Hypervisor software is all the rage, and Microsoft plans to enter the market with its own product in 2007.
A respected open source advocate launches an enterprise open source consulting firm with a global network of open source experts.
The open source software movement is making the leap from the desktop to the stars with applications like Virtual Moon Atlas, Stellarium, and Celestia. Amateur astronomers use these programs to identify lunar features, chart celestial bodies for observing sessions, and take users on virtual tours of the universe.
The Code Skipper, a new free Qt community resource site has been founded to provide our community of developers with a place to meet. This is a site where tutorials and articles that can be found on a range of Qt related subjects including a Programming with Qt tutorial, Building a Universal SQL Client and 3D Programming. The Code Skipper also contains a lot of code that can be easily integrated into your applications. Learn Qt tricks from there and share your own ideas.
Administrators and power users will be pleased to note that the text of the Locking down KDE with Kiosk Mode article as featured in newly published book Linux Desktop Hacks is available for reading online. Written by our very own Dot editor and KDE hacker Jonathan Riddell, this article takes you through basic Kiosk configuration using the Kiosk Admin Tool to lock down KDE. A must read for anyone from internet cafe administrators to those who have a KDE machine for children to use.
JS20 blade server, a model based on Big Blue's PowerPC 970FX chip, is available for use in the BladeCenter T chassis designed for telecommunications customers.
And if the Linux desktop wants to play, it had better get a lot better, a lot faster.
The small business market presents a couple challenges to Linux. Small businesses often lack a trained IT staff, and are staffed by users familiar with Microsoft applications. In such an environment, Linux can be a tough sell. However, companies such as Point Clark Networks, developer of ClarkConnect, are striving to bring the security, reliability, and cost advantages of open source to the small business market.
Updated browser has reintroduced a seven-year-old vulnerability, security company claims.
Welcome to the first edition of the new Linux User Show on The Podcast Network. Our premiere includes...
A rash of reports saying that Linux adoption has stalled seems like another attempt to spread disinformation. Let me tell you what we're seeing.
Ken Starks of Austin, TX, better known as Helios17 around these parts, has begun a quest to further the development of user space applications for the Linux operating system. To this end, he also has opened a website dedicated to the cause.
A closer look at the new Nokia 770, the platform supporting it and its ties to open source.
One of the reasons for the popularity of Mozilla's Firefox browser is its ability to enhance itself with extensions. Extensions are small programs which when assimilated into an application enhance its features. The email application from the Mozilla stable, Thunderbird, can use extensions as well. Here are some Thunderbird extensions that make emailing a tad easier and more fun.
Initially misunderstood, FreeNX is starting to building momentum.
some of the most important recent trends online came about thanks to open source software. Blogs, for example, are websites that can be easily updated to allow users set up an online journal or "web-log" (hence, blog) that would bring forth individual points of views or discussions.
If anyone can be called an evangelist of the commercial value of open source software, it's Matthew Szulik, chief executive officer of Red Hat Inc. He has guided the company to profitability as other Linux startups have gone down in flames around him, all the while managing the difficult task of succeeding in both the open source software community and the enterprise data center.
The Intel Innovation Meet, which was held at Renaissance in Mumbai, highlighted various aspects of Intel's growth strategy for the future and its plans for emerging markets and India.
The Debian Project is pleased to announce the official release of Debian GNU/Linux version 3.1 codenamed ''sarge'' after nearly three years of constant development. Debian GNU/Linux is a free operating system which supports a total of eleven processor architectures, includes KDE, GNOME and GNUstep desktop environments, features cryptographic software, is compatible with the FHS v2.3, and supports software developed for the LSB.
Stealth Surfer II is said to support secure, anonymous surfing and e-mail, and it makes for a clever and reasonably simple solution for portable privacy.