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Mainframe 2.0 concepts for Java developers

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Kris D. Hansen (Posted by solrac on Oct 21, 2006 1:36 AM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM; Story Type: News Story
The mainframe is cool again. Some are even speculating that a rebirth is occurring and are talking about Mainframe 2.0. Take a look at Mainframe 2.0 innovations and see how to deploy a Java application on the new Big Iron.

The Perfect Xen 3.0.3 Setup For Debian Sarge

This tutorial at HowtoForge provides step-by-step instructions on how to install Xen (version 3.0.3) on a Debian Sarge (3.1) system.

Speaking UNIX, Part 4: Setting and managing permissions on UNIX

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Martin Streicher (Posted by solrac on Oct 20, 2006 10:51 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: IBM
UNIX provides robust tools and infrastructure so that you can both protect and share information. This article looks at user privileges and, in particular, examines how to manipulate file permissions to restrict or share your directories and files with others. Understanding permissions is crucial if you want to speak UNIX fluently. Learn how to manipulate file permissions to protect your files, or share them with others.

osCommerce is first class for second-tier toy retailer

  • IT Managers Journal; By Tina Gasperson (Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Oct 20, 2006 9:54 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Ty Simpson just wanted to get his hands on the Wiggles. His daughter was a big fan of the Australian music group for kids, but Simpson couldn't find any licensed products here in the United States. So, he decided to go into business, and started importing and selling Wiggles dolls, hats, books, DVDs, and other merchandise. Demand was so great that it didn't take Ty's Toy Box long to outgrow off-the-shelf, proprietary ecommerce systems.

Time for some serious bashing of you-know-who

  •; By wjl (Posted by wjl on Oct 20, 2006 8:56 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Community
Normally, I’m trying to refrain from this. But after reading the latest blog entry from Debian Developer and Debian Project Leader #2 Steve McIntyre, I came to the conclusion that obviously the next Sunday doesn’t exist. Oh well…

Linux World Conference and Expo 2006 is Filled to Capacity

Surbiton, Surrey, United Kingdom, 10/20/2006 - LinuxWorld 2006 is set to be a huge success with more than 70 exhibitors filling the hall to capacity. The show, which is due to take place on 25th and 26th October in Olympia 2, London, will showcase the latest offerings and products from leading Linux companies such Oracle, Novell, Hewlett Packard, Scalix, Transtec, IBM and Sirius.

HP all-in-one device works great with Linux

I recently replaced both my Epson CX5400 All-in-one printer/scanner and my Brother MFC-210C fax/copier with a single all-in-one Hewlett-Packard Officejet 5610. Not only does the new product do more than both of the machines it replaced, it does it in less space. The price isn't real big, either.

Study: Worldwide Biz Open Source Deployment at 50 Percent

DC projects that open source will drive "vicious price competition" in the software industry, though it also adds that, "Price effects are a less important impact of open source adoption than the effect of open source on the entire life-cycle of software invention and innovation."

Development Release: Nexenta OS Alpha 6

The sixth development release of the OpenSolaris-based, desktop-oriented Nexenta OS has been released with Zones, BrandZ and SVR4 package management integrated

Nvidia posts graphics code tweaking tool

Could yield to 35 per cent more frames per second, apparentlyNvidia updated its suite of programming tools for graphics-intensive applications running under 32- and 64-bit incarnations of Windows and Linux. The tools target OpenGL and Direct3D apps that will render 3D imagery on the company's GPUs.

Invitation to "Perspektive Open Source" during SYSTEMS

LXer Feature: 21-Oct-2006

Here is an invitation, in German, to a two-day 'Perspektive Open Source' during the SYSTEMS in Munich. This is the first post in German, so please comment in German, should you choose to discuss it.

Three reasons NOT to use Gnome

"Three reasons to use Gnome" shocked me. Sal Cangeloso is free to use what ever he wants and list his reasons for using it. But he is not free to spread FUD and use some very questionable arguments. I've used KDE from the first moment I installed Linux and I've never been disappointed.

LXer To Add Articles In German

LXer Feature: 21-Oct-2006

LXer will begin posting German-language articles to the newswire.

Bigger, longer, uncut: Oracle OpenWorld

Ellison holds hands with Sir Elton JohnAfter two years' buying other people's companies and merging Oracle World and Oracle Apps World, it can safely be said Oracle's annual call to Mecca has outgrown itself.

Organization to pay Debian developers begins work

A month after it was announced, Dunc-Tank, the unofficial organization to fund selected projects in Debian, is on track with its first experiments. The organization has defused active opposition to its experiment within Debian and is now ready to receive donations and to proceed with its plans.

Linux: GPLv3, DRM, and Exceptions

The following editorial was contributed byCiarán O'Riordan ofFSFE. Working for FSFE since April 2005, Ciarán has been raising public awareness and participating in public discussion on GPLv3 since the launch in January 2006 and contributes heavily toFSFE's GPLv3 project. Discussion draft 3 of GPLv3 is due in early November, approximately.

Ubuntu Weekly News #18

In This Issue: Behind Ubuntu: Matt Zimmerman, The Free Desktop turns 10 - KDE celebrates, Topics sought for next development summit, Edgy Changes and more.

Opera Says It Can Still Compete In Browser Battle

Oslo, Norway-based Opera, which develops the same-named browser for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and other desktop platforms, as well as miniature browsers for mobile phones and devices, owns less than one percent of the global browser market, according to Web metrics vendors. But its low numbers doesn't faze the company's chief technology officer, Hakon Wium Lie.

Xen - A GPLed Virtualisation Technology for Linux

This article gives a first hand take on configuring and using Xen to run multiple OSes. The software used for the purpose is the Xen LiveCD which comes with two OS images - CentOS and Debian Etch. It is remarkable that the virtualization can be demonstrated even on a machine running with just 256 MB ram. The article replete with screen shots also lists a couple of practical uses of Xen virtualization technology.

Think3 Unveils free2Design in China

"We are leveling the 2D software playing field in the developing world with proven and supported 2D production tools," said Joe Costello, CEO of think3. "Countries like China, whose low manufacturing cost structure made it virtually impossible to afford the very CAD software they require to do business, now have a free source for licensed and supported software that legitimizes their product development globally -- they are truly now free to design."

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