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4 OpenSource Groupware Tools

  • Toms Hardware Guide; By Marcel Binder (Posted by theboomboomcars on May 4, 2007 9:35 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews
Are you happy with the way your team is able to organize and exchange office data? Maybe Horde, phpGroupWare, PHProject or moregroupware will help you all become better team players.

Ubuntu Founder: No Emulation Software for Dell Systems

Dell won't include open-source software such as Wine with its Ubuntu Linux machines, according to Mark Shuttleworth.

Skype unleashes an early alpha v1.4 for Linux

Skype, the well-known VoIP (voice over IP) software provider, has never been known for its quickness in getting Linux releases out, but about a year after the company started work on Skype 1.3, it has announced the release of the alpha for Skype 1.4.

Memory leak patterns in JavaScript

Plugging memory leaks in JavaScript is easy enough when you know what causes them. This article walks you through the basics of circular references in JavaScript and explain why they can cause problems in certain browsers, especially when combined with closures. After seeing some of the common memory leak patterns you should watch out for, you'll learn a variety of easy ways to work around them.

Metasploit 3.0 doesn't pwn systems, black hats pwn systems

Metasploit LLC released version 3.0 of the Metasploit Framework (MSF), the popular penetration testing project, late last month. Version 3.0 is a complete rewrite of the previous tools using primarily the Ruby programming language; versions 1 and 2 were written primarily in Perl. Also new are an experimental GUI, and perhaps the crowning jewel of the release, the db_autopwn module, which automates exploit discovery and execution.

Artila's New Matrix-520 Industrial Grade Box Computer

Much Fanfare Awaits the Fanless Matrix-520, Linux-Ready, Communication Computer

PHP 5.2.2 and PHP 4.4.7 Released

  • linuxlookup.com (Posted by linuxlookup on May 4, 2007 3:51 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: ; Groups: PHP
The PHP development team would like to announce the immediate availability of PHP 5.2.2 and availability of PHP 4.4.7. These releases are major stability and security enhancements of the 5.x and 4.4.x branches, and all users are strongly encouraged to upgrade to it as soon as possible.

Mugshot: Social networking open source style

Now that we have open source beer, open source cars, and open source photography, a social networking service run by Red Hat and based around open source software comes as no surprise. The name of the project is Mugshot, and the official definition describes it as "an open project to create live social experiences around entertainment." That may sound vague, but it's actually a useful service, and there are quite a few things you can do with it.

Debian Etch And Xen From The Debian Repository

  • HowtoForge; By Michele Petrazzo (Posted by falko on May 4, 2007 2:16 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Debian
This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to install Xen on an already working Debian Etch system. You can find all the software used here in the Etch repository, so no external files or compilation are needed.

Linux: Debating Swap-Prefetch

Ingo Molnar reviewed Con Kolivas [interview]'s swap-prefetching patches suggesting that they were ready for inclusion in the mainline kernel, "I've reviewed it once again and in the !CONFIG_SWAP_PREFETCH case it's a clear NOP, while in the CONFIG_SWAP_PREFETCH=y case all the feedback i've seen so far was positive. Time to have this upstream and time for a desktop-oriented distro to pick it up." He went on to describe swap prefetch, "to the desktop user this is a speculative performance feature that he is willing to potentially waste CPU and IO capacity, in expectation of better performance. On the conceptual level it is _precisely the same thing as regular file readahead_. (with the difference that to me swapahead seems to be quite a bit more intelligent than our current file readahead logic.)"

24,000,000 Google hit for I HATE WINDOWS

Windows is loved more than Linux by a factor of 2.4, but hated by a factor of 9.8 according to Google search results.

Dell and the Penguins

  • Technoblogical; By Ben Hay (Posted by nebyah on May 4, 2007 11:24 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The optimist in me cheers. The optimist in me believes, its tiny voice raised to the heavens, like a mouse on LSD. Sorry, but it is a very very small optimist...

Seven steps to Feisty Fawn bliss

The executive editor of DesktopLinux.com installs Kubuntu Feisty Fawn on his "trusty old Thinkpad testbed" and relates his experiences. The verdict? Thanks to a little assistance from Automatix2, Feisty's a real winner!

A month on the command line -- Day 1

I'm tired of debating the relative merits of Linux's various desktop environments and distributions. Tired of reading about them, tired of writing about them. So today an experiment begins: My month at the command line. I'm going back. To the $ prompt. No GNOME. No KDE. Not even Xfce, IceWM or Fluxbox. No X at all. Just the console.

Reports: Microsoft Pursuing Yahoo

Microsoft Corp. is resuming its pursuit of search engine operator Yahoo Inc. that could help it better compete with Web search leader Google Inc., published reports said Friday.

[Its not Open Source related but certainly of interest around here. - Scott]

UNIX Command Line in One Sentence

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Martin Streicher (Posted by IdaAshley on May 4, 2007 8:25 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: IBM
Speaking UNIX is simply a matter of building a sentence. An executable is a verb, output is a noun, and the shell operator is a conjunction. Virtually all non-trivial problems require you to filter good data from bad. Discover the many UNIX command line utilities that use regular expressions to discern the relevant from the irrelevant.

Mozilla Firefox 2.0.0.4 and 1.5.0.12 Community Test Day on Friday

The Mozilla Quality weblog has announced a Mozilla Firefox 2.0.0.4 and 1.5.0.12 Community Test Day tomorrow. The Community Test Day will allow interested members of the Mozilla community to test release candidates of the upcoming Firefox 2.0.0.4 and 1.5.0.12 releases. The Mozilla Wiki has a page with full details about the Firefox 2.0.0.4 and 1.5.0.12 Community Test Day, which will take place on Friday between 7:00am and 5:00pm Pacific Daylight Time (2:00pm and 12:00pm UTC/GMT).

Debugging with the Eclipse Platform

This article shows you how to use the built-in debugging features in the Eclipse Platform for debugging software projects.

It's The Hardware Silly...

He ooh'ed and ahh'ed over the transparency settings in the window decorations and the multiple desktop possibilities available to him. I didn't think it was a good idea to show him Beryl just yet. There is only so much one can take at a time.

Global Summit of Open Source Leaders Releases Free Online Report on State of Commercial Open Source

Think Tank 2007 publishes 14-page Executive Summary Report with highlights of latest trends in commercial open source from more than 35 CEOs, 16 CIOs/CTOs of Global 2000 organizations, and leading attorneys and venture capitalists

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