Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 30, 2006
Editor's Note: Our Story Thus Far... (Jun 30, 2006, 23:30)
A forgotten holiday, a look back, and predicting the future.
Mixed well with all that Linux goodness. Mmmmm...
J_K9 Linux: Record Videos Of Your Desktop (Jun 30, 2006, 21:30)
"Have you ever wanted to take a video of your sleek desktop,
with your customised icons, window manager, GKrellM, and
The Register: MySQL gets cosy with Microsoft (Jun 30, 2006, 17:15)
"MySQL, the open source database firm, is to receive Microsoft
Techworld: Solaris Xen Support Imminent (Jun 30, 2006, 15:45)
"Sun will begin supporting Xen virtualisation in OpenSolaris in
the next four months..."
Heise Online: OpenOffice 2.0.3 plugs security holes (Jun 30, 2006, 14:30)
"Version 2.0.3 of OpenOffice is now complete and available on
the download pages..."
Linux Journal: Linux Terminal Servers for Any Business (Jun 30, 2006, 13:00)
"How businesses can tap the power of thin clients with Linux
OSWeekly: POPFile: Open Source E-Mail Solution (Jun 30, 2006, 08:30)
"POPFile is a program that has often been labeled as little more
than a spam filtering software. In reality, POPFile is much more
than this. Allow me to explain why...
Free Software Magazine: Free Networks (Part 2) (Jun 30, 2006, 07:00)
"In my last blog post, I started writing about OpenWRT, a free
software firmware replacement for many off-the-shelf home broadband
Linux.com: Set Up a Freevo Media Center (Jun 30, 2006, 05:30)
"I've been a happy MythTV user for a long time--you can check
out my review of version 0.19--but lately I've been feeling that
something is missing..."
P2PNet: Dear Sandra Pupatello (Jun 30, 2006, 04:00)
"I was just told a good-news story about a Toronto area high
school computer science teacher who has been using the Linux
operating system exclusively in his classroom for the past 5
Nashua Telegraph: Forget the Apple; Surprise Teacher with Open-Source Software (Jun 30, 2006, 01:00)
"Few things are quite so technically cutting edge as open-source
software, which is why you expect to see it used by really