"In this issue, we cover The Fedora Project getting a new leader, the current on-going Bug Day, some new changes with Fedora Core 2 and introduce some applications. We also cover the LWCE Fedora BOF session."
In this interview, NetIQ security experts Todd Tucker and Erik Salwen share their customers' concerns about Linux's security shortcomings and NetIQ's Linux a very small Linux machine based on the PXA255: 20 x 80 mm, '64MB SDRAM,
Get answers to your toughest Apache questions in a live IRC chat with Apache luminary Ken Coar, Thursday, January 29 at 11 a.m. PST (1900GMT; 2 p.m. US EST). A leading author, speaker and Apache visionary, Ken Coar is a core developer of the Apache project , and a vice-president and director of The Apache Software Foundation . He's also the author of Apache Server for Dummies , and a contributing author to Apache Server Unleashed .
"On January 27th, the KDE Project released KOffice 1.3 for Linux and Unix operating systems. KOffice is a free set of office applications that integrate with the award winning KDE desktop. KOffice is a light-weight yet feature rich office solution and provides a variety of filters to interoperate with other popular office suites such as OpenOffice.org and Microsoft Office."
"Steve Kemp discovered a problem in trr19, a type trainer application for GNU Emacs, which is written as a pair of setgid() binaries and wrapper programs which execute commands for GNU Emacs. However, the binaries don't drop privileges before executing a command, allowing an attacker to gain access to the local group games."
"it plans to support Red Hat Enterprise Linux in future versions of its popular control panel software. Customers running Ensim Pro and Ensim Basic, both on the Linux platform, will now have the choice of Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Fedora Linux operating systems."
"The reason that open source is doing so well, aside from it being free and customizable, is that open source products can be as reliable as their commercial counterparts."
Microsoft Corp. is touting the results of "independent analyses" in its latest effort to show corporate decision-makers the merits of its Windows operating system vs. Linux, its biggest open-source competitor. [Seen on DesktopLinux.com]
Red Hat is accelerating development of Linux for the desktop and for handheld clients, but sees considerable work to complete before facing Microsoft in the
27, 2004--Greenbrier & Russel, Inc. today announced that it is offering certified Red Hat Linux courses in its Minneapolis and Milwaukee training centers.
Microsoft's practice of paying for research on Linux, then publicizing the results in an effort to show Windows' superiority, has been a simmering issue since
Alaska Airlines this week said it has completed the migration of its online travel planning and pricing engine to a PC-based system running the Linux operating distributions, many in the open-source community are turning their attention
The SCO Group has posted a $250,000 bounty for information leading to the conviction of the author of the MyDoom worm currently sweeping the Internet.
It was 1998 when I first got involved with Linux. I was 18, and though I found support on the Web, mailing lists, IRC channels, and other assorted resources, I wanted to meet people face-to-face to discuss Linux. That was when I discovered LUG culture. How can you get involved with a LUG in your area, or even set one up?
This is the fourth in a series of reviews of Debian-based distributions. The first three have covered the best known commercial distributions. The first one looked at LindowsOS 4.5. The second examined newcomer MEPIS Linux. The third was about Xandros 2.0. All three of those are more about providing a familiar environment for those coming to Linux from Windows. This one is different. LibraNet is aimed more at existing Linux users - including Debian users - than those from the Windows world.
Whether running an online community or a blog, PHP-Nuke serves up your content without fuss. PHP-Nuke tries to be all things to all people.
Government and large corporations often require ISO certification of their products," said McNeil. "This would make Linux a much safer bet.".
NetApp's storage software will be used for a general certification platform for future releases them on a single rack to support a large grid cluster of Linux
...announced today that its Web hosting packages starting from Shared Intermediate and above are now compatible with the open source database platform MySQL.
Embedded webserver specialist Mbedthis Software has released AppWeb, a new "mini-Apache" for embedded Linux focusing on high security and designed for "embedding in applications and devices." AppWeb can be configured with a memory footprint of only 110K, and targets web services, offline applications, and embedded device management, according to Mbedthis.