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News: Danish Host Releases Automatic Install of Linux Debian

  • TheHostingNews.com (Posted by dave on May 3, 2005 8:13 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Debian
Danish Linux/BSD hosting company EasySpeedy, http://easyspeedy.com, specialised in dedicated hosting with co-location benefits, has released yet another Linux distribution, Debian, for customers to install remotely. By adding Debian, EasySpeedy is currently covering 7 Linux/BSD distributions in 13 versions. The company is aiming at offering 25 distributions by end 2005.

Get rid of pesky backgrounds with the GIMP

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on May 3, 2005 7:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Putting your CEO's mug in an OpenOffice.org Impress slide show is pretty easy -- just call up marketing and get them to email you the appropriate graphics file. But what if you're the one charged with creating that portrait for the marketing department? This article will guide you through the process of eliminating a background from a graphics file, leaving just the object you want. You don't have to be professional photographer or graphics artist to learn this. All you need is a digital camera and the GIMP.

Keep Your Eye on Ubuntu Linux

eWEEK Labs tests Ubuntu Linux 5.04 and reports that the buzz surrounding this distribution is well-warranted.

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! Linux Users Speak Out

  • http://linuxblog.sytes.net/; By Devnet (Posted by helios on May 3, 2005 6:51 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Community
There are more than one operating system on the market, and it is high time that companies...large companies...start to understand this.

China’s biggest bank makes switch to Linux

China’s biggest bank plans to deploy Linux on servers across its network of 20,000 national branches in a project that may be the biggest Linux deployment yet seen in China, according to an executive involved with the deal.

SuSE Pro 9.3: Good Open-Source Venue

  • eWEEK Linux (Posted by dave on May 3, 2005 5:33 AM EDT)
  • Groups: SUSE; Story Type: News Story
Review: SuSE Linux Pro 9.3 works well for general use, but it's an even better technology testing ground.

Review: VMware 5.0

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on May 3, 2005 1:30 AM EDT)
  • Groups: GNU; Story Type: News Story
With last month's release of VMware Workstation 5, the virtual machine software is better than ever. VMware Workstation now has 64-bit host support, the ability to capture multiple snapshots for each virtual machine, easier sharing of virtual machines, and the ability to connect multiple virtual machines in a "team" setting. Perhaps most importantly, GNU/Linux support is improved in version 5.

iLabs Open Source Software teams tackles cross-authentication

  • Network World on Linux (Posted by dave on May 2, 2005 5:27 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Tips and tricks on getting Linux and Windows machines from different networks to talk securely

Commercial network analysis with open-source means

One of the strengths of the gratis network analysis program Ethereal is the vast number of protocols it can decode and analyze. The "dissectors" named analysis modules contain large amounts of knowledge the developers have accumulated about the respective network protocols.

Open Source - The Brave New World?

  • DMReview.com (Posted by dave on May 2, 2005 3:17 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
During my consultations with end-user companies around the world, one of the most common topics of conversations today is that of open source. Everyone wants to know whether open source software is "ready," if it really provides a cheap alternative to endlessly paying software vendors, and what the drawbacks are. This article looks at these issues and others surrounding the controversial area of open source software.

The Linux Printer Driver Online Petition

  • http://linuxblog.sytes.net; By devnet (Posted by devnet on May 2, 2005 2:34 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: ; Groups: Community
I've had it! I've been locked in for the last time. No longer will I sit idle and allow choices to be made FOR me. I make the choices around here. When I'm in the market for a printer, I don't want to have to think about which one to get. I want to be able to just go out, browse, pick one, and bring it home. Everything should just work right out of the box right? Wrong! You have to check the Linuxprinting.org Printer Database just to list out printers that you're allowed to buy...that is, if you want them to work with Linux. I say this is a crock. I say it is a sham. There are more than one operating system on the market, and it is high time that companies...large companies...start to understand this.

Turbolinux 10 Desktop Screenshot Tour

Turbolinux 10 Desktop (10D) is the desktop operating system of choice. Included in the product are many enhancements and tools designed to make the migration from Windows to Linux easy and comfortable. Working in a Windows environment? Functionality to co-exist in Windows networks is also built into the core of the product. In short, this is the most robust and feature enhanced desktop operating system environment ever available from Turbolinux.

Turbolinux shipped us at OSDir some CDs from Tokyo to capture their super-slick Turbolinux 10 Desktop. Enjoy.

The real Window for Linux

  • Inquirer (Posted by dave on May 2, 2005 12:25 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
There's an opening for Linux to grab a much larger market share on the consumer desktop side over the next twelve to eighteen months, but penguin advocates need to pull their act together and hope a couple of software companies – or one big hardware company – decides to throw their weight into giving Microsoft heartburn.

First Look at Mandriva Linux LE 2005

  • Mad Penguin; By Adam Doxtater (Posted by VISITOR on May 2, 2005 11:42 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups: Mandriva
If there is indeed a desktop Linux market, Mandrake Linux was one of the founding fathers, and up until their recent purchase of Conectiva Linux (and subsequent name change to Mandriva), they've reigned right along side other big-name contenders such as Novell/SUSE, Red Hat, Linspire, and Xandros... and you know what? They've done damn well, even surviving near extinction at one point when they filed "declaration de cessation des paiements" which is the French equivalent of Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the USA. How does the future of their desktop look? Stick around. We're about to find out...

Linuxfest Northwest 2005 in review

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on May 2, 2005 11:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
If giving away T-shirts is an accurate way to estimate attendees, then at least 750 people made the trip to Linuxfest Northwest in Bellingham, Wash., last weekend. Linuxfest Northwest 2005 continued the conference's strong focus on highly technical presentations -- this is not a vendor-centric event.

Linux Platform on Tap for Cell Phones

MontaVista Software will soon start shipping a Linux operating system designed for mobile phones that MontaVista said will increase flexibility and cut costs for handset manufacturers.

gzpLinux 20050501-stable released

  • http://systhread.net/; By Gabor Z. Papp (Posted by jayrfink on May 2, 2005 10:15 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Press Release
gzpLinux ER 20050501 has been released. gzpLinux is a custom Linux kernel based software distribution created by Gabor Z. Papp, a consultant in Budapest, Hungary.

Companies need Open Source

  • Inquirer (Posted by dave on May 2, 2005 9:32 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Companies need to feature some Open Source software in their IT portfolio, according to the latest word from analyst outfit Gartner. Big G research vice president Dion Wiggins told Computerworld that too many companies have a total ban on open source, or no policy surrounding it.

Canonical Plans a Version-Tracking Tool for Developers

The company behind Ubuntu Linux is set to unveil ambitious plans to improve collaboration among the Linux community.

India must embrace open-source technology model aggressively

  • Financial Express (Posted by dave on May 2, 2005 8:06 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
More than 300 of the super computers in the top 500 list, including the top two supercomputers in the world now run the Linux operating system. For an operating system that is barely 14 years old, this is an astonishing feat. From embedded computing to supercomputers to everything in between, developers and users across the world have embraced open source software because the access to source code gives them a platform for innovation and creativity.

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