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The Ubuntu team is proud to announce Ubuntu 5.10
The next set of ATI drivers have been released. You can get the Catalyst 5.10 Drivers straight from ATI's site.
South Korea's antitrust agency said on Wednesday it would continue an investigation into allegations of unfair business practices by Microsoft Corp. despite a settlement between the software giant and a rival U.S. firm.
Aculab has today announced that Prosody PCI, their media processing resource card will be verified to work with Digium’s Asterisk Business Edition, the professional-grade version of the Digium Asterisk open-source PBX.
The software giant has made nice with competitors but analysts think it's the same old Microsoft.
So is this spirit of détente a sign that Microsoft realizes it can make better products by forming new allies? Or are Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer just simply following the sage advice of Don Vito Corleone?
Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.
Although OpenOffice.org was intent on releasing the final 2.0 version of its open-source office suite on Oct. 13th -- the fifth anniverary of the organization's founding -- Ziff Davis Internet learned Wednesday afternoon that the group has decided to hold off due to a "show-stopping" problem with the software.
IBM and Novell are making it easier to buy and manage blade servers by offering a one-price licensing agreement for Novell SUSE Linux on IBM's BladeCenter chassis.
The Tango Project is a collaborative effort of a variety of free/open-source software designers and artists to work towards unifying the visual style of the free (mostly Linux) desktop.
Although not as well known as rival programs Adobe Illustrator CS and Macromedia Freehand, Xara has long been our vector program of choice, offering a simple interface, powerful editing tools, a comparatively tiny download (just 21 meg) and the ability to render pages at scorchio speeds that leaves the competition for dead.
Once a curiosity of computer rooms, open-source software applications are now giving commercial programs a run for their money in public-sector information technology shops.
In fact, public-sector I.T. managers say free licensing isn't necessarily the most attractive characteristic of the best open-source products today. Many stand out for their stable programming code and array of useful features or, conversely, their stripped-down feature sets that eliminate unnecessary bells and whistles.
While others debate whether GNU/Linux is ready for the desktop, Userful is quietly proving that it is -- and making a profit while doing so.
ARMONK, NY and WALTHAM, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 10/12/2005 -- IBM and Novell today announced a new single subscription option for the IBM BladeCenter chassis that will provide customers with increased flexibility and choice, making it easy to buy and administer subscriptions to Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Server based on their individual needs. This single subscription will cover all blades within the BladeCenter chassis, regardless of CPU type or quantity, and aims to help lower the cost and complexity of procuring and licensing Linux for blade server environments.
AJAX seems to be revolutionizing the way we worked on the internet. Gmail made it popular and now we see more and more web based applications and services using this incredibly responsive technology to allow interaction between the user and the web. Meebo is a small startup working towards bringing the instant messaging capabilities to the Web 2.0.
Struts Recipes co-author George Franciscus is back with another great Struts integration recipe -- this time for importing Struts applications into the Spring framework. His article shows you how to revamp Struts actions so they can be managed just like Spring beans The result is a boosted web framework that easily reaps the benefits of Spring AOP.
Jim Jagielski, Covalent CTO and Open Source Visionary Appointed to OSSI Advisory Board
As Linux usage continues to climb in business network environments, IceWarp delivers the industry's most powerful, scalable e-mail suite on the market
While the press goes back and forth over whether Google and Sun will go beyond making the “Google Toolbar an option in Sun's consumer downloads of the Java Runtime Environment” and the meaning of the “commitment” between the two companies to “explore opportunities to promote and enhance Sun technologies, like the Java Runtime Environment and … OpenOffice.org,” a group of open source community members have formed an organization to promote the functionality that has the potential to make a standard of the Open Document file format upon which OpenOffice.org is based. The organization, called the Open Document Fellowship, aims to provide a coherent understanding of the role that “clean” XML plays in enabling service-oriented architectures, which is basically a way to enable disparate computer systems to exchange data seamlessly through a common functional layer.
The GNU/Linux User Show #18 is online! After a short break to upgrade server, we're back strong. This week I talk with Aaron Seigo of the KDE Project. Aaron shares some history and tips and tricks for new users as well as lets us in on the good stuff to come in KDE Plasma.
The joint plan, the first of its kind, allows customers running SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 in an IBM BladeCenter chassis to purchase a single license supporting up to 14 blades.
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