Wireless hardware for Linux is a moving target. The wireless network adapter that worked fine with Linux yesterday may be released with an unsupported radio chipset today, and with no indication of the change. So buyer beware--always confirm the chipset before you buy. Part 1 begins within.
DotMepis.org, the newest addition to the MEPIS Linux community, is proud to announce the official launch of their website
When I think of the Linux desktop called GNOME, I think of Red Hat, or Ubuntu. I also think "sleek," "sophisticated," and "sexy." The GNOME Journal is all those things, with "intelligent," "enlightening," and "thought-provoking" thrown in for good measure.
The launch of the next version of Firefox has slipped three months, but allegations that Google is the root cause have been dismissed as 'wacky speculation'
Home users are one of the often-missed market segments of Linux distributors. For example, when not on the road, many consultants work out of home offices. It's time to make it easier.
Daffodil CRM development team is pleased to release the first version of Daffodil CRM, an easy to use, user friendly and flexible Java based Customer Relationship Management software.
The emergence of stacks of open-source infrastructure software will spawn new opportunities for companies to enter and succeed in the open-source space, according to a panel of experts at the Harvard Business School's annual Cyberposium conference.
A senior Linux community member, speaking exclusively to LXer.com, has dismissed Windows' reputation as a secure platform as a "myth", claiming that the proprietary development process, coupled with a lack of corporate accountability creates fundamental security problems.
As a consultant to small businesses trying to get up to speed on Linux, my must-have applications are OpenOffice.org, MySQLAdmin, and Rekall. I'm going to include Knoppix as well; although it isn't an application in the sense of being a single package, I use it as a system recovery tool rather than an operating system.
Considering the capabilities of Samba 3 and what they could mean for your workplace network.
Start-Up Developing Commercial Open Source Software for Transaction Grid Computing to Join OSDL Data Center Linux Working Group
The first Linux Netwosix Virtual World Community is born! If you're a Netwosix user please join our community to interact with the other one. If you have a problem with Netwosix or you just want to talk about Linux, if you want to improve our work or if you just want to help us to grew up, join the first Linux Netwosix Virtual Community at : http://www.netwosix.org/community
In a classic illustration of the kind of junk Linux users DON'T have to suffer, Ed Foster identifies some people about to be genuinely disadvantaged by Microsoft's Genuine Advantage program.
Activists at the World Social Forum, where Microsoft is viewed as a corporate bogeyman, urged developing nations yesterday to leap into the information age with free, open-source software.
Every Open Source developer uses or has used GNU make at some point or another. Everyone who has ever compiled a piece of Open Source software has used GNU's make. So what exactly is GNU make and how does it work? Leave that to O'Reilly. The 3rd Edition of 'Managing Projects with GNU Make' tells you all about using GNU make and more. LinuxForumsDOTorg has brought you a review detailing the content and quality of said O'Reilly publication. Read it here before you buy!
The CentOS Development Team has released CentOS 4.0 (Beta) for three architectures (i386, x86_64, and ia64).
Blake Ross has written two weblog postings on Mozilla Firefox. One clarifies the developer recruitment policy and the other talks about how the project doesn't take itself too seriously.
Czech Post is the second largest employer in the Czech Republic with nearly 3,400 post offices and 40,000 employees. The company delivers nearly a billion letters and receives more than 100 million postal orders each year. Czech Post considered upgrading its existing hardware, but that would have required significant updates to its APOST software and increased training costs. As a foundation for a new and centralized system, Czech Post selected SUSE LINUX technology.
The Public Patent Foundation and others have serious questions about Sun's new open-source patent policies.
Growing support for Linux has been the single biggest technology change in financial organisations over the past twelve months, say researchers