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SKY PerfecTV! Goes HD With Harris H-Class(TM) D-Series(TM) Playout Automation Application

Fully Automated System Capable of Rapid Expansion From the article: "The HD system installed was the first D-Series(TM) version 4.0 (running on the Linux platform) in the world."

Killing That Spam With Postgrey And Postfix

This tutorial will show you how to setup greylisting with Postgrey and Postfix on Debian. Greylisting will not replace spam filtering software like SpamAssassin but it will serve as a powerful first hurdle for spam thus reducing the amount of spam entering the system at all.

good-bye Dapper

I’d like to say “good-bye and thanks for the fun,”, but it wasn’t fun.

Taking Tabs to the Limit with Tabbrowser Extensions

When you're hardcore about tabbed browsing, Tabbrowser Extensions is the way to go.

Red Hat Q1 profit rises nearly 11 per cent but misses analysts' ...

Red Hat Inc. (NASDAQ:RHAT), the leading distributor of the open source Linux operating system, said Wednesday its first-quarter profit rose nearly 11 per cent on higher revenue, but the results missed analysts' expectations.

Bits from the 2IC

Our projects under the Google Summer of Code[0] are progressing. We had ten students accepted, and most of them have been working away well for the last few weeks. This week, mentors are filling in the mid-term evaluations to report on how the projects are going so far.

Linux Gazette #128 is out!

Linux Gazette
...making Linux just a little more fun!

July 2006 (#128):

  • The Front Page, by Heather Stern
  • LG Tips
  • The Linux Gazette Mailbag
  • The LG Talkbacks
  • NewsBytes, by Howard Dyckoff
  • How Fonts Interact with the X Server and X Clients, by Thomas Adam
  • Creating a Rudimentary Kiosk System using FVWM, by Thomas Adam
  • A Brief Introduction to VMware Player, by Edgar Howell
  • Subversion: Installation, Configuration — Tips and Tricks, by Muthaiah Ramanathan
  • Coding a Simple Packet Sniffer, by Amit Saha
  • The Foolish Things We Do With Our Computers, by Ben Okopnik

Neooffice 2.0 Alpha 4 for Mac OS X released

NeoOffice is a fully-featured set of office applications (including word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and drawing programs) for Mac OS X. Based on the OpenOffice.org office suite, NeoOffice has integrated dozens of native Mac features and can import, edit, and exchange files with other popular office programs such as Microsoft Office.

Gnomedex Notes: Day 2

The subject of browsers also came up as part of a much broader discussion by Dave Winer this morning. In response to a question, Winer said that he was reluctant long ago to switch away from Internet Explorer, because Firefox was unfamiliar to him, but he finally did because of IE's problems with malware as development on the Microsoft browser lapsed. Now, he said, he can't imagine switching back.

Novell Delivers Preview Edition Of SUSE Linux Enterprise 10

Novell has released a special preview version of its new SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 platform. Available for free, customers and other interested parties can now download pre-release versions of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 to experience their cutting-edge innovation and sophisticated functionality firsthand.

Open source project integrated into Philippine 71 schools

  • INQ7.net; By Alexander Villafania (Posted by hkwint on Jul 2, 2006 12:04 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Seventy-one members of a nationwide open source project are implementing an open source courseware as part called of the Philippine Open Source Initiative (POSITIVE), a joint effort of the European Information Technology Service Center Foundation (EITSC), mobile content developer Wireless Services Asia (WSA) and the German Technical Cooperation (GTZ).

Build a better SOA client with Ajax and the Dojo toolkit

This paper talks about using the Dojo toolkit for building enterprise SOA clients for J2EE applications. It also shows you how to use JSON (JavaScript Object Notation)–RPC to invoke the server-side Java objects.

France vs. Apple: iTunes should become open-source?

  • Playfuls.com; By Cyberlord (Posted by hkwint on Jul 1, 2006 10:10 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
French lawmakers have decided on Friday that companies which use DRM (digital rights management) technologies to protect music downloads will be required to provide information about their technology to competitors wishing to create interoperable systems. This could be a great step forward for all open-source programmers and users in the world.

[ Apple will probably simple withdraw iTunes from the French market, so nobody wins - hkwint ]

Gpl version 3 evaluation committees admit Stallman is ultimate ' ...

Evaluation committees are hard at work on the latest draft of the General Public License (GPLv3), but members of those groups say it will ultimately be up to one person to decide what the license will look like when it's finished in early 2007.

Linux phones too closed to appeal to Linux users?

"Greed and close-mindedness" prevent handset makers from understanding what users want from Linux phones, writes Eugenia Loli-Queru in an impassioned editorial at OSNews.

Free EHR Software from HHS Delayed Indefinitely

The release of free electronic health record (EHR) software, which physicians could download from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), has been delayed indefinitely, a department official said yesterday.

The Ultimate Do-It-Yourself Linux Box

Start with the ultimate AMD64 motherboard and build on it to create a masterpiece of your own.

Portland Project betas common tools for GNOME, KDE

The Portland Project, the collaborative venture of Linux vendors and developers to simplify the process of porting and integrating applications for Linux desktops, has announced the beta release of its first application tools for the Linux desktop's GNOME and KDE environments.

Installing a firewall on Ubuntu

Ubuntu's desktop install provides a bunch of useful software for desktop users, but it doesn't install a firewall by default. Luckily, it's really simple to get a firewall up and running on Ubuntu.

'call of Duty 2' - v1.3 Dedicated Linux Server Available NOW

Icculus has released an updated dedicated Linux server files for Infinity Ward's Call of Duty 2.

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