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Former Massachusetts state government CIO Peter Quinn believes that any technology leader, in the public or private sector, who is not supporting and implementing open standards should resign.
Quinn is the newest addition to the list of speakers at Linux World scheduled to begin in Sydney tomorrow.
TIRUVANAMALAI: Thousands of students from various engineering colleges and schools in and around Tiruvannamalai took part in the inauguration of the free and open source software exhibition, 'Fosse 06', at the Arunai Engineering College here on Sunday.
In this tutorial I will describe how to set up a high-availability NFS server that can be used as storage solution for other high-availability services like, for example, a cluster of web servers that are being loadbalanced.
I will describe how to set up a high-availability NFS server that can be used as storage solution for other high-availability services like, for example, a cluster of web servers that are being loadbalanced.
In fact, I will create two NFS servers that mirror their data to each other in realtime using DRBD and that monitor each other using heartbeat, and if one NFS server fails, the other takes over silently. To the outside (e.g. the web server nodes) these two NFS servers will appear as a single NFS server.
San Francisco (InfoWorld) - LAS VEGAS -- XFire, an open source SOAP stack used in SOA, is being fitted with enhancements for security, binary attachments, and XML object binding, the developer of the stack said at TheServerSide Java Symposium conference on Friday.
Who will buy the pieces of Microsoft after the final breakup? No one would want the operating system. A leveraged buyout for the Office group seems likely. Oracle looks like the winner in the business services business and it's the auction block for the rest of the company. The DRM and codecs go to Real Networks.Text of the CDC v IBM case in the article body.
Never has laissez-faire thought been as dominant as it was among French economists, beginning with J.B. Say in the early nineteenth century, down through Say's more advanced followers Charles Comte and Charles Dunoyer and to the early years of the twentieth century. For nearly a century, the laissez-faire economists controlled the professional economic society, the Societe d'Economie Politique and its journal, the Journal des Economistes, as well as numerous other journals and university posts. And yet, few of these economists were translated into English, and virtually none are known to English or American scholars — the sole exception being Frederic Bastiat, not the most profound of the group. The entire illustrious group remains unstudied and unsung.
Thanks to Bob Robertson for the link
Novell launched its SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 last week along with other products aimed at SMB customers, its traditional NetWare base and mobile users.
Zero Touch Linux (ZTL), a complete suite of back office server applications centrally controlled by a friendly web based control panel. A single installation of ZTL can act as a central File Server, Print Server, Domain Consoler, DNS, Mail Server, Database Server and Web Server. The package overcomes the traditional difficulties of deploying a Linux infrastructure by reducing the setup of multiple server types to a one time installation and configuration.
Open Source is gaining some mindshare among IT professionals in Financial Services sector, but has a long way to go, according to a survey released this week.
"To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven" (Ecclesiastes 3:1, KJV).
Yes, like the blossoms of the flowers, the swallows of Capistrano, March Madness, and the first pitch of baseball, Spring has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere. And with it comes the not-quite-so-noble Season of the Open Source Events. In April, it will be the Boston edition of the LinuxWorld Conference and Exposition and the Desktop Linux Summit in San Diego. In May, Nashville will host the 2006 Red Hat Summit.
From soup to nuts, book review: "Practical Development Environments".
Incredible but true: mobile Linux - ported by fans - is running on several models of HTC manufactured phones: including small phones like HTC Typhoon (Orane SPV C500, Audiovox STM 56000, etc) and big phones like HTC Universal (T-Mobile MDA Pro, i-mate JASJAR, etc)! Is Linux becoming thus a danger to Windows Mobile?
When one launches into a critique about Linux, you really do have to be careful not offend the sensibilities of open source devotees. However, when it comes to certain things that we have come to take for granted in a Windows desktop, well there is no option but to be brutally frank. Linux has a serious problem to overcome before it can it even begin to make even tiny dents in Microsoft’s desktop dominance and the problem is usability.
Search for Linux AMD 64 chips. Some listed, e.g. "A basic guide to AMD64 Linux, biased to Gentoo...".
In an interview with Forbes... Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer stops short of announcing patent litigation against Linux: "Well, I think there are experts who claim Linux violates our intellectual property. I’m not going to comment. But to the degree that that’s the case, of course we owe it to our shareholders to have a strategy. And when there is something interesting to say, you’ll be the first to hear it." This is almost like announcing that there will sooner or later be an announcement of Microsoft starting patent litigation against Linux vendors and/or users.
[F]inally given the official version of Mozilla's Firefox 2 Alpha 1, named Bon Echo.
"Bon Echo Alpha 1 is a developer preview release of our next generation Firefox browser and it is being made available for testing purposes only..."
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- The CentOS development team is pleased to announce the availability of CentOS-4.3 in the following architectures: i386 - This distribution supports AMD (K6, K7, Thunderbird, Athlon, Athlon XP, Sempron), Pentium (Classic, Pro, II, III, 4, Celeron, M, Xeon), VIA (C3, Eden, Luke, C7) processors. x86_64 - This distribution supports AMD 64 (Athlon 64, Opteron) and Intel Pentium (Xeon EM64T) processors. ia64 - This distribution supports Intel Itanium2 processors. OSDir had a peek at CentOS's latest offering in their recent CentOS 4.3 Screenshot Tour
Sourcefire announced yesterday that Check Point Software Technologies has withdrawn the merger filing, and that the companies would instead pursue partnership opportunities.
MEPIS founder Warren Woodford has announced a test release of SimplyMEPIS 6.0, incorporating software from the Ubuntu Dapper package pools. This is the first version of SimplyMEPIS with an Ubuntu base.
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