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"The meeting was attended by about 40 developers from printer vendors, such as Hewlett-Packard, Lanier, and Lexmark; to operating system distributors like Apple Computer, Debian, and Novell; to those two Linux desktop powers, GNOME and KDE; and more. Their job? To nail down exactly what's wrong with printing and Linux, and to work out ways to resolve these problems once and for all."
- The Ubuntu team is proud to announce the Beta Release of Ubuntu 6.06 LTS - codenamed 'Dapper Drake'. The Beta Release introduces the new Desktop CD, which can be used both to try Ubuntu 'live' and to install the system. Ubuntu 6.06 LTS (long-term support) will be the first Ubuntu release to be supported for three years on the desktop, and five years on the server.
OSDir had a run through both Ubuntu and Kubuntu in their screenshot tours.
Portable Document Format (PDF) is set to displace PostScript as the standard print job transfer and processing format for Linux, though Linux will maintain PostScript support for a long time to ensure backward compatibility.
BERKELEY, Calif. (MarketWatch) -- Larry Ellison told the Financial Times this week that he was thinking of doing a Linux 'distro" (the term for individual variants -- short for distribution) to support the Oracle database. RedHat stock immediately took a hit.
A new stable version of the Slackware-based GoblinX live CD, GoblinX 1.3, is now available for free download. GoblinX 1.3 uses a 2.6.15 Linux kernel and the XFce desktop environment as a default, although KDE 3.5.1 is included.
(Comtex Business Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge)LAWRENCE, Kan., Apr 20, 2006 (University Daily Kansan, U-WIRE via COMTEX) --Buying software in a box was an alien concept to me from day one of my digital life. In the early 90s, a respected veterinarian gave me my first pirated copy of Windows 3.1. I traded war games with the son of the man that ran a local church camp. Most people in my small home town hadn't even heard of the Internet yet.
Last week the press, especially that segment least friendly to Novell and open source, headlined the fact that 3,000 out of 5,000 Novell employees had the capability to boot Windows on their computers. One typical headline read: "Novell's shift to open source makes slow progress."
[Dave's point is a good one - something many of us have been saying for some time now. Glad he could join the party! - dcparris]
Ubuntu Dapper Drake, originally set for release Wednesday 20 April until it was postponed to 1 June, will instead be released as a beta tomorrow. We take a look at what to expect from the world's most popular desktop Linux distribution.
SourceForge.net is one of many OSTC-owned websites that is popular with the open-source development community. Jay Seirmarco, General Manager, and Ross Turk, Engineering Manager, recently updated the organization's progress in an exclusive SYS-CON interview that can be found at http://www.sys-con.tv/read/209135.htm.
"We continue to contend that there was no infringement of any kind and that the facts in this case show that Microsoft developed its own product activation technologies well before z4 Technologies filed for its patent," Microsoft spokesman Jack Evans wrote in an e-mail.
April 19, 2006 – (HOSTSEARCH.COM) – Web hosting provider and Internet Service Provider (ISP) Zen Internet (http://www.zenwebhosting.com
), who won the ‘Best Business ISP’ award in February 2006, has announced it is offering new customers a trial of its Linux web hosting packages for only 1 British Pence. [That's roughly $0.02 for us Americans. I wonder if they offer a reseller package? ;-) - dcparris]
BEIJING, China (UPI) -- China`s Linux market will be worth more than $51 million annually by 2010, up from $11.8 million last year, researchers say.
Xandros is making a move at the Linux SMB server market by offering its forthcoming server OS with Scalix groupware baked in. (Linux-Watch)
CollabNet, a leading provider of on demand distributed software development solutions, today announced its new offering, CollabNet® SubversionTM On Demand for the enterprise. The solution provides the infrastructure and services large enterprises need to reliably and easily deploy the Subversion open source, version control system to hundreds of users within global, software development teams. With the cost and service benefits of an on demand model, CollabNet Subversion On Demand allows Global 2000 companies to safely apply open source practices in the enterprise for more effective distributed software development.
Review: Ziff Davis Internet Linux editor Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols thinks the newest SUSE Linux is already a winner, even as just a release canidate. (DesktopLinux)
Like many that have followed the OpenDocument Format (ODF) story in Massachusetts, I've wondered what former State CIO Peter Quinn would eventually decide to do after announcing his resignation late last year.
Brazil, when it comes to IT development, suffers more than nearly any other country from a gap between aspiration and capability. A huge number of talented developers want to contribute to the world’s software, and to their own country’s development, but they’re hampered by difficulties of obtaining hardware, software, and (of particular interest to me as an editor) documentation.
- StartCom Enterprise Linux 3.0.5 has been released. This is the latest in the series of updated releases based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3. What's new? StartCom made a strategic switch concerning the update mechanism and all current and future operating systems will receive their updates via the new YUM. Other changes and additions for AS-3.0.5 are full support for smart cards from the OpenSC project, addition of Firefox and Thunderbird (both 1.5 versions) with the natural support for the StartCom Free SSL Certification Authority, but also some 300 other updated packages.
OSDir had a look at the latest StartCom Enterprise Linux in the StartCom EL 3.0.5 Screenshot Tour.
New forms of intelligence-gathering—including the availability of open-source information on the Internet—are becoming increasingly important for fighting terrorism and may even reduce the need for more traditional collection efforts, according to a new report from the Congressional Research Service.
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