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Linux Support As Standard From AVerMedia

AVerMedia technologies has today announced that it has developed drivers for its Hybrid TV Tuner product range to support the following distributions of Linux; Fedora core3, Fedora core4, Mandriva and SUSE.

Review: New Mono-Based Applications for GNOME in Fedora Core 5--Part 2

In the first part of this series from Dee-Ann LeBlanc, the issue of Mono was introduced along with one of the Mono applications for GNOME adopted for Fedora Core 5. Another of these is F-Spot, a photo management and editing program that offers a nice change for those who are overwhelmed by The GIMP.

Analysis: Should You Consider Open-Source Content Management?

  • Intelligent Enterprise; By Alan Pelz-Sharpe (Posted by dcparris on May 9, 2006 4:54 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Community
I have never been a big fan of open-source software. As a born cynic, I never quite bought into the altruistic model of development. I do, however, buy into open-source pricing models and have little doubt that in five years' time it will be the standard means of purchasing software. In short, you get the software for free but then pay an ongoing maintenance fee that includes upgrades to new versions.

Promising union

Red Hat’s purchase of JBoss could spawn an all-encompassing open source development platform.

Creating a Dual-Boot Windows XP and Ubuntu Laptop

tile imageRunning a Windows-only laptop is hardly ideal for people who do considerable work in the Linux environment. When Cygwin and ssh aren't enough, consider at least dual-booting into the free software world. Kevin Farnham recently converted his new laptop into a half-Windows, half-Ubuntu GNU/Linux machine. Here's how.

Webinars focus on Linux cross-development

  • Electronics Talk (press release); By Press release (Posted by dcparris on May 9, 2006 2:02 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release; Groups: Linux
TimeSys has announced an additional set of new technical webinars focused on cross-development.

Google "Summer of Code" includes embedded Linux projects

Applications are due today for Google's "Summer of Code" 2006, a program in which selected student developers will earn stipends and receive mentoring in exchange for contributing to open source software projects. Mentors are available from 102 projects, including several related to embedded Linux.

Ubuntu 6.06 Flight 7 Screenshot Tour

DistroWatch reports - Tollef Fog Heen has announced that the seventh alpha ("Flight") releases of Ubuntu, Kubuntu and Xubuntu 6.06 "Dapper Drake" are now ready for testing: "Flight 7, the latest alpha of Dapper Drake, is now available. Notable changes include: crashes in the Live CD installer have been fixed; file systems are now mounted in the right order, which fixes GRUB installation with a separate /boot partition; leading and trailing spaces in passwords now work properly." OSDir has some nice shots of Ubuntu 6.06 Flight 7 in the Ubuntu 6.06 Flight 7 Screenshot Tour.

Giving desktop Linux a try

  •; By Doug Roberts (Posted by dcparris on May 8, 2006 11:11 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Linux
In this interesting guest column, Doug Roberts, a desktop Linux user for about two years, shares his perspective on switching from Windows to Linux, and what to think about when you decide to take the plunge. After an initial, unsuccessful attempt to install Xandros, Roberts tried a Knoppix live CD and soon installed Knoppix on his PC's hard drive, which has since morphed into "an almost pure Debian system." His Linux distro experience didn't stop there, however -- he's also dabbled with Mepis, Ubuntu, Kanotix, Puppy Linux, and others, and has seen (and is impressed by) SUSE.

Linux+ (XK0-002): New and improved uCertify Exam Simulation ...

uCertify announces the release of its upgraded Exam Simulation PrepKit for CompTIA's Linux+ certification exam (XK0-002)

Swsoft Releases Plesk Expand 2.0

Allows to centrally manage database servers with latest versions of Plesk control panel for Linux, UNIX or Windows.

Torvalds comments on kernel "overhaul"

News reports out of LinuxTag late last week have Andrew Morton, the second highest ranking Linux kernel developer, calling for a bug-fixing cycle to cut down on the growing number of bugs found in the latest kernel release. NewsForge contacted the number one man on the Linux project, Linus Torvalds, who acknowledged it might be the right time for a "bug cycle.

Ranch Networks promises reliability for open-source VoIP

  •; By Phil Hochmuth (Posted by dcparris on May 8, 2006 7:22 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux
Ranch Networks, a maker of network management appliances, says its latest box can balance loads and provide failover for the open-source Asterisk IP PBX platform.

Open Source movie ready!

  • ...; By Leonardo Della Pietra (Posted by Leo on May 8, 2006 6:25 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Community
Elephants Dream, the open source short animation movie is ready!

[Could this be the world's first libre movie since Queen Ann's statute? I gotta order this! - dcparris]

Title: Debian update for cgiirc

Debian has issued an update for cgiirc. This fixes a vulnerability, which can be exploited by malicious users to cause a DoS (Denial of Service) and potentially compromise a vulnerable system.

3dconnexion Supports Unix/Linux for SpacePilot

LOS GATOS, California, May 8, 2006 - 3Dconnexion has announced Unix and Linux support for SpacePilot. The new USB driver supports HP-UX 11.0 or higher, IBM AIX 5.2 or higher, Solaris 9/04 or higher (SPARC-based systems), as well as Red Hat EL WS 3 and SuSE 9.2 and applications including CATIA versions 4 and 5, UGS NX versions 2, 3 and 4, I-DEAS and Pro/E Wildfire and Maya.

OpenLogic Launches Consolidated Enterprise Support Offering that Pays Qualified Community Experts to Support Open Source Software

OpenLogic’s Unique “Expert Community” Program Taps Open Source Community to Provide Enterprise Support

Linspire's proprietary mix

Can you have open-source goodness and proprietary software in one Linux distribution? Linspire says yes, but Cyber Cynic Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols and others are not so sure.

Review: How To Break Web Software

  • - Feature Stories; By Eric Lubow (Posted by dcparris on May 8, 2006 3:12 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups:
With a tool so widely used by so many different types of people like the World Wide Web, it is necessary for everyone to understand as many aspects as possible about its functionality. From web designers to web developers to web users, this is a must read. Security is a job for everyone andHow To Break Web Software by Mike Andrews and James A. Whittaker is written for everyone to understand.

ORNL Chooses Moab on Cray XT3 Cluster, #10 Fastest in World

Provo, UT – Cluster Resources, Inc. today announced that Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) employed Moab Cluster Suite to manage its Cray XT3 Jaguar cluster, number ten in the list, providing greater control and functionality.

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