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Guardian Digital released v3.0.7 of EnGarde Secure Linux on June 6, featuring a 2.6.12 kernel, several bug fixes, feature enhancements to the Guardian Digital WebTool and the SELinux policy, and several updated application packages, project spokesman Ryan W. Maple said.
The new partners signed include Bangalore IT Capital, Ashram, Login & Anora in Bangalore, Dynamic, Veeras & Gem Infotech in Chennai and SP Soft, Softpro & Computech in Hyderabad
TimeSys will offer several educational webinars this month, on topics of general interest to embedded developers. It will also launch a series of "training" webinars available to subscribers (including trial subscribers) of its "LinuxLink" online services.
Nokia's open source Maemo project has released a beta version of its next-generation SDK (software developer kit). The Mistral SDK beta aims to help developers port applications to Maemo 2.0 prior to the debut of Tablet OS 2006 for the Nokia 770 later this quarter.
In the last of a three-part analytical series, Canonical CEO and Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth speaks with The 451 Group on the different approaches and business models of Canonical and Red Hat.
Loaded with open source software that includes the Mozilla Firefox browser, MPlayer voice, Helix streaming media applications, FreeType font and Cairo graphics libraries, the latest Pepper Pad runs Linux for the operating system's stability and resistance to viruses and other malicious software, Pepper spokesperson Mark Metzger told LinuxInsider. "It was a very conscious decision not to use Windows," he said.
Is it possible that, for all our talk about The Commons, the Net doesn't have one yet? Or at least not a complete one?
OMC Denmark ApS being a Danish cutting edge software and technology development company have after several years of development launched its Open Source adaptor, (BRUTUS) for Microsoft Exchange servers.
What is a kernel? A piece on defining a kernel from a very hueristic point of view. What does a kernel do and what does it have to deal with while it is doing ... exactly what it supposed to do-do?
Two years ago, a wireless standards war between the US and China escalated to the highest levels of government before a truce was reached, with then-Secretary of State Colin Powell personally intervening. The subject then was the WiFi wireless standard, and the challenger was a Chinese competitor with a security algorithm called WAPI. That truce, unfortunately, is now breaking down.
To many commentators, the newly released Limited Test version of Google Spreadsheets is the first move by a major company to challenge Microsoft's domination of the office suite. The functional reality, however, is less dramatic. From a user's perspective, Google Spreadsheets suffers the same limitations as Writely, Ajax13, ThinkFree Online, and half a dozen other online applications. Its lack of printing options and narrow selection of format, sorting, and formula tools makes it such a lightweight application that using it for anything except the simplest of projects is impossible. In fact, now that online applications are no longer a novelty, its main interest is as an illustration of how little developers assume that users actually need in an office application.
Gerald Combs, founder of the Ethereal project -- billed as the world's most popular network protocol analyzer -- caused a flurry of excitement among users and developers yesterday when he announced on the Ethereal developers mailing list yesterday that he was changing jobs, moving to a new location, and taking the project and its core developers with him as he leaves.
FSMLabs has announced immediate availability of a complete 64-bit Carrier Grade Linux distribution qualified under the recently published OSDL Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) 3.2 specification.
Wyse Technology announces the availability of Wyse Linux 6.3, the latest release of the Wyse Linux V6 products. The product will be offered as a free software upgrade for current Wyse customers of the S50, V50, and 5150 SE thin clients.
Developer Thomas Zander of the KDE team, in a brief article in KDE News, writes that the team is now busy working "on its future" --- KDE 4.0 – and that many of the ideas they want to incorporate into the future version of KOffice are already being developed.
IT is a high-risk profession, yet some organizations are reluctant to assume reasonable levels of IT risk. When an organization is too cautious in dealing with the issue of risk, it may fail to gain all the potential benefits of information technology.
Although quickly convened, last month's first-time FreedomHEC event brought together hardware makers and driver developers in ways that could help boost device connectivity for Linux. Jacqueline Emigh gets a post-show debrief from conference organizer Don Marti.
An anti-Digital Rights Management (DRM) activist group plans this weekend to stage “flash mobs” to “warn Apple customers of the dangers of DRM in iTunes and Apple software” at Apple Store locations in six cities around the country.
ZDNet reports on a recent German Linux migration by the tax authority in Lower Saxony which has made the decision to migrate an impressive 12,000 desktops to SuSE Linux using KDE. The project, which is now in process converting 300 desktops daily, moves systems from Solaris x86 version 8, which the organisation has been running since 2002. The migrations are reported as going well thus far. KDE's Kiosk desktop customisation, source code access and licensing costs were cited as key reasons for the decision. Congratulations to all involved, and best of luck going forward with this effort!
Apple continues to anger consumers overseas with its restrictions on music downloading. But it's not the only company drawing fire
A group called the Free Software Foundation has planned June 10 protests for seven Apple retail stores in cities including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Seattle.
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