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The multifunction printers found in many offices are not dumb devices, but are computers that can be hacked, a security expert has warned.
Linux, the open-source operating system long popular with programmers, is being used by more U.S. companies and in more products.
[From the article: "It seems Linux may become a formidable competitor against Microsoft in the embedded systems market."
Seems to me they got something backwards there. - dcparris]
Los Angeles, CA (OPENPRESS) January 11, 2005 -- The Southern California Linux Expo has announced that Sophos has signed on as one of the latest sponsors of SCALE 3x, the Third Annual Southern California Linux Expo. SCALE 3x has been called " .. one of the few good grass-root level technical conferences for Linux" by Linux Kernel Developer Robert Love.
Pia Waugh, the [new!] president of SFI, has just put in the order for the SFD '06 t-shirts. 136 of your teams are registered to receive SFD supplies for your celebrations in 2006; this is up from 90 in 2005.
LinuxQuestions.org is proud to announce that LQ Bookmarks has been completely redesigned and relaunched.
Last week, JBoss Inc., provider of an Open Source J2EE application server received $10 million in venture funding in a group led by Matrix Partners. But what does JBoss founder Marc Fluery, want to do with that money? And will VC investment water down the Open Source movement?
The fallout from an intentional dump of search data by AOL researchers is rapidly spreading
. So far, those poisoned by the spill include porn-seekers, suicidals, murderers, other AOL users, the spillers, MySpace and Google. Beneficiaries include blog spammers, pay-per-click crooks, trial lawyers and competitors of every stripe.
[I highly suggest you get any remaining family members off of AOL now. I mean now! - dcparris]
Review: Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 is a strong contender to Windows on corporate clients, with a well-thought-out desktop environment and some innovative features.
The history of information technology has always had a bias towards Western languages, and particularly towards English, making it less accessible to those living in other parts of the globe. But there are those that are working to level the playing field.
Starting in 1843, a steady progression of emigrants began travelling the Oregon Trail. Thousands came west. Some said it was Manifest Destiny and the will of God that America should expand from sea to sea. Others saw it as opportunity. The 2000 miles trail was not without its trials – confused mapmakers and wheelbarrows that put human endurance to test. The domination of Linux in the server market (73% of Web Servers run Linux, at last count), and its en route saga, in many ways draw a striking semblance to the Oregon Trail. And much like the Oregon Trail, its path has been ridden with perils (read Security) that were partly shielded by Mormon handcarts and caravans. O'Reilly deserves credit for capturing on the cover, a typical family caravan on the Oregon Trail. So, does the book end up teaching you how to put together a typical caravan or a hack-free Mormon handcart? Read the rest of this review to find out.
Today we received confirmation that we have been successful in obtaining a booth at LinuxWorld Conference and Expo.
I hadn't considered a book on CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) that didn't also include information about HTML and XHTML. That is my naivete talking since I look at CSS as providing the ability to impose an overarching format onto HTML pages.
While we won't see native port of the excellent ZFS filesystem for Linux in the foreseeable future (because Sun's CDDL is incompatible with GPL), this is the next best thing: ZFS on FUSE/Linux.
Want to protect your SOHO machine or LAN from rootkits and malware, but want something a little more real-time than simply running Chkrootkit or another rootkit detector after the fact? Consider OSSEC-HIDS, an open source host intrusion detection system.
How - and when - to use objects in PHP to save you time down the line. A quick guide to POOP.
Linux is the fastest-growing embedded operating environment in the world today. It's quickly becoming the single largest operating system platform for embedded computing. As a result, many technology managers must come to grips with the complexity and the dynamics of Open Source software in general and Linux evolution in particular.
The Amarok project has announced an artwork contest for their upcoming live CD, Amarok Live, for fancy new version 1.4.
An authenticated user can crash MySQL through invalid parameters to the date_format function.
Root cause analysisResearchers have demonstrated how to bypass security protections in order to inject potentially hostile code into the kernel of prototype versions of Windows.
[For Admins running a heterogeneous environment. Note: the researcher suggests this does not mean Vista is inherently. Maybe she should have just stuck with saying it's more secure than previous versions. That's been the sound byte for years. - dcparris]
Welcome to our issue number 58 of Fedora Weekly News. Fedora Weekly News Issue 58
In this issue, we have following articles: 1 fedoraproject.org wiki down 2 Updated Fedora Core 6 Schedule 3 Red Hat Survey for Fedora Community 4 No country orders for OLPC laptops 5 What Is Fedora's Prime Directive? 6 Fedora wants to draw in women 7 Fedora Weekly Reports 2006-07-31 8 Fedora Core 4 and 5 Updates 9 Contributing to Fedora Weekly News 10 Editor's Blog
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