One of the challenges of managing a development project is keeping all parties abreast of key events or milestones. It's not just the team members -- marketing personnel need to plan events, business teams need to do forecasting, even the operations people need to know whether to lay in extra caffeinated beverages. Here's how you can use the rawdog RSS aggregator to build a project dashboard that will keep your project's people aware of its status.
OSDL-Registered Carrier Grade RTLinuxPro(C) Features Hard Real-time and Superior Implementation of Carrier Grade 2.0 Specification
Brainshare this year promises a good mix of business and technology speakers. And, of course, a strong focus on Linux.
Responding to Growing Customer Demand, Executive Vice President of PLM Products, Chuck Grindstaff, Unveils UGS' Product Plans for Linux on x64 Technology at the 2005 PLM World Conference
Robby Stephenson's Tellico is billed as a collection manager though I like to think of it as a very versatile personal library system. It's a great tool for keeping track of your many cookbooks as well as Linux books, science fiction books, mysteries, and so on. That in itself would make it an extremely useful tool for keeping track of what books various friends and family have.
Or, can a sheep trust a lion? I don't think so.
Users of Linux-based e-mail servers might want to check out the latest anti-virus and filtering options from Central Command, which announced the latest version of its e-mail security software last week.Â
Mark Taylor believes that OpenLDAP is the catalyst that will finally make open source fully enterprise-ready. And he's willing to stake his business on it.
Taiwanese notebook giant Acer has started selling laptops loaded with the Linux operating system through its distributor and reseller channel.
Developer's kit from chipmaker Atheros Communications to offer users an easily implemented wireless LAN security setup.
In this issue of Linux.Ars we're featuring a review of Knoppix Hacks, written by our very own Linux.Ars contributor Kyle Rankin. We'll also delve into the commercialization of open source projects, managing network interface naming with ifrename, and organizing your library with Alexandria.
The Linux company says it will use Commerce One's important B2B patents to defend its open-source programs.
Features Buffer overflows are a leading type of security vulnerability. This paper explains what a buffer overflow is, how it can be exploited, and what countermeasures can be taken to prevent the use of buffer overflow vulnerabilities.
Brian Tarricone, core developer from the XFCE desktop project and Dave Slusher from The Evil Genius Chronicles podcast will be our guests
The Sun Fire V40z is Sun Microsystems' "entry-level" server, but that classification doesn't fit the performance level and feature set included in this system -- it's far more powerful. I spent two weeks testing this machine in a production environment, trying different operating systems and measuring the performance of database calculations, and I was pretty impressed with its performance.
Bill Cook leaves Sun Microsystems to take a new job as sales chief at the Linux system seller.
If your office thinks legacy but still necessary Win32 applications are holding it back from moving to Linux, your office should think again.
The federal government's recently-launched open-source content management system may not be so "open" after all, a leading IT lawyer and several software developers have claimed.
Hackers still love Windows and other Microsoft gear, but they're increasingly targeting alternative operating systems, particularly Linux and Mac.
LinuxQuestions.org has just posted an interview with Mandriva (ex. Mandrake) Linux Founder Gael Duval. The interview covers the companies recovery from Chapter 11, the recent merger of Mandrakesoft and Conectiva (and the resulting Mandriva name), the Linux Core Consortium and his take on the fact that Munich selected a "non-commercial" distro. He also expands on an earlier comment about Linux on the desktop