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Avoid traps when porting Java Web apps from Windows to AIX

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Shu Fang Rui (Posted by solrac on Feb 8, 2007 5:23 PM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM; Story Type: News Story
Examine three traps you could fall in when porting Java Web applications from Windows to AIX, and learn how to maneuver around them.

Linuxasia 2007 sees Microsoft among prominent exhibitors

The three-day Open Source event, LinuxAsia 2007 began in the capital amidst many surprises, including a prominent participation by Microsoft, which has traditionally been considered the bete-noire of the open source movement, showcasing interoperability between MS' proprietary platforms and OSS.

Bill Gates ignores Gorbachev's plea for leniency

In an unsurprising move, Microsoft's Bill Gates rejects Mikhail Gorbachev's plea to intervene and assist in the case of a school teacher being sentenced for "piracy"

Sun to release ODF conversion tool

Sun Microsystems announced that the first version of a plug-in for converting MS Office documents to OpenDocument Format (ODF) will be available soon.

High-performance Linux cluster in operation in Chemnitz

On February 7, the CHiC massive parallel Linux cluster with 2,152 processors distributed across 538 server nodes went into operation in Chemnitz . The new Revision F generation of AMD's Opteron CPUs, which support DDR2 RAM and AMD's "Secure Virtual Machine (SVM) virtualization technology, are used. Infiniband is used to connect the nodes, which are equipped with IBM server boards.

Enterprises Get Serious About Open Source

Recent research from open source software and services provider OpenLogic Inc suggests that businesses are taking a more managed approach to their adoption of open source software, with over half using an open source policy.

Free Works in Africa

How a school created a new computer lab without buying computers, software, or books

[A fantastic example of the power of Open Source. - Scott]

Good old-fashioned shooting with Kobo Deluxe

  • Linux.com; By Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier (Posted by dcparris on Feb 8, 2007 1:21 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Community
If you still dig the old-style arcade games, you owe it to yourself to check out Kobo Deluxe, an improved version of XKobo with sound and better graphics. I ran across Kobo Deluxe when I was looking for a game similar to Namco's arcade classic Bosconian. Your mission? Blow up the fortresses and move on to the next level, to ... blow up more fortresses. OK, so it's not exactly Shakespearean story development, but what do you want from a retro arcade-style game anyway? Right -- fast-paced action and an ever-increasing high score, which Kobo Deluxe delivers in spades.

Red Hat Rolls New Security Certificate System

Red Hat (Quote) is rolling out a new version of its Red Hat Certificate System (RHCS) that improves smart card usability, management and integration on Linux, Mac and Windows platforms.

Installing Ubuntu/Kubuntu Dapper Drake on a Single/Multi-Boot RAID System

  • HowtoForge; By Gary Niemcewicz (Posted by falko on Feb 8, 2007 12:13 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Ubuntu
This guide describes how to install Ubuntu (Ubuntu+GNOME) or Kubuntu (Ubuntu+KDE) 6.06.1 LTS (Dapper Drake) on a single or a multi-boot RAID system. It is meant as a variation of Ubuntu Wiki FakeRAID HowTo document, but digested and with minimum commentary. Its goal is to allow new Ubuntu users to complete an entire installation within 30 minutes, almost entirely by copy and paste.

Canonical and Linspire Announce Technology Partnership

Canonical Ltd, the lead sponsor of the popular Ubuntu operating system, and Linspire, Inc. the developer of the commercial desktop Linux operating system of the same name, today announced plans for a technology partnership that integrates core competencies from each company into the other's open source Linux offerings.

Richard Stallman on "World Domination 201"

"To "argue" in favor of adding non-free software in GNU/Linux distros is almost superfluous, since that's what nearly all of them have already done. This reflects the general spinelessness of our community."

GPL debate: pragmatism needed

The merry month of March is just a few weeks away and foremost in the minds of those in the free and open source software community is the question of licences.

Multi-processor x86 VME system boasts real-time Linux

Concurrent Computer reports shipping its first VME/VXS system available with Linux. The "iHawk VME" system runs Concurrent's Red Hat-based RedHawk operating system for multi-processor x86 chips, and enables userspace software to respond to external events in under 30 microseconds, the company claims.

The Pillars of KDE 4: Decibel

The KDE development team is working hard on the KDE 4 platform. KDE 4 will include many exciting new technologies which will greatly enhance the functionality of KDE. One of these new technologies is Decibel. We would like to give you an idea of what Decibel is all about.

Utility Computing 2.0 with Linux Server Farm

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Kyler Laird and Cameron Laird (Posted by IdaAshley on Feb 8, 2007 7:46 AM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM, Linux; Story Type: News Story
You've heard of Web 2.0, right? Well, here's "utility computing 2.0," a combination of network booting, SSL, VNC, and other familiar concepts and technologies -- all on Linux -- that can yield dramatic returns on investment. See how the University of California set up a server farm environment to provide secure remote desktop application services for students.

IBM pumps up Linux virtual machines on mainframe OS

Organizations running Linux in virtual machines on the mainframe will soon be able to throw more workloads onto the system thanks to an update to the z/VM operating system that now scales across 32 processor units, compared with the previous version that scaled to 24. The new release, z/VM Version 5.3, is expected to begin shipping on June 29, but IBM detailed updates to the operating system on Tuesday.

Why Having 500+ Distros is a Good Thing

  • Yet Another Linux Blog; By devnet (Posted by devnet on Feb 8, 2007 6:11 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Linux

I just browsed back across some old bookmarks I had made on subjects to blog about. I've been playing catch up for the last few days as some of my projects I've been working on are slowing down. During this browsing session, I happened upon a blog entry titled "So Many Distros, So Little Time" which originally jumped across the RSS reader during January of this year. I gave it an honest read and was disgusted with the article quite a bit. Let me go point for point on this:

Sun Readies Its ODF Plug-In

The move comes less than a week after Microsoft and its partners finished work on the Open XML Translator, an add-on to Microsoft Word that is available for download and use at no cost.

Linux hackers tackle WiFi hassles

When it comes to troublesome Linux peripherals, WiFi takes the cake. Sparked by the Portland Project's efforts to bring standardization to the Linux desktop, the Linux wireless developer community tackled this problem at its second Linux Wireless Summit last month in London.

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