reconcile the comments appended to "no" votes in the ISO voting process. The voting period is almost over, and the apparent goal is to slow down the official adoption of ODF while the Microsoft XML Reference Schema tries to race through Ecma to catch up.

Firefox ODFReader Extension

  • OpenOffice.org Wiki; By zero0w (Posted by zero0w on Mar 22, 2006 1:08 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Sun
Just found this in Wikipedia. There is a new Firefox extension which allows you to read ODF without downloading the 70-100MB OOo main program, in case you just want to view the document or you are on dial-up and it would take a long time to download the whole OOo package.

Major vulnerability in Sendmail 8.13.5 and earlier versions

  • Sendmail.com (Posted by dave on Mar 22, 2006 12:43 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Announcements
Sendmail, Inc. has recently become aware of a security vulnerability in certain versions of sendmail Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) and UNIX and Linux products that contain it. Sendmail was notified by security researchers at ISS that, under some specific timing conditions, this vulnerability may permit a specifically crafted attack to take over the sendmail MTA process, allowing remote attackers to execute commands and run arbitrary programs on the system running the MTA, affecting email delivery, or tampering with other programs and data on this system.

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