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EU study says open source could increase competitiveness

Increased use of free and open source software in Europe could increase the region's competitiveness with the US, according to a European Commission study.

LCA Opening Day

Linux.conf.au kicked off today at UNSW, beginning with a series of mini conferences covering the topics of Debian, GNOME, education, embedded, virtualisation, MySQL and Research.

Take logical partitioning in the p5 environment to the next level

Learn how to configure a p5 server to provide redundancy and recoverability in a production environment. You should already be familiar with how to create and configure a VIO Server and an LPAR.

CMS Institute to Offer Red Hat Curriculum as Part of CCNS Program

Red Hat announced that it is playing an important role in shaping CMS Institute's CMS Certified Network Specialist (CCNS). The CCNS program is India's first networking-based Infrastructure Management program for youth seeking gainful employment in the ITeS industry.

What's the Linux Holdup?

  • OSWeekly.com; By Matt Hartley (Posted by gsh on Jan 15, 2007 12:17 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Linux
Giving desktop Linux a larger market share? To be honest, this can be a touchy subject for me, personally. Much of the reasoning behind my "rough feelings" on the matter stem from the fact that I disagree with much of the Linux and Microsoft camps in general. That's right, I think that large numbers from both groups are wrong, and it's because of this that each OS is experiencing so much trouble now in the press.

Mobile Linux for the Mobile Fan

  • MadPenguin.org; By Matt Hartley (Posted by gsh on Jan 15, 2007 11:25 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Linux
Linux powered mobiles phones are hardly news. But when you toss in the ability customize your mobile OS just the way you like it, well, that’s another matter altogether.

DeLi Linux: A light Linux distribution, done right

Perhaps one of the best Linux distributions tailored for older hardware is DeLi Linux. It's simple, and performs well enough to run on hardware as old as a 486.

Open Phones with Open Moko

Can an open Linux phone platform change the mobile application game?While all eyes may have been on San Francisco and the launch of the developer-unfriendly Apple iPhone, the real game changers were demonstrating their strategy at CES 2007, in Las Vegas.

VirtualBox - VM software goes Open Source

VirtualBox is a virtual PC environment not unlike VMWare. It runs on Windows and Linux and supports a wide range of guest operating system. And the best, it's just been released under the GPL. There's no need to run non-free VMWare anymore.

FreeBSD 6.2 released

The FreeBSD team this morning released version 6.2 of the popular free Unix-like operating system.

World Domination – Finding Linux Everywhere

In the march of the penguins to World Domination, I have seen Linux become more and more commonplace. Back with my first attempt to install Slackware Linux from 3.5” floppies onto my Packard Bell 386 Legend with its 40MB hard drive, 1x CD-ROM and S3 video knockoff, I never did get X to run with any resolution higher than 300x400. It was horrible – the desktop was so large that my screen couldn't contain all of it. The window manager, as I recall that day in 1994, was VWM. As I wasn't so interested in a GUI environment, and really just wanted an UNIX-like PC so I could practice things like shell scripting, it was “Ok” for me. It was not “good enough” for my girlfriend though. She had her Mac Performa and what I used didn't matter.

KernelTrap: Server Migration

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DistroWatch Weekly: FreeBSD 6.2, review of Pardus Linux 2007

  • DistroWatch.com; By Ladislav Bodnar (Posted by dave on Jan 15, 2007 2:05 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Newsletter
Welcome to this year's third issue of DistroWatch Weekly! A somewhat slow week was concluded with a long-awaited new release of FreeBSD 6.2; we'll take a quick look at the new version and add a few more interesting bits and pieces from the BSD world. Besides covering the most popular BSD operating system, we also continue reviewing some of the promising new releases of 2006; this week it's the turn of Pardus Linux - an independently developed distribution with a superb package management infrastructure. In the news section, gNewSense starts work on a new release, a developer announces a Debian-based live CD for the Sony PlayStation 3, and Sun Microsystems offers a free DVD with Solaris 10 to all who are interested in checking out the venerable UNIX operating system. Finally, a quick reminder about a DistroWatch editorial policy. Happy reading!

The Linux Action Show! - Episode 30

This week, on The Linux Action Show! A new space combat game is coming to Linux, an EU report has all the right findings, CodeWeavers release a new version of CrossOver Office. Fedora Core 6 is rockin the install base, and a new OFFICIAL Ubuntu Package is going enable all your codecs. And more..

Swimming in the Global Talent Pool

When he was a 16-year-old student, Jeff Kiiza would never have imagined that 10 years later he’d be writing code in Perl, PHP/MySQL and AJAX for companies in the U.S., Canada, Australia and Spain — and that he’d be doing it from his home in Cordoba, Argentina. “Back then, it would have been a dream or science fiction,” he says. “But the availability of greater free-flowing bandwidth and companies turning to the Internet have allowed it.”

C-dac Launches Open Source Enterprise Software Applications

The Center for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) has launched five new open source products, including a directory of open source projects, a network security tool, and a supply chain management solution for SMBs, the center said in a release on Thursday.

Red Hat Opens Linux R&D Center in the Czech Republic

Red Hat is going to sink about $1.7 million in a new open source R&D center in Brno in the Czech Republic, where Sun, Microsoft and Skype also have R&D centers. Apparently it will benefit from the favorable treatment the country now accords R&D-related expenses. The center, located near the second-largest Czech university's Faculty of Informatics, should be fully operational early this year and employ 200 Linux developers.

An LCD Interface for PC-Based Robots

Need to connect an alphanumeric LCD display panel to your PC-based robot? Till Harbaum has created LCD2USB for just that purpose. It's a combination of Open Hardware and Free Software that allows you to cotrol HD44780 type LCD displays from the USB port of any Linux-based motherboard.

Adventures with OpenSUSE

In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: NEPOMUK integration, and a new "browser" interface added to Akonadi.

KDE Commit-Digest for 14th January 2007

  • KDE Dot News; By Danny Allen (Posted by dcparris on Jan 14, 2007 5:50 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: KDE
In this week's KDE Commit-Digest: NEPOMUK integration, and a new "browser" interface added to Akonadi.

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