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AMD has taken a leaf out of the open source community’s book and has released the hardware specifications for its Opteron server processor, prompting big changes from players such as IBM.
Both open source projects are gaing more and more popularity with developers. This article explains how to configure these frameworks for various scenarios with WebSphere Application Server.
Python developers had reason to celebrate this week, with the release of IronPython 1.0, a full implementation of the Python language for Microsoft’s CLR (Common Language Runtime). With IronPython, Python programs can run as first-class managed code on the .Net platform.
KDE's annual world summit aKademy has been kicked off at the Trinity College Dublin to work on the next-generation desktop, KDE 4, and desktop standards. The aKademy conference will run through Saturday, September 23, through Saturday, September 30.
With version 4.0 of Corporate Server, Mandriva enables its current and future customers in all types of enterprise to benefit from the best of Linux (reliability, security, low administration costs) along with the best of Mandriva (ease of use, exclusive Mandriva utilities, and professional services) for the administration and integration of servers. In designing this all new version, Mandriva's team have retained all the features that made version 3.0 a success while adding more strong points.
OpenAjax Alliance, an open industry collaboration dedicated to developing and expanding Ajax, today announced new partners and initiatives around the Ajax Community, signaling continued momentum for Ajax-based Web technologies.
set up to promote carrier-grade base platforms based on commercial off-the-shelf building blocks, has added Sun Microsystems, Wind River, GoAhead Software and Interphase to its membership.
In a landmark victory for the GPL license, a civil court in Germany has ruled against D-Link Germany GmbH for violating the terms of the most popular free software license. The lawsuit was filed by Harald Welte, a respected Linux hacker who tracks and eliminates illegal use of software protected by the GPL through his gpl-violations.org project. In a brief email exchange, Welte explains the nature of the violation and how he went about collecting evidence.
In what seems to be a petty display of childishness, Google at first refused to post at its own Websites in Belgium the news of a recent defeat it suffered in a Belgian courtroom - at the cost of paying a $640,000 per day fine. A day later, it caved, saying it would appeal instead.
He walks briskly down the street. He balances a laptop computer in one hand. The other hand holds a little plastic box that's plugged into the laptop. It's an antenna...
This tutorial describes how to set up a DHCP server (ISC-DHCP) for your local network. DHCP is short for "Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol", it's a protocol that handles the assignment of IP addresses, subnet masks, default routers, and other IP parameters to client PCs that don't have a static IP address. Such computers try to find a DHCP server in their local network which in turn assigns them an IP address, gateway, etc. so that they can connect to the internet or other computers from the local network.
Red Hat has integrated JBoss, which it acquired 90 days ago, into Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and put the resulting Red Hat Application Stack (RHAS) up for sale as a new subscription possibility...
aKademy 2006 has been kicked off at the Trinity College in Dublin. The first two days consist of the contributors conference with a fully packed programme of presentations on aspects such as the community, KDE 4, cross-desktop collaboration and KDE & the Free Desktop in Asian countries.
SugarCRM Inc., provider of commercial open source customer relationship management (CRM) software, announced the beta release of Sugar 4.5, an AJAX-suported, fast-growing CRM solution. Sugar 4.5 introduces new functionality such as personalized views, internationalization and support for Microsoft Windows Server products.
Many of the top Linux developers announce their objections to the proposed GPL version 3 in a position paper. (Linux-Watch)
German governments and schools are beginning to consider open source technology
[And in other news, Indiana has apparently become a nation in its own right. - dcparris]
Novell revealed this week that it has received notification of possible delisting from the Nasdaq stock exchange for delaying reporting of its financial results for the latest fiscal quarter. The firm also said it had received a default notice on a bond with its lender Wells Fargo. The company is appealing the Nasdaq notification and has denied the merit of Wells Fargo's default action.
With the achievements of the Philippine Open Source Initiative Project (POSITIVE), its three proponents are seeking to come up with a follow-up program to ensure long-term sustainability of POSITIVE, this time targeting Philippine companies to play a role.
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Silicon Valley Veteran Drives Next Generation of Secure Messaging and Compliance Solutions
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