In this interview with Mark Rais, I get him to answer the top questions beginners have including moving from Windows to Linux, finding files in Linux, using the File Manager, uncompressing using gzip and tar, understanding permissions and knowing where applications are located! I'll be the first to admit, I tried to suck his mind dry on this one regarding Linux new users.
Jeff Merkey claims to have filed his suit against Bruce Perens, Pamela Jones, Slashdot, and 200 "John Does". It makes for wild reading. "Perens posted Internet messages on LWN.net stating to Linux and OSS members that 'Merkey works for SCO,' and that 'Merkey should be placed in a file of people to be killed'. Merkey has not or ever worked for SCO or the Canopy Group." Your editor, strangely enough, is unable to find any comments on the system calling for anybody to be killed.
After years of development, SCO's OpenServer 6 arrives packed with UnixWare and open-source applications.
Travelogue describes conference from speaker's point of view, and discusses several issues raised by the conference
I've been a happy user of Lycoris DLX desktop linux for several years. ...
The LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl) software stack is emerging as a popular and cost-effective Web development platform. This is understandable given that it comprises a free operating system, Web server, database, and scripting language. However, a problem with having a number of separate open source components is integration. The XAMPP project aims to eliminate this problem. With XAMPP, there is no reason for developers to skip over an open source solution when considering Web development platforms.
Andrew Morton posted a list of patches that he intends to push from his -mm tree to Linus' main 2.6 tree intended for inclusion in the 2.6.13 kernel. He explains, "this summarises my current thinking on various patches which are presently in -mm. I cover large things and small-but-controversial things. Anything which isn't covered here (and that's a lot of material) is probably a 'will merge', unless it obviously isn't."
Leading Companies Developing Embedded Devices based on Freescale Processors and Linux Choose TimeSys
CodeWeavers' CrossOver Technology, Combined with Apple's Move to Intel x86 Chips, Creates Lucrative New Possibilities for Mid-Tier Windows Developers
Logicalware secures £300,000 for development.
This article takes you through the simple steps necessary to build a useful, multimodal application to send text messages via voice.
Open source software is everywhere nowadays -- even in the cautious offices of political campaigns. During last year's U.S. presidential campaign, a staff speechwriter from the Howard Dean campaign begged for Linux on his laptop, according to Zack Rosen, a DeanSpace Web developer, technical volunteer coordinator and Web radio producer. Rosen says that the Dean campaign's general manager Joe Trippi was "the first to have authority to start talking meaningfully about the concept of 'open source politics.'" Rosen and other Dean and Wesley Clark campaign alums have staked the future of their new project, CivicSpace Labs, on the idea that open source and politics can co-exist in "bottom-up people-powered campaigns."
Wind River now supports Freescale's latest PowerPC and PowerQUICC architectures across all Wind River DSO platforms including Linux and Workbench; Joint hardware/device software solution provides networking equipment manufacturers with powerful device development platform to develop networking equipment more quickly and reliably
This tutorial is Part 2 of a three-part series that takes you from the most basic PHP script to working with databases and streaming from the file system by documenting the building of a document workflow system. You can start with Learning PHP, Part 1, which gives you the basics of building a PHP script, including syntax, HTML forms, and database connections.
Third national training centre part of the plan to 'make SA the number one example of the sheer power of open source'. Cape Town is next.
The Appgen 4GL (fourth generation language) has been widely used by Appgen developers worldwide for over 20 years, providing a tool for extreme customization of Appgen applications and rapid development of new cross-platform applications.
Given the rapid rate of technological change, how much can I -- or should I -- teach my students about specific tools? Professor Gary Pollice discusses the virtues of Eclipse technology and explains why he and other instructors at Worcester Polytechnic Institute use it in their courses.
One of the least expected -- and most useful -- products of the Linux movement is the live CD. The ability to demo an operating system, with applications, is an advocate's dream come true. Freeduc is a live CD intended to be an aid to primary and secondary education. It could be a good tool for your child.
Online marketplace eBay kicked off its fourth annual developers conference on Tuesday by opening its arms to the open source development process. The eBay Community Codebase includes a new online forum where developers can hook up for projects. It's free to members of the eBay Developers Program and the PayPal Developer Network.
The KOffice team is pleased to announce the next version of the lightweight, integrated and complete office suite. With exciting highlights like two new components - Krita and Kexi - and support for the OASIS OpenDocument file format, the KOffice 1.4 release is a large step forward. Even a Live-CD featuring the latest release is available so you can try before actually installing anything. You can also take a look at screenshots at OSDir to get a first glance. Read the full announcement and the changelog for further details!