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- Intel's Moorestown Could Be Game Changer for the Chip Maker
Linux.com: "Like Microsoft, Intel is often seen as an "800 pound gorilla," beating its chest atop a mountain of fallen foes. Yet, neither Intel nor Microsoft gained stature defending ground."
- Ubuntu Unravelled
Linux User and Developer: "However, it is my impression that many people, including some Ubuntu users, do not know how the distribution is made. Most are familiar with the principle that Ubuntu is largely based upon the Debian distribution, but not a great deal beyond this."
- The first MeeGo release
LWN: "Today is the culmination of a huge effort by the worldwide Nokia and Intel teams to share the MeeGo operating system code with the open source community. This is the latest step in the full merger of Maemo and Moblin..."
- Cucumber Makes Behavior-Driven Ruby on Rails Development Cool
WDVL: "This article introduces the Cucumber framework, a tool for implementing the Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) methodology. The idea behind BDD is simple: everyone should understand the system features. Cucumber promotes this idea by enabling the features of a system to be written in the native language of the program as either specs or functional tests."
- FBI, DOJ Falling Short on Identity Theft: Report
eSecurityPlanet: "An audit by the Justice Department's Office of the Inspector General reveals that while the FBI and Justice Department have made "various efforts" to fight identity theft crimes in recent years, these initiatives have "faded as priorities" mainly because the agencies have failed to develop a coordinated plan to deal with what's become an epidemic of cybercrimes."
- Why have an Iphone if you can have a Bphone? Linux, rotating screen, Cool
Handle With Linux: "available from chinagrabber.com this is the Bphone, a hybrid netbook/cellphone which features a rotating touch screen and a keyboard, beat that apple:"
- The importance of Document Freedom Day explained by Microsoft
Stop: "These are only a few of the many resources that you can use to understand how important DFD is for you, even if, personally, you don't care at all about computers. The rest of this page, instead, explains how even a job offer from one of the greatest enemies of Document Freedom, Microsoft, proves the same point."
- Intel's Nehalem-EX Targets Mainframe, RISC Systems
Hardware Central: "Intel is targeting the mainframe and RISC systems market with its new Xeon 6500/7500 lines of server processors that offer many features normally reserved for those high end systems."
- An Easy and Inexpensive Quad-Core System for Debian or Ubuntu GNU/Linux
Free Software Magazine: "My son’s hand-me-down motherboard recently gave up the ghost, and I decided that was a good excuse for an upgrade. Shopping around, I found that multi-core CPUs were finally in my price range, so I decided to build him a quad-core system."
- Linux / UNIX: Encrypt Backup Tape Using Tar & OpenSSL
Cyberciti: "How do I make sure only authorized person access my backups stored on the tape drives (DAT, DLT, LTO-4 etc) under Linux or UNIX operating systems? How do I backup /array22/vol4/home/ to /dev/rmt/5mn or /dev/st0 in encrypted mode?"
- NVIDIA Drops Xf86-video-nv Support: No Open Source for New Cards
Linux Pro Magazine: "Andy Ritger, NVIDIA manager responsible for the Linux graphics cards, as announced on the X.org mailing list that the graphics chip company will no longer develop the open source 2D video drivers for its chips. He recommends using the VESA X driver instead."
- Coming Soon: X Server 1.8
Phoronix: "According to the release plans, the release of X Server 1.8 should take place, and while in reality it will likely not be released today, its release is coming soon. When this release does arrive, it will add a new set of features to the X.Org stack and a number of other minor improvements and bug-fixes."
- For Real XO Laptop Impact, We Need Infrastructure
OLPC news: "I was in the Peace Corps in Cape Verde as an ICT volunteer from 2006 to 2008, and while I was there, the One Laptop Per Child project came on my radar and I became pretty enamored of the prospect of bringing some XOs to the country, or at least raising awareness of the idea within the government."
- Secure Your Server with Denyhosts
Geekride: "DenyHosts is a tool i use to secure my SSH server from these type of people. Written in python, this tool serves as a very active security guard and helps me to keep my system safe from lots of prying eyes."
- Linux and Small Business: The Ongoing Disconnect
The VAR Guy: "While Red Hat, Novell, Canonical and other Linux distribution providers continue to gain momentum, most of the Linux chatter has very little to do with small business success. Consider the facts:"
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