- Web Server
- Control Panels
- Site Map/RSS Feeds
February 22, 2013
The Free Software Foundation's annual LibrePlanet conference is an event at the intersection of software, social justice, and media studies. This year's conference seems to be the most broad and diverse yet, with a lineup of speakers from various backgrounds between programming, activism, and academia.
Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced general availability of the next minor release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4. It has been optimized for performance, stability and flexibility, and designed to help organizations manage their workloads across physical, virtual and cloud environments. Red Hat Enterprise Linux introduces several new components that help enterprises meet these core business objectives.
The FreeMedForms project was updated today to the version 0.8.2. This version is mainly a debug version with some new features. Please note that the debug process was by real doctors in their "day-to-day practice".Please visit:- Main website and full changelog- French non-profit association. Official support
It was just earlier today that Google announced the Chromebook Pixel, a much-speculated device with a very high resolution display and high-end hardware running their Chrome OS operating system. Google has already begun pushing Linux kernel patches enabling support for this expensive Google notebook...
Boundless, the company that builds on existing open educational resources to provide free alternatives to traditionally costly college textbooks, has released 18 open textbooks under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA), the same license used by Wikipedia.
This tutorial explains the installation of a Samba fileserver on Scientific Linux 6.3 and how to configure it to share files over the SMB protocol as well as how to add users. Samba is configured as a standalone server, not as a domain controller. In the resulting setup, every user has his own home directory accessible via the SMB protocol and all users have a shared directory with read-/write access.
Cloