Linux News for Jan 28, 2006
Linux Gangsters: [Gentoo] Linux on amd64 (Jan 28, 2006, 23:00)
"You'll probably find that linux is probably the OS with the
most native amd64 (x86_64) users..."
Linux Journal: Battle of the Ajax Mail Packages (Jan 28, 2006, 21:00)
"Scalix and Zimbra offer promising e-mail solutions that exploit
Ajax to offer rich Web clients..."
Rudd-O: Turning the Tide on the Threats to Our Way of Life (Jan 28, 2006, 19:00)
"Today, I'll propose a solution--how to avert the threats and
get ourselves a better future...
Linux-Watch: Red Hat Not Working on the Mactel. Yet. (Jan 28, 2006, 17:00)
"Despite what you may have read about Red Hat Inc. working on
porting Linux to Apple's Mactel, Red Hat isn't 'officially' doing
ReactOS News: Reset, Reboot, Restart, Legal Issues and the Long Road to 0.3 (Jan 28, 2006, 15:00)
Troubles with another GPLed OS: "There has been a lot
of talk about possible tainted code in ReactOS and or developers
that had access to leaked Microsoft source code..."
DesktopLinux: PCLinuxOS Gets Its Own Website (Jan 28, 2006, 13:00)
"PCLinuxOS, a three-year-old LiveCD desktop Linux distribution
that originated as a fork of Mandrake, now has its own
SearchOpenSource: Defending Against Unsafe Coding Practices Using "Libsafe" (Jan 28, 2006, 09:00)
"In this article, a second layer is introduced to add
much-needed boundaries to checking to compiled C binaries, so as to
produce robust, reliable applications..."
Tectonic: Open Source Must Die Die Die (Jan 28, 2006, 05:00)
"What I can't understand is a new movement from the less-formal
sector--bloggers in particular--who suddenly have it in for our
Linux-Watch: MEPIS Updates for a Fee? Get Over It! (Jan 28, 2006, 03:00)
"In short, only paying customers can download patches from
Technalign's servers for paying customers. Shocking isn't
ServerWatch: Enterprise Unix Roundup: Leaving Politics Aside (Jan 28, 2006, 01:00)
"Were we shocked and horrified? No, we've been saying the same
thing for weeks: There is no good reason for the Linux kernel to
move to the new version of the GPL..."