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Work the APP in Deployed Applications

  • IBM/developerWorks; By James Snell (Posted by IdaAshley on Nov 14, 2006 5:46 AM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM; Story Type: News Story
Continue learning about the new important standard for content publishing in Part 2 of the Atom Publishing Protocol (APP). In Part 1 you are presented with a brief walk-through of APP, and this article allows you to interact with a number of real-world deployed applications, by demonstrating how you can use it to.

Sabayonlinux 3.2 Screenshot Tour

It has not passed a lot of time since SabayonLinux 3.1 release and we're already starting to test a "draft" of the next minor release: SabayonLinux 3.2. In these weeks I worked a lot on better hardware support and boot time, implementing some new drivers and fixing genkernel (the Gentoo kernel build tool) adding to it a nicer UnionFS support.

KMyMoney: Coming along, but still not there

KMyMoney is KDE's personal financial management program. If you don't have complex needs and a lot of history to import, KMyMoney lets you set up accounts, enter transactions, and generate reports easily, and other features are doable with some help from the generous amounts of documentation. However, KMyMoney is not a good choice for small business owners, who need more functionality than it can provide.

Out with OpenView, in with Groundwork

  • IT Managers Journal; By Tina Gasperson (Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Nov 14, 2006 3:26 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
If you manage your finances online, there's a good chance that Yodlee provides the processing power for your transactions. Yodlee's clients, including e*trade, America Online, Merrill Lynch, and Bank of America, use the Yodlee Data Engine to power bill-paying applications and personal financial management software, including online banking. Needless to say, network security and uptime are crucial to Yodlee's success. That's why the company switched from a proprietary network monitoring product to Groundwork's Monitor.

STUX 0.9.2 Screenshot Walkthrough

Based on Slackware current as at 8 October 2006 (Slackware 11.0); Linux kernel upgraded to 2.6.17 from KNOPPIX CD 5.0.1; KDE, and all programs executed from KDE, now run as unprivileged user; user management, also when running from live CD, is more sophisticated; various services have been hardened; added udev, Tor, 3D-Desktop, MPlayer, Icecast, lm_sensors, Lopster, wpa_supplicant; now using wireless and network initialization scripts from Alien BOB; all STUX utilities reviewed and enhanced; faster boot; enhanced wireless networking support; many other changes, fixes and enhancements.

Red Hat Picks San Diego For Next ‘Summit’

Red Hat will host its third annual “Summit” in San Diego, Calif., the company announced Monday. The conference, which will focus on the latest developments in Red Hat Linux and open source software, is set for May 9-11 at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina.

Embedded Linux best practices

In this informative and highly detailed whitepaper, veteran embedded systems design consultant James Chapman looks at the factors that help some embedded Linux projects succeed, while others fail. The paper could be especially useful to developers interesting in understanding how Linux is different from proprietary RTOSes.

Top six questions about running WebSphere on Linux

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Steve Wehr (Posted by solrac on Nov 13, 2006 11:37 PM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM, Linux; Story Type: News Story
This article offers answers to questions not covered anywhere else to help you develop and deploy WebSphere applications for Linux, including updates for the current product versions. These technical questions and answers address 64-bit Linux distributions, JDBC drivers, heap sizes, and CPU.

Microfinance and open source: natural partners

A Nobel Peace Prize-winning organization has sparked the creation of an open source project to help build technology infrastructures for non-profit microfinance institutions. In developing countries around the world, these institutions loan small amounts of money to women who want to start businesses and create a better life for themselves and their families. The Mifos Software Initiative debuts this week at the Global Micro-Credit Summit in Halifax.

Simula Launches Open Source Marketplace for Enterprise IT

Part incubator, part commercial services provider, Simula Labs is all set to debut a bundle of software and services that industry watchers say could help enterprise IT shops shore up their open source deployments. The company is combining three open source software products with deployment, engineering support, and maintenance services to create its Community-oriented Real-time Engineering (CoRE) Network platform.

Open source in plain English

Much of the debate about open source has been in technical terms, or increasingly in political terms. I'm not criticising either approach, but I suspect many potential open source converts are left cold by discussions that border on the religious in their fervour. What many companies really need is a direct and clear discussion about the tangible benefits of open source, without the political baggage.

[His opening sentence proves he didn't do his homework. Open Source is not about cost at all. It's about freedom. Period. Cost is a potential result, not a catalyst. What is so hard about that? - dcparris]

Firebird Project Releases Firebird 2.0 Final

The Firebird Project today officially releases the much-anticipated version 2.0 of its open source Firebird relational database software during the opening session of the fourth international Firebird Conference in Prague, Czech Republic.

Novell Answers Questions from the Community

Since the announcement of the Novell-Microsoft agreement on November 2, we have been flooded with questions from the open source community about what this deal means to the Linux, the open source community, and even what this deal means for Novell. We will use this page to answer as many of those questions as possible.

Linux Solutions Provider SteelEye Joins XenSource Partner Program

SteelEye Commits To Provide Support For Xen-Based Environments Within Its LifeKeeper Protection Suite On Linux

Can Novell Make the Sale?

  •; By Matt Hartley (Posted by gsh on Nov 13, 2006 5:24 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Novell
Recently, Novell made a statement that could’ve given them some grief. In an online publication Computer Business Review Online, Novell was apparently quoted as stating that Vista would cost $300 more than their SuSE option. What Novell appears to have missed is a seemingly long list of Vista licenses with a number of price ranges. To add insult to injury, it appears the page containing the quote has since been pulled down.

A Different Class For Small Biz

Server manager Verio beefs up its hosted offering, extending enterprise capabilities to the little guy

Platform Expands Platform Open Cluster Stack With First AMD-Based ...

Platform Computing the global leader in systems infrastructure software solutions, today announced that AMD processors are now officially supported as a component of Platform Open Cluster Stack's(1) (OCS) certification program. Dell, which recently launched its first AMD-based PowerEdge servers, is the first vendor to join the program. The certification of Dell's products further drives the two companies' long-standing commitment to simplify the deployment and management of HPC clusters.

Samba team letter to Novell – please reconsider

Members of the Samba team made their stance on the partnership between Microsoft and Novell Inc. very clear this week in the form of a letter stating it "strongly disagreed" with Novell's actions.

UNIX tips and tricks for a new user, Part 2: The vi text editor

  • IBM Developer Works; By Tim McIntire (Posted by solrac on Nov 13, 2006 2:33 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Community
The vi text editor separates operations into insert mode and command mode, which gives you ultrafast access to key commands that can edit, insert, and move text in on-the-fly, user-defined segments.

Yamipod: Yet Another Reason To Dump iTunes?

In our previous articles, we have looked at other music sources besides the iTunes Music Store as well as other iPod management tools. Today, we are going to look at yet another iPod manager, the Yamipod.

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