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I prefer Linux in almost every way to Mac OS X, but I have to admit a little envy over OS X's Exposé feature, which quickly tiles all open windows. Luckily for Linux users, Komposé brings the same convenience to the Linux desktop.
A Scyld Beowulf cluster from Penguin Computing is helping researchers at the University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Lab (LPL) boost computing resources and produce research results more quickly.
Despite the fact that there are quite a few document management systems (DMS) on the market, email remains for many the main tool for managing document workflow. Admittedly, an email client doesn't offer any advanced tools for managing files, but email's sheer convenience and ease of use are rather compelling reasons for sticking with the proven tool. In this article, I'll show you how to set up the Thunderbird email client as a context-centric document management system using folders, filters, views, and labels.
Multiple vulnerabilities have been identified in Linux Kernel, which could be exploited by local attackers to disclose sensitive information or cause a denial of service.
TimeSys has signed up four new ASSPs (authorized support and service partners) for its subscription-based service package for embedded Linux developers. The new LinuxLink ASSPs will provide native-language sales and support, and value-added services, in France, Israel, Greece, Turkey, India, and Southeast Asia, TimeSys says.
Vector Linux Tuesday announced that a new development LiveCD version of its 5.1 Standard Edition (RC 1) is now available for download from the project's FTP site and various mirrors. The distro includes a 2.6.15 kernel, Firefox 1.5, OpenOffice.org 2.0, and a choice of three window managers, among other features.
ISPConfig is a fully-fledged solution for multi-domain Internet hosts, covering email, FTP, database and Web services through a nifty control panel. Throw in security, a customer management and billing solution, and it gets pretty attractive. on Digg.com
As much as we may love and support the open source Linux community, it's nice to see commercial vendors moving into the Linux platform space, especially when it's a consumer-facing product. It was therefore a pleasant surprise to see that SageTV, known for their Windows-based personal video recorder software, had announced a Linux version at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Greg KH recently proposed the creation of several directories for documenting Linux kernel ABI's. He acknowledged that the userspace<-> kernelspace interfaces are frequently modified between the different kernel releases.
So you want a cell phone that's also a PDA? Smart phones can make calls, synchronize your calendar with your PC, act as data storage devices, and connect your PC to the Internet. You can use your Linux PC to connect with and even program some mobile phones using some of the following tools.
Mark Mitchell announced the availability of GCC4.1.0 saying, "this release is a major release, containing substantial new functionality relative to previous releases." Among thechanges, new features and fixes listed for this new release series are a number of general optimizer improvements, language specific improvements, and some protection from stack-smashing attacks by providing buffer overflow detection and reordering of stack variables.
GCC is the GNU Compiler Collection which includes C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, and Ada compilers. Download GCC 4.1.0 from a gcc.gnu.orgmirror.
There was a time when Microsoft ads were a bit more entertaining than the current "dinosaur head" offerings which have of late been baffling adults and scaring small children worldwide.
The proof comes in this hitherto-unseen-in-the-civilised-world shocker for MS Office Student and Teacher Edition 2003:Fantastic. For the record, an MS operative confirmed this morning that this is "an old advertisement which ran only in New Zealand for a short period and is no longer being used". For the love of all that's Holy, why not?
[ed: The ad shows a woman teacher in bed with a student. It's worth a mouse click. -tadelste]
Yahoo intermittently refused email from CraigsList. Hotmail nailed the world's largest classified advertising website to its blocklist. In response, CraigsList shut off subscription mail to them... kind of. Months later, CraigsList techs were still complaining of spasmodic delivery problems to the very services they claimed... and still claim... to have shut down. Email Battles takes a stab at sorting the whole mess out
Dive into the new Xen release and find out what it offers for paravirtualization, split drivers and Intel's new virtualization technology.
Anti-software patent supporters are meeting on Monday to discuss the formation of a non-profit organisation to tackle the issue of software patents in South Africa. Tectonic caught up with University of South Africa senior lecturer, Bob Jolliffe, who is currently driving the process.
A Science Film built on equation solving where no instrument can return information, utilizing open source graphics (Open GL). Makes science fiction movies tame by comparison. [Free registration required to view articles - or use one of the shared access routes.]
LinuxWorld Conference & Expo has added a new "Government Day" to the upcoming conference set for April 3-6 in Boston. Scheduled for April 4th, the Government Day event will focus on the dominant issues facing public-sector decision makers in building and maintaining systems and staff, IDG said.
The Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center (DF/HCC) is a research consortium made up of seven Boston-area medical institutions, including Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Its mandate is to improve the treatment and prevention of cancer by facilitating communication and promoting cross-pollination of ideas among the various consortium members. With more than 800 scientists and researchers working at disparate locations for different institutions, collaborating through DF/HCC was a challenge. To meet the challenge, the organization has developed a Web-based content management system (CMS) based on open source software.
Victoria's Department of Education and Training is continuing to develop the in-house server software it built on top of open source tools to bring its state-wide wireless network to life.
KDE developers last month elected the project's first Technical Working Group (TWG), making seven longtime contributors responsible for coordinating projects and helping to smooth decisions on the project.
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