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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Beta 1: Look but Don't Touch

The features Red Hat says will be in RHEL 5 sound great, but the promise was hard to prove in tests because of some system flakiness and omissions.

Ubuntu and open source - not only for Shuttleworth's Linux

Mark Shuttleworth should sell the idea of non-patentable shared "open energy technology" to world leaders as its potential to have a profound impact on the reduction of the greenhouse gases is enormous.

[Any environmentalists in our audience? - dcparris]

Building your first application with Spring Framework

Develop, configure, and deploy your first application based on the Spring Framework. You'll also see how Geronimo's Web Console simplifies deploying and managing Web applications.

Dotnetnuke Corporation Create (sic) to Manage Open Source Web ...

The DotNetNuke Corporation was formed to serve the needs of the DotNetNuke project, a popular Open Source web application framework for the ASP.Net platform.

Report: Interop: More Net Management Products Move to Linux

Citing a rise in customer demand for Linux, companies at this week's Interop show demo'd new Linux-enabled products running the gamut from multifunctional management appliances to specialized software for combatting viruses and administering UPS power devices. Jacqueline Emigh reports.

Teradata delivers Linux for Enterprise-class data warehouses

Teradata now runs on 64-bit SUSE Linux Enterprise providing open-source operating system and platform flexibility

Servers support Red Hat and SuSE Linux operating systems.

Supporting AMD Opteron 2000 series processors, Altus 1600 and 2600 Linux servers are based on AMD64 technology and have form factor of 1U and 2U, respectively. Features include SATA, SCSI, and SAS storage options, and slots for PCI Express serial I/O technology to accommodate cluster fabrics and enterprise-class storage adapters. Incorporating up to 24 GB of DDR2 memory, servers provide 2 x 1 MB level 2 cache memory and HyperTransport bus for data transfer.

Novell prepares real-time SUSE Linux

The fruits of Novell Inc's development agreement with real-time systems specialist Concurrent Computer Corp will be released in October in the form of SUSE Linux Enterprise Real-Time, according to reports.

Promise Technology Introduces High-Performance SCSI-to-SATA RAID 6 Storage Systems

2U 8 Bay and 12 Bay Low Cost Rackmount Systems Provide High Performance and Reliability

Acronis Backs Up Image With Major Industry Awards

Awards Reinforce Products' Ease-of-Use and Industry's Demand for Proven Disaster Recovery Solutions

Create training videos with pyvnc2swf

How many times has someone verbally explained how to do something on a computer to you? How many times do you end up asking them to just show you? For these situations there is pyvnc2swf, a program that turns screen input into video files. Let's see just how easy it is to use it to producing training videos.

Arm joins Eclipse open-source software community

ARM has joined the Eclipse Foundation, an industry group which promotes the use of open-source software for embedded system development.

Giving money back to LPI achievers

The Geek Freedom League is making good on its promise to refund Linux Professional Institute (LPI) exam fees to 50 geeks who have successfully completed a Level 1 certification.

Kubuntu not quite right for a Tablet PC

Linux is known for running well (or at least running) on older hardware and exotic platforms. I attempted to install Kubuntu Dapper Drake (6.10) on a Compaq TC1000 Tablet PC. I discovered that while Linux may install on nearly every platform, and run faster than its proprietary competition, it may not always be the best-fitting choice for every environment.

IBM gets start-ups hooked early

IBM is reaching out to venture capitalists by offering technology and go-to-market help for software start-ups they back. According to IBM, use of its software, servers and consulting from staff in 30 Innovation Centers worldwide will help young companies get to market quickly and reduce development costs of advanced and emerging technologies in Web 2.0, software as a service (SaaS), security, virtualization and wireless. All services will be provided free of charge.

A practical guide to JAXB 2.0

JSR222 specifies the Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) 2.0. JAXB 2.0 specification is implemented in Java Web Services Developer Pack (JWSDP) 2.0. JAXB 2.0 has some new features that facilitate the marshalling and unmarshalling of an XML document. I have used both JAXB 1.0 and JAXB 2.0 and have found that JAXB 2.0 generates less code and has some additional features.

Recall proposal puts Debian leader in dunc-tank

Debian Project Leader (DPL) Anthony Towns may face a recall vote over his involvement with Dunc-Tank, a non-official group that proposes to collect donations to pay Debian release managers to ensure that Debian etch is in early December as scheduled.

[Let's hope this matter is resolved to the benefit of the Debian community and their users. - dcparris]

Python slithers to 'significant' release

Five-year milestoneThe open source community this week hailed the most significant update to Python in five years.

C++ Futures: Lambda Functions

Like the Lambada, only differentColumn The use of "lambda" originates from functional programming and lambda calculus, where a lambda abstraction defines an unnamed function. Lambda functions or Lambdas in C++ are one of the more interesting things to look forward to in the next C++ standard; giving us the ability to treat functions as first class objects at last; composing them inline and treating them as class objects. Up until now we've scraped by with pointers to functions, and various libraries like Boost Lambda, both of which approaches suck.

Caterpillars And Butterflies: Movements Debate Meaning Of ‘Free’ Culture

  • Intellectual Property Watch; By Monika Ermert (Posted by dcparris on Sep 22, 2006 9:58 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Community
BERLIN - A debate is ongoing between “open source” (OS) software developers and devotees to Creative Commons licenses over the right way to promote free culture. Creative Commons licenses, under which some rights are reserved, are too restrictive for some in the OS community.

[Well, I have to say, I am puzzled by Lessig's viewpoint. I don't know who killed objectivity, but freedom is freedom. There are even degrees of freedom. However, if we say that different communities can define freedom for themselves, then we may as well say that the Chinese have defined freedom for themselves, and are thus a free people. It won't make them any more free, but then that's not our definition of freedom. Likewise, Microsoft has attempted to redefine "open" - it isn't the same as ours. I don't think I care for all this Postmodern thinking. - dcparris]

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