You've heard that Debian is hard to install. This is just not true. With the release of Debian-Installer release candidate 1, installation is a snap. LinuxBeta.com walks you through the installation process step by step in this slideshow presentation.
This well tested network backup tool depends on standard tools such as dump, cron and GNU tar. Find out how to set up regular backups for your whole network.
One of the benefits of attending conferences like Blackhat Briefings and Defcon is the networking that occurs in the background. In this case, wireless networking. I met John Hering when he and his posse were in the press room giving a demo of their Bluetooth Sniper Gun ahead of their presentation. That's when I heard John mention the "UnwireIraq" project, which aims to provide American servicemen and women in Afghanistan and Iraq with high-speed Internet access, so that they can stay more closely in touch with friends and families back home. He gave me a brief overview of the project that day. I told him I would like to follow-up with him after the conference. Now that I've done so, here's what I've learned.
Taiwanese goverment organisations, as well as its industrial and academic organisations, have recently started a plan, which will help the island's industries using Linux software to turn out up to an NT$110 billion revenue in three years. The goal includes getting software companies using Linux to generate an NT$10 billion revenue, and the hardware industry to gain an NT$100 billion revenue.
Who said .NET only runs on Windows? In this article we take a look at DotGNU and how you can get .NET applications running on Linux and other flavours of Unix.
It is has been an interesting few weeks in the world of Linux and Open Source. We have had the passionate enthusiasm of the Linux World show in California, complete with all of the marketing jamboree that such an event entails. The show illustrated, once again, just how close to the mainstream open source solutions and Linux are now to be found.
Lindows, Inc. today announced that it has elected to postpone the previously announced initial public offering of its common stock due to current adverse market conditions.
Premier Linux Advocacy Organization Expands Testing Services for Open Source Development Community
San Francisco's Asian Art Museum, which houses the largest collection of Asian art in the Western world,is testing a Web site that will display digital photographs of paintings, sculpture, and other artistic creations worth a total of almost $4 billion. The site runs on SUSE Linux and IBM's iSeries hardware.
Linux software maker Lindows postponed its public offering this week, citing "current adverse market conditions."