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Red Hat gears up Indian operations

Linux vendor Red Hat is stepping up its efforts in the potentially huge India market by buying out its joint-venture partner, earmarking an investment of $20 million in the next two to three years, doubling its Pune-based research staff, and signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with an official body to work jointly at modernizing the Indian educational system.

Openbox: A lightweight window manager

Most Linux-based distributions for the masses have either GNOME, KDE, or both desktops, yet the startup times and resources required by both GNOME and KDE make them unsuitable for old or lower-end hardware. My quest for a standards-compliant, fast, lightweight, and extensible window manager led me to Openbox.

Mozilla Releases Firefox Update--On Purpose This Time

The 1.5.0.1 release is part of Mozilla's announced plans to roll out security and "minor polish" updates to Firefox every two months.

Ubuntu founder asks gov't to support open source advocacy

The founder of the new Linux operating flavor called Ubuntu is urging governments to advocate open source technology, not just in a corporate setting but more on the average consumer level.

In the Philippine leg of his Asia-wide tour, Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth said government should spearhead the use of open source platforms among ordinary consumers as an alternative method of home computing.

Shuttleworth emphasized consumer reaction to government use of technology as role model to its citizens. He also stressed that open source applications can be made immediately available to consumers who may need more cost-effective alternatives to costlier proprietary applications.

Review: Blue Security's Do Not Intrude Registry

Most people set up some type of filter to weed out the bad email from the good. That approach, has its limitations. One company is trying a new, open source-based approach that creates a user-enforced "Do Not Spam" list.

Configuring Dynamic DNS & DHCP on Debian Stable

  • Debian Administration; By Adam Trickett (Posted by ajt on Feb 2, 2006 11:11 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Debian
How to get DHCP and DNS working together on Debian Stable.

Novell and Red Hat Take Top Sponsorships at 4th Annual Desktop Linux Summit

  • PR Newswire; By Press release (Posted by tadelste on Feb 2, 2006 10:09 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release
Industry Luminaries Line Agenda for Only Event Dedicated to Desktop Linux

LDAP-Based Authentication for Samba

  • IBM Developer Works (Posted by tadelste on Feb 2, 2006 9:46 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: IBM
In this tutorial, learn how to install and configure Samba as a primary domain controller with a secure LDAP-based authentication mechanism. The completed system boasts a secure file- and print-sharing setup, in addition to a robust LDAP server that could be used for purposes beyond those required by Samba. Additionally, Windows clients can log on to your Samba server and have shared drives automatically mounted for them based on their group membership.

[Ed: Requires registration/login. - dcparris]

Panasas ActiveScale Storage Cluster Certified for SGI Altix Servers

  • PR Newswire; By Press release (Posted by tadelste on Feb 2, 2006 7:17 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release
FREMONT, Calif., Feb. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Panasas, Inc. today announced the company has extended its support for industry-leading, high-performance computing (HPC) platforms by certifying the Panasas ActiveScale Storage Cluster(TM) for use with the SGI(R) Altix(R) family of servers.

Running VMware Player under Linux

After testing VMware's new Player on Windows a few weeks ago, I wanted to see how it performs on Linux. While the Player is a great tools for Windows users who want to see what its like to run Linux, the inverse of that equation doesn't play out the same way. Curiously, Microsoft wasn't interested in loaning me a Windows XP image, but that was OK. I tried another operating system instead -- a Linux distribution that looks like it could be a lot of fun.

Google Confirms Using Ubuntu Linux, Won't Say Why

Google Inc. on Tuesday confirmed that it is using Ubuntu desktop Linux technology internally, but remained tightlipped about its purpose.

The Register, a U.K.-based technology news site, reported Tuesday that the Mountain View, Calif., search engine was developing its own Linux distribution for the desktop using the Ubuntu open-source operating system.

A Google spokeswoman confirmed that the company uses Ubuntu technology, but declined to say what for.

"We utilize the Ubuntu technology for internal use, but have no plans to distribute it outside of the company," the spokeswoman said. She also denied the company was using the name "Goobunto" internally for the software, saying, "It's just an internal system."

SeaMonkey 1.0 Released

The SeaMonkey Council is proud to announce SeaMonkey 1.0, the first end-user release of their internet suite. SeaMonkey is available as a free download from its mozilla.org-hosted website, features a state-of-the-art web browser, a powerful email client, a WYSIWYG web page composer and a feature-rich IRC chat client. For web developers, mozilla.org's DOM inspector and JavaScript debugger tools are included as well."

Capturing real-world knowledge with Protégé OWL

Take a well resourced, 10-year-old open source project with a global user community. Add support for World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Semantic Web standards and some hard-core computer science research, and what do you get? In the case of Protégé OWL the answer is the best application I've seen for modeling, capturing, and sharing knowledge about the real world -- the kind of fuzzy, variable and unpredictable "stuff about stuff" that's hard to squeeze into the nice neat rectangular tables of a conventional database.

One Cool Firefox Extension: Viamatic foXpose

  • Technology Evangelist; By Ed Kohler (Posted by dcparris on Feb 2, 2006 2:45 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Mozilla
But today, I'd like to talk about an extension I added the other day that's particularly cool: Viamatic foXpose. This extension lets you view all of your open tabs as thumbnails within your browser window with the click of a mouse. After installing the extension, just click on the little window pane in your status bar to view all of your tabs at once like this:

Three uses of RTLinux in next-generation ad hoc wireless networking

Foreword: This whitepaper from FSMLabs describes the use of the company's RTLinux real-time Linux operating system in three research and development projects involving ad hoc wireless networking technology for military and civil service applications. The projects involve software-defined radio, saving power with directional antennas, cellular/IPv6 network interoperation.

Psychsoft announces the 64 Bit Psyborg Extreme Workstation with Intel Dual Core Processor featuring SUSE Linux 64

Psychsoft, a Quincy, MA computer manufacturer, announces the 64 Bit Psyborg Extreme Workstation with Intel Dual Core Processor. The 64 bit Psyborg Extreme Workstation is designed from the ground up around the breathtakingly fast Nvidia Quadro FX 4400 video card with 512 meg of graphics memory, Intel's 600 series dual core 64 bit processor and SUSE Linux 64 bit operating system to meet the demanding needs of Graphics Designers, Architects and Scientists who need to produce high quality graphic output in a short amount of time.

Next-Generation Wireless Projects Built on FSMLabs RTLinux

  • PR Newswire; By Press release (Posted by tadelste on Feb 1, 2006 11:53 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release
Harris and BBN Choose RTLinuxPro for Mission-Critical Software-Defined Radio and Other Advanced Wireless Applications

Doing the impossible: Versora Progression Desktop

  • Mad Penguin; By Adam Doxtater (Posted by VISITOR on Feb 1, 2006 11:25 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups: Linspire
Migration from Windows to Linux has always been one of those tasks that we've all been able to perform from one extent to another, but it hasn't been simple has it? Sure, it can be done, but can it be done easily? That is the ultimate question.

IBM gives-away DB2 Linux - not a trial version

IBM is giving-away DB2 Express-C, a version of DB2 Universal Database Express Edition to the developer community. DB2 Express-C is a no-charge data server for use in application development and deployment. It provides the same core data server features as DB2 Universal Database Express Edition. DB2 Express-C offers a solid base to build and deploy all applications including: C/C++, Java, .NET, PHP, and more.

Linux Powers Military Ground Vehicle

iRobot uses embedded Linux to build an autonomous UGV (unmanned ground vehicle) that does military scouting, guarding and hauling supplies.

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