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Study: Open Source Set to Grow in Asia/Pac

  • InternetNews.com (Posted by dave on Jul 30, 2005 1:25 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Open Source adoption among developers is expected to grow at a faster pace in the Asia Pacific region (APAC) than in North America.

Towards a Standard of Freedom: Creative Commons and the Free Software Movement

  • Advogato (Posted by dave on Jul 30, 2005 12:42 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: GNU
Creative Commons is described as a movement translating the Free and Open Source software movement model to other forms of creative works. This description misses some important differences between the projects. Unlike Free Software, Creative Commons has failed to set any standard of freedom. This article compares Free Software's "essential rights are unreservable," with Creative Common's comparitively hollow, "some rights reserved."

Devon NTA 6010A Linux thin-client

  • LinuxDevices.com (Posted by dave on Jul 30, 2005 11:59 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Devon IT Inc. has embedded an "optimized" version of Red Hat Linux in a line of low-cost thin-client terminals ranging from the entry-level NTA 6010A priced at $149, to the $599 NTA 6015L that boasts an integrated 15-inch, 1024x668 TFT LCD screen.

Open Source iSCSI Gains Traction

  • InternetNews.com (Posted by dave on Jul 30, 2005 10:33 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Linux and iSCSI are two technologies that are gaining ground in the storage space. And thanks to a reborn effort, the two may be poised to gain together.

Open Chips Take Aim at Hardware World

  • eWEEK Linux (Posted by dave on Jul 30, 2005 9:07 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
A movement to deliver open processor designs is gathering momentum as an alternative to standard processor design methods, participants say.

Building on two previous articles -- Three ways to connect a database to a Geronimo applicatio

Building on two previous articles -- Three ways to connect a database to a Geronimo application server and Dive into EJB Web applications with Geronimo This article will show you how to develop a stand-alone (fat) client that can communicate with an EJB application running inside the Geronimo application server.

Microsoft boosts efforts to beat Linux

Microsoft Corp. said yesterday that it is stepping up efforts to replace Linux with Windows, highlighting a new campaign aimed at specific kinds of server workloads.

Novell Goes for SCO's Throat

Novell doesn't simply deny that SCO has any rights to Unix's copyrights; the company is claiming that SCO has no rights to sell Unix licenses and that SCO must turn over all its Unix royalties to it.

Microsoft has to frighten their employees into not quiting...Sound Familiar?

"This lawsuit is a charade," Google said in court documents filed before a hearing on Wednesday in Seattle. "Indeed, Microsoft executives admitted to Lee that their real intent was to scare other Microsoft employees into remaining at the company."

Symbio Technologies' Intern Releases Firefox Kiosk Extension

Symbio Technologies' intern Jevin K. Ramjattan has contributed a new extension to the Firefox browser—a kiosk browser extension. Ideal for public access sites such as Internet cafes, libraries, and schools, the extension displays the browser in a locked down mode. By using the extension, administrators can now limit the end-users' activities and substantially reduce the threat of viruses to the network.

Kenosha Finds Big Savings in Linux

  • CIO Today (Posted by dave on Jul 29, 2005 4:20 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Kenosha, a city of about 100,000, was on the bleeding edge when it began deploying Linux nearly a decade ago. The city had been a Unix shop, but as I.T. demands became more dynamic and more dependent on the Internet, Schall decided that instead of buying more Unix boxes, it was time to look at an inexpensive alternative.

Novell makes Linux deployment easier, across the pond

They say Europe has richer architecture, tastier coffee, more advanced cell phone technology ... now add better Linux licensing options to the list.

Linspire Five-O Desktop Linux Reviewed

  • XYZ Computing; By Swank1 (Posted by VISITOR on Jul 29, 2005 3:13 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups: Linspire
Linspire Five-O is a full-featured Linux operating system which is intended for desktop use, mainly as an alternative to Windows XP. The company, which was formerly known as Lindows, has gotten a lot of press for including their OS with pre-bundled computers.

Microsoft driving freeloaders to Linux?

Is this the week Microsoft finally got serious about fighting piracy -- and could its efforts cost Redmond business?

Scalix extends Linux-based messaging to mobile

Linux-based messaging vendor Scalix Corp has extended its email and calendaring functionality to wireless devices via a new product designed in conjunction with communications software vendor Notify Technology Corp.

Using Macromedia Flash as an embedded device UI

  • LinuxDevices.com (Posted by dave on Jul 29, 2005 1:44 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
This whitepaper from Vibren Technologies discusses the use of Macromedia Flash as a technology for creating rich, portable, maintainable, and consistent user interfaces across multiple models and generations of embedded devices, and outlines system requirements and porting issues.

Open Source Calling

  • RedNova.com (Posted by dave on Jul 29, 2005 1:22 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
I am running out of options for areas in my IT operation that legitimately shouldn't be open source. Operating system? Linux works like a champ. Web server? If you're not running Apache at this point, what are you doing? Database layer? MySQL scales fine for most Web-based apps, and basic master/slave software clustering for it is free, which can save roughly six figures over a commercial solution if you're running more than a couple of database servers. App server? J Boss if you want Java, or you could just use PHP running on Apache, among many other choices. OK, I haven't spent any money on software yet, and hardware is cheap. I'm surveying my office right now, looking for something that I couldn't enable with open source software, and my eyes fix on that ugly corporate phone that hooks into the old PBX. I feel helpless before it - I look at it and the words "lock in" might as well be blaring from the speakerphone. There's nothing I can do about it. Open source can't help me with my crusty old PBX. Except that it can. And for me, that suggests that open source can - and will - go anywhere and everywhere.

The Arrival of NX, Part 1

  • Linux Journal (Posted by dave on Jul 29, 2005 12:59 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
This is the first in a seven-part series written by FreeNX Development Team member Kurt Pfeifle about his involvement with NX technology. Along the way, he gives some basic insight into the inner workings of NX and FreeNX while outlining its future roadmap. Much of what Kurt describes here can be reproduced and verified with one or two recent Knoppix CDs, version 3.6 or later). A working FreeNX Server setup and the NoMachine NX Client has been included in Knoppix now for over a year.

Mozilla Headlines Two Key Open Source Development Conferences in August

Mozilla Foundation members and contributors will be presenting at O'Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON) in Portland, Oregon on August 1-5, 2005, and LinuxWorld in San Francisco, California on August 8-11, 2005.

TCP: Tripe Communication Protocol?

  • Enterprise Networking Planet; By Carla Schroder (Posted by tuxchick on Jul 29, 2005 12:15 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups:
Bloggers have put "real" journalists on the defensive in a big way. You can't believe bloggers, say some "real" journalists -- they have no editorial boards, no fact-checking, no training or credentials. You, the trusting reader turning your big wistful puppy eyes on their Web sites have no way of knowing who these people are or why you should trust them. That's what they say, at any rate. Yeah, right. Let me share an amusing little tale with you about the difference between bloggers and "real" journalists. Take a look at Danaquarium.com. Danaquarium.com is a blog. Be sure to read the page title up at the top of your Web browser, because that is a Clue. Now take a few minutes to read some of the stories ... ... all done? Did you figure out that all the stories are fake? ....

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