Showing all newswire headlinesView by date, instead?
« Previous ( 1 ...
) Next »
Harris and BBN Choose RTLinuxPro for Mission-Critical Software-Defined Radio and Other Advanced Wireless Applications
Migration from Windows to Linux has always been one of those tasks that we've all been able to perform from one extent to another, but it hasn't been simple has it? Sure, it can be done, but can it be done easily? That is the ultimate question.
IBM is giving-away DB2 Express-C, a version of DB2 Universal Database Express Edition to the developer community. DB2 Express-C is a no-charge data server for use in application development and deployment. It provides the same core data server features as DB2 Universal Database Express Edition. DB2 Express-C offers a solid base to build and deploy all applications including: C/C++, Java, .NET, PHP, and more.
iRobot uses embedded Linux to build an autonomous UGV (unmanned ground vehicle) that does military scouting, guarding and hauling supplies.
A demonstration of the next release of Novell's Linux for desktops drew cheers and applause Wednesday, although the final version of the software is not expected for some months.
Nat Friedman, the company's vice president of Linux desktop engineering, showed Novell Linux Desktop 10 playing videos and MP3 music files, and exchanging music and photos with an iPod and a digital camera, in a keynote presentation at the Solutions Linux conference and trade show on the outskirts of Paris.
Nokia is contributing the core components of the Python for S60 software to the open-source developer community in order to encourage developers to take advantage of the potential for open-source mobile applications development on the S60 smart-phone platform.
The first security and stability update to Mozilla Firefox 1.5 has been released. It is recommended that all Firefox users upgrade to this latest version.
Instead of making technology predictions for 2006, the Power Architecture challenge takes prognosticators to task, debunking some classic fortune-telling myths
, showing how much successful scrying and blindfolded dart-playing have in common.
The ReactOS team has suspended development to do a code review amid concerns that stolen code from the world's most used OS found its way into the project.
Spread Firefox has translated the secret of open source's power - a huge, distributed and connected development team - into the sphere of marketing. But where are Spread Linux, Spread Thunderbird, Spread GIMP, Spread Audacity and the rest? [Ed: Seems like Glyn and Helios need to get together on this. Helios is behind the Linux4Austin project. - dcparris]
Opinion: The GPL 3 may yet change into something that Linus Torvalds can bless, and if that happens, Linux and Solaris may trade code after all.
Among other things, Enron prided itself on hiring the best and the brightest. A peak inside its email records provides a contrary view. The sample collected by Email Battles exposes sexual humorists, bathroom jokers, and outright perverts
. All in all, a rogues' gallery of sophomoric comedic wannabees. The lesson: Your email (and IM) history lives forever. Hopefully, it won't come back to haunt you like it has the employees of Enron.
Book Review -- The Debian System: Concepts and Techniques
Welcome to this year's fifth issue of DistroWatch Weekly and happy New Year to all our Chinese readers! We'll start with news about rPath, a Linux distribution and company, formally launched last week after concluding a round of venture capital financing. Which Windows applications would you most like to see running under Linux? That's what Novell wants to know -- with some preliminary results of the survey already available -- in order to help with porting them to our favourite operating system. This will be followed by more news about Xandros, Morphix, and SUSE, as well as a link to a mouthwatering bunch of KDE 4 screenshots. In our First Look series, we'll check out the progress the developers of Symphony OS have made during the last three months. Happy reading! Listen to the Podcast edition of this week's DistroWatch Weekly in ogg (4.25MB) or mp3 (5.06MB) format (courtesy of Shawn Milo). Join us at irc.freenode.net #distrowatch
Novell has been polling the public for the last month to find out what Windows-only applications, if ported to Linux, would increase the likelihood that people would switch to Linux. CoolSolutions site editor Scott Morris reported on Wednesday that more than 10,000 votes have been counted since the first week of January.
Opinion: There have been too many reports of Google about to do Gigantic, Enormous Things. And then they don't. Or, rather they do, but only when it comes to their real business: search. (Linux-Watch)
Nigeria has joined the league of nations that have succeeded in liberating thier citizens from the exploitative clutches of proprietary and hyper-commercial operating system (OS) software by developing local version of Linux as a credible and affordable alternative.
LinuxCertified has announced its next "Linux Fundamentals" course. The two-day introduction to Linux will broaden attendees horizons with a detailed overview of the operating system.
LinClips has posted a very interesting screencast
of the unique Ark Linux 2005.2.
If you code or play with configuration files in Linux, chances are the editor you use is either vi or Emacs. While most people agree that vi is a hacker's tool and Emacs is more of a text editor, flame wars between the two camps aren't uncommon. vile, which stands for "vi like emacs," attempts to bring together the best of both worlds.
« Previous ( 1 ...
) Next »