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Full Open Source Compliance and Database Independence are now one step closer for Open Source ERP project Adempiere (www.adempiere.org) with its first version released today, as scheduled. The Adempiere Bazaar as the project community call themselves also boasts of being independent of any commercial entity and thus does not lock in any business partner that uses this application. It provides a full stack of tutorials and documentations in its Wiki.
Last week the Sabayon Linux project released ISO images of its miniEdition 3.1 live CD Linux distro. Sabayon has earned a reputation for running right on the cutting edge; it is the first distro to deploy a live CD using the Beryl compositing engine and Nvidia's newest beta video drivers. The only reason I tested the miniEdition instead of the full DVD ISO is that the DVD torrent estimated three days to complete the download. Seeing how much there is the miniEdition, perhaps I should be glad.
Wish-list goes live The final version of Firefox 2 isn't available for download yet, but developers at Mozilla are already asking the community for suggestions on features they'd like to see included in the next version of the browser, Firefox 3.0.â€¦
BROOMFIELD, Colo., Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- OpenLogic, Inc., a leading provider of software, stacks, and support that enable enterprises to easily deploy and manage customized open source environments, today announced that it will now offer customers indemnification coverage for intellectual property infringement on each of the more than 160 open source products included in OpenLogic's Certified Library. Customers using OpenLogic Enterprise will now gain access to indemnification for the broadest set of open source products in the industry.
If you use Linux then you've most probably at least heard of Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux). In this feature story Ryan W. Maple gives a review and his opinion of the latest and greatest book to cover SELinux:SELinux by Example: Using Securit...
The Fedora Infrastructure team is looking for some more volunteers to help better support the day to day activities of the Fedora Project contributors and developers. We are looking for dedicated, capable volunteers to help in all aspects of our Infrastructure.
Breach Security Inc., today announced the release of the ModSecurity version 2.0 open source Web application firewall. ModSecurity version 2.0 provides greater flexibility, enhanced attack detection, and support for XML and Web Services. At the same time, Breach Security is releasing the ModSecurity Console for monitoring multiple sensors and ModSecurity Core Rules that together provide easy-to-deploy baseline Web application security.
Eric S. Raymond, one of the co-founders of the open source movement, has joined the Freespire Leadership Board. A community-driven, Linux-based operating system, Freespire was developed to give users the option of combining free open source software with certain proprietary codecs, drivers and applications.
Mr. Raymond, well-known as both a theorist and an advocate for the open source movement, joins twelve other Freespire Leadership Board members, composed of thinkers, business people, evangelists, and key members of the Linux community. In recent weeks, Mr. Raymond has spoken publicly about the ''necessary compromise'' that open source advocates must be willing to make, by providing for an easy way for open source software to work with key proprietary technologies for which there are not yet adequate open source alternatives.
... we decided to respin the release candidate tree and push the release date out another couple of days... We're planning to release on Thursday Oct 19th.
Not so stable but looks great in a Tux Wall Street continues to drool over the idea of Oracle producing its own line of Linux software for reasons unclear to us.
Customers coax Novell to move SuSe Linux away from ReiserFS and toward ext3, used by rival Red Hat.
From the From One of the Horse's Mouths dept.: There have been quite some comments on the Iceweasel case all over the planets, and I saw several assertions, especially from the Mozilla camp, that I, as the Firefox® co-maintainer, the xulrunner maintainer, and (soon) seamonkey iceape co-maintainer, have to rectify.
Ask a network administrator in any large organisation to compare Linux with network operating systems like Windows NT or Novell, and chances are he'll admit that Linux is an inherently more stable and scalable solution. Chances are he'll also admit that when it comes to securing the system from outside attack, Linux is possibly the most difficult of the three to work with.
Those of us observing GNU/Linux over the past decade have spent so much time talking about how “next year is Linux’s year on the desktop” that it has become more of a humorous cliché than a useful statement. Nevertheless, while every year the Penguin has disappointed us in not quite readying itself to compete against Apple and Microsoft’s systems, at least in the small office and home office market, we can always cling to the eternal hope: next year. Or can we?
A network-attached storage (Nas) drive is more than just a hard disk. The fact that the drive is connected to your entire network – rather than being directly connected to a PC – adds another level of complexity to the situation.
Massachusetts' plan for adoption of open standards has been in place since 2003, according to Tim Vaverchack, manager of shared services for Massachusetts' information technology division. "Our main focus is to bring in as many open source products as we can and also [to promote] an open source mindset."
There are a variety of Intrusion Detection Systems in the market ranging from the enterprise-level managed-network monitoring solution to a simple on-the-host logging system. There is also a distinction between an Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) and an IDS. An IPS goes one better than the IDS and attempts to block an attack in progress whereas the IDS attempts to log the attack and optionally notify a responsible party to employ an incident response plan.
Pentaho Corp continues to hammer out rapid upgrades to key components of its evolving open source business intelligence suite.
Celebrating its 10th birthday this past week the KDE project announced that Mark Shuttleworth was to be its first patron in a new financial support programme for the popular desktop environment.
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