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Microsoft today made available a new test build for Windows Vista, the mythical desktop operating system of legend. It's called RC2, or Release Candidate 2 (build number 5744), and it really is only for diehard Vista testaholics. And the stupid.
The raw footage from a film shot in London has been made available for the public to download from the Stray Cinema website. The idea is to provide people with the opportunity to create their own version of the film, following the guidelines set by the Open Source movement found in software development and licensing.
This tutorial describes how to set up MySQL master-master replication. We need to replicate MySQL servers to achieve high-availability (HA). In my case I need two masters that are synchronized with each other so that if one of them drops down, other could take over and no data is lost. Similarly when the first one goes up again, it will still be used as slave for the live one.
A special episode of the video podcast "the_source" has been released with interviews from Ohio Linuxfest.
I am proud to announce that version 1.3 of the WinOSSCDRom is available. WinOSSCDRom now contains over 690 Megs of Open Source goodness for Windows. Note: all included software has a Linux version as well available on the software titles home page.
An excellent source of free offers from many categories -- including software -- is the No. 1 Free Stuff Web site. There, you'll find pointers to free MP3 music files, software, e-mail, services, clothes, games, and even free money for surfing the Web.
There have always been problems with distributing urgent public safety information. These problems show up, over and over, with every hurricane, tornado, flood and wildfire. At this moment in history, problems fall in three areas of responsibility (and, for that matter, responsiveness):
Mentat Technologies has announced a new version of MySQL Turbo Manager. Now at version 3.6, the New MySQL Turbo Manager includes the most advanced options for database development and administration.
I recently had my fourtieth birthday. When I announced it to a group, a woman came up to me to tell me how brave I was to admit to my age. I found it strange. I'm not ashamed to be this old. In fact, I'm glad about it. When I was a teenager, everyone said that the World War III would have happened by now, and I would be living in a post-apocalyptic anarchic civilization like in the movie Road Warrior. I really prefer how things turned out.
[Just a good Saturday read... - dcparris]
Recently I gave a professional development seminar on effective Internet searching to about 25 colleagues, most of whom have higher degrees in the humanities. The response was overwhelmingly positive and, although it was not the intent of the seminar, they are now enthusiastic about the use of Firefox over Internet Explorer to the point where a number of them asked for my notes to give to friends and family. As the presentation was focused specifically on increasing the productivity of online searching, it was a pleasant surprise to have my co-workers respond so positively to the use of Firefox, to the point where they were even promoting it themselves. There are some lessons for OSS advocacy that can be drawn from this.
London, UK (OPENPRESS) October 7, 200 -- The infamous .Org Village at LinuxWorld 2006 will unveil and showcase some of the latest developments in free Open Source technology. The .Org Village is renowned throughout the Linux world for bringing together trendsetting and trailblazing organisations, campaigns and projects. Joomla!, GNOME and MythTVTalk are just a few of the participants who will introduce new and exciting ways to use Open Source technology in education, at home and in the office.
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OCT. 4 10:11 A.M. ET Red Hat Inc., which distributes the open-source Linux operating system, said Wednesday it named Mark Enzweiler to serve as vice president of North American channel sales.
One of the downsides of beta testing is that your test machine invariably becomes a splintered mess in a very short of space of time, as your fresh beta build gets pulled apart, tweaked, recovers from crashes and so on.
[For all our alpha testers out there. - dcparris]
De Mozilla Foundation heeft de tweede release candidate de deur uit gedaan van Firefox 2.0, ook wel 'Bon Echo' genoemd. Deze cross-platform opensource webbrowser voor het internet en bevat een aantal nieuwe features en verbeteringen ten opzichte van de huidige Firefox generatie. Zo heeft bijvoorbeeld elke tab een apart sluitknopje en zijn er beschermende maatregelingen tegen het zogenaamde 'phishing' aanwezig. Wat er precies allemaal veranderd is in deze release kunnen we je helaas niet vertellen, want de release notes zijn identiek aan die van de eerste release candidate en de tweede bètarelease. Voor de volledigheid geven we ze hier toch nog even:
[We also welcome articles in other languages. - dcparris]
Firefox 2 Release Candidate 2 (RC 2), the latest preview release of the next version of the Firefox browser, is now available for download.
Wherever you may stand in regard to it, the open source community can be seen as a mixed blessing. True, the programs are available for little to no money, but sometimes a development team consisting of too many chefs can ruin any good intentions that created the effort.
The Linux mention in this blog entry by Adobe's manager for the flash player project is small, but enticing. The Linux Flashplayer 9 beta is in the certification labs at Adobe and it is the same version as the just release flashplayer 9 update beta for Windows and Mac. Not open source, but, as followers of http://blogs.adobe.com/penguin.swf/know,
far more transparent than we're used to.
As Red Hat prepares to launch its much anticipated channel program, the Linux company appointed Mark Enzweiler, 50, as vice president of global channel sales strategy and sales at Red Hat. Enzweiler, formerly vice president of global channel strategy and sales at Lenovo, and former vice president of north channel sales and director of global sales at IBM, spoke with CRN's Paula Rooney.
Famous for his reverse engineering, an author of the DeCSS content de-scrambling software "DVD Jon" is playing a slightly different tune now. Rather than working against DRM as he has been known to do, he is now apparently experimenting with the idea of using DRM to his and supposedly customers advantage.
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