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Engarde Secure Linux 3.0.7

International News: Dutch/English

EnGarde Secure Linux is een Linux-distributie die gericht is op het bedienen van servers voorzien een hoog beveiligingsniveau. Het bevat een aantal standaard applicaties waarmee verschillende server-taken zonder problemen uit te voeren zijn, zoals het serveren van dynamische websites, mail en het uitvoeren van network intrusion detection. Voor meer informatie verwijzen we jullie door naar deze pagina. Versie 3.0.7 is sinds kort beschikbaar en voorzien van de volgende aankondiging:

Guardian Digital is happy to announce the release of EnGarde Secure Community 3.0.7 (Version 3.0, Release 7). This release includes several bug fixes and feature enhancements to the Guardian Digital WebTool and the SELinux policy, several updated packages, and several new packages available for installation. [LXer appreciates feedback on the inclusion of international news sources. Some 40% of our readers come from outside the US. - dcparris]

Linux down time may be due to missing documentation or changing ...

Linux down time may be due to missing documentation or changing the kernel, according to a new report by the Yankee Group.

Ucertify offers Linux+ (XK0-002) exam prep kit

UCertify, an IT certification exam preparation tools provider, announces the release of its upgraded Exam Simulation PrepKit for CompTIA's Linux+ certification exam (XK0-002).

How XGL Works

  •; By Emanuele Tamponi (Posted by dcparris on Jun 8, 2006 2:08 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial
I explain here how Xgl works with NVIDIA's drivers. It works in a similar way with DRI drivers: Mesa libGL and libglx are loaded instead of NVIDIA's ones. This will have a benefict... see more below.

Embedded Linux Developer Tool Updated

Embedded Linux developer service provider TimeSys announced the latest a "major" standards-based Eclipse and CDT upgrade to the company's Linux Developer Suite.

Using Debconf to configure a system

  •; By Bruce Byfield (Posted by dcparris on Jun 8, 2006 12:14 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Debian
DebConf is best known as an annual gathering of Debian developers. But the Debian project likes the name so much that it uses it -- give or take a capital "C" -- for the system used to configure Debian packages. Just as the conference is central to the social aspects of Debian, so the program is central to the package management system that is one of Debian's main technical advantages. Debconf gives users as fine a degree of control during configuration as they choose.

Linux demoed alongside RTOSes on Intel Core Duo

Jaluna has joined Intel's communications partner program, and demonstrated unmodified versions of Linux and various RTOSes (real-time OSes) running simultaneously on Intel's Core Duo architecture. The demonstration leverages Jaluna's OSware real-time virtualization technology, along with Intel Virtualization Technology hardware built into Core Single and Core Duo chips.

Mentat ships DreamCoder for PostgreSQL

Mentat Technologies has announced the new software DreamCoder for PostgreSQL, a powerful Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for PostgreSQL Databases for increased code quality and reduced development time.

[Are we getting ahead of ourselves? Is publishing articles before their publish date a new trend (note the article's date)? - dcparris]

O Canada! Canadians and Open Source

It is nearly common knowledge that GIS finds its origins in government agencies in that great northern territory we know as Canada. I say "nearly” because there are still those who believe that GIS was created by proprietary software vendors ... which I’ll bet makes the marketing guys at these companies more than happy with themselves.

[For those of us who live North of the border... - dcparris]

DRM - Is It Worth Going To Jail For?

LXer Feature - 8 June-06

It would be terrible if those millions of disgruntled shoppers were to purchase their cd's or movies and, on their way back to their cars, discover that the cd or dvd had DRM on it. Anyone who realized what DRM is, would immediately return the merchandise. Doing so on the weekend prior to the fourth would be disasterous if enough people did it.

Moab Cluster Software Certified on PSSC Labs PowerWulf Clusters

Provo, Utah – Cluster Resources, Inc.TM announced today that their Moab Cluster Suite® software passed compatibility tests on PSSC Lab's PowerWulf Linux clusters.

Open Source Linux Router

Vyatta and Sangoma Technologies have partnered to advance the market for network routers and firewalls based on open-source Linux technologies. Vyatta’s Open Flexible Router (OFR) will provide the protocol software and Sangoma’s WANPIPE PCI cards will supply cost-effective WAN connections.

Jon "maddog" Hall on FOSS in the developing world

Jon "maddog" Hall is president of Linux International, a worldwide non-profit association of end users who are dedicated to furthering the acceptance and use of free and open source Software (FOSS). In May, Hall gave a keynote address at LinuxWorld Johannesburg, where he had advice that may have surprised some in his audience. We caught up with Hall to talk about his South African visit and FOSS in the developing world in general.

There’s more to it than meets the eye.

I just set up some folders on our pages, called “uploads”. Group- and ownership are the ones of the web server, so now it should be possible for my brother, my son, and myself to upload pictures directly from Wordpress. Let’s try that:
... continued with a Linux success story...

OpenVZ Announces Support for IPv6 and Bridged Networking

Valuable additions for Operating System-Level Virtualization Software

Linux QCam driver for QImaging FireWire cameras

QImaging, a developer and manufacturer of high-performance digital cameras for life sciences, machine vision, and OEM applications, has announced the beta release of a Linux QCam driver.

Cross platform javascript vulnerability leaves IE, Firefox open

While it's unlikely you'll become a victim of this exploit, it's good to be aware of its existence should you notice anything unusual in your browsing.

[Please also be aware that it is dangerous to smoke while drinking gasoline martinis. -- grouch]

Tutorial: The Penguin's Practical Network Troubleshooting Guide

  • LinuxPlanet; By Carla Schroder (Posted by dcparris on Jun 8, 2006 12:23 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
Linux has everything you need to do any kind of networking, plus it has eleventy-eight hundred different software utilities for network monitoring and troubleshooting. Today Carla Schroder shows how to pinpoint connectivity problems and how to map your network and all running services. This is handy not only for keeping tabs on everyday activities, but also to catch users running illicit hosts and services.

Tiny board simplifies software-defined radio projects

A small consulting company is shipping an inexpensive add-on board targeting software-defined radio (SDR) projects. Ettus Research's $550 Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) supports Linux and GNU Radio software, and is available with RF modules and antennas covering virtually the entire radio spectrum.

Embedded Linux developer service gains major tools upgrade

TimeSys is shipping a major update to the Eclipse-based tools available with its subscription-based online service for embedded Linux developers.

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