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Converged mobile phone certification exemplifies expansion of Wi-Fi beyond the PC market
Openwave's Leading Client Software to be Ported Onto Trolltech's Qtopia(TM) Platform and Offered to Handset Manufacturers Developing Linux Handsets
Vyatta’s open-source router promises to reduce costs, so why are buyers slow to consider it, asks Martin Courtney?
Allows ISVs to easily build and maintain software appliances
Red Hat has delayed the beta of its Enterprise Linux 5 upgrade until later this summer but says the upgrade will ship by end of year as promised.
Google has issued letters to media organisations asking them to refrain from using its name as a verb. In order to "protect its trademark", and prevent it becoming a generic term, the search firm has sent letters to publishers advising them on its proper use.
As a Python developer, I have always wanted a more powerful integrated development environment than IDLE. Although IDLE is a useful IDE, it lacks some handy features, such as an automatic debugger, auto-completion, and extra formatting options, such as not displaying whitespace. A good FOSS alternative for developers is Stani's Python Editor, a cross-platform IDE for Python written in Python.
SA company Atio releases Linux version of CyberCall for call centres that can operate in conjunction with open source PABX Asterisk.
Update 4 of Pie Box Enterprise Linux 4 was made available today.
IBM said Tuesday that it is beefing up its open-source support beyond Linux to accelerate the adoption of open computing to reach new customers and add to the top line.
A proposed review of little-used second-level domains by .au Domain adminstration (auDA) has left a cloud hanging over the domain for Australia's biggest Linux conference.
sysjail, an OpenBSD and NetBSD "jail" implementation, has reached freeze before its 1.0 release. This release will feature full (limited by "what's possible") jail compatibility, plus some extra niceties
Even before this week's LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco officially kicked off, there was already Linux business email and IM news.
The open source software phenomenon has spread far beyond Linux and is gaining enormous momentum, according to an IDC study of over 5,000 developers in 116 countries, representing 38 developer networks. The analysts found open source software being used by 71 percent of the developers in the world and in production at 54 percent of their organizations. Half of the global developers claim that the use of open source is increasing in their organizations.
[Looks like seven trucks and all those "partners" are not enough to compete with real savings and quality. -- grouch]
The race to provide powerful--but not power-consuming--servers just got a new entry. Movidis, a relatively unknown startup from Santa Barbara, California, that was formed five years ago to provide streaming servers for video on demand (VOD) has created a new design based on a multicore MIPS processor and the Debian variant of Linux, which is an enthusiastic supporter of the MIPS chip.
Just like a high performance sports car, a database requires some checks to keep it running optimally. This article is broken down into tasks or checks that you can run at different time intervals on your DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows to ensure that your databases are running optimally
, and detect potential issues before they happen. Learn when to monitor and what you should be doing daily, weekly, and monthly. Updated for DB2 9.
Channel partners are making good money on Linux, and the more Linux business they do, the more profitable they are, according to a sponsored survey of 400 qualified respondents conducted by the Institute for Partner Education & Development (IPED).
As part of its nascent efforts to develop a channel strategy for its open source subscription services, Red Hat has rolled out a technical training promotion along with other enablement initiatives aimed at solution providers.
Sorry for posting this headline in capital letters. But this time, it has to be. As the british Inquirer reported, there is a problem with the rechargables in several different models of Dell Laptops, and by now Dell has started a world-wide “Battery Recall” program (German version here; they also have it in Spanish, French, Norsk, and Portugès - as well as in Japanese and Chinese).
LXer Feature: 15-Aug-2006
Don Parris talks with Nathan Aherne of Reddog Technology about selling computers with Ubuntu's GNU/Linux system pre-installed in Australia. Anyone interested in selling computers with GNU/Linux pre-installed should pay attention here, as Nathan makes at least one or two important points.
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