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IPCop offers an interesting interface that provides you with detailed information about what kind of attacks are currently active on your network. This information is provided as an integration with Snort, a project that focuses on discovering intrusion attempts.
As an ardent C++ developer, I’m often traumatized by the amount of potentially useful software infrastructure that simply doesn't exist. When working in Java there are multitudes of frameworks and reusable libraries that allow many problems to be solved at high levels of abstraction without reference to the underlying technology. So why are there so many things the C++ developer must do by hand, which a Java developer can do by reusing existing code?
The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include Linux kernel developers’ position on GPLv3, why Torvalds is sitting out the GPLv3 process, IBM adopts Open patent policy, Mozilla Firefox trademark and Debian, McAfee and Symantec think Vista is unfair and the truth about a claimed Firefox exploit.
Linux or open source seems to thrive wherever Left governments rule. And as Kerala schools log Microsoft out and boot open source systems, Linux world is buzzing with excitement over possibilities in the communist-ruled states. Though West Bengal and Tripura have to go whole hog to adopt a free software model, ideological closeness is more than evident.
There’s no shortage of open source programmers out there. According to a recent study of 5,000 developers by research firm IDC, 71% say they have used open source software, and half reported that use of open source is increasing within their organisations.
In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: KBoard, a game canvas, gets several new chess-based themes, whilst KSokoban gets many new levels. KPhotoAlbum imports the winning entry from its Splashscreen Contest. Krazy and apidox (parts of the EBN test suite) move from playground into the kdesdk module. KBlog, a library to interface with various blogs, is imported into the PIM playground in KDE SVN.
This multi-media streaming engine integrates well with existing web-based enterprise applications, has been tested on Apache Axis and WebSphere service hosts, and can run on both Linux and Windows.
The open source community doesn’t always deliver software that customers want, says Rob Levy, executive vice president and chief technology officer of BEA Systems.
The latest Internet Security Threat Report released by Symantec shows that it is none other than home users, who are being increasingly targeted by attackers for identity theft, fraud, and other financially motivated crimes.
Active in both Open Source and Linux market for 10 years, Linbox develops and markets software infrastructure administration products for medium to large organizations. The software products marketed by the company encompass authentication, back up and asset management, and more. Linbox has two flagship products, Linbox Directory Server ("LDS") and Linbox Rescue Server ("LRS").
The Jahshaka Project (www.jahshaka.org), an open source project developing the first complete, open-source, real-time editing and visual effects application, announced the release of the final version of Jahshaka 2.0 before moving to a new source code.
Security professionals warned developers on Thursday that they need to be aware that their open-source repositories can now be easily mined, allowing attackers to target programs that are likely to be flawed. While Google could previously be used to look for specific strings, now the search engine riffles through code that much better.
Northern Marianas College instructor David Rumptz will hold the next series of his Linux OS classes from Oct. 10 to 12 at Room V104 of the campus.
Have you ever noticed that people external to the world of Free and Open Source Software keep wondering about «the Community»? They seem to be curious to know the phenomenon of the so-called FOSS community. They usually show themselves eager to «know more» about it, sometimes -perhaps unconsciously so- willing to join it, to be be part of that Thing that pertains as much to their own fantasies of hackerdom as to the widespread interest on secret societies (which the FOSS community really is not).
From the Dept. of Big Duh:
But the kicker was he began to realize that Microsoft, whose senior VP of corporate development and strategy had promised that Microsoft would in some way guarantee the SCO investment, started showing signs it might not do that after all:
"Mr. Emerson and I discussed a variety of investment structures wherein Microsoft would 'backstop,' or guarantee in some way, BayStar's investment.... Microsoft assured me that it would in some way guarantee BayStar's investment in SCO."
[What's that saying about no honor among thieves....Tuxchick]
KDE will ship the 5th maintenance update to KDE 3.5 next week. This release includes a bunch of bug fixes, improved language support, a new version of kopete and tons more.
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.
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