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I try hard not to describe the introduction of a new technology as disruptive, particularly in a public forum. If I'm wrong, the misguided pronouncement sticks to my public resume. So when I say that Cleversafe.org has the potential to become a hugely disruptive force in storage, the statement means I'm willing to take a big public risk.
The Microsoft/Novell deal was a prime topic of conversation at my LUG meeting last night, just as it was everywhere else Linux enthusiasts gather: IRC channels, mailing lists, wikis, and blogs were busy with chatter about the issue. There were opinions everywhere, but details and facts were in short supply, so I went straight to the horse's mouth to get the word from Novell.
Microsoft and Zend are all set to join hands in a technical collaboration to enhance the experience of running the PHP scripting language on Windows Server 2003 and the next version of Windows Server, code-named 'Longhorn'. Zend also announced an agreement with MySQL AB that will enable it to better integrate the open source database with Zend products, including the option of full integration.
ATi heeft enkele dagen geleden alweer nieuwe display drivers voor Linux uitgebracht. Ze hebben het versienummer 8.30.3 meegekregen en doen hun werk voor alle videokaarten die gebruik maken van de Radeon 9550 of recenter. Ondersteuning voor de Radeon 8500, 9000, 9100, 9200 en 9250 is sinds versie 8.29.6 van de ATi Linux Drivers geschrapt, waardoor ze noodgedwongen op versie 8.28.8 blijven steken.
Release-critical Bugreport for November 3, 2006
This week in my random survey of activity on the mail-lists for Linux sound& music software I'll look at two very different software drum machines and a keystroke macro that enters LilyPond music notation into an Open Office text document. And if that isn't enough I've included four thrilling screenshots and links to three entertaining audio files to entice and maintain your interest.
Bernie Brennan, formerly the CEO of retailer Montgomery Ward, confesses he didn't know much about open source software before he took over as chairman of the board at Tomax and eFashion Solutions. Both of these companies rely heavily on Linux, on their own shop floors and those of their customers. Now that Brennan has learned about the advantages of open source, he says he'd never invest in a company that didn't use it.
"I think Microsoft doesn't care what you run if it's entertainment you are after, as long as it's DRM'd so they control access that way, and so long as there's a "Microsoft tax", so to speak, on Linux, which encourages the continued use of Office in the workplace as the de facto standard. It does intend to kill ODF, I gather, and Novell is apparently going to help them try. "
as usual, PJ offers up plenty of solid information--TC
There are many similarities between Oracle and DB2. This article shows you how to use your current knowledge of Oracle 10g to quickly gain skills in IBM DB2 9 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows.
On Tuesday, upwards of 100 IT managers and administrators attended Penton Media's TechX World conference in Dallas -- the third of four such one-day seminars this fall. Server room strategies were the main agenda, with particular emphasis placed on interoperability in a mixed Linux and Windows environment.
Imagine being able to preview an attacker's next move based on the traces left on compromised machines. That's the aim of the Hacker's Profiling Project (HPP), an open methodology that hopes to enable analysts to work on the data (logs, rootkits, and any code) left by intruders from a different point of view, providing them with a profiling methodology that will identify the kind of attacker and therefore his modus operandi and potential targets.
This week, bloggers examine the security features of Firefox 2.0 and come away with mixed reviews. Does it fare better than Internet Explorer 7?
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer says competing Linux vendors such as Red Hat and Oracle have strong incentives to follow Novell's initiative in reaching a patent liability settlement with Microsoft.
[Is that why Novell struck a deal with Microsoft? Anyone else smell anything rotten here? - dcparris]
Novell investors may be cheering the Linux vendor’s historic partnership with Microsoft, but Linux advocates had an entirely different reaction Thursday, expressing concerns that the deal may hint at future patent lawsuits and possibly even violate Linux’s software license.
Robert W Baird downgrades Red Hat (Nasdaq: RHAT) from Outperform to Neutral and lowers their price target to $19, following Microsoft/Novell Linux partnership news.
Its low cost and reliability have made the maturing Linux open-source operating system more marketable for solution providers.
[All right! Who let the cat out of the bag? - dcparris]
From the article: ...I found this maps omissions to be chilling. Specifically, a whole range of technologies and new collaborative practices are sketched out, but there is not a mention of the role of free or open source software.
Server maker and Canonical have nearly completed work to certify Linux version of Ubuntu runs smoothly on Sun's x86 servers.
Operating System-Level Virtualization Technology for Linux Kernel 2.6.18 Precursor to RHEL 5 and Debian 4
The new version 5.2.0 of the open source script language PHP doesn't just replace the 5.1 series, it also closes several security holes. The developers have also incorporated new functions to increase security and improve usability.
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