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Puppy Power

  • Packt Publishing; By Mayank Sharma (Posted by linuxlala on May 31, 2006 5:39 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Interview; Groups: Linux
An interesting interview with the developer of the minimalistic yet mighty Puppy Linux. The focus is on the features that make Puppy great.

Linux clustering so simple, a Ph.D. in chemical engineering could do it

  • Network World; By Phil Hochmuth (Posted by grouch on May 31, 2006 3:56 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux
How many MIT scientists does it take to build a Linux cluster? Just one, at least in the school's Department of Chemical Engineering.

Report from FreedomHEC

SEATTLE -- Every year, Microsoft holds a Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC). This year, WinHEC was immediately followed by a small, informal two-day "unconference" dubbed FreedomHEC. Though not as large as WinHEC, FreedomHEC was a great chance for developers to get up close and personal with Linux kernel developers.

The GP2x PDA: A PDA focused on games and GNU/Linux

  • Free Software Magazine; By Steven Goodwin (Posted by fsmdave on May 31, 2006 2:02 PM EDT)
Games under GNU/Linux have usually been a lacklustre affair. For every Tux Racer, there are a hundred sub-standard Pac-man clones you’d be embarrassed to advocate. For every commercial version of Quake, there’s a hundred other worthy games the publisher elected not to port to GNU/Linux. Without good games, there’s no market, and without the market, no effort is spared. And so the cycle continues. This article looks at two of the areas in which GNU/Linux games have succeeded, and a new device that combines them both, which could help expose GNU/Linux to the populous.

Tonight on The Linux Link Tech Show

Tonight on The Linux Link Tech Show, episode 142:
We talk to Mark Shuttleworth, founder of the Ubuntu project
Our experiences upgrading to Dapper Drake
Does Linux need a standard package management system?
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:
http://www.binrev.com:8000/main
http://media.sysop.ca:8000/techshow
http://wdsmn.com:8000/techshow

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

Online auction of autographed book begins tomorrow

Here's your chance to own a copy of John Lion's book, "Lions' Commentary on Unix", autographed by Thompson, Ritchie, McKusick, Allman, Salus and Torvalds.

Bandit to attack open source identity management

Novell plans another ambush

A number of news sites have reported that Novell will soon be announcing its latest foray into open source identity management: the Bandit project (a somewhat surprising choice of name given the focus on security, privacy and so forth).

OpenSUSE 10.1 Is Versatile, but Uneven

Review: Novell's OpenSUSE 10.1 operating system wears many hats well, but management tools can use some smoothing.

Overall, eWEEK Labs appreciated the ambitious scope of OpenSUSE 10.1's configuration tools, but we also ran into some areas in which Yast's reach frustratingly exceeded its grasp.

How To Set Up A Web-, Mail-, And Database Server With SuSE 10.1

  • HowtoForge; By Falko Timme (Posted by falko on May 31, 2006 9:35 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: SUSE
This is a detailed description about how to set up a SuSE 10.1 based server that offers all services needed by ISPs and hosters (Apache web server, Postfix mail server (with SMTP-AUTH and TLS!), DNS server, FTP server, MySQL server, POP3/IMAP, Quota, Firewall, etc.).

Low cost computing for emerging communities

  • Free Software Magazine; By David Sugar (Posted by fsmdave on May 31, 2006 8:58 AM EDT)
While many people have been working on the technical challenges of providing low cost computing to emerging communities, a couple of months back I had proposed a different and related challenge to my immediate friends and free software professionals from several organizations.

Think tanks like Heartland and their ties with Microsoft: What everybody should know

LXer Feature: 27-May-06

Recently, Mr. Steven Titch wrote an article about Open Document which contained Microsoft-style disinformation. At that moment, some of our readers suggested Heartland or Mr. Titch might have been funded by Microsoft. While I couldn't find any direct ties, there are lot of indirect ties between the Heartland Institute and Microsoft, and at a certain point in my research, even the name of Mr. Abramoff showed up. A summary of the things I found.

Fujitsu Launches PRIMEQUEST™ 420 Midrange Server For Linux...

  • IT Backbones (press release); By UTalking2Me.com (Posted by hkwint on May 31, 2006 6:44 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release; Groups: Intel, Linux
Leading regional IT and communications solutions provider Fujitsu India Ltd today unveiled the PRIMEQUEST™ 420 midrange server for Intel® Itanium® 2-based systems running Linux or Windows Server 2003 platforms.

Blip.tv to become an open YouTube alternative

If you think YouTube is a great idea but its proprietary Flash implementation sucks, and if you think that the "alternatives" using Windows Media or Quicktime always leave out one platform - your favourite platform - just hear what the Blip.TV guys have in store.

OASIS ODF Accessibility Subcommittee Offers Recommendations

Begun at the start of this year, the OASIS ODF Accessibility Subcommittee has just completed its first assigned task: an accessibility evaluation of the ~700 page ODF 1.0 specification. Producing this evaluation was the formal statement of purpose of this subcommittee...

Majordomo Mailing Lists Configuration

  • debianhelp.co.uk; By debianhelp.co.uk (Posted by gg234 on May 31, 2006 2:04 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Debian
Majordomo Mailing Lists Configuration

PC-BSD 1.1 Screenshot Tour

  • OSDir (Posted by linuxbeta on May 31, 2006 1:06 AM EDT)
  • Groups:
DistroWatch reports - An updated version of PC-BSD, now based on FreeBSD 6.1, has been released: PC-BSD 1.1 was released today, along with a PBI update file for users running 1.0, who wish to update to 1.1. This release brings the core operating system up to the latest version of FreeBSD 6.1, adds better driver support to the kernel, and improves the speed on many systems. OSDir has some fresh screenies of PC-BSD in the PC-BSD 1.1 Screenshot Tour.

My hardware toolbag

You don't need to be a super-geek to start diagnosing hardware problems. Diagnostics is an art. Specifically, it's the art of determining the source of a problem and troubleshooting a solution. No matter how good you are at diagnostics, the right tools in your hardware bag can make you better.

Bringing Open Source to Filmmaking, an Elephant's Dream

Elephant's Dream, an 11 minute animation which premiered on the Internet earlier this month, describes itself as an 'open movie'.

Congoo(tm) NetPass Now Available For Mozilla Firefox(R)

  • Yahoo! News (press release); By Press release (Posted by dcparris on May 30, 2006 10:15 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release; Groups: Mozilla
BRANCHBURG, N.J., May 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Congoo(TM), the Web's first free premium information network, today announced that its NetPass downloadable toolbar is now available in beta version for users of the Mozilla Firefox® web browser. The development enables millions of Firefox users to locate huge amounts of otherwise unavailable, subscription-only Web content -- and to access that content free of charge.

UK Judge Explains Why He Sentenced A Software Patent To Death

So far, a programming lawyer seeking a patent for what appears to be a database-driven software application has been denied three times by UK patent officials and judiciary. The third rebuff instructively dissects both traditional and evolving UK Patent Law concerning software patents, before dismissing the supplicant's appeal.

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