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The Mac mini is an ideal low-cost, high-performance PowerPC development platform for numerous applications. Learn how to install and configure Linux on the mini. Future articles will add the software required to make it into a stand-alone multimedia appliance.
Novell acquires Immunix, a leading Linux security program, to add server protection to its Linux server line.
Most HOWTOs seem to assume that after installation all works well and that you no longer need help configuring anything! Sometimes it just isn't so. This brief article provides some encouragement for those with hardware concerns and needing a basic beginner's overview of Linux network and hardware configuration.
The acquisition means that IBM will acquire some of the top developers on the Apache Geronimo application server, putting pressure on rivals JBoss and Novell.
Cost, security and dissatisfaction with Microsoft will drive almost two-thirds of local authorities to increase their use of open source software over the next three years, according to new research.
Sun Microsystems has bought SCO - or at least the company that used to be SCO - for $25m. Sun today announced its buy of Tarantella in a cash deal. Tarantella was once known as the Santa Cruz Operation (SCO) before that company sold its operating system assets to Caldera in 2001, kicking off a world of hurt for Linux fans everywhere.
Ian Murdock, founder of the Debian project, chairman and chief strategist of Progeny will be our guest
PathScale's InfiniPath™ interconnect (the industry's lowest latency InfiniBand-compatible cluster interconnect) will be the first OpenIB standards-compliant interconnect that offers both lower latency and higher bandwidth than existing proprietary cluster interconnects. InfiniPath will support the full OpenIB software stack. PathScale Technology Strategist Johann George to serve as a member of the OpenIB Board of Directors. PathScale will be a strong technical voice in the OpenIB initiative and valuable contributor to OpenIB stack functionality and reliability.
For the first time in history, there are more Linux software choices than Windows choices -- in the 64-bit arena -- but it is likely that the situation will not remain that way for long. Let the debate begin anew, in other words.
The ASF's Harmony project, an open-source J2SE platform, is inspiring more interest than confidence among developers.
Northern Territory's department of corporate and information systems (DCIS) has issued a white paper requesting proposals for its second generation whole of government desktop outsourcing contract which includes provisions for an open source solution.
If you're new to open-source CMSes, here are some guidelines to help you find the best one for your project.
Microsoft Corporation is preparing a gallant pageant to celebrate 25 years of what should at the very least be considered remarkable marketing. But what can the Linux world learn from Microsoft's past 25 years of unique experiences and domination? I think we can uncover a lot simply going back to that first fateful year when Microsoft released PC-DOS...
Latest version of leading Open Source ERP and CRM system supports improved issue tracking and security management, as well as new support for LiFo, FiFo, and Average costing.
YES Linux Release Team would like to announce the immediate availability of YES Linux 2.2 Build 3. This is the third build of YES Linux 2.2. This release features more updates to features than to new features such as php, and apache.
Welcome to this year's 19th issue of DWN, the weekly newsletter for the Debian community. Shortly before the release a discussion on the version number for sarge arose. In light of the upcoming release of sarge, the debian-release list has seen a flood of requests to update packages in sarge which the release team are dealing with.
Eclipse plug-ins and add-ins for ClearCase, ClearQuest, ProjectConsole, Rational Rose, Robot, Rose RealTime, TeamTest, and Test RealTime, listed here will help Rational developers extend and enhance their deployed Rational tools.
At the University of North Carolina School of Medicine and affiliated hospitals, intranet and Web site users felt like they were "visiting a foreign land" each time they landed on a different department, says UNC Healthcare IT staff director Jim Walsh. Each department had it own look and feel, which made a hodge-podge for people going from site to site to perform searches and look up information. Today, however, after a revamp that included migration to the Plone open source content management system, site visitors have sense of a unified organization, and UNC staff feel at home with the new technology.
In the seemingly never-ending quest to balance openness with profits, one of India's more influential professors is devising yet another open-source licensing program.
- The Fedora Project would like to announce the release of Fedora Core 4 test 3; currently scheduled to be the final test release before Fedora Core 4. Included in this release are many various bugfixes, updated translations, and package updates.
See what's in store for Core 4 in OSDir's Fedora Core 4 Test 3 Screenshot Tour.
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