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January 9, 2006 -- (WEB HOST INDUSTRY REVIEW) -- C3, the Corporate Channel and Computing Expo, announced on Monday that Red Hat (redhat.com) CEO and chairman Matthew J. Szulik will deliver the keynote address at its second annual exhibition and conference. The event will be held June 27 to 29, 2006 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City.
"Most of you have probably heard of Ruby on Rails and may be wondering what exactly it does and how you can try it for yourself. Put simply, Rails is a web application framework that uses the model-view-controller software design pattern to allow for rapid development of web applications. This article will cover how to install Rails on Debian and how to configure it to work with Apache and a relational database of your choice."
First FIPS 140-2 compliant performance optimization software delivers expanded security for Government sector
Two vulnerabilities were identified in ADOdb, which could be exploited by remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands. The first issue is due to an input validation error in the "server.php" test script that does not properly validate the "sql" variable, which could be exploited by attackers to execute arbitrary SQL queries (when the MySQL password for the root user is empty). The second flaw is due to an input validation error in the "tests/tmssql.php" test script that does not properly validate the "do" parameter, which could be exploited by remote attackers to call arbitrary PHP functions.
Welcome to our issue number 28 of Fedora Weekly News.
Red Hat warned of a flaw late last week in mod_auth_pgsql, an Apache module that allows authentication against information in popular open-source database PostgreSQL.
For the second consecutive year, Red Hat Inc. ranks among senior level IT executives as the leader in vendor value and overall customer satisfaction, according to results of a study by trade publication CIO Insight.
The British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (Becta) last week announced a value for money review of Microsoft's educational licensing programme, and a second looking at ways of improving home ICT access for school pupils.
Many people sympathetic to the free market are not at all sympathetic to open source. I used to be one of these people.
Newark, UK, January 9th, 2006
AVG UK, the official business partner of Grisoft, makers of the award-winning AVG Anti-Virus software, has introduced a new free version of its software specifically for the Linux desktop.
A while ago I moved the debianHELP site to another server and was faced with the prospect of building the box from scratch. To me, handling Apache or MySQL is no problem, but I loath setting up virtual email domains. Being of the lazy sort, I decided to examine free software hosting control panels and to install one on the box I was going to build.
Fifth Generation of Powerful Desktop Virtualization Software Honored for Pushing the Technology Envelope
For those who dont know, IBLS is a modular mini linux server distribution.
An updated version of IBLS is now avaliable, included are numerous upgrades, from bug fixes and security updates to new features.
Though Linux is rising in popularity in China, the majority of enterprises still prefer commercial software over open-source middleware.
As many of you may have noticed, Xorg 6.9 has been uploaded to unstable. With this upload, the xlibs-dev metapackage is no longer built.
The first draft of the open-source GNU General Public License (GPL) Version 3 will be unveiled this week, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US.
Old news to readers of LXer, but though a light wieght item it does warrent repeating: Microsoft Everywhere Pushing Questionable "Facts".
Curt Brune writes
about a Google Map application he created that maps the IP addresses contained in a "traceroute". On a world map this shows you the path that IP packets take across the Internet.
[ED- Nothing to do with Linux or FOSS but fairly cool -bstadil]
The US-CERT's list of vulnerabilities make it very clear that nothing is quite as misleading as IT statistics, especially when it comes to comparing Windows and open source software.Here Jason Norwood-Young does some quick analysis and comes to a completely differerent conclusion.
Welcome to this year's second issue of DistroWatch Weekly. We had a quiet week, only disturbed by new releases from Arch Linux and DragonFly BSD. We'll take a critical look at the latter, especially from the perspective of a desktop user, but don't expect much praise for the new version. In other news, the Fedora project has started testing its new rescue CD, Gentoo has published a HOWTO on creating a Gentoo LiveUSB, and Puppy is preparing for the launch of Puppy2, a major update. Among the distributions newly included on DistroWatch we have three live CDs: ArcheOS for archaeologists, Arudius for penetration testers, and Xenoppix for the fans of the Xen technology. Happy reading! Join us at irc.freenode.net #distrowatch
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