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Looking for an Adobe Photoshop replacement on Linux? If the GIMP doesn't cut it, maybe Pixel will.
We recently saw a minor security bug discovered in the latest stable release of the popular Mozilla Firefox 1.5 browser. However, there are more issues if you are still using one of the older versions of the browser. A working code has been released on the internet, which makes use of a flaw in the older version of the open source browser. And if you have not upgraded to the latest version (Firefox 1.5), it is a good time to do so.
Sun's chief open-source officer says customers shouldn't have to continually buy document software in order to keep their information and documents alive.
Nokia's 770 Internet Tablet has been reviewed at Arstechnica and they write. "So what exactly is an Internet Tablet?
The Nokia 770 measures 5.5in. x 3.1in x 0.7in and weighs in at a hair over 8 ounces. It also has a 4.13in. LCD display, and what a display it is: 16-bit color at 800x480. It runs something called "Internet Tablet 2005 Software Edition" which is actually a tweaked version of Debian. It comes with a fair amount of bundled applications including a web browser (Opera), e-mail client, audio and video players, image viewer, RSS reader, Internet radio player, and more."
Since the announcement that Internet Explorer 7 would add built-in support for RSS news feeds there has been much discussion over two key points: what to call them and what icon to use. Microsoft developers shared conceptual designs in October, but have now settled on a preexisting icon -- Firefox's.
When you shop for a PC, the first thing you would like to know is how much RAM is most suitable for your work. Here is an article which throws light on this subject.
In what the company calls one of its most significant open-source announcements in years, IBM will be working closely with new top-tier partners Red Hat and Novell to provide combined subscription models and streamlined sales channels.
The Southern California Linux Expo has announced the availability of online ticket sales for SCALE 4x. Early ticket purchases are discounted. Special student pricing is also available.
If you throw enough sphagetti at the wall, perhaps some of it will stick! :)
This article looks at the management of the private key for the Software Publishing Certificate (SPC). SPCs are used to digitally sign binaries that are produced by software development vendors. Digitally signing executables proves the identity of the software vendor and guarantees that the code has not been altered or corrupted since it was created and signed. Signing the code requires access to the SPC and the Private Key (PVK) associated with the SPC.
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Lately, I have been hearing that Ubuntu is an easy Linux distribution to install and it is easier to install than Windows XP. I have even heard remarks that "My grandmother could install Ubuntu." With that being said, I did virtual installs of both Ubuntu Linux and Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2 to see which one I felt was easier. The XP interface was easier to work with but had many more screens to work through than the Ubuntu Linux.
Network specialist Novell, the maker of the Linux distribution SuSE, has announced an agreement with the Federal Government of Switzerland. The IT infrastructure of Swiss public administration will soon be running on SuSE Linux Enterprise servers. More than 3000 servers of the Swiss Federal Government will be running on Novell's Linux server OS upon rollout. Novell was awarded the contract after a public tender.
LXer Day Desk: 12-14-2005
Back when the Communists ran the Soviet Union, truth never reached the outside world. Within the big computer manufacturers, media relations people have gestapo like power. Want to keep your job? Never let them find you quoted in the newspaper, especially about Microsoft.
But today, the time has come for you to find out what lurks behind the corporate veil, particularly when it comes to the subject of Microsoft and Linux. President Bush open this gate! Mr. Bush, tear down this wall!
Related Article: Congress: Clear the Air about Microsoft, Apple and Linux
Looking for AJAX groupware that is easy to install, easy to use, and easy to live with? Check out the newest version of Citadel’s
WebCit. Just released today, the newest version of this web-based front end to the open-source Citadel groupware system now sports a range of user-friendly AJAX-enabled features.
[ED-Guess the people behind this have been busy voting on this story but it looks interesting so we are posting it anyway. Please refrain from this in the future -bstadil]
Clustering allows an application server to support multiple nodes with failover, session data sharing, and load balancing across many network nodes. This article provides details, direct from the Apache Geronimo clustering effort team leader, Jeff Genender. Find out who is working on the details, how they work together to get the code written, and the ramifications these efforts are having on the open source community.
If the mere mention of
master documents brings back memories of corrupted files and lost data, give Writer a chance to show you they're not all bad.
As open source, especially Linux, makes its way into nearly every sector of the economy, one of the final frontiers is the military and aerospace market, where new applications must clear hurdles such as the FAA's rigorous DO-178B certification for aviation software. California-based LynuxWorks, developer of the LynxOS real time operating system and BlueCat Linux embedded distribution, has staked its future on the idea that open source and the military/aerospace market can not only coexist, but thrive together.
Computer code that demonstrates how a known flaw in an older version of the Firefox or Mozilla web browsers can be exploited in a potentially crippling attack was published on the web over the weekend.
The vulnerability was fixed in Firefox 1.0.5, released in July, and in Mozilla Suite 1.7.9, according to Mozilla.
The code was published by Aviv Raff, a developer in Israel. Writing in his blog on Sunday he said: "I think it's been enough time for people to upgrade from v1.0.4 of Firefox." Raff's code doesn't do much harm but he notes that it would be easy to turn it into malicious code that commandeers a vulnerable system.
No matter which Linux distribution you choose, there are at least 10 things you do to properly prepare the operating system for connection to the Internet.
[Ed: Not a bad tutorial, especially if you're coming over from the Windows world. - dcparris]
This is the fourth and final set of my observations based on IBM's recent analyst conference from its Software Group. As I have discussed in my previous articles, SOA (service-oriented architecture) now pervades all of IBM's software offerings. Is this a good thing? Yes. Are there unanswered problems? Yes. I have discussed the former in my previous articles; I will now highlight the latter.
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