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Free Linux Course for Beginners, The community that helps people to run Linux, offers their second free Linux class, An Introduction to Linux Basics. This course is designed to give a foundation of understanding of Linux to a beginner who wants to know a little more about the system. More advanced Linux users will find an opportunity to dig deeper into some areas they always wanted to know more about or discover gaps in their knowledge that they didn't know existed.

Postpath Demonstrates Significant Advances In Email And ...

PostPath, creator of the Linux-based PostPath Email and Collaboration Server, will demonstrate PostPath Server 2.0 at the Gartner Symposium/ITXpo in Orlando. PostPath Server 2.0 is the only Exchange alternative to deliver drop-in enterprise compatibility at the network protocol level with Microsoft Outlook, Active Directory, already installed Exchange Servers, and other email ecosystem applications such as BlackBerry.

Evans Data Corp Finds Greater Enterprise Linux within Large Companies

Evans Data Corp's latest Enterprise Development Issues Survey finds Linux use on the servers of large companies is continuing to rise. Evans surveyed roughly 400 software developers and IT professionals at companies with more than 1,000 employees, and found that 73 percent are running Linux on at least some of their servers. The analysts compare that with 67 precent six months ago, and 65 percent a year ago.

Fedora Weekly News Issue 61

Issue number 61 of the Fedora Weekly News.

Working the “X” in Ajax

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Brett McLaughlin (Posted by IdaAshley on Oct 10, 2006 10:05 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: IBM
Even casual Ajax developers will notice the x in Ajax, and realize that it stands for XML. In this article, you'll see how servers can send XML in response to a request. XML is one of the most popular data formats in any programming medium, and offers real advantages for server responses in asynchronous applications.

Tiny WiFi-enabled Linux box boots in 1.1 seconds

Technologic continues to reduce the boot time, price, and size of its embedded boards and systems targeting remote sensing and other power-critical applications. Its new $100 ARM9-based TS-7400 board can boot Linux in 1.1 seconds, and is available as part of a tiny WiFi-enabled system.

Postgresql vs. SQL Server, Oracle

Why are you paying so much in licensing costs and annual maintenance when you could use PostgreSQL for free, and get community support and upgrades for free as well? This is the question that Neil Matthew and Richard Stones pose to smaller companies regarding their less critical applications.

SimpleXML processing with PHP

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Elliotte Rusty Harold (Posted by solrac on Oct 10, 2006 7:43 PM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM, PHP; Story Type: News Story
The SimpleXML extension, which is bundled with PHP version 5, enables PHP pages to query, search, modify, and republish XML in a PHP-friendly syntax. It's a useful addition to the PHP programmer's toolkit and can be a reliable and robust means of processing XML from within PHP.

Open hardware and the Marvell wireless chip in the OLPC….

  • jg’s ramblings; By Jim Getty (Posted by tuxchick2 on Oct 10, 2006 6:56 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial
Some people inspired by Theo de Raadt have been complaining about our choice of the 88W8388 Marvell wireless chip, claiming that there were other courses of action OLPC could have/should have somehow followed.

Red Hat Government Users Conference - Early registration special ends in 3 days!

At this fast-paced, on e-day technical conference you will gain broad insight and a deeper understanding of open source technology with government concerns and challenges in mind. Come hear from experts on the open source topics your agency values most.

Mergere Upgrades Maestro To Extend Enterprise Adoption Of Open Source...

Provides Server-Based Build Automation For Integrated Testing, Packaging And Reporting Capabilities Throughout Development Process

How you can digitally sign documents

The ability to digitally sign documents is a boon for users who want to make their document exchange and collaboration secure. Using digital signatures in is not that difficult, but configuring it involves several steps that are far from obvious.

Shining a LAMP on Web Development

  •; By Chris Bergeron (Posted by Inhibit on Oct 10, 2006 3:47 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups: PHP
CORE - Web Application Development with PHP and MySQL by Marc Wandshneider discusses the weighty topic of PHP and MySQL integration. While it might look like another over-sized reference book, it fit surprisingly well in the training category.

SpikeSource - an OSS innovation?

Open source software is growing up....DoesSpikeSource represent the next stage in the evolution of open source software as a serious business tool?

The Unrelenting Enterprise Linux Charge

Where Linux stands to gain the most is in clustered, high performance computing and grid environments where Unix has been present and Microsoft has not, says Gartner Research Vice President George Weiss.

Dave will be at ApacheCon this week

LXer is sending me to ApacheCon in Austin, TX this week. I'd love to meet any LXer readers who might also be there.

Wellington group launches international open source film ...

A unique, open source film project aimed at anyone in the world with an internet connection has just been launched by a Wellington-based group.

AI versus AI: N.E.R.O. on Linux

If you've ever been frustrated with the artificial intelligence (AI) in video games, then you are a prime candidate for Neuro-Evolving Robotic Operatives (N.E.R.O.), a cross-platform combat game where the key to winning is training your own intelligent non-player characters. On the field of play, the only rule is "let the best AI win." I tested my skills with the Linux client, and found N.E.R.O. to be a very different sort of game.

Manage Linux Hardware with udev (Part 2)

  • Enterprise Networking Planet; By Carla Schroder (Posted by tuxchick2 on Oct 10, 2006 12:25 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
Today we dive into writing custom udev rules. Why would you want to acquire this strange knowledge? Because, believe it or not, computers are not yet perfect, so sometimes we must fix them. USB scanners are notorious examples of needing human intervention to be usable by non-root users. Managing device permissions is something you're bound to bump into sooner or later – the traditional Unix method of user and group permissions no longer works on udev-managed devices. USB devices are moving targets that take on different names if you don't nail them down. If you want to give them friendly, memorable names, you'll need to know how to configure udev.

Voip-optimized home gateway design runs Linux

Infineon is shipping a Linux-based hardware/software reference design for integrated access devices (IADs). The ADSL2+ Residential Gateway (RG) design is based on an Infineon MIPS32 SoC (system-on-chip) with integrated VoIP (voice-over-IP) co-processor and ADSL2/2+ transceiver. The design also offers 802.11n connectivity and a DECT (digital enhanced cordless telecommunications) base station.

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