The OpenPKG project releases version 2.0 of the unique cross-platform software packaging facility.
HP won't adapt any of its own operating systems to run on Opteron because Linux and Windows will be the primary software for Opteron servers. But HP continues to adapt its operating systems to run on Itanium chips.
For the past year, there has been a slow and steady stream of news events regarding XFree86, X11, or new X server implementations. To those not paying close attention (and even those who are), the meaning of some of these events may not be clear. In this brief article, I attempt to share my impression on what the changes mean for users of free software on the desktop. It appears that XFree86 is in some turmoil, and it may leave some to infer that free desktop systems will suffer.
Novell launched its Certified Linux Engineer (CLE) program, including the CLE Practicum exam, and the SUSE Certified Linux Professional certification, which recognizes expertise on the SUSE Linux distribution.
...cross-platform software adds the ability to easily create Linux desktop and server applications.
Since Frank Wilde joined Tarantella as chief executive in December, he's brought in a new management team, and now a cool $16.4m in funding. ZDNet UK quizzed him about his plans to rebuild the company's fortunes
The GNU Image Manipulation Program, a.k.a. the GIMP, is a freely available and versatile graphic editor comparable to Adobe Photoshop and Jasc Paintshop Pro. This powerful program can refine photographs, generate animated images, and create graphics suitable for the Web and print. The highly anticipated version 2.0 of the GIMP, due out next month, will run under Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux, and preview versions are now available for all three platforms. In this article we'll examine some of the key differences between the stable GIMP 1.2 and the upcoming version 2.0 of the software.
The world of automounters is a confusing one. For one thing, a single automounter wasn't enough, so there are two of them for Linux, called 'amd' and 'autofs'.
Xandros Teams With LinuxCertified to Provide Pre-Installed Linux Laptops with Full-Spectrum Connectivity and Universal File Sharing
Sendmail, Inc., which claims that more than 60 percent of the world's email traffic runs on its messaging servers, announced Monday that it is developing and promoting sender authentication technologies that are designed to prevent email address spoofing, forging, and email fraud. The open source technology will follow Sendmail's milter (mail filter) plug-in framework.
The Open Source Business Conference (OSBC), set for March 16-17 in San Francisco's St. Francis Hotel on Union Square, has added distinguished author and Stanford Law School professor Lawrence Lessig as opening day keynote speaker. Lessig's speech "The Creators' Dilemma: Open Source, Open Society, Open Innovations" will sketch the boundaries
...so here we go, 2.2.26 final. I am very proud to announce this because it fixes several of security bugs including the last mremap() bug, the longer known hashing exploit possibility in the network stack and /dev/rtc leakage.
The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), also known as the codemakers and codebreakers cryptologic division within the Department of Defense, has helped to harden Linux with newly-released Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) kernel modifications.
The two programs are called the Certified Linux Engineer (CLE) program, and the SuSE certified Linux professional certification.
The Opteron systems initially will come with 32-bit versions of Windows or Linux. Within 60 to 90 days, 64-bit versions of Linux will arrive on the servers, and by the end of the year, Microsoft's 64-bit version of Windows, HP said.
Access is shipping NetFront Mobile Client Suite, a multimedia-enabled application stack for handset manufacturers that runs on Linux and other embedded operating systems. The suite features a Web browser, multimedia messaging client, personal information manager (PIM), SyncML client, SMIL player, and Java support.
Information technology industry watcher MAIT has predicted that within five years, nearly 50 per cent of the software infrastructure could be taken up by open source software.
The company is following the RIAA's lead and taking aim at users. Will it work?
This whitepaper is the third in a series from TimeSys’s 2.6 Linux Resource Center on using the new Linux 2.6 kernel. Authored by TimeSys Senior Product Manager William von Hagen, the whitepapers in this series place special emphasis on the primary issues in migrating existing drivers, applications, and embedded Linux deployments to a Linux distribution based on the 2.6 kernel.
Welcome to this year's eighth issue of DWN, the weekly newsletter for the Debian community.