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A prototype of solidDB™ Storage Engine for MySQL will be available for download and community testing on April 24, 2006.
San Jose, California - (The Hosting News) - April 17, 2006 - Enterprise security firm, Internet Security Systems, Inc. (ISS), has launched Linux support for its Proventia Server Intrusion Prevention System product line.
NetBeans 5.0 is an intuitive, well-designed Java development platform with superb collaboration capabilities and several remarkable features, including the new Matisse GUI builder. The limited number of plug-ins hamper wider acceptance, however, and some of the new features have rough edges.
Planned purchase of JBoss gives Linux vendor new hope in app server market
Find out how to write extensions in code for other plug-ins while not creating a binary dependency on those other plug-ins with the Eclipse V3.2's dynamic-extensions API. Accomplish all of this and more with the Open Services Gateway Initiative (OSGi)
services API and the dynamic APIs.
Practical, well-documented advice that can help secure your system.
If you really like what you see, Kororaa has just released version 0.2 of the Live CD with a complete installer, so you can have all that 3D loveliness on your hard drive. In case you're wondering, a Kororaa is a small Antipodean penguin. Tux the penguin is the symbol of Linux.
In deciding between open source and proprietary management tools, an organization may have to decide whether it's willing to forgo some niche features in exchange for a less costly tool that does 80% of what its proprietary counterpart does equally well. Large enterprises will typically pay for all the added features and functionality because they may actually use them. But the real sweet spot for open source management tools is the mid-market companies that want to manage things in a reliable way with a tool that's reasonable to set up, configure, and maintain, without a hefty price tag. With the advancement of open source management solutions, quality is becoming just as important a differentiator as value.
This is simply a list of some major security issues. The real story is here
On wednesday, Croatian LUG (HULK) will celebrate 10th anniversary of existance. Event will take place at Boogalo
in Zagreb and it will start in 20:00, 19th of April. Specially for this event, LUG engaged DJ Pytzek who will play EGOBOO.bits
and other music from artists who publish their work under Creative Commons license. Event is organized during DORS/CLUC conference
(you can still sign in
for the conference), so you can meet some conference speakers too. Celebration event is open to everyone, so if you are near Zagreb, don't miss this opportunity to get free beer (free as a beer ;) ).
Thanks to one of our readers, NewsForge has obtained a copy of the widely reported Windows/Linux cross-platform "proof of concept" virus. News reports thus far on the code have contradicted themselves: some reported the virus can replicate itself on both Windows and Linux, others saying it has a viral nature only on Windows. Testing by both NewsForge staff and Hans-Werner Hilser may reveal why the confusion.
D-Link delivers wifi-routers with badly configured NTP server lists. Despite violating service agreements and effectively DDos'ing these servers, D-Link denies any compensation.
Ever wonder if that ISO or backup CD or DVD you burned last year is still good? This week we'll take a look at a small command-line utility called cdck that checks the condition of data on the media and let you know if it's still good.
Last weekend, April 15-16, 2006, the third Install Fest was organized by Free Software Macedonia, at the facilities of “Narodna Tehnika” in Skopje. This year’s edition, in addition to installation of free software for the visitors, indluded several other activities: workshops, lectures, debates...
Review: GNOME Version 2.14 adds compelling refinements to the Linux desktop, including desktop search.
For years now, the Linux and open-source desktop has had the benefit of multiple software projects pushing forward to create nicer-looking, more useful environments. One of the most prominent of those projects, GNOME, recently underwent one of its twice-yearly updates, and the result is a compelling set of refinements.
If your laptop computer is a complement to your desktop machine, you're probably well aware of the need to synchronize data between the two. This article from Jem Matzan will show you two ways to accomplish this on GNU/Linux-based machines.
The Chinese Government ban on the sale of naked computers (computers without pre-installed software) may open the way for Linux distributions loaded with open source applications to increase its penetration of the massive Chinese market.
LINUX distributor Novell has taken a shot at open-source rival Sun, saying the company's moves to open the code on its Solaris operating system had added little to the open-source community.
Back in the mid 1980s, it would have been hard to imagine anyone breaking the IT market dominance of the mighty IBM. Big Blue was seven times as big as the number two player. Then along came Microsoft, changed the rules of the game and usurped the throne. Now along comes Google and the open source movement and the rules have changed again. In an era of open source, web services, wireless connnectivity and converged communications, can Microsoft maintain its market grip going forward?
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