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- The final verdict is in: OpenSolaris is no more.
dd if=/dev/random of=/dev/blog: "In what is supposedly a leaked internal memo to Oracle staff, the adoptive parent company of Sun's OpenSolaris had announced the fate the project's (and binary release's) future. That is, they will support it no more outside of CDDL'd package updates for future Solaris (i.e. Solaris 11) releases."
- The Oracle-Google Mess: Are Any of the Patents Tied to a Specific Machine? - Google Speaks
Groklaw: "On the Oracle patents, in a post-Bilski world, the right question would seem to be: Are *any* of the asserted Oracle patents tied to a specific machine?"
- Editor's Note: Oracle on the Warpath
If you can't innovate, litigate! SCOracle lets slip the dogs of war!
- Intel's 2D Performance With X.Org Server 1.9
Phoronix: "While X.Org Server 1.9 does not bring many exciting end-user changes like previously releases that introduced RandR 1.2, Multi-Pointer X / X Input 2.0, and other new technologies, there are plenty of bug fixes and other minor improvements throughout the X Server."
- Making the most of Ubuntu through Windows Proxies
Packt: "If you use the internet at your workplace or school then chances are likely that you are using it through a proxy server, which allows for website filtering, port whitelisting and overall control of internet use."
- Shell scripting for system administrators: the basics
Linux User and Developer: "For system administrators shell scripting can be a very useful way to drastically improve workflow. Join Swayam Prakasha to find out how you can employ some fundemental tips and techniques to make your life easier"
- Web services need to be Free #LinuxCon
Netstat -vat: "Stormy Peters, executive director, the GNOME Foundation wants people to think about their online software freedoms."
- Tales From the Front: in Search of APT-GET UNDO
Free Software Magazine: "I am currently in that level of hell reserved for people who upgrade their GNU/Linux system too quickly."
- How Much Faster Is Konqueror With WebKit?
Digitizor: "Yesterday we wrote about how you can make WebKit default in Konqueror. We always knew that WebKit is going to make Konqueror faster; but how much faster?"
- Oracle Sues Google Over Android: What's Up with That?
Standards Blog: "As most of the technology world knows by now, Oracle has brought a suit for patent infringement against Google, asserting that the Java elements incorporated into Google's Android operating system infringe patents that Oracle acquired when it took over Sun Microsystems. The basic facts are here, and the complaint can be found here. What no one yet knows for sure yet is why?"
- CodeWeavers CEO names himself employee of the month for 175TH consecutive month
Wine-Reviews: "Jeremy White, founder and CEO of gadfly software developer CodeWeavers, Inc., announced today he is the firms Employee of the Month for the 175th consecutive month, an accomplishment unmatched by any executive in corporate America."
- Virgin America CIO Lauds Open Source Savings
CIO Update: "Virgin America is one of the U.S's newest airlines and its IT infrastructure is mostly open source. That's the message coming from Ravi Simhambhatla, VA's CIO who delivered a keynote at LinuxCon titled "Selling the Value of Open Source When Cost is Not the Driver.""
- Google Enhances Android Mobile OS With Voice Commands
Enterprise Mobile Today: "Google has added two new features to its Android software designed to enhance the utility of smartphones that use the mobile operating system software. Voice Actions for Android lets users send text and emails, surf the Web and perform other actions using voice commands."
- eWEEK Readers Stick With Windows XP
eWeek: "Windows XP scored nearly 44 percent in a poll of which desktops eWEEK readers use to run their business. Microsoft's Windows 7 came in behind Linux, while Vista languished with a handful of votes in the �other� category."
- Update: Oracle sues Google over Java use in Android
Computerworld: "Oracle has filed a lawsuit against Google, charging that its Android phone software infringes Oracle patents and copyrights related to Java"
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