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Forfás report opens door to open source

  • Siliconrepublic.com; By Gordon Smith (Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Jul 25, 2006 10:13 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
A new report from Forfás has highlighted the growing opportunity to be gained from open-source software (OSS) for Irish independent software vendors and the higher-education sector. OSS is growing far faster than the industry average for the traditional proprietary software model.

ClarkConnect - Enterprise Linux for Your Home

  • Yet Another Linux Blog; By devnet (Posted by devnet on Jul 25, 2006 9:41 PM EDT)
  • Groups: Linux; Story Type: News Story
Ever wonder how you could get a solid Security Enhanced Enterprise Grade Linux Router/Server with ftp, apache, traffic shaping, pop-up blocker, content filter, intrusion detection/prevention, and other nice handy tools that every robust server should have...and here's the kicker...installed and running in about 30 minutes in your home?

Mark of the Microsoft Beast

If you've looked for a Linux laptop lately on any of the major OEM Web sites, you've seen it: the mark of the beast. The phrasing goes "Dell|Lenovo|HP|Acer recommends Windows XP Professional." What it means is that by virtue of a Microsoft marketing agreement, the OEM can make more money in the US by not pre-loading Linux than it could if it did. Things are different elsewhere.

Microsoft Upset Over Groklaw's Article on ODF

I guess Microsoft is upset that I showed you screenshots that proved that there is no Save As function for ODF in the usual menu in Microsoft Word 2007. If you read Dutch, here's an article attacking Groklaw, with a lot of blah blah blah about it being alpha code and it's not fair and someday it will happen and all that jazz. But there still isn't a Save As option for ODF in that menu. Period. And according to the article, as I read it, there never will be...

Live migration of Xen domains

Virtualization is all the rage these days. Advances in x86 performance, as well as the increasing energy requirements of servers, make efficiently provisioning machines a necessity. Xen, an open source virtual machine (VM) monitor, works with just about any Linux distribution. One useful feature for shops that care about high availability is Xen's ability to migrate virtual machines while they are running. By using VM migration, you can pool computing resources just as you can pool storage. Here's how.

Debian Weekly News - July 25th, 2006

Welcome to this year's 30th issue of DWN, the weekly newsletter for the Debian community. Christoph Berg implemented an overview page for tasks in the packages overview. He also announced that the repository has been moved to Subversion and that notifications are now handled by the Package Tracking System directly.

LXerFest Charlotte 2006

LXer Announcement

A few LXer readers are meeting up with Editor-in-Chief, Don Parris in Charlotte, North Carolina this coming Saturday...

GetGNULinux.org welcomes community participation

The founder of GetGNULinux.org explains the goals of GetGNULinux.org and expresses a desire to build a community around the site to help further improve it. New forum section has been opened at Nuxified.org for that purpose and is accessible through http://community.getgnulinux.org/

Live migration of Xen domains

Virtualization is all the rage these days. Advances in x86 performance, as well as the increasing energy requirements of servers, make efficiently provisioning machines a necessity. Xen, an open source virtual machine (VM) monitor, works with just about any Linux distribution. One useful feature for shops that care about high availability is Xen's ability to migrate virtual machines while they are running. By using VM migration, you can pool computing resources just as you can pool storage. Here's how.

Day one at OSCON

The eight annual O'Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON) kicked off Monday at the Oregon Convention Center. The first two days at OSCON are all about tutorials, with half-day presentations by key contributors to open source projects discussing how to make use of their tools. OSCON has several tracks, including tracks for Web applications, databases, Perl, JavaScript and AJAX, Ruby, Linux, programming, and business.

The secret of GNU/Linux desktop adoption

Having been engineering director at one company that became public, and a founder and CTO of another, as well as a long time professional software engineer working at such companies as Matushita Electric (Panasonic), and even Rand McNally, yes, the people that make maps, I must admit, in all those occupations, I have at most rather infrequently encountered these Microsoft Windows operating systems I hear so many people talking so much about.

PHP encryption for the common man

  • IBM developerWorks; By Thomas Myer (Posted by solrac on Jul 25, 2006 3:39 PM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM, PHP; Story Type: News Story
In this increasingly virtual online world, you have to be careful to protect your data. Learn the basics of encoding and encrypting important bits of information, such as passwords, credit card numbers, and even entire messages. Get an overview of what it means to encrypt and decrypt information, as well as some practical examples involving passwords and other data, using PHP's built-in functionality.

Power Architecture’s New Identity

Michael E. Sullivan of IBM discusses how Power Architecture technology is being reborn under Power.org as a community-driven architecture and brand inspired by the open-source Linux model. Learn what motivated the changes, what they will mean for customers and partners, and what the new logo symbolizes.

Ubuntu heads for the mainstream

Mark Shuttleworth, millionaire cosmonaut and self-funded Linux guru, has managed to make his Ubuntu project the Linux distribution of choice in just two years. But now the friendly brown OS with the cute drumming noises faces an awkward journey towards the commercial mainstream.

Finding the right documentation

One of the ongoing problems with documentation at MySQL is that it is getting ever larger. Not only is the size of the docs increasing, but the formats and languages that we support is increasing too, and that is making it more and more difficult to effectively list them and make sure they are available.

Nigeria to buy 1m Negroponte laptops

The One Laptop per Child initiative for the developing world is gaining ground, with Nigeria planning to buy one million laptops. But the Microsoft/Intel EduWise consortium is also making headway in the same market.

AMD prices are dropping

The announcement and the first tests of the new Conroes as well as some serious price droppings of Intels legacy Netburst chips (aka P4, Pentium D8xx, Pentium D9xx, and so forth) had started the price war. Now AMD reacts.

Kernux is out; kernel mode webserver for Linux

Kernux, developed by Girish A., Krishnendusekhar J. and Tony Augustine, a group of three Linux newbies, is a fully kernel-mode http-daemon for Linux. They coded it as their academic main project for the Bachelor of Technology Degree course in Information Technology under University of Kerala, from Amrita Institute of Technology and Science, Kollam, Kerala, India.

The Open Source Revenue Model

Matt McAlister has a really interesting piece examining an Open Source CRM (SugarCRM) versus Salesforce.com. He observes a trend through the lens of SugarCRM that is happening more and more - companies focused around Open Source software that drive revenue from services alone:

Manage Collaboration With Alexsys Team 2

Alexsys Team 2, a client-server-based software package, assists businesses in organizing customer-service-oriented project teams such as help desks. This relatively inexpensive software provides an easy-to-set-up framework for managing collaboration, but also offers depth and versatility if you need them.

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