Linuxlookup.com is report a story on sources close to Mandriva, Progeny and Turbolinux say the trio of companies will be announcing a new enterprise Linux distribution based on Debian Linux at the LinuxWorld event in San Francisco in August. This new enterprise distribution, which may include other companies as well, will be built on the foundation of the Debian 3.1 "Sarge" Linux distribution.
Students who participate in the two-year programs will earn certificates in e-business, which will qualify them to get jobs as Web developers, software developers, e-business solution advisers and business application developers.
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LG Electronics has signed an agreement with PalmSource to license Palm OS worldwide. The deal gives LG the right to develop and market smartphones based on Palm OS, and could make LG the first vendor to ship Linux mobile phones capable of running Palm OS applications.
Thirty-three students bagged the prestigious Red Hat Scholarships Awards 2004-2005, titled 'the lord of the code'— an education initiative designed to encourage open source software developers.
FSMLabs has brought its RTLinux to ARM processor-based platforms for real-time handheld and wireless applications. RTLinuxPro for ARM will initially support ARM9 cores, and target mobile phones and other handheld devices, SOHO wireless and wireline networking devices, and portable instruments for the medical and industrial markets.
It will come as no surprise to many that the notion of open source is not just for software. I recently spoke with Bob Waldie, CEO of Opengear, about his efforts to apply the open source model to hardware.
JBoss founder Marc Fleury explains how his hot startup makes profits from its free application-server software
In this SearchEnterpriseLinux.com interview, Trolltech co-founder and president Eirik Chambe-Eng talks about the newest update to the Qt application framework, Trolltech's dual licensing model and the progress that open source is making in the mobile device business and elsewhere.
Although Linux has made dramatic inroads as a kinder, simpler alternative to enterprise UNIX, nobody has managed to give Microsoft a run for its money in the small business market. That's the contention of Net Integration Technologies Inc.
The Open Source Update from Enterprise Open Source Journal (EOSJ), is a weekly news summary focusing on the latest Enterprise Open Source announcements, issues, and trends.
Paris, France, Zinside, a fast growing Provider of Open Source Solutions announced the launch of their new website at http://www.zinside.com. Zinside.com is a comprehensive portfolio of pre-priced, configured, customized, and integrated Open Source solutions and deployment services. Zinside is the first company to sell desktops pre-installed with Ubuntu Linux.
The latest issue of Linux Gazette is ready for viewing and download.
Iona Technologies is making plans to contribute now-proprietary technologies to be the basis of an open source Enterprise Service Bus by year's end. The Java-based project, dubbed Celtix, will focus on providing open source enterprise-caliber middleware in a step to further accelerate adoption of SOA (service oriented architecture) projects, Iona execs said.
Thanks to Mainsoft, Linux software developers will be able to use from now on Microsoft’s Visual Studio to develop Web applications for Linux. Visual MainWin for J2EE Developer Edition, or Grasshopper, is a free .NET plug-in, and is the result of a two-year collaboration with the Mono development community (the open-source alternative to.NET platform).
If you listen to the debate between Microsoft advocates and open source zealots, you might easily conclude that it's an all-or-nothing proposition. For them, it's one or the other. While the partisan participants in the discussion declaim their "truths," most of the rest of us have to exist in the real IT world. In our world, nobody runs an all one-thing shop. In fact, most of us run an all-everything shop! So, to us, the question of whether Windows and open source can coexist is critical, and the tone of the debate is pretty discouraging.
Vienna City council plans to dump Windows 2000 and move to a new Linux distribution on the desktop. The council’s Windows 2000 licence runs out in 2010 and it is apparently in the process of installing its own Linux distribution on its desktops.
21 percent of companies in Japan use open-source software for their server operating systems. This share thus matches that of South Korean but is below that of the US, where meanwhile 33 percent of companies have opted for open source in this area.
SourceLabs this week launched an online community-based catalog of open-source projects that is meant to let developers provide the latest information to interested IT organisations.
Opera, the Norwegian vendor of the web browser of the same name, and Norwegian software firm Trolltech, the developer of the C++ framework Qt for the KDE Unix/Linux desktop among others things, have entered into a strategic partnership.