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SCO's Revenue Continues to Plunge

  • eWEEK Linux (Posted by dave on Apr 14, 2005 10:37 AM EDT)
  • Groups: SCO, Sun; Story Type: News Story
The company's revenue dropped $2.5 million first quarter to first quarter, and the company still doesn't know if it will be permitted to continue trading in Nasdaq. Its CEO also announced that the company no longer sees any problem with Sun open-sourcing Solaris.

Using PHP instead of robots.txt

Ken Coar raises eyebrows with his thoughts on using PHP scripts instead of normally static files like robots.txt

Spanish supermarket giant chooses Red Hat Linux

  • ComputerWeekly.com (Posted by dave on Apr 14, 2005 9:18 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Red Hat
Mercadona, one of Spain’s leading supermarket chains, is deploying Red Hat Linux software on 10,000 desktops.

Novell wins SARS open source deal

Novell has been named as the South African Receiver of Revenue's open source solution provider. Last month, SARS called for submissions from open source solution providers for end-to-end enterprise-level Linux system software.

Easy-To-Use Eclipse XML Editor for Linux

The Linux based Compound XML Document Editor (CXDE) from IBM’s software group uses Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) to provide a more customized editing experience for developers.

Chipmakers release source code for drivers

  • CNET News.com; By Ingrid Marson (Posted by dave on Apr 14, 2005 8:05 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Via and XGI say they hope to increase the number of Linux platforms that are compatible with their hardware.

Linux and thin clients

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on Apr 14, 2005 7:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The primary goal of Linux desktop operation is to give users access to typical desktop applications -- word processors, spreadsheets, Web browsers, etc. An alternative exists to this configuration, though: thin client computing. In many respects, thin client computing is very old; the typical mainframe model, with a large central server and many dumb terminals attached to it, closely resembles thin client computing. Thin clients, though, give users the ability to run GUI programs. Before going too far with a desktop Linux deployment, you may want to consider a Linux thin client solution. It's not for everybody, but some sites can benefit from it.

Using a Linux failover router

  • Linux.com; By Rohit Girhotra (Posted by yuk on Apr 14, 2005 6:59 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Community
In this article we will look at setting up an existing Linux machine as a failover router to provide quick and automatic switchover from a dead Internet connection (the primary connection) to one that is operational (the secondary connection).

Editorials: Why everyone should use Mozilla Firefox

  • http://www.desktopos.com/; By Tim Mullins (Posted by tim1980 on Apr 14, 2005 6:54 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Mozilla
This articles purpose is to introduce users of Microsoft® Internet Explorer and Outlook Express to the new world of Mozilla Firefox & Thunderbird

Red Hat Updates to Support Dual-Core Processors

The latest version of RHEL 4, still being beta tested, will make use of the 2.6 kernel and will be compatible with the upcoming AMD and Intel dual-core x86 server processors.

Safe Computing on the Internet

  • The Linux Box; By Adam Trickett (Posted by VISITOR on Apr 14, 2005 5:37 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
There is no reason why you should ever have a computer virus infection, or have to reinstall your computer because it doesn't work properly. You should also be perfectly safe to pay for things over the Internet with your credit card, and use your computer for on-line banking.

Interview with Richard Stallman

  • Linux Link Tech Show; By Hackmeister (Posted by hackmeister on Apr 14, 2005 5:18 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Interview; Groups: GNU
Richard Stallman discusses the usual important issues regarding freedom and the GNU/Linux operating system. He no longer "recommends Debian". He also discusses such personal issues as the music he likes, the food he loves and the difficulties in finding a suitable mate.

Open source MetaDot helps organic farmers grow

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on Apr 14, 2005 12:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The Organic Valley farming cooperative had a Web site and email for its member farms, but it desperately needed a corporate-style intranet to facilitate collaboration and better communication. That's where the open source MetaDot project came in, replacing phpWebSite as the sole point of reference for Organic Valley's employees and members. Now that the organization is familiar with open source software, it's finding open source alternatives may be the answer to more software dilemmas.

Gartner: Linux Process, Not Tech, Biggest Hurdle

Neither SCO Group's copyright claims on select Linux code nor Microsoft will be able to slow the spread of Linux in the enterprise over the next two years, an analyst for Gartner Research said.

The BitKeeper Example: A Bad Development Model

  • OfB.biz: Open for Business (Posted by dave on Apr 13, 2005 4:26 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
To say one could see a train wreck coming from hundreds of miles away when the Linux kernel development process switched to using BitKeeper to manage development is to make an understatement of the largest kind. The idea that the best known Free Software kernel would be developed with the aid of a non-Free development tool just seemed peculiar at best and dangerous at worst. OfB's Timothy R. Butler asserts that the moral of this story is one that every business ought to pay attention to.

Linux-based voicemail messaging catching on

  • Network World on Linux (Posted by dave on Apr 13, 2005 3:23 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
As my colleague John Fontana wrote in a recent story in Network World (link below), Linux-based messaging systems are catching on. Many users are starting to migrate to Linux-based servers for hosting applications such as e-mail, calendar and collaboration. But another aspect of messaging that is also heating up in Linux land is voicemail and unified messaging.

Comment: March on open source in public sector

  • Siliconrepublic.com (Posted by dave on Apr 13, 2005 1:11 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Towards the end of last year, when I was speculating about what might happen in the area of e-government this year, I said that open source software would start to make a greater impact. I know there are many people who consider open source to be the only way to go forward and that any government not fully committed to it is in some way remiss.

Round Two offers Firefox complements

  • Geek.com (Posted by dave on Apr 13, 2005 11:37 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Round Two, a start-up company based in California, launched its website this week and announced that it is working on products and services for use with the Firefox browser. The company was started by former Mozilla marketing head Bart Decrem, who was on board for the Firefox 1.0 release. Round Two is currently developing extensions and enhancements for Firefox, including integrated anti-virus software.

Essential Firefox extensions you should download today - part 2

Yesterday we look at three useful Firefox extensions -- small applications that add functionality to Mozilla's Web browser. Here are a few more favorites.

Federal Computer Week: "Linux use drives innovation"

  • DesktopLinux.com (Posted by dave on Apr 13, 2005 10:07 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Penguins climb the steps to the Capitol on the cover of last week's Federal Computer Week magazine. Inside, Tom Adelstein, co-author of Exploring the JDS Linux Desktop and regular contributor to Linux Journal magazine, writes about the various open source success stories in the US federal government.

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