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Movidis Inc. introduces Revolution x16 Server
Today Fossystems.com is debuting its first official auction spree contest. For the next month those who register and sign up for the newsletter are entered to win a 500.00 dollar shopping spree on Fossystems. The winner will be announced Saturday September 19th, 2006.
The open source revolution has shaken the slowly crumbling foundations of closed source software, and while it hasn't taken over completely just yet, the tide is beginning to turn in its favor. Your normal everyday user may not really understand or appreciate what open source means, but that doesn't mean that they're not experiencing the effects of it.
Strong demand for Linux professionals outpaced overall job growth during the past year, according to IT job clearinghouse Dice.com. As of August 1, job listings for Linux-experienced tech pro's have jumped 36 percent so far this year, and 55 percent from 12 months ago, the service reports.
Slashdot published an interview with Fedora Project leader Max Spevack where he answers questions on everything from what has changed since the birth of Fedora Project and its goals, driver support in Linux up to what he considers the worst aspect of the Fedora.
The OSI's report on open-source license proliferation fails to rank licenses, but rather puts them in three broad categories.
HeapAnalyzer version 1.4.2, a graphical tool for discovery of Java heap leaks, is an update that fixes defects in the Java profiler parser
Someone's personal take on why Linux is not more popular than it is and that person's "how I came to use Linux" story.
Few topics are as contentious in the Linux world as GPL 3 (define), the general public license that details how many open source software programs can be used. During a session at the LinuxWorld conference here, Free Software Foundation counsel and co-author of the GPL 3 draft, Eben Moglen, explained the current status of the license draft discussion as well as some of the more contentious issues surrounding it.
A few weeks back I found that, for some reason, one of my machines wasn’t allowing X forwarding over SSH (which is normally run as standard within my local environment, since I have lots of users who at least occasionally run graphical stuff on multiple machines).
For many, returning to classes means returning to slide shows. Once used mainly in business, today slide shows are equally important in education. Students use them in portfolios to share their mastery of a subject, and many consider them a basic requirement for class presentations. Yet, despite the ubiquitousness of slide shows, few people use them well. Here are some tips to help you improve your presentation skills.
The success of Linux over the past 15 years boils down to a few key factors, according to a panel of Linux luminaries.They also made some strong statements as to why Linux has succeeded where BSD failed, as well as noted the conditions required for Linux to succeed in the years to come.
European food giant, the Kepak Group, and global gas company, The BOC Group have contracted Surrey-based open source service provider, Sirius Corporation to deploy a range of open source software (OSS) solutions.
After years of struggle, things are looking up for Novell in bible-belt land. With SLED and SLES 10, the company might just take on its biggest rival, Microsoft.
The ability to create templates to codify best practices (that generate artifacts) is a powerful concept that can save you countless hours and reduce tedious coding. Get an introduction to the code generation framework, JET, which is an Eclipse technology project, that we expect many developers will use in their endeavors.
It's a long-standing joke in the free software world that this will be the year when we see GNU/Linux make its breakthrough on the desktop - just like last year, and the year before that. What's really funny is that all the key GNU/Linux desktop apps are already being widely deployed, but not in the way that people have long assumed.
As much as 60% of Oracle installations are being done on open source operating systems and as many as 37% of Oracle users are also running open source databases alongside their Oracle databases. This is according a recent study of Oracle users by the Independent Oracle Users Group.
Late yesterday evening, I showed how to install Debian testing aka the upcoming “Etch” version, using the text mode of the newly released Beta3 of the Debian Installer. Today, like promised, I’ll show the same procedure, but using the graphical mode instead.
Microsoft will release a version of Office to run on Linux within the "next couple of years", according to the chief executive of the Open Source Development Lab (OSDL).
[Oh great! There goes the neighborhood! If it's licensed under the GNU GPL or another FSF-approved license, I'll consider using it. I might even recommend it in that case. Otherwise, it's a moot exercise. - dcparris]
Today we are formally launching a campaign to spread consumer awareness about telecommunications in South Africa.<br /> <br /> Our first project is an ambitious fundraising drive to take out a full <br /> page advert in a leading national newspaper to protest the current lack <br /> of alternatives in the South African telecommunications sector. We've <br /> had a fantastic response from South Africans since publicising the idea.
[All I can say is, "Go for it!" - dcparris]
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