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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Beta 1 Released is reporting Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Beta 1 has been released. This is the first Red Hat Enterprise Linux release that includes Xen based open source virtualization technology. The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Beta 1 release contains virtualization on the i386 and x86_64 architectures as well as a technology preview for IA64. We are particularly interested in your feedback on the Xen technology.

UNIX error reporting in the standard C library

  • IBM/developerworks; By Chris Herborth (Posted by Roger on Sep 8, 2006 1:32 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: IBM
This article familiarizes you with the UNIX standard error reporting mechanism, the errno global variable. You'll also learn about a couple of associated global variables ( sys_nerr and sys_errlist) and the standard functions

Embedded Linux webinars cover real-time, board bring-up, more

TimeSys will offer a series of educational webinars on Linux board bring-up and Linux real-time requirements and options, this fall. Additionally, the company will also offer several webinars aimed at documenting the LinuxLink sevices it offers to embedded Linux developers.

OpenSUSE 10.2 alpha 4 hits the web

Distro maintainer Andrea Jaeger on Sept. 7 announced the availability of the fourth alpha release of openSUSE 10.2, which uses an updated Linux kernel and offers a choice between the GNOME 2.16 Beta (2.15.92), KDE 3.5.4 or Xfce 4.2.3 desktop environments. "We've made a number of significant changes [including] switching to kernel 2.6.18rc5 -- and we use only the SMP kernel," Jaeger wrote in the release announcement.

Linux PMP gains WiFi, Opera browser

A forthcoming portable media player (PMP) from Archos will be based on embedded Linux, confirms Opera Software, which will supply its Opera Web browser for the device. The Archos 604 WiFi will probably resemble Archos's currently available 604 model, but with added wireless networking and possibly a higher-resolution screen.

Red Hat spearheads vulnerability initiative

Open source software vendor Red Hat has announced a new initiative, implemented by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), that enables members of the software industry to officially and publicly comment on vulnerabilities that may affect their software.

Linux in the Mobile Space: Today and Tomorrow

This EDC whitepaper was commissioned by PalmSource. It overviews the progress and prospects of Linux in the mobile phone market, looking at major stack vendors, geographic trends, drivers, and inhibitors. It also includes research data from EDC's surveys of mobile application developers.

GNOME 2.16 arrives

The GNOME project released version 2.16 of its popular Linux desktop on Sept. 6. In many ways, this is just a minor release. In others, however, it's a significant step forward for the Linux desktop. The first change old GNOME hands will notice is that, most, but not all of the default icon theme has been changed. It's now based on Tango. The Tango Desktop Project is an effort to create a consistent graphical user interface across all Linux desktops.

Installing OpenBSD on VMware Server

Many people collect things as a hobby. I collect computers. Over the years, as my collection grew, my living room began to look like a data center. As soon as VMware Server became freely (as in beer) available I knew I had to migrate my servers and development boxes to virtual machines (VM). The problem is that most of my servers run OpenBSD, which is not officially supported by VMware. Out of the box, VMware can't properly shut down OpenBSD VMs; it just powers VMs off, causing data corruption. With a little bit of hacking, I managed to eliminate this issue. Here's how you can install OpenBSD as a guest OS under VMware Server, and possibly other VMware products.

Groundwork Monitor Aids Open Source Deployment

Many observers expect that, although often well entrenched, traditional management tools with license costs could be displaced by open source competitors like GroundWorks. "There are parts of systems management, such as event monitoring and change management, that are mature and ripe to be commoditized," said Jon Collins of analyst firm Macehiter Ward-Dutton.

Pointsec Adds Single Sign-On to Secured Linux PCs

Encryption products supplier Pointsec Mobile Technologies AB has added single sign-on and remote support features to its endpoint full-disk encryption software for Linux desktops and laptops.

Online pirates: valuable resources

According to the corporate cartels, so-called p2p 'pirates' are the scourge of the Net, "devastating" honest, hard-pressed the entertainment and software companies and forcing helpless support workers into hard times. However, David Choi and Arturo Perez have a somewhat different view, suggesting the phenonmenon of online piracy is a valuable source of innovation to the industries, as well as to entrepreneurs.

Improve your writing with the GNU style checkers

The diction and style tools put a GNU face on an old Unix feature. These tools read text input, either from a file or the standard input. diction checks the input at the sentence level, and marks wordy and trite phrases, cliches, and the like, while style works on the overall document, giving a summary of the writing style with a number of readability tests.

How To Fight Spam Using Your Postfix Configuration

  • HowtoForge (Posted by falko on Sep 7, 2006 5:03 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
In this guide you will learn how to tweak your virtual Postfix setup to better combat SPAM by stopping the mail before it hits SpamAssassin, using RBL (Realtime Blacklists) and RHBL (slightly different), greylistings and Helo Checks.

Review: Sectoo--A Live Look at Gentoo

Live Linux CDs are popping up all over the place. Mainstream distributions like SimplyMepis let you try before you install, as does Ubuntu and Linspire. There are also specialized distributions like Knoppix and Dynebolic. One Gentoo Linux-based distribution, called Sectoo, might also warrant a "live" look.

Review: Ubuntu Server Edition (6.06)

The release of Ubuntu 6.06, back in June, brought not only a new desktop system to the Linux world, but also a server system with long-term commercial support. This review takes a brief look at installing it, and a run through of some of its applications, to see how it holds up.

Highly detailed MySQL version 5 coverage

MySQL is a significant atom of a LAMP server. This amazingly fast database system is synonymous with PHP applications. Understanding the potentially complex details of views, stored procedures, merge tables, clustering, to name a few, can give your organization a competitive advantage. Pro Mysql, written by Micheal Kruckenberg and Jay Pipes and published by Apress, is a highly detailed account of the more advanced features of MySQL 5.0.

Create a commercial-quality Eclipse plug-in

Develop IDEs as plug-ins for any of the existing programming languages or your own language. Learn the two most important parts of the IDEs.

Create your own book cover art with open source software

Print-on-demand sites like Lulu allow you to create and publish your own book. If you're primarily a writer, you might be tempted to hire a professional designer to create a cover for your book. Before you do that, consider creating a simple yet elegant book cover using the open source Kooka scanning software and the Inkspace vector drawing application

Meet the PCI Security Standards Council

  • Standards Blog; By Andy Updegrove (Posted by Andy_Updegrove on Sep 7, 2006 1:17 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Today is launch day for a new consortium I've been helping structure for the last several months – the PCI Security Standards Council, LLC. You should be happy to hear about this new organization, because its purpose is to tighten the security procedures that protect your financial data against theft and fraud, not only globally but on an end-to-end basis, from point of sale to debiting of your account.

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