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Originally designed for the GNU Image Manipulation Program, the GTK graphical application development toolkit provides an extensive assortment of widgets and controls for cross-platform software construction. The latest version, GTK 2.10.0, has been officially released. With plenty of exciting new features for users and developers, GTK 2.10.0 is a significant improvement over previous versions. The popular, cross-platform toolkit is widely used on a variety of platforms, and provides the foundation for the GNOME desktop environment. Available under the GNU's highly permissive LGPL license, GTK has been adopted by numerous proprietary and open source software developers.
[Updated 5:20 P.M.] -- Opengear is shipping 48-Volt "telecom" versions of two inexpensive console servers based on Linux and other open source software. Network service providers can use the 16-port CM4116-48V and 48-port CM4148-48V to securely manage remote servers, switches, routers, VoIP gateways, and DSLAMs, via in- or out-of-band networks, according to the company.
Search engine optimization hall-of-famer Aaron Wall has developed an intensive SEO extension for Mozilla's Firefox browser. The tool pulls data from a number of sources to offer search engine marketers "a more holistic view of the competitive landscape."
If you are at all like me, you spend far too much time trying to personalize your computer. You can download screensavers, mouse pointers or different gadgets like stock tickers or weather watchers for your desktop. Personally, I like to find at least one new desktop wallpaper each week from my favourite photo sharing Flickr.
SoC (system-on-chip) vendor Mobilic is shipping a "production-ready development kit" for portable media devices based on embedded Linux. The MDK730 kit uses the company's ARM9-based MP730 multimedia applications processor, and has a total BOM (bill-of-materials) cost of about $70, the company says.
LONDON — Shares in Norwegian mobile Linux software specialist Trolltech rose by nearly 10 percent on the Oslo stock exchange as the company completed its IPO, which was nearly two times oversubscribed.
Hardly a week goes by without another browser vulnerability being reported. One security researcher is going to take it a step further this month and by releasing a new vulnerability every day.
Comodo, a provider of Identity and Trust Assurance Management Solutions, has released Zero Touch Linux (ZTL), a complete suite of back office server applications centrally controlled by a user friendly Web-based interface. ZTL was developed by Comodo's Positive Software Division (PSOFT), specialists in Web hosting and server automation.
[Warning - beware the pop-ups, even in Firefox - dcparris]
An(sic) faulty update has caused Symantec to incorrectly detect the Zlob trojan in the open source Nullsoft Scriptable Install System (NSIS)... Last week's error marks that fourth time that Symantec mislabels NSIS as spyware, according to an overview on the project's web page. NSIS gets mislabelled as spyware on a regular basis. Microsoft tops the list. It's anti-spyware software has goofed up on five occasions.
[Five times..can't imagine why - Scott]
IBM's DeveloperWorks website has published a concise, informative overview of the Linux kernel's scheduler. The article first looks at schedulers in general, and the limitations of the 2.4 kernel's 0(n) scheduler, before turning to Ingo Molnar's 0(1) scheduler, and describing some of the problems it solves.
Microsoft said it plans to sponsor an open-source project to create software that will convert Office documents to OpenDocument, a rival format gaining ground, particularly among governments.
[ Finally! Thanks Massachusetts, Belgium, Denmark and probably the EC also, and congratulations to all ODF supporters Apparently, there is 'demand', although Microsoft claimed not. Now, the way is open to a switch to ODF for all MS users, after which it will be easy to save costs by switching to OOo! - hkwint]
The fond dream of computer users everywhere is to plug in their computers and watch as networking automagically sets itself up. Computers are connected and give themselves IP addresses. Network resources are available without having to lift a finger: wireless devices, printers, local Web sites, image galleries, music collections, the boss's greatest inspirational speeches collection, the rude body noise collection — anything that is network-able. Apple users have long been able to do this with Bonjour (formerly Rendezvous). No messy hassles with DHCP, DNS, smbclient, or NIS; no horrid kludges to enable interoperability with cliquish platforms like Windows that hate to share with non-Windows systems.
This review of the latest version of Opera (ver 9.0) explores the features of this web browser with a small foot print and throws light on how one could really improve ones over all net experience using this nifty web browser.
PUTRAJAYA: There appears to be a gap in the university curriculum for information and communications technology. ICT degree holders make up a large segment of unemployed graduates, but after they complete professional ICT courses under the Human Resources Ministry’s Graduates Retraining Scheme, they are snapped up by employers.
Internal BGP is a mechanism to provide more information to your internal routers. Most of last week’s installment on Understanding BGP focused on a stub configuration, where a single router served all the BGP sessions for an autonomous system (AS). This time we’ll delve into the practical use of BGP: iBGP and what it takes to accomplish multihoming.
Charlie's Networking 101 series is excellent
eHarmony.com chooses open source software for its quality, not for its price, says Mark Douglas, vice president of engineering and operations for the popular online dating site.
The "four horsemen" of commoditisation - service oriented architecture (SOA), open source, software as a service and offshoring - will lead to cheaper prices and a radical change in enterprise software landscape of the future, according to analyst Forrester.
Open Source vendor Opengear released two new management products designed specifically for the toughest telecommunications environments. Opengear’s new CM4116-48V and CM4148-48V models enable telecommunications and network service providers to securely manage their mission critical servers, switches, routers, Vo-IP gateways and DSLAMs using one appliance. These management solutions provide secure authenticated remote access to the infrastructure, whether or not the main in-band network is operational.
Novell today announced two new innovative programs for Linux training designed to promote education around open source. Novell unveiled its “Train the Teacher” series, the industry's first free week-long boot camp for Linux* educators. In addition, Novell is the first Linux vendor to partner with Thomson Course Technology, the world's leading technology education publishers, with the release of a series of new joint SUSE Linux Enterprise courseware offerings. As a result, students and teachers interested in Linux have compelling new options for building their expertise on the increasingly popular open source platform.
The GeoServer Project is pleased to announce the release of version 1.3.2. We know it's not a very glamorous number - if our project members were focused on marketing instead of building great software we'd probably call it GeoServer XT, or perhaps GeoServer: Google Earth edition, to more accurately reflect what we've been up to. But we think it's a pretty great release.
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