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Upload directories recursively with NcFTP

I recently had to upload some content to a Web site, and the only access available was via http://FTP. I needed an FTP client capable of uploading a directory structure recursively. I found what I needed in an application called NcFTP.

Red Hat enters state of Xen

Races SuSE to slice the penguin

Dual-core not enough? What about 16 cores?

Dual-core is as good as it gets these days and even if you stretch a bit, a workstation with four physical cores typically is the limit even for enthusiasts. Tyan, however, demonstrates a solution that delivers an extra punch of performance: The "Personal Super Computer" (PSC) can hold up to eight Opteron or Pentium D CPUs for a total of 16 physical cores.

Is Radicati Running An Anti-Lotus Push Survey?

A market research firm, Radicati Group, is running an online survey, "2006 Messaging and Collaboration Survey", ostensibly designed to give paying customers preternatural insight into the mysteries of messaging. But the combination of its online nature and questions that ask if you intend to "stick with Domino as long as possible" suggest that the result will look more like a hit piece than a statistically valid survey.

Red Hat to Illuminate Virtualization Initiatives

The Linux vendor is expected to discuss building Xen virtualization capabilities into Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 at a company event, and it may announce a Xen technology submission for inclusion in the Linux kernel.

Securing VoIP Devices

  • (Posted by tadelste on Mar 14, 2006 5:21 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Foreword: This whitepaper discusses the security challenges posed by voice over IP (VoIP) communications in wired and wireless devices such as VoIP servers, gateways, telephones, and mobile handhelds. The author describes a number of techniques that can be used by developers to help protect VoIP devices from security breeches.

Build your own Java performance profiling tool

Profiling is a technique for measuring where software programs consume resources, including CPU time and memory. This article provides a list of best-of-breed features you might look for in an ideal profiler and explains why aspect-oriented techniques are well suited to achieving some of those features. It also introduces you to the JDK 5.0 agent interface and walks you through the steps of using it to build your own aspect-oriented profiler.

Preparing the 2007 (Office) battles

Charles Schulz of the Native Lang confederation comments on the latest happenings on the Office scene, such as Microsoft's press release about MS Office 2007, and talks about the future of

Software RAID on OpenBSD using RAIDframe

Software RAID provides an easy way to add redundancy or speed up a system without spending lots of money on a RAID adapter. OpenBSD includes support for software RAID using RAIDframe, which was ported from NetBSD, and supports RAID modes 0, 1, 4, 5.

CompUSA Offers Xandros' Consumer Ready Linux Desktop

Xandros has said that the retail giant, CompUSA®, is now selling the Xandros Desktop product in all of its stores, nationwide.

Ceo Gael Duval Departs From Mandriva Linux

Gael Duval, CEO of Mandriva, creator of Mandrake Linux (now Mandriva Linux), has been let go (maybe fired) from the company. The information was leaked onto the Mandriva forums. Duval confirmed his departure from the company on his blog.

Linux duo in SMB push

Infrastructure specialist LinuxIT Europe has teamed up with Red Hat Inc. to push Linux to small and medium-size businesses (SMB), a part of the market that has always been reluctant to embrace open source.

Linux Vaporware

How many times have you seen stories about "we're gonna do this thing". Here at Linux News we get way too many of those articles and press releases. Our advice, just do it, release it and then talk about it.

Debian Weekly News - March 14th, 2006

  • Mailing list; By Martin Schulze (Posted by tadelste on Mar 14, 2006 12:54 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Newsletter; Groups: Debian
Debian Weekly News Debian Weekly News - March 14th, 2006

Mysql Database Backup Script

Mysql Database Backup Script

A Call for Authors

Have a great idea for an article or tutorial? We want to hear about it.

How to give Linux Away

  LXer Feature: 16-Jan-06

As a community we would like to see a large computer manufacturer sell PC's with Linux already on them. Is this the only option?

How your IT department is breaking data protection laws

Comment Grid-tools a dream in a compliance nightmare

Novell Launches Next-Generation SUSE Linux Desktop

Novell Inc. unveiled their new Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 today at CeBit, hoping to spark companies into migrating their desktop systesm from Windows to Linux. Considered the first version of the product powerful enough to truly challenge Windows' desktop advantage, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 features a number of updates, including Xgl and Banshee.

Phoronix: NVIDIA Linux GeForce 7900GTX 256MB

  • (Posted by tadelste on Mar 14, 2006 10:26 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Video Card Reviews Phoronix writes "The speculations flying around the Internet in recent months in regards to the GeForce 7900 series can now come to a close. This morning NVIDIA is unveiling the new GeForce 7900 series GPUs that packs a fair amount of improvements over the existing flagship 7800 GPUs, and we have already taken this new unit for a spin at our facilities.

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