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Key Indian IT services organization moving to Linux

The Electronics Corporation of Tamil Nadu Ltd. (ELCOT), a government-owned organization that delivers IT services to the southern India state of Tamil Nadu, has decided that its projects will be deployed on open-source software, including Linux.

BitTyrant questions assumptions about BitTorrent

Conventional wisdom says that BitTorrent achieves superior download performance over competing peer-to-peer (P2P) systems because the protocol discourages those who download without uploading in turn, creating an environment where all participants act fairly. A University of Washington (UW) research paper says otherwise, and its authors have a BitTorrent client to prove it.

Dell's secret Linux fling

Dell's love affair with Linux is a clandestine affair these days, conducted in secret, away from disapproving eyes. But now the pair have been spotted in China.

New backup software for Linux, AIX

Storix Inc. today introduced software that lets customers back up, migrate and provision new Linux and AIX systems. The Storix System Backup Administrator version 6 For Linux and AIX (SBAdmin) also provides bare metal restore capability for failed or new systems.

Aol preps Linux-based PMP

AOL is showcasing a Linux-based hard drive-equipped portable media player (PMP) manufactured by Haier, at CES this week. The Smartscreens Media Device packs a 30GB drive, plays MPEG4 and WMV videos over wired or Bluetooth wireless headphones, and can also receive Internet radio stations via WiFi.

Making Linux Happen - It all comes down to this.

All the words have been spoken. The Grand Ideals, the philosophical superiorities, the passionate and sometimes vitriolic debates on freedoms has all been said. Now it's time to do.

The silent victory of Linux-as-geology at CES 2007

Three years ago, out of more than 2300 CES exhibitors, the word"Linux" appeared in text associated with just 11 of them, in the show's online guide. This year atCES 2007 has more than 2700 exhibitors; yet"Linux" appears in text associated with just 3 companies:Interact-TV,Neuros Technology andPixel Magic Systems. Yet it is clearer than ever that Linux has become the bedrock on which more and more companies build their solutions.

Startup Promises First Linux Smartphone Based On Open Standards

OpenMoko, a Taiwanese startup that develops mobile hardware and software, next month plans to start selling what it claims to be the first Linux smartphone based completely on open standards.

Really Sort of Missing the Point

An open letter to PETA, inspired by Ryan Lortie’s very silly My stance on Ubuntu and the Bad Vista campaign.

Linux helps bring state-of-the-art medical equipment to vets

Foreword: This article describes how Linux and a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) single-board computer (SBC) helped Vetland Medical develop and market its EX3000 product, an inexpensive anesthesia monitoring device aimed at bringing technical innovations in human anesthesia equipment to veterinarians.

The book "Linux Kernel in a Nutshell" available for free download

Written by a leading developer and maintainer of the Linux kernel, Linux Kernel in a Nutshell is a comprehensive overview of kernel configuration and building, a critical task for Linux users and administrators. The book is available for download in either PDF or DocBook format for the entire book, or by the individual chapter.

New Video of Nao, a Linux-based Robot

A French company called Aldebaran Robotics has released several video clips of a new robot they're developing, called Nao. They claim their humanoid robot will include voice recognition, vision, speech synthesis, "emotional expressions", a WiFi connections, and will be based on Linux. Nao stands 22 inches high and has 23 degrees of freedom.

Virtualization begins to materialize in the Linux kernel

Virtualization, the ability to run multiple "virtual" systems on a single host, is nearly as old as solid state computing. But it's been all the rage again in recent years, with more than a dozen large-scale Linux virtualization projects -- and while they require special custom kernels, patches, and software, the first steps toward OS-level virtualization have been implemented in the Linux kernel.

Second Life opens to developers

The viewer application of the online game Second Life has been released as open source.

Open Country Announces Partnership with Turbolinux

Robust Systems Management Suite Maximizes Value for Turbolinux Users in China

Rwanda signs up for one laptop project

President commits Rwanda government to providing each primary school pupil with a Linux-based laptop within five years.

The Free Software Movement and the Future of Freedom

I've just uploaded a transcript of a recent talk by Stallman where he explains why free software is defined the way it is, how the GNU design was chosen, what problems we face, and what's coming, etc.

How To Resize ext3 Partitions Without Losing Data

  • HowtoForge; By Falko Timme (Posted by falko on Jan 9, 2007 5:23 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
This article is about resizing ext3 partitions without losing data. It shows how to shrink and enlarge existing ext3 partitions and how to merge two ext3 partitions. This can be quite useful if you do not use LVM and you realize that your existing partitioning does not meet your actual needs anymore.

Dreamlinux releases v2.2 Multimedia Edition live CD

The Dreamlinux project, a Brazilian distribution based on Debian, Knoppix, and Morphix, last week released its v2.2 Multimedia Edition live CD for free download. Dreamlinux boots directly into an XFce desktop, which provides access to a "substantial" collection of desktop applications and a central control panel for system configuration, according to the project.

Linux-powered whole-house audio system supports WMP11

Sonos has added support for Windows Media formats to its Linux-based whole-house audio distribution system, via a "one-button" firmware upgrade. The new "Sonos System Software 2.1" for the Sonos Digital Music System brings better interoperability with Windows Media Player 11 for Vista and XP users.

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