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Final Weeks of Realm $50,000 BlackDog(TM) Skills Contest

  • PR Newswire; By Press release (Posted by tadelste on Dec 7, 2005 11:08 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release
Winners to be Announced at Open Source Business Conference

Red Hat Puts Out the Developers' Welcome Sign

  • eWEEK Linux; By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols (Posted by tadelste on Dec 7, 2005 10:50 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Red Hat; Story Type: News Story
Red Hat's forthcoming software development stack packages will offer LAMP support and more via the Red Hat Network

A cure for the 'Slashdot effect'

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on Dec 7, 2005 10:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
A little brain power, some readily available open source tools, and two IT services providers out to prove they can solve the "Slashdot effect": Put them together, and you've got Mirrordot, a site that automatically mirrors any Slashdot-linked pages.

Most common software installation sources for SuSE 10.0

  • Linuxblogger; By larrydag (Posted by larrydag on Dec 7, 2005 9:52 AM EDT)
  • Groups: SUSE
One of the most common questions among new SuSE users is asking where to get new software packages or RPMs. SuSE distributions come already loaded with a large multitude of applications. Yet not even SuSE can hold all the applications available. Linuxblogger compiled a list of the most common YaST source installation repositories for software packages.

Galeon, Epiphany ready for a reunion

Two years after the Galeon browser's source code was forked, resulting in the Epiphany browser, developers of the two GNOME-based browsers announced they are coming back together by writing extensions to bring Galeon features and functionality to Epiphany.

Tonight on The Linux Link Tech Show

Tonight on The Linux Link Tech Show, episode 113:
We talk to Greg Mancusi-Ungaro, director of marketing, linux and open source at Novell
Dan talks about his Arch Linux install experience
Pat buys a $550 laptop (or two) from Walmart
Broadcom drivers reverse engineered
And much, much more

Be sure to check us out live every Wednesday night at 8:30 PM, EDT
Just point your favorite media player to any of the following streams:

You can also check out previous episodes from the download section of our home page

The Morning's Deal for December 5: MySQL AB and Alcatel, SOA and ...

The Morning's Deal for December 5: MySQL AB and Alcatel, SOA and Merrill Lynch, Opsware and Cyphertech, LightPointe and KDN, InterNetwork and Schumacher, GEL and IGEL

Get to Know GnomeMeeting

Video telephony over the Internet is not common place for Joe User yet, but its importance is growing. This article takes a closer look at GnomeMeeting and talks to its main creator and developer, Damien Sandras.

Install a Touchscreen for Linux

  • IBM developerWorks; By Greg Lindley (Posted by VISITOR on Dec 7, 2005 4:04 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
What's the next step in creating an easy-to-use Linux-based product for consumers? A touchscreen facade can make back-end Linux applications very usable in such devices as custom digital media centers, DVRs and PVRs, and even control interfaces for household robots. The potential uses are limited only by the imagination. In this article, get an overview for installing an LCD from a Sony PSOne, creating a modeline, and installing a touchscreen -- all for Linux.

Microsoft found guilty of antitrust violation in South-Korea

  • The Korea Times; By Kim Tae-gyu (Posted by hkwint on Dec 7, 2005 4:02 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Microsoft
Korea’s anti-trust regulator Wednesday (Ed: Dec 7th) imposed a fine of roughly 33 billion won ($31.9 million) on Microsoft for its violation of the nation’s fair trade rule.

Microsoft will be required to offer two versions of Windows within six months - one stripped of thus far incorporated programs (Ed: Messenger and Media Player) and the other that includes most software available here.

[Ed - It's good to see not all governments bend under Microsoft pressure. You may remember MS threatened to withdraw Windows from the Korean market if MS would be found guilty. Please also look at the story "Will Microsoft Pull Out of Korea?" - hkwint]


Ruby Weekly News 28th November - 4th December 2005

  •; By Tim Sutherland (Posted by Tsela on Dec 7, 2005 3:50 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Newsletter
Ruby Weekly News is a summary of the week's activity on the ruby-talk mailing list / the comp.lang.ruby newsgroup, brought to you by Tim Sutherland.

