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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.
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.
In This Issue: Behind Ubuntu: Matt Zimmerman, The Free Desktop turns 10 - KDE celebrates, Topics sought for next development summit, Edgy Changes and more.
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.
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.
"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."
After collecting feedback from its users for five months, China's Sun Wah project team on Thursday introduced a revised version of its Debian-based distribution: Sun Wah Linux 1.5r2. The distro employs a 2.6.17 kernel and the GNOME desktop interface.
Five thousand French students now have laptops running Ubuntu, thanks to a local government initiative.
French readers can get the details from here
[O.k., so they dual-boot. At least the students have an option. - dcparris]
On October 18, Linux distributor Xandros was reorganized, resulting in the loss of at least five jobs and a change in CFOs. The company, which positions its desktop-oriented Linux distribution as an easy migration path from Windows, has never gained significant momentum in the market.
The beta release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 has some "warts," a Red Hat executive said Thursday, adding that the company will improve its documentation for the second beta release, particularly concerning virtualization.
Applied Biosystems introduces a new software tool that aims to simplify DNA methylation research aiding researchers to further their understanding of this process in the genetic basis of complex diseases, such as cancer.
The Atom Publishing Protocol is an important new standard for content publishing and management. It has been deployed to millions of Web sites and is supported by every major syndication platform on the market. In this article, explore a high-level overview of the protocol and its basic operation and capabilities. It illustrates, through example, all of its core functions.
Silona Bonewald, the founder of the League of Technical Voters, wants to get technical people more engaged in civic processes. She also wants politicians and governmental agencies to appreciate the impact of technology on their activities and the valuable resource technical experts offer them. To help achieve these twin goals, Bonewald organized a codeathon last weekend in Austin, Texas.
Terry Hancock at FreeSoftware Magazine have blogged long and good about the issues between Debian and Creative Commons
The weekend of the 14th-15th October saw my third BSP in as many weekends, this time in Munich. Andreas Barth was in charge of the organisation, and the LiMux development team were kind enough to host us for the weekend at their offices in the centre of the city.
With the final release of Ubuntu 6.10 approaching, and apparently set to be spot on schedule October 26th, we're starting to look beyond it to Ubuntu 7.04, scheduled for release on 19 April 2007.
The Ubuntu team is proud to announce the Release Candidate for version 6.10 of Ubuntu
, Kubuntu and Edubuntu - codenamed "Edgy Eft". The Release Candidate includes installable live Desktop CDs, server images, alternate text-mode installation CDs and an upgrade wizard for users of the current stable release.
This article describes the setup of a simple SSH client connecting to an AIX- or Linux-based SSH server that allows a typical, technically literate individual the ability to set up, configure, and operate a flexible means of tunneling data and services
over the SSH service. Use OpenSource tools, such as Secure Shell (SSH), PuTTY, and Cygwin, to create secure connections to almost any resource you need to access.
There are many, many different ways to back up your Ubuntu system. Here weÂ’re going to look at two of them, one of which is a full system backup and the other is a way to copy folders and files.
Red Hat has joined OPUCE, a European telecommunications industry group chartered with building an "open service infrastructure." The company hopes its JBoss Enterprise Middleware Suite (aka "JEMS") will emerge as a core technology for the "service delivery platform" (SDP) being defined by OPUCE.
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