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CD/DVD ISO images are not ready yet. In order to install, users need to download the floppy or the CD image from the install directory and proceed with a network install. Following that, it's possible to install more than 12,000 application packages online, the French-based company said.
Securtex International has used embedded Linux to build a rugged DVR (digital video recorder) targeting vehicle surveillance and operator management applications. The MDVR-4120 is optionally available with GPS, WiFi, and cellular networking, and besides surveilling passengers, can be used to "condition" drivers into safer habits,
This week, advisories were released for mason, cpio, dia, masqmail, shorewall, tcpdump, openvpn, up-imapproxy, ethereal, weex, py2play, graphviz, xloadimage, xli, xine-lib, hylafax, Ruby, SVG, hexlix player, uw-imap, openssl, thunderbird, binutils, and libuser. The distributors include Debian, Gentoo, and Red Hat.
Linspire Inc. appears to be making an effort to become the "Education Linux" distribution of choice. The desktop Linux software maker Thursday launched a new, low-cost licensing program for schools that wish to install a Linux desktop as an alternative to the more costly Microsoft Windows
The Edubuntu team is proud to announce the first Edubuntu release Edubuntu 5.10.
We will try to get a GPRS internet connection using Linux-based phones as modems and route the connection to Mac OS X via Bluetooth. This guide is for Mac OS X, the US Cingular GPRS service only (other providers might work out of the box with the phone, others might not at all -- you never know with GPRS) and any of the Linux-based Motorola smartphones like the A760, A780, E680/i etc (they are all identical regarding their 'modem' functionality).
The latest version of the open source business intelligence (BI) software project OpenI (version 1.1) has been made available for download. Being open source in nature, OpenI allows end users to analyse their data without the need to write their own code or buy proprietary software.
Have you ever had one of those days where you make a mistake, and every attempt to fix your mistake just leads to worse problems? Eventually you've managed to turn a minor glitch into a major disaster.
The whole sky-is-falling motif isn't confined to just cable news outlets, it seems. In the world of technology journalism, arm waving and teeth gnashing are becoming de rigueur as well.
Take this week's example: As Roundup was off to the virtual presses last Friday, Oracle was announcing that it had purchased a small Finnish software company known as Innobase Oy. Based on the hysteria that followed, you would have thought that the world was about to end or that Madonna was becoming a housewife.
Y ou can tell open-source software is no longer a geeky movement of Windows renegades when so many of its users actually wear ties. A flock of them, mostly public-sector employees, have descended on Portland this week to discuss how using unlicensed, open-source software can save their departments money and help them operate more efficiently.
Eric Schonfeld writes: "Forget about Linux on the desktop. The next stage of open-source adoption will occur in enterprise software." This is the propaganda JBoss management wants to get across. One of their Public Relation Firm's employees wrote me and wanted to make sure that we pointed out that JBoss is not Linux. Well Dr. Fleury, you right. JBoss will never measure up to Linux and I'm glad you have realized that. - Tom Adelstein
Well-respected analysts, though, are cautioning that the move to Vista should be slow and deliberate - if you move at all. See this week's Windows Networking newsletters for more on what the Gartner Group and the Burton Group have to say about Vista (you'll be able to read those newsletters online later this week, if you don't already subscribe to it).
Project had intended to observe occasion with 2.0 release, but that's been pushed back slightly.
IT director Bryan Tidd started the city of Canton, Ga., on the road to Linux and open source software (OSS) as soon as he got that job in 2000. A devotee of Linux since trying Red Hat Linux 5.0, Tidd plans to move as much of the city's IT systems to Linux and open source as he can.
While the Tectonic team may wax lyrical of the new Ubuntu Breezy, we decided to find out what the experts think. Hidde "HiddenWolf" Brugmans is a Dutch Ubuntu fan, contributor to the Ubuntu Dutch translation project (Ubuntu-nl), and a wealth of information and help for those who find their way to the #ubuntu IRC channel on irc.freenode.net.
The German City of Mannheim this week outlined its migration plan to the Linux platform. Or, as the town in the grand-duchy of Baden puts it, “we are aiming to become fit for the future." A year ago, the German town at the junction of the Rhine and Neckar Rivers already got the go-ahead of the project.
Unlike earlier incarnations, SuSE 10 has enough drivers that you can easily take it on the road.
Researchers at the CSIR are gearing up to release OpenPhone, an open source telephonic e-services solution, on later this month. It aims to give people access to information and governmental services over a standard telephone service using touch-tone dialling and voice recognition.
The KDE Project has published Version 3.4.3 of its Unix/Linux Desktop. According to an announcement by the developers the release in question is a maintenance release which removes bugs that have been discovered since the previous version. KDE was meanwhile available in 51 languages, the announcement says; a KDE language pack for Afrikaans had been released recently. Information on the details of the changes in KDE 3.4.3 are to be found in the Changelog.
Stirling University has moved its SAP payroll and human resources (HR) system to an open source Red Hat Linux operating system.
The university implemented the Red Hat system when the server running the HR department’s SAP application started to suffer performance problems following an upgrade.
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