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During the majority of my time working with computers, Windows was the operating system of choice. Reason being, it's all I've known. In 2002, I took a college course titled "Linux Administration" which entitled me to a few cd-roms of Redhat 7.x. While this course was nothing more than a few extra credits for me, I fell in love with Linux and went through the entire textbook a week into the class. It was a nice feeling to use something "different" than what I was used to.
The Beaverton-based Open Source Development Labs said late Tuesday that it has appointed former Red Hat executive Masanobu Hirano to head its Asian operations.
The company posts the "pre-beta" Linux driver code for its mobile Centrino chipset and says it is "intended to be a community effort as much as is possible."
Daniel Egger saw an opportunity so good in 2003 that he invested his own money to start Open Source Risk Management (OSRM) to offer insurance to Linux users.
In a startling turn of events in a court far, far away (as far away as Microsoft found it necessary to go while shopping for a friendly judge), Microsoft's latest demands on Linspire, né LindowsOS, have not just been rejected by the judge, but the behemoth monopoly has been ordered to reimburse Linspire for its trouble. The sum of the penalty Microsoft must pay? A staggering 944 euros.
Novell is holding a series of training days to help its channel partners and other Linux salespeople learn how to use and sell open source.
PHP Development Team is proud to announce the release of PHP 4.3.7.
In our recent overview of Linux community sites we highlighted several active sites that offered news, reviews, commentary, and Linux information. We thought an interesting followup would be to ask their administrators about the technology they use to get online.
Sun Microsystems has been considering offering an open-source version of its Solaris operating system about as long as CEO Scott McNealy has been talking smack about Microsoft.
An open source Java application server has been accepted by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF), less than a year after the community began work on the project.
Evermore Integrated Office is an extremely promising new Java-based office suite that currently runs on both Linux and Windows, with versions slated for Mac and Solaris. EIOffice is a remarkably faithful clone of Microsoft Office, with a twist -- it provides a level of integration unmatched by any office suite on the market. It's not without problems, though, a couple of which take EIOffice out of the running for some organizations.