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- Novell: Linux Breaks Even as Microsoft Deal Revenues Wane
Datamation: "Novell executives said this week that it's seven-year-old Linux business has finally broken even -- making good on promises made a year ago."
- Pocketing Police (PayPal confiscates Xorg funds)
DoctorMO's Blog: "An odd bit of news from the xorg foundation. During some discussion on their mailing list about missing funds it became apparent that PayPal had simply taken $5k of their money because PayPal thought xorg foundation were some sort of scam."
- The Perils of Sudo With User Passwords
Longitude Tech Blog: "The consensus among new Unix and Linux users seems to be that sudo is more secure than using the root account, because it requires you type your password to perform potentially harmful actions."
- IFOSSLR Call for papers
IFOSSLR: "The International Free and Open Source Software Law Review (IFOSS L. Rev. or IFOSSLR) is a collaborative legal publication aiming to increase knowledge and understanding among lawyers about Free and Open Source Software issues. It is the first publication to focus specifically on this field, and its independent Editorial Committee is seeking submissions from qualified authors in a variety of research areas."
- Setting Up Hibernation on Linux SSD Netbooks Without Swap, Part 1
Inform IT: "This two-part series provides complete information on how to set up hibernate/suspend in a Linux netbook solid-state drive (SSD) environment under the conditions that exist in real-world netbooks."
- Introducing hands-on computing in secondary education
Open Source.com: "My philosophy regarding teaching is that it should be authentic, constructive, and fun. The shortest reasonable summary I can provide is as follows:"
- Europe 'will not accept' three strikes in Acta treaty
ZDNet UK: "The European Commission has pledged to make sure the Acta global treaty will not force countries to disconnect people for unlawfully downloading copyrighted music, movies and other material."
- Ubuntu Linux Now Available to Fed Customers on GSA Advantage
PC World: "Canonical's Ubuntu has become third Linux operating system approved by the General Services Administration for use by federal purchasers."
- UDP Tunneling to avoid hotspot or firewall restrictions
Adams Info: "UDP tunneling is an attack that is often overlooked when manufacturers design wireless hotspot and other firewall/proxy based devices."
- EU cautions Google over Street View photos
CNet: "Google is in hot water in Europe once again over Street View map photos."
- Italian entrepreneur fights proprietary file formats in Public Administrations
Stop: "As I already explained in another article file formats are extremely important: unless, at least in Public Administrations (PAs), only open file formats are used, serious amounts of public money can go to waste, important public digital documents may become unreadable and private citizens or businesses may be forced to useless expenses if they want to interact with PAs."
- Review: Linux Browsers, Part 2
Raiden's Realm: "HV3 is a world apart from the average web browser. The browser's site describes it as an experiment in creating “modern web browser components” from the Tcl/Tk platform. The project has two parts, the Hv3 cross-platform browser and the Tkhtml3 widget for developers."
- Windows server revenue outpaced Linux in Q4
Channel Register: "In terms of operating systems, Windows was the big winner in the fourth quarter, and not just because there are some very powerful X64 machines on the market but because Windows Server 2008 R2 was out the door last July and helping to drive upgrades to Microsoft's latest Windows server OS from prior releases."
- Linux kernel valued at over a Billion Euros: No Surprise
Netstat -vat: "Yet another study has come out trying to put a financial measure on the worth of the LInux kernel. The latest study from University of Oviedo in Spain has estimated the total value of the LInux 2.6.30 kernel to be 1,025,553,430 Euros..."
- Tech Comics: "Chatting in Real Time"
Tech Comics: "The Internet is a great conduit for communication of all kinds. But what happens when we meet face to face?"
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