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A Different Class For Small Biz

Server manager Verio beefs up its hosted offering, extending enterprise capabilities to the little guy

Platform Expands Platform Open Cluster Stack With First AMD-Based ...

Platform Computing the global leader in systems infrastructure software solutions, today announced that AMD processors are now officially supported as a component of Platform Open Cluster Stack's(1) (OCS) certification program. Dell, which recently launched its first AMD-based PowerEdge servers, is the first vendor to join the program. The certification of Dell's products further drives the two companies' long-standing commitment to simplify the deployment and management of HPC clusters.

Samba team letter to Novell – please reconsider

Members of the Samba team made their stance on the partnership between Microsoft and Novell Inc. very clear this week in the form of a letter stating it "strongly disagreed" with Novell's actions.

UNIX tips and tricks for a new user, Part 2: The vi text editor

  • IBM Developer Works; By Tim McIntire (Posted by solrac on Nov 13, 2006 2:33 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Community
The vi text editor separates operations into insert mode and command mode, which gives you ultrafast access to key commands that can edit, insert, and move text in on-the-fly, user-defined segments.

Yamipod: Yet Another Reason To Dump iTunes?

In our previous articles, we have looked at other music sources besides the iTunes Music Store as well as other iPod management tools. Today, we are going to look at yet another iPod manager, the Yamipod.

Review: NFSv4: A Unix Mainstay Learns New Tricks

  • Enterprise Networking Planet; By Charlie Schluting (Posted by dcparris on Nov 13, 2006 1:27 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux
NFS hasn't ever had much starpower, but with an improved Linux implementation and Internet-age enhancements, version four of an old standby is worth a second look for networked file access.

Large public-sector Linux project flops

  • ZDNet UK; By Richard Thurston (Posted by dcparris on Nov 13, 2006 12:55 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux
A publicly funded Linux project which cost UK taxpayers half-a-million pounds has flopped.

[This is not good. What is likely the result of poor performance in the human equation will be attributed to "open source", generally. - dcparris]

Fsm Newsletter 13th of November 2006

Welcome to another of Free Software Magazine’s fortnightly newsletters, keeping you up to date with us, and all things free software... enjoy!

Sun settles on GPL for open source Java

Sun Microsystems plans to release the first Java code later today under the General Public Licence (GPL).

[Sun choose the GPL for Java? Who would have guessed? It's definitely a smart move, since a copyleft license provides the best return on your investment. - dcparris]

Ubuntu should reconsider

Unfortunately, Ubuntu is becoming more and more of a disappointment lately. First they start shipping non-free software by default, then the edgy upgrade turns into a disaster and now I read about plans for including more non-free software and a 3D desktop by default in feisty (the next Ubuntu after edgy). To be honest, ever since I've seen the Feisty Fawn announcement I've been wondering what does the focus on "multimedia enablement and desktop effects" imply, the basic suspicion being will it include more non-free software by default?

Edgy pushed me over the edge

Days of frustration with Edgy, the latest release of Ubuntu Linux, have driven Alastair Otter to resort to an earlier version of Ubuntu Linux. And frankly, he's quite happy there.

Fedora Weekly News Issue 66

Fedora Weekly News Issue 66

FreeBSD 6.2 nears release

  • Reg Developer; By Federico Biancuzzi (Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Nov 13, 2006 9:39 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Interview
Robert Watson on the new security event auditing systemInterview The upcoming release of FreeBSD 6.2 includes the new security event auditing system, that "permits the selective and fine-grained logging of security-relevant system events for the purposes of post-mortem analysis, intrusion detection, and run-time monitoring analysis".

The four most trendy Linux developments

My daughter recently attended a party where an artist twisted black, white and orange balloons into a penguin. When she happily showed me her prize, all I could think of was Linux. Now that the open source operating system has become so pervasive I see it symbolically everywhere.

Open-source tools aid device development

Two plug-ins aimed at making the open-source Eclipse IDE (integrated development environment) more useful to device developers are available today for download and integration by embedded tools distributors and individual Eclipse users. Additionally, a third has achieved a milestone 0.7 release, but needs more community participation to improve Linux support.

The ITU and ICANN: a Game of Internet Cat and Mouse

  • ConsortiumInfo.org Standards Blog; By Andy Updegrove (Posted by Andy_Updegrove on Nov 13, 2006 7:16 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups:
Once upon a time, there was something new called "the Internet," and it was an unknown quantity. While some guessed what it could become, most did not. Famously, Mark Andreessen - of Mosaic, and later Netscape fame - and Tim Berners-Lee did, while Bill Gates did not. Less publicly, those that helped to create something that came to be called the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers - or ICANN - did, and the standards analogue of Bill Gates - the International Telecommunications Union - or ITU - did not.

Give the Gift of Pre-Installed Linux This Year

LXer Feature: 13-Nov-2006

With Christmas around the corner, you'll be glad to know that you can check out over 100 vendors around the globe who offer desktop and notebook computers with GNU/Linux pre-installed. Put another way, LXer's Pre-Installed Linux Vendor database is now available!

How Red Hat Lost Friends And Gained New Enemies

Red Hat, once the little company that could, for years could do no wrong. It rode the rising popularity of Linux to become a $280 million-a-year company with a market cap as high as $6 billion, claiming 80% of the market for Linux-based enterprise servers. Other Linux-friendly vendors loved Red Hat, since it gave them and their customers a viable alternative to Windows. Even Microsoft, while openly anti-Linux, didn't treat Red Hat as too much of a threat.

FSF's new site to help with licensing

The Free Software Foundation (FSF) Compliance Lab unveiled its updated web which provides information on the licences they publish, such as the General Public Licence (GPL).

CLI Magic: Enhancing the shell with fish

The Friendly Interactive Shell (fish) is an alternative command line that is designed to be easy to learn and use. fish turns on by default options that are available in shells such as Bash or tcsh and develops them far beyond other shells. The result is a command line that can go a long way toward curing the phobia that many GNU/Linux users nurse from their experience with the DOS command line.

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