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Developer Linux News for Nov 26, 2008

  • Asterisk Founder Talks About Hardest Part of Being Open Source PBX Creator (2008-11-26 17:33:44)
    Computerworld: "Imagine an IP voice and unified communications system that can be integrated into any application and customised to meet business needs... Well that project is the Asterisk IP-PBX and it's free to use and you get the source code."

  • A Tale of Two Forks (2008-11-26 04:33:44)
    Linux Today Blog: "While I was writing last Friday's editor's note, "Linux Should Copy Amiga", I kept thinking what a different story it would have been if Amiga had been released under a Free Software license. I'm sure I'm not the only one with that thought..."

  • GCC hacks in the Linux kernel (2008-11-26 03:03:44)
    IBM Developerworks: "GCC and Linux are a great pair. Although they are independent pieces of software, Linux is totally dependent on GCC to enable it on new architectures. Linux further exploits features in GCC, called extensions, for greater functionality and optimization. This article explores many of these important extensions and shows you how they're used within the Linux kernel."

  • Accessing Your MySQL Database from the Web with PHP (2008-11-26 01:33:44)
    WebReference: "In this chapter, we explain how to access the Book-O-Rama database from the Web using PHP. You learn how to read from and write to the database and how to filter potentially troublesome input data."

  • Flash Alternative: Processing Version 1.0 (2008-11-26 00:03:44)
    Linux Magazine: "This past weekend has produced a version 1.0 of Processing, a Flash alternative product that runs under GPL."