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We know you've been waiting for it, so here's the next installment of our NX series. This time out, learn how to navigate with hands-on exercises that demonstrate all NX can do.
Global leaders such as Cisco, DaimlerChrysler, General Electric, Lockheed Martin, and Siemens depend on QNX technology for network routers, medical instruments, vehicle telematics units, security and defense systems, industrial robotics, and other mission- or life-critical applications.
- A new version of pocketlinux, a minimalist Slackware-based distribution with KDE Light, has been released. New features in version 1.3 include: upgraded KDE components to 3.4.2, arts to 1.4.2, Firefox to 1.0.7; added multilanguage support for Firefox; added French language support...
OSDir has some great shots of pocketlinux 1.3.
The Open Source term has been a great success - its unambiguous nature has appealed to journalists who want to avoid terminological confusion when writing about the community's recent achievements, such as the Firefox web browser or the Open Office.org office suite. However, the change of phrase, combined with the apolitical stance of some sections of the community, has resulted in a loss of focus on the freedoms that Free Software stands for.
Red Hat, world's leading provider of open source solutions, plans to launch Linux operating systems in eight Indian languages including Marathi, Telegu and Malayalam next year, Javed Tapia, Director, Red Hat India, said today.
The importance of an application has less to do with its size or popularity than it does with the importance of the need it fulfills. Recently I needed a font viewer, so I was happy to find FONTpage 0.2, a new font viewing utility written by Paul Sherman. FONTpage allows you to input text, display it in any of your system fonts, and, if you like, create a PNG image of the text. I found it handy for creating Web site logos.
The enterprise is about open source. Open source is about the enterprise. Its business value is unrivaled. Okay, okay, we get that. But when you strip away all the efficiency models, the market-speak, and the TCO reports, what's fun about open source? Dee-Ann LeBlanc reports on the State of the Gaming Nation in Linux and open source today.
If Fox News offers an opportunity for an opposition viewpoint to James Prendergasts' article, "Massachusetts Should Close Down OpenDocument" this would be one response.
The latest Accessibility tools
released from IBM focuses on creating end-to-end accessibility for all users. This bundle of tools includes key projects from IBM scientists, engineers, and developers from labs from around the world.
Round Two is one of several companies involved in the Mozilla Development Business Ecosystem Group. On Monday, they announced that in about one month they will be releasing at least 4 newly upgraded Firefox extensions:
With over 700 attendees and a speaking track packed full of goodies, the one-day Ohio Linux Fest held this past Saturday in the city of Columbus was an unqualified success. KDE had a booth at the event which was kept exceedingly busy the entire day
Opinion:It's not coincidence that after Massachusetts made it clear that it would support open formats, Microsoft is now going to include PDF in the next version of Office. (PDFzone)
Number of U.S. IPOs in Third Quarter Increased Just 2% From Same Quarter Last Year
IBM has released a set of software programs to help older workers with age-related disabilities stay productive at the office.
Mozilla Corp., the developer of the popular Firefox Web browser, welcomes Web developers to the public beta of the Mozilla Developer Center (MDC) available now at http://developer.mozilla.org.
MDC provides valuable and comprehensive resources for building Web sites and Web applications for all Web browsers. The site also features technical information for developers who are targeting support for the upcoming release of Firefox 1.5 as well as resources for developing Firefox-specific Extensions and plug-ins.
It's been a while since the last update on the Open Graphics Project, so I've put together this article to fill in the community on what's been happening, what's going to happen, and how we can make what happens happen faster. Since the last update, a number of things have been going on, some more slowly than others. Although we're not too far off the Gantt chart, it is nevertheless frustrating for us to find the time to work on some things. For a hardware project that's being done in our spare time, though, things are going rather well, and there's a very strong likelihood that you'll see real hardware for sale on our web site before the year is out. Especially if we can get help on a few things from the community. Read on for details.
EmDebian (embedded Debian) will be represented in the dot-org pavillion at this week's LinuxWorld tradeshow in London, and project leader Wookey will help man the booth. Developers interested in discussing embedded Debian or embedded open source are invited to drop by.
A growing number of enterprises find open-source software delivers advantages in cost, choice, support.
Trade shows such as LinuxWorld Conference& Expo (LWCE) are all about business, and pay very little attention to the community aspect of Linux. Ohio LinuxFest, by contrast, is put on entirely by a loosely knit team of volunteer organizers, with help from sponsors to fund the event. If last Saturday's event was any indication, the community is not only alive and well, it's thriving. More than 700 people attended this third annual event in Columbus.
RLX Technologies doesn't make hardware anymore, but it does have a Linux-based software suite.
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