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Going Wireless in SUSE Linux 10.0

Quite a interest been expressed about working wirelessly on Linux. People want to be mobile. They like using their laptops on the couch while watching the latest CSI episode.

A New French Revolution?

If you follow technology news or music news (or both), you doubtless know of an amendment to a French on-line copyright bill that would make it legal to thwart the digital rights protection (DRM) software of the fabulously successful Apple iTunes/iPod system.

Build a Secure Wireless Portal with Linux

  • EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet; By Carla Schroder (Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Mar 21, 2006 7:42 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Ever since wireless Ethernet was born, a sizable number of folks decided that it should be freely available to the masses at no cost. So we have official community wireless projects, coffee shops, hotels, and other businesses supplying free wireless Internet, and a lot of purposefully-unsecured private wireless networks.

Novell details SUSE Linux Enterprise 10

The Waltham, Massachusetts-based company outlined SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 at its BrainShare event in Salt Lake City, where it also promised to support NetWare "indefinitely" and previewed the next two releases in its Open Enterprise Server Roadmap, amongst other things.

FBI, you've got mail -- NOT!

  •; By NEW YORK (AP) (Posted by smartlp on Mar 21, 2006 6:31 AM EDT)
NEW YORK (AP) -- Budget constraints are forcing some FBI agents to operate without e-mail accounts.

Sony Online kicks out Oracle for open source

Sony Online Entertainment is to replace some Oracle databases with software from EnterpriseDB in a vote of confidence for the open-source company.

Free software in developing countries vital to future prosperity and good governance

  • eGov monitor, UK; By United Nations University (Posted by grouch on Mar 21, 2006 4:15 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Community, GNU
The growth of free, open-source software presents developing countries with an opportunity to escape from technological dependence, United Nations University experts say. They say Linux represent a phenomenon changing in the information technologies world.

Update Makes Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 More Scalable

Early on, the scalability of the Linux operating system--or more precisely, the lack thereof--was a hindrance to the adoption of Linux as a strategic platform for enterprise-class applications that needed more than one or two processors. But over the years, the scalability of Linux has been stretched such that it can span much of the very scalable hardware to which it has been ported. But, there's always room for more, and that is why Red Hat last week put out an update to its Enterprise Linux 4 to extend SMP scalability even further.

Tutorial demystifies the GIMP Animation Package

  • (Posted by tadelste on Mar 21, 2006 2:40 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
A new tutorial that explains how to make GIF animations for the Web using the GIMP graphics application has been published on the GIMP wiki. The tutorial discusses how GIF animations are treated by GIMP, and then details how the GIMP Animation Package takes animation to the next level.

Commentary: Gates wants poor to spend $600+, not $100 or $200, for computers

I don't make these things up. I just read the news, in this case a Reuters article about Bill Gates expressing disdain for $100 stripped-down, crank-powered laptops running Linux while pushing a Microsoft-sponsored "ultra-mobile computer" expected to cost between $599 and $999. While I -- like many others -- have doubts that putting $100 ultra-basic laptops in poor children's hands will solve the world's problems, I resent Gates's attitude. I'd like one of the "$100 machines" myself, even if it costs me $200 or $300.

Australian States Can't Ignore Linux

  • CIO Government; By Sue Bushell, CIO (Posted by grouch on Mar 21, 2006 1:06 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: GNU
As governments around the world increasingly turn on to open source software, the West Australian government has no choice but to play a leadership role if it doesn't want to be left behind.

FAA grants RSC status to Linux-friendly RTOS

  • (Posted by tadelste on Mar 21, 2006 12:18 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
A proprietary RTOS capable of running Linux binaries has been certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as a re-usable software component (RSC). LynuxWorks says LynxOS-178's RSC acceptance will enable greater software reuse among integrators and developers of safety-critical aerospace and defense components.

"The Internet industry no longer exists": Negroponte

Nicholas Negroponte has become a household word in China today even though it is quite difficult for Chinese to remember and pronounce his name. This is not only because of his famous investment on but also because of his controversial best seller Being Digital and his unconventional and legendary life.

An open source virtual office for realtors

Professional Mortgage Partners in Downers Grove, Illinois, runs a technology consulting side business helping realtors set up office portals and inexpensively access the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) database through the use of open source software.

Q Re Gnopernicus Screen Reader - Members Only

My question in a nut shell then is this: if those guys can do a podcast of Groklaw automatically, why can't the same mechanism be used to podcast anything in text a blind person wanted read, preferably in Ogg? Of course, a person on his own computer doesn't need a podcast, only the file.

[Got an account on Groklaw? Know something about screen readers? Accessibility is an urgent need.]

Linux: 2.6.16 Kernel Released

Linus Torvalds announced the release of the 2.6.16 Linux kernel. He noted, "not a lot of changes since -rc6, but there's various random one-liners here and there (a number of Coverity bugs found, for example), and there are small MIPS and PowerPC updates." You can download the latest kernel from your nearest Linux Kernel Archivemirror [story], and browse through all the changes using the 2.6 kernel'sgitweb interface.

LaGER: GNU/Linux and Games/Entertainment Radio Episode 001 Released

The Linux Link is proud to present the first episode of a new podcast: LaGER (GNU/Linux and Games/Entertainment Radio). LaGER aims to explore the fun side of GNU/Linux focusing on FOSS and commercial game offerings along with other software that helps make GNU/Linux entertaining.

Vcs Poured $190 Million Into Open Source, IBM Says

Open source applications have been pushing their way into the enterprise for years. A few retail chains, such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc. sells computers with pre-installed GNU/Linux applications.

Wallace v. FSF - Wallace Loses, Must Pay Costs

" I thought you'd be interested in knowing that the Wallace v. FSF case has been dismissed, with Mr. Wallace ordered to pay the Free Software Foundation's costs. Mr. Wallace's application to file a fourth Amended Complaint was denied and the Free Software Foundation's Motion to Dismiss was granted."

Ubuntu community at work

Easy to use laptop networking looking likely in next Ubuntu release

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