Start-up's XenSource Enterprise is designed to put a pretty face on open-source virtualization. "It's going to be generally available next week," Levine said in a speech here at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo. The major goal of the software is to make the Xen open-source virtualization software easy to use, an idea reflected in the company's "10 minutes to Xen" tagline.
PHP development team would like to announce the immediate availability of PHP 5.1.5 and PHP 4.4.4. The two releases address a series of security problems discovered since PHP 5.1.4 and 4.4.3, respectively.
Stu Cohen and John Cherry of OSDL chat with Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier. Then he and his camcorder visit our old friend, CodeWeavers CEO Jeremy White.
For years, the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) has offered the most important basic Linux worker certification, the LPIC. On August 16 at LinuxWorld in San Francisco, the organization launched a new employment and contract matching service for open-source workers who are registered on LPI's internal exam candidate database.
Vendors flocked to LinuxWorld looking to recruit partners with new Linux-focused channel programs and solutions. In a special channel event Wednesday at the San Francisco conference, Hewlett-Packard, Levanta, GroundWork, Storix and Collax were among the companies highlighting new partner programs and products.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The LinuxWorld Conference& Expo continued Wednesday with another day of exhibits and presentations. I spent the day attending talks on GCC and LSB, and talking to some of the interesting folks at the show.
Under the influence and high on open source power, LinuxWorld Software start-up XenSource is starting to demonstrate that it's a grown-up company. For example, XenSource's CEO has now learned about the open source software model that underlies the company's business and has even installed the company's flagship product.
You've heard some rumblings about Mobile WiMAX, but until recently it's all been in the abstract. Learn what's changed to make WiMAX a potentially devastating competitor to the telecom empire as you know it, all in this month's Roaming charges.
IBM’s Lotus division has added support for Linux to its Lotus Sametime collaboration tool. The move enables firms to cut costs by using Linux servers as a collaboration platform, while a native client brings instant messaging support to Linux desktop systems.
Steve Geary (HP) and Cameron McNairy (Intel) will deliver vital insights regarding the Itanium® architecture at the Gelato ICE: Itanium® Conference & Expo to be held on October 1-4, 2006 in Singapore.
To each his own, but I love eye candy. When I heard that you could get the 3D Xgl and Compiz environment running on Ubuntu/Kubuntu dapper (my default distribution), I immediately searched the web for instructions. Most of the instructions take a reasonably timid approach, which gets your 3D environment running in a test console (the second display, or :1). I'm more adventurous, however, and I immediately went for a total replacement. What follows are instructions for doing the same.
The company says baking Xen into SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 could potentially damage enterprises' first experiences with Xen.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Linspire launched Freespire ahead of schedule Tuesday, hoping to eliminate the complexities of Linux with a simple software suite designed to do the tasks users want.
X11R7.1 (also known as X.org 7.1) was released back in May. It contains a number of useful new features, better 3D performance on a number of video adapters, and tons of fixes. It is, in general, the platform that X users probably want to be using. This release is not as widely used as it could be, however, and the associated story illustrates one of the costs of proprietary modules.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 from Novell was named “Best of Show” at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in San Francisco this week. In addition, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop was named “Best Desktop Solution,” and Novell AppArmor earned “Best Security Solution” honours. Part of the Linux Journal Product Excellence Awards, the awards distinguish product and service innovations at LinuxWorld.
Does the sudden appearance of a FireFox crop circle imply which browser extraterrestrials prefer? We don't know, but it was still fun to make!
Novell is making the claim that Linux as a desktop OS is now mature enough for the requirements of power users such as senior executives and engineers, and is urging enterprises to adopt the OS on their workstations.
Colin reported a vulnerability in the Linux Kernel, which can be exploited by malicious, local users to cause a DoS (Denial of Service).
OpenVZ Project Releases Software for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4, Plus Additional Capabilities
The release of Firefox 2.0 has been delayed until 24 October, with a Beta 2 release scheduled for 23 August, according to Mozilla. The entire release schedule was shifted to deal with last-minute fixes.