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Developer Linux News for Oct 10, 2008

  • On Making Releases... (Oct 10, 2008, 21:50)
    Linus' Blog: "So I cut the 2.6.27 release today, and it's always a somewhat anti-climactic thing."

  • Open Source is About Belief in Code (Oct 10, 2008, 19:05)
    Linux and Open Source: "You can read stories about doom and depression somewhere else today...There is something there that does not exist in the proprietary wreckage, something important. Code."

  • eCryptfs: Single-File Encryption in Linux (Oct 10, 2008, 17:35)
    DevX: "Yet many developers try to build their own cryptographic technology, which often gets them in trouble. A better approach is to employ tools that rely on proven cryptography techniques and algorithms. A great example of this approach is eCryptfs, a complete cryptographic file system for Linux that essentially is a robust implementation of mature cryptographic technology."

  • Many Fixes, Enhancements in Dojo's Release 1.2 (Oct 10, 2008, 09:05)
    OStatic: "Dojo, which is developed by the Dojo Foundation and released under both the BSD License and Academic Free License, is officially integrated with a number of Web development frameworks, such as Django and the Zend Framework, and by vendors such as IBM and Sun Microsystems."

  • Analyze Java Programs on Multi-Core Hardware (Oct 10, 2008, 07:35)
    IBM AlphaWorks: "The Data Collector for Linux component is a loadable kernel module for Linux operating systems. Both x86 and POWER5 multi-core processors are supported. To use this component, the Linux kernel must have DebugFS and/or Relay features enabled and kernel debug symbols ready to use..."

  • Deploy an SCA Application Using Apache Tuscany (Oct 10, 2008, 05:35)
    IBM Developerworks: "Apache Tuscany provides an easy-to-use open source infrastructure for the development and operation of SCA applications. This article shows you how to administer an SCA domain using a Tuscany Web-based domain manager UI and code, and how to use the domain administrative UI to deploy an SOA solution comprised of SCA components."