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Tutorial: WiFi PDA Meets Linux--Part 4

  • LinuxPlanet (Posted by dave on Jul 21, 2005 10:29 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
An avalanche of content will soon appear in the palm of your hand. Tiny screens are showing up everywhere in PDAs and cell phones. Many are equipped with some form of network device and a browser, so it's not hard to see what's coming down the pike. Rob Reilly shows how LAMP can be configured to deliver the best content for handheld browsers.

Ottawa Linux Symposium, 2005: first day

  • Onlamp (Posted by dave on Jul 21, 2005 9:46 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
I've finished the first day of the Ottawa Linux Symposium, and already feel I've had enough conference to last a long while. The last time I got to an OLS was four years ago. In the intervening time they've grown a great deal, learned a lot, and become even more professional. Some 800 attendees from 37 countries are here.

Official Launch of the Fedora BugZappers Triage Team

  • Mailing list; By Jack Aboutboul (Posted by dave on Jul 21, 2005 9:03 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Fedora
Want to help out with the Fedora Project, but can't code a lick? Well fear not my dear friends. There are many ways you can help the cause and today I am pleased to announce a brand new way you can help contribute. Join the Fedora BugZappers!

Sizing up the Linux desktop market, part 1

  • Search Enterprise Linux (Posted by dave on Jul 21, 2005 8:19 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Interview
Tony Iams understands the Linux desktop market. And to him, it's really a mixed bag. A vice president and senior analyst with Ideas International in Port Chester, N.Y., Iams has spent 13-plus years evaluating and contrasting the features and functionality of the leading operating systems. Despite years of hearing that a Linux on the desktop explosion was just on the horizon, he said the market has yet to take off. But that's just half of the story.

Linux Community Embraces Free Distribution Backed by Professional Development Team

Trustix today highlighted a surge in interest in Trustix Secure Linux since making the distribution freely available. A huge growth in downloads in the six weeks following the introduction of the new build confirms recent reports from independent site monitoring organizations of increased interest in the OS.

Prepre for the XML Certification exam

Interested in taking the Certified Solution Developer Exam for XML and Related Technologies. Part 1 will help you prepare for the exam with explanations, examples, practice questions, and tips that cover the following topics: XML basics, Document Type Definitions (DTDs), W3C XML Schema, Web services, and security.

Microsoft's Talent Defections Indicate the Outlook for MrSofty

When human captial leeks systematically away from a leading tech company, you have to see fundamental trouble.

The future is open source

  • (Posted by dave on Jul 21, 2005 3:40 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Over the last 10 years open source has exploded onto the enterprise scene. With support from governments growing, how will it mature over the next five? Danny Bradbury reports.

Ottawa Linux Symposium, Day 1

OTTAWA -- The seventh annual Ottawa Linux Symposium was kicked off by's energetic Jonathan Corbet giving his interpretation of the Linux kernel road map.

Review: Acer TravelMate 2300 notebook computer

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on Jul 21, 2005 1:30 AM EDT)
  • Groups: GNU; Story Type: News Story
Laptop computers embody a series of compromises. You sacrifice speed and comfort for size; power and technology for price; and durability for weight. GNU/Linux and *BSD users often make another sacrifice: compatibility for portability. Running a free operating system on your computer means that parts of it may not work. Somehow, Acer managed to hit all of these compromises squarely in the center with its TravelMate 2300. For less than $700, you'll have a hard time finding a better Linux laptop computer than this.

Linux trounces Windows Mobile in smartphone shipments

Embedded Linux powered 14 percent of smartphones shipped worldwide in Q1 of 2005, up 412 percent from 3.4 percent in Q1-04, according to Gartner. Windows Mobile Smartphone shipments also grew, rising 50 percent from a 2.9 share in 1Q-04 to 4.5 percent in 1Q-05.

KDE 3.4.1 First Desktop From OpenSolaris Community

KDE 3.4.1 is the first modern desktop environment being compiled, packaged and working fully on the OpenSolaris platform. The work has been mainly done by our friend Stefan Teleman. While KDE is known to compile out of the box on Solaris with GCC, using the Sun ONE Studio 10 Compiler still presents a challenge which requires a lot of patches. A list of georgeous screenshots is probably what makes lots of people think "KDE seems to be ahead of the game already". Read on for an interview with KDE on Solaris lead Stefan Teleman.

OS/2 Fans Want It to Go Open Source

  • SAP INFO (Posted by dave on Jul 20, 2005 4:57 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: IBM
A number of OS/2 fans are urging IBM to release OS/2, or as much of it as is legally possible, as open source software.

African women to celebrate Software Freedom Day

  • Tectonic (Posted by dave on Jul 20, 2005 3:30 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
LinuxChix Africa will host a series of events around the African continent on September 10 in celebration of Software Freedom Day.

Hardware Review: Lini Desktop

  • Linux Journal (Posted by dave on Jul 20, 2005 2:04 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
A look at Open Sense Computing's new Linux desktop workstation offering.

Of Large Cats and Fuzzy Penguins

  • Open for Business (Posted by dave on Jul 20, 2005 1:21 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Last week I promised to demonstrate why I am not a GNOME zealot simply looking to try to give KDE a hard time. In actuality, I don’t use GNOME much at all, these days. Or KDE. I do keep up with them, but my actual desktop home is elsewhere. "Hey, Clippit! Stop staring at me."

Groovy's growth spurt

Groovy took a gigantic leap this past April, with the formal release of a new parser aimed at standardizing the language as part of the JSR process. If you weren't paying attention before, now's the time to start. The new syntax is chock full of enhancements to the language designed for a short learning curve and a big payoff.

A trio of open source niche browsers

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on Jul 20, 2005 11:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Tired of debating which Internet browser is superior? Then you may want to try out a trio of niche browsers that are simply interesting: Ghostzilla, BrowseX, and Amaya. Each takes a different approach to the Web experience to serve different kinds of users: Ghostzilla offers a stealthy browser for paranoid surfers, BrowseX provides a minimalist browser, and Amaya serves as both an authoring tool and a browser to showcase new Web technologies.

NW survey: Linux still at data center doorstep, but open source is hot

  • Network World (Posted by dave on Jul 20, 2005 11:12 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
While Linux and server vendors continue to push the open source operating system into data centers, a recent survey of Network World readers showed that Linux adoption for critical applications is slow.

Microsoft's eye on open source

Software giant's Martin Taylor soldiers on, evangelizing that open source may not be all it's cut out to be.

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