Tiny PPC system runs OpenFirmware, Linux

A vendor of OpenFirmware-compliant PowerPC boards and systems is shipping a tiny CPU module that supports Linux, and targets thin clients, home-theater PCs, industrial robotics and control, VoIP and video phones, and security cameras. The Genesi Efika comes with OpenFirmware-compliant boot firmware, and can run Linux.

[ED: This looks neat, but at $300 each when you buy 50 won't be under my Christmas tree. - ralph]

Fun with Firefox

  • Extreme Tech; By Loyd Case (Posted by ralph on Dec 7, 2005 3:07 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Firefox 1.5 is here. The lightweight browser that's been eating into Internet Explorer's mindshare has gotten even better. We took a look at some of the current extensions supported by Firefox 1.5, some useful, some fun.

[ED: They have found several extensions that I am going to check out. The article is broken into a few too many pages for my taste, though. - ralph]

New Computer This Christmas? Buyer Be Aware.

  •; By helios (Posted by tadelste on Dec 7, 2005 2:53 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Community
With the cost of off-the-shelf computers as low as they are, the Christmas season might seem a perfect time to purchase one for that special person. Not so fast...Let's take a look inside that box and see what we can see.

Microsoft's Submission Terms to Ecma

  •; By Andy Updegrove (Posted by VISITOR on Dec 7, 2005 2:24 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Microsoft; Story Type: News Story
When is a standard a standard, and when is it simply a rubber stamp? We're about to find out when Ecma votes on Microsoft's XML Reference Schema

Sun to Take New T1 Sparc Chip Open Source

  • IT Jungle; By Timothy Prickett Morgan (Posted by ralph on Dec 7, 2005 2:10 AM EDT)
  • Groups: Sun; Story Type: News Story
Sun Microsystems rolled out the "Niagara" T1 eight-core processors and made its case for eco-friendly, cost-effective computing with the new T1000 and T2000 servers that make use of the chip. And in a surprising move, after several hours of positioning the boxes, Sun chairman and CEO, Scott McNealy, announced that Sun would be taking the T1 processor open source. What on earth does that mean?

[ED: There have been several projects working on an open CPU design, but not much has come of them. If this is as good as it sounds, it will be a big step in the long run. - ralph]

Applications shortfall dampens Linux users' enthusiasm for desktop ...

Linux users are frustrated by the lack of functionality of open source desktop products, according to a major survey by the Open Source Development Lab.

[Ed: And if you think that's bad, wait till you hear what Linux users have to say about Windows stuff. - dcparris]

How to run a risk free Linux trial

  • Deccan Herald; By Glyn Moody (Posted by ralph on Dec 7, 2005 1:27 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
If you're not brave enough to switch to Linux, there is an alternative. A live CD will let you try the software without installing a file on your hard disk.

Rhapsody now plays on Linux and Mac machines

  • (Posted by tadelste on Dec 7, 2005 12:58 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
RealNetworks's new Rhapsody Web-based streaming music service went beta on Monday, expanding its formerly Windows-only US music subscription service to include Linux and Macintosh users. Users running any flavor of Linux are now able to log into the service and download the plug-in necessary to stream the music data, spokeswoman Rhonda Scott told

Custom scripting gives users a safe-du

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on Dec 7, 2005 12:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
As a system administrator, there are two ways you can interact with users: force them to follow the rules or encourage them with tools and guidelines. I prefer the second approach, as I think people generally want to do the right thing. Also, if people don't follow the rules at your company, that is a management problem, not a computer problem. Therefore, I prefer to concentrate my attention on helpful tools and scripts, which is exactly what I did recently to solve a typical system administrator problem.

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