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CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – Computer scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have developed software that enables the sharing of high-speed wireless connections without compromising security or privacy. The software can improve Internet connectivity in residential areas at no additional cost.
I work with several Linux machines in a multi-admin Web hosting environment, and I'd be lost without Nagios, RCS, vi, coWiki, and the rest of my toolbox.
It’s official: I’ll talk on LinuxTag in about a week from now. See the Debian Wiki and the LinuxTag 2006 Workshop pages for details.
The LinuxTag is - according to their own pages in german and english - the “World’s No. 1 Linux Expo and Conference since 1996″. This year it will be in Wiesbaden from May 3rd until 6th.
Sun have made some headlines in recent months through the release of their Ultra 20 workstation and a number of new servers based on the AMD CPUs. For some this is seen as major change of direction for a company that is well known for the use (and continued interest and development) of the SPARC (Scalable Processor Architecture) CPU. With so many new machines being based on the AMD CPU it will be surprising to some that Sun’s new mobile units are based on SPARC technology.
This article introduces the TeraGrid, the National Science Foundation grid that is currently the largest set of public high-end computational resources in the United States. It describes the motivations behind the project and briefly introduced some of the challenges inherent in managing a large geographically distributed grid. It also explores the advantages TeraGrid offers the scientific community.
EU vs MS Comment Plus ca change
One of the few remaining gaps in basic desktop functionality in GNU/Linux is the dynamic loading and unloading of fonts, especially in groups. If you're working in OpenOffice.org (OOo), StarOffice Printer Administrator (spadmin) offers a partial solution to the problem.
I suppose you could call this an anniversity book review since this study guide has been on the market for a year now. The book reflects the most recent incarnation of the CompTIA requirements for the Network+ certification, so it is bound to be around for a few years to come. I know that anyone studying for a certification and living within a budget wants to gain the maximum amount of value for the least amount of outlay.
With more than a million standards in place in the world today, it is axiomatic that we are all profoundly affected by their existence. Yet only a very small number of people are involved in the creation of these standards, relative to the billions that are impacted by their implementation.
According to an IBM press release in February, a prominent group of computer industry vendors and Internet-based businesses are supporting an initiative to make it easier for an open-source community to form and popularize Ajax.
After many months of work on the new Multimedia API for KDE 4 it is time to finally announce Phonon. Phonon will provide a task oriented API for multimedia, making it easy for KDE applications to use media playback and capture functionality (and more) resulting in application developers being free to concentrate on the user interface aspects. The number of possibilities to integrate multimedia into the desktop experience make Phonon especially interesting.
It made sense to create a list of excellent resources for SUSE Linux users, whether new or seasoned. Below is a list of wikis, mailing lists, news sites, forums, and other types of places to go for information on SUSE Linux. If you have additional resources, please let me know, and I will update this page as necessary.
Among early adopters of Linux, Wall Street looms as tall as its skycrapers. But why are some financial services firms starting to take giant steps into Linux, and what stands in the way of even bigger penetration? Jacqueline Emigh files this report from this week's Linux on Wall Street show in New York City.
Linux's Logical Volume Manager (LVM) allows you to create virtual disk partitions out of one or more hard drives. This makes it easy to manage growth in filesystems. Combined with RAID, it provides a nearly unbeatable way to keep your files safe and available. Bryce Harrington and Kees Cook show how to configure LVM, how to combine it with RAID, and how to use it on desktop machines too.
TORONTO -- The final day of the LinuxWorld Conference& Expo Toronto was a busy one. Novell Canada CTO Ross Chevalier delivered a keynote address on why this year is the year of corporate Linux desktop adoption -- as opposed to all those previous years that were -- the Free Standards Group executive director Jim Zemlin explained the importance of the Linux Standard Base, and developer Ulrich Czekalla gave an excellent presentation on the state of Wine.
Hello, from the Information Builders (IBI) summit in Orlando! Some interesting new ideas here, from people who've been in large-scale BI for some 30 years - how about BI embedded in workflow applications written in BPEL (when you receive an order, you can fire off a BI report on stock levels/locations, and fire up a request to the stock controller for action, with the BI report appended)?
Last issue's look at migrating from Windows to Linux desktops overlooked one very useful possibility. That is to say, I overlooked it but a number of readers hadn't - and were quick to tell me about it: Citrix.
Make substantial improvements in performance analysis
with a CPI analysis model built on the tools introduced in Part 1
. Learn ways to analyze the specific performance counter data produced by profiling runs to obtain statistics for events which the CPU cannot directly report on.
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