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Detroit high school happy with Linux

  • DesktopLinux.com (Posted by dave on Jun 4, 2005 4:02 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
In 2003, University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy faced a common problem: clunky hardware, a dependence on Windows, budget limitations, and a need to update. At Newsforge.com, author Kevin Quiggle explains how U of D Jesuit found a budget-friendly solution in Linux, and how well Linux has performed.

Cybersource Launches Open Source Charity Fundraiser CD Project

  • I-Newswire.com (press release) (Posted by dave on Jun 4, 2005 3:21 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release
"Open source software is a boon to non-profit and charity organisations worldwide," said Cybersource special projects officer Arik Gershoni. "Non-profit organisations are always strapped for cash, and no platform delivers lower acquisition and ownership costs than Linux and open source, so it's a natural fit. What we're hoping to do is extend that realm of usefulness for charities. We want them to not only save money by using open source - we want them to make money from open source too."

Linux dispute boils over to MySQL, other projects

A looming deadline following a dispute between two prominent open-source developers has forced database vendor MySQL AB to consider changing how it develops its software, and it will also force scores of other open-source projects to consider a similar move within the month.

Community Debates Microsoft's Open-Source Agenda

The software giant's recent approach to open-source executives shows that open source is a power to be reckoned with, experts say.

Book helps users squeeze "gunk" out of their Linux desktops

  • DesktopLinux.com (Posted by dave on Jun 4, 2005 10:17 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Paraglyph Press released the latest book in its "Degunking" series this week, titled Degunking Linux. In this 352-page how-to book, author Roderick W. Smith takes readers through a 12-step process which promises to save "hundreds of hours" of tinkering and tweaking a Linux installation.

Linux Adoption Stalls, Study Says

  • CRN (Posted by dave on Jun 4, 2005 8:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Linux adoption may be "hitting a wall," as use of the open-source operating system fell over a nine-month period, a quarterly survey of companies shows. Linux use in computer servers running business applications was reported in 53 percent of the 500 North American companies surveyed by SG Cowen & Co. for its Core Technology Survey, released this week. In addition, 7 percent of the respondents planned to adopt Linux, which was the "most modest" level the New York investment banker had seen in its survey.

Lobby4Linux.com is Open for 'Bid'ness'. Austin Texas group takes a shot at spreading the Linux Desktop.

Despite reoccurring phpbb problems and a slow start, Lobby4Linux is determined to do what it can to make the Linux Desktop a viable alternative to Windows.

Tiny Aircraft Use Linux, Bluetooth for Computing

  • eWEEK Linux (Posted by dave on Jun 4, 2005 5:55 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
British researchers have built tiny aircraft that use Linux to perform parallel processing operations and can communicate with one another via Bluetooth.

Don't fear the patent

The European Parliament and European Commission are currently at loggerheads about software patents and the definition of "computer-implemented inventions." The open source community is trying desperately to stop any kind of patenting, while large IT corporations such as Microsoft are trying to lobby the parliament into allowing just about any software technique through. In the midst of all this, doomsayers have been predicting the death of Linux and open source software. Open source projects such as MPlayer are now posting huge "The End Is Nigh" notices on their sites. But things aren't as dark as they might seem.

How to make money from Open source

  • Builder AU; By Con Zymaris (Posted by VISITOR on Jun 3, 2005 9:21 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial
Ever pondered how companies make money from free and open source development projects? Could you open source your code and still make a profit?

AOL Opens Up Audio, Video Technology

Faced with extending its core business strategy beyond its walled garden and rapidly falling subscriber numbers, AOL is enlisting the open source community to take over a number of projects.

Red Hat Creates Fedora Foundation

The company says the new foundation will take over control of the open-source Fedora Project, but some developers are skeptical.

Samsung is First Company to Bundle NeroLINUX with DVD/CD Recorders

Linuxlookup.com is reporting on Nero, leaders in digital media technologies, announced that Samsung will be the first to bundle NeroLINUX with a DVD/CD burner, its TS-H552U WriteMaster. The bundle will be available as a retail kit June 2005 and will be available for a period of one month.

The Irrlicht Engine

  • LinuxDevCenter.com (Posted by dave on Jun 3, 2005 5:31 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
One of the most complicated pieces of software in the world is a 3-D engine, right? Not according to Nikolaus Gebhardt. He's almost single-handedly created his own open source-capable 3-D engine, Irrlicht. Howard Wen talks with him about the design, implementation, and goals of the project.

tuXlab to install 100th school Linux-lab, plans for next 100

  • Tectonic (Posted by dave on Jun 3, 2005 3:12 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Volunteers in the Western Cape will this weekend install the 100th Linux-based school laboratory since the Shuttleworth Foundation-backed tuXlab programme started. The programme has also finalised plans to roll out another 100 laboratories in the coming year and install ten new laboratories on the Youth Day public holiday next week.

Beginner's Introduction to the KDE Desktop

  • ReallyLinux.com; By Andrea W. Cordingly (Posted by VISITOR on Jun 3, 2005 3:07 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: KDE
This introductory article provides an overview of the KDE interface and tips on basic configuration with those still hesitant to try Linux. I've noticed that more and more new users of KDE are non-techies who need a quick introduction to this extensive and powerful desktop.

HP Considers Bringing Linux to NonStop Servers

  • eWEEK Linux (Posted by dave on Jun 3, 2005 2:28 PM EDT)
  • Groups: HP; Story Type: News Story
HP is talking with its partners about bringing Linux to its NonStop, the former Tandem computer, line.

A simple tcl/tk Menu Using wish

A small example of using tcl/tk and wish to make a small X11 GUI to launch applications.

Red Hat Summit Day 3: Fedora is free

NEW ORLEANS -- The third and final day of the inaugural Red Hat Summit opened with a bombshell in the keynote address delivered by Red Hat Deputy General Counsel Mark Webbink: Red Hat is freeing the Fedora project to allow it to become a fully independent entity. Red Hat will continue to support Fedora financially, but the project will be governed by an independent board of directors.

IBM Sees an On-Demand World

IBM's Wladawsky-Berger tells the Red Hat Summit crowd that convergence and advances in technology are driving innovation.

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