Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 24, 2006
BusinessWeek: Open Source Taking Up Residence? (2006-01-24 23:30:00)
"I'm planning an open source special report for BW Online that
runs Feb. 6, and I had a dream that my husband and I got a new
computer and I decided to install only open source software on
Tectonic: Big Brother Linux (2006-01-24 22:45:28)
"Cape Town-based Linux solutions provider Redlinx has built a
high-end digital video recording appliance based on open source
internetnews.com: Open Source Flash Player Revealed (2006-01-24 20:30:49)
"One of the most popular and ubiquitous rich media plug-ins for
any browser on almost any platform is the Macromedia (now Adobe)
ZDNet Australia: Linux the Focus of New Australian Masters Degree (2006-01-24 18:15:00)
"Charles Sturt University (CSU) has partnered with Linux vendor
Novell to offer a two-year postgraduate Masters degree which
includes formal Linux certification..."
The Inquirer: DoCoMo Dumps Linux in New Range (2006-01-24 17:30:03)
"Japanese carrier DoCoMo has decided to dump Linux in its next
range of mobile phones and will release it using Windows..."
CNET News: Red Hat Hopes for Linux on Intel Macs (2006-01-24 16:45:10)
"Booting other operating systems on Apple Computer's new
Intel-based Mac is tough, but Red Hat hopes they'll make it happen
Groklaw: Peter Quinn's First Interview (2006-01-24 14:30:20)
"I'm sure you'd like to hear from Peter Quinn, formerly CIO of
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, wouldn't you...?"
eWeek: Novell Nixes Support Contracts from License Agreements (2006-01-24 13:45:27)
"Novell is restructuring its corporate licensing framework to
make license agreements more flexible and accessible to
NewsForge: Review: MediaReady Flyboy (2006-01-24 12:15:17)
"The MediaReady Flyboy is a Linux-based portable media player.
It handles video, MP3s, pictures, and doubles as a portable data
story device. On paper, it sounds pretty good..."
LinuxDevices: Linux Powers First Gadget Bridge (2006-01-24 11:30:31)
"Unicon Systems has used Linux in a pair of inexpensive mobile
devices aimed at transferring media files between gadgets such as
iPods, PSPs, and PMPs..."
Linux.com: CLI Magic: OpenSSH + Bash (2006-01-24 10:00:50)
"Other system administrators have fantastic toolboxes for their
work. My tools consist of two everyday programs: OpenSSH and the
GNU Bourne-Again Shell (bash)..."
MozillaQuest: Cheat Knoppix 4 to Improve Performance Part 4 (2006-01-24 08:30:12)
"Today, in Part 4 of our Knoppix cheats article, you will learn
how to put together all the stuff you learned in Parts 1 through 3
to make a very portable, Live-Knoppix setup..."
Linux.ie: Linux and Bluetooth Headset Howto (2006-01-24 07:00:01)
"We use Skype a lot in our household. We use it for ringing
friends and family, both here in Ireland and also in China..."
wyoGuide: A Guide, A Tutorial for Developing Well-Designed Cross-Platform Applications (2006-01-24 05:30:53)
"Are there only winners or will there also be losers when
cross-platform becomes widespread? There will clearly be losers but
not many, and it might not be the obvious ones..."
HDDsaver: Setting Up Your Portable Office (2006-01-24 04:00:09)
"If you have to travel, whether its out of your cubicle, out of
your home, or out of the country, you should do your best to make
your new surroundings as comfortable as possible..."
Phoronix: Tyan Tomcat i7230A S5160 (2006-01-24 03:15:05)
"Repeatedly Tyan-engineered motherboards enter our facilities,
thanks to past experience with their exceptional variety of server
and workstation products..."
HowtoForge: Running A MySQL-Based DNS Server: MyDNS (2006-01-24 02:30:13)
"In this tutorial I will describe how to install and configure
MyDNS, a DNS server that uses a MySQL database as backend instead
of configuration files like, for example, Bind or djbdns..."
InfoWorld: Build vs. Buy (2006-01-24 01:45:07)
"VCs ply project leads with promises of enterprise glory and IPO
wealth. Corporations try to lure developers with the promise of
temporal comfort--a comfy salary and expanded influence..."
Free Software Magazine: It's an Ubuntu World (2006-01-24 01:00:35)
"Ubuntu has become increasing popular amongst many Linux users,
especially users trying Linux for the first time. Just why is
Ubuntu so popular...?"
10 Minute Rule: Open Source Digging (2006-01-24 00:15:42)
"Digg and Shoutwire-style websites are becoming an area of keen
interest to web programmers, developers and users..."