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Infrastructure Linux News for Aug 29, 2010

  • Gnash 0.8.8: A Huge Improvement Over Previous Versions (Aug 29, 2010, 23:03)
    O'Reilly Broadcast: "Back in June I wrote about Adobe dropping support for Flash Player on 64-bit Linux. Since the existing version of the 64-bit Linux Flash client had a serious security vulnerability staying with the last release isn't really an option."

  • How to Run Windows, Mac, and Linux Side by Side and Pain-Free with VirtualBox (Aug 29, 2010, 19:03)
    Lifehacker: "Running multiple operating systems side-by-side gives you the chance to test applications, run platform-specific software, and tons more without ever rebooting. It's also extremely cool. Here's how to run Windows, Mac, and Linux simultaneously and pain-free as possible."

  • Open-sourcing SETI (Aug 29, 2010, 07:03)
    Network World: "The setiQuest project has released its first open source code in an effort to have anyone interested help search for intelligent life out there. The source code for Open SonATA is available on GIT Hub now and covers three programs:"

  • Kontact: How does it compare to the competition? (Aug 29, 2010, 03:03)
    Ghacks: "Kontact is the KDE groupware suite that includes more tools than your standard suite, has a lot of pluses, and a few minuses. But even with its minuses, Kontact is a spot-on tool for anyone needing a solid groupware suite to keep them as organized as possible."