The results of LinuxDevices.com's fifth annual Embedded Linux Market Survey are in! This brief summary outlines our interpretation of a few key data points. Overall, we find the results encouraging for embedded Linux, and for companies in the embedded Linux OS and tools market.
Welcome to this year's 18th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! If you are losing patience waiting for the ISO images of the new Mandriva Linux 2005, why not perform a network installation instead? It is easy and we'll show you how. Will will also address the issue of the never-ending stream of new distributions vying for our attention, and point out some serious problems with the latest release of the GCC compiler. In the biggest DistroWatch Weekly ever, we have a user-contributed review of the increasingly popular SLAX live CD, and present FetchYahoo in Robert Storey's "Tips, tricks & hints" section. Happy reading!
How to get your e-mail and RSS subscriptions when moving to Thunderbird.
It appeared the open source community had a bone thrown to it by VIA, which announced open driver source codes earlier this month. However, those experienced in providing the needed Linux drivers, including developers of the Unichrome Project, said there are still proprietary roadblocks in using VIA's released drivers with Linux. They add that while their pure open source project is successfully bridging the gap, VIA would have been better off participating in the community effort rather than forking code for the sake of its press releases.
Ron Hovsepian has been upped to executive vice president in charge of worldwide field operations.
Libranet Debian Linux is back in the ring, this time as a heavyweight desktop contender.
"Every person in the office had been managed right out of controlling their own desktop." This new article summarizes the key difference in using Windows VS Linux. The author shares how Linux and Open Source can empower and restore value back to the user.
Just a quick email to tell you that ISO images of Mandriva LE2005 are now available for public download on many FTP locations, as CD images or a DVD image.
Welcome to this year's 18th issue of DWN, the weekly newsletter for the Debian community. As a hint of a working testing queue, the first package has been uploaded directly into testing. Many people are pleased that the It has been appreciated a lot that the NEW queue is processed again. However, Anand Kumria suggested packages should be referred to the technical committee when a decision had not been made within two months.
It might stand for "free as in speech" rather than "free as in beer", but the Free Software Foundation, and its GNU General Public License has been accused of price fixing by one US individual.
This article has a singularly inappropriate headline, and it merely reveals what hypocrites high-tech execs are. By their own personal actions they make working as an engineer in certain industries economically and personally unrewarding, then they ponder publicly why youths don't enter programs leading to engineering work.
If you are what you wear, then based on the processor-based wardrobe designed by these readers, you may be in trouble! This article challenges you to develop the most outlandish, outrageous chip-controlled clothing you can.
One of the challenges of managing a development project is keeping all parties abreast of key events or milestones. It's not just the team members -- marketing personnel need to plan events, business teams need to do forecasting, even the operations people need to know whether to lay in extra caffeinated beverages. Here's how you can use the rawdog RSS aggregator to build a project dashboard that will keep your project's people aware of its status.
OSDL-Registered Carrier Grade RTLinuxPro(C) Features Hard Real-time and Superior Implementation of Carrier Grade 2.0 Specification
Brainshare this year promises a good mix of business and technology speakers. And, of course, a strong focus on Linux.
Responding to Growing Customer Demand, Executive Vice President of PLM Products, Chuck Grindstaff, Unveils UGS' Product Plans for Linux on x64 Technology at the 2005 PLM World Conference
Robby Stephenson's Tellico is billed as a collection manager though I like to think of it as a very versatile personal library system. It's a great tool for keeping track of your many cookbooks as well as Linux books, science fiction books, mysteries, and so on. That in itself would make it an extremely useful tool for keeping track of what books various friends and family have.
Or, can a sheep trust a lion? I don't think so.
Users of Linux-based e-mail servers might want to check out the latest anti-virus and filtering options from Central Command, which announced the latest version of its e-mail security software last week.Â
Mark Taylor believes that OpenLDAP is the catalyst that will finally make open source fully enterprise-ready. And he's willing to stake his business on it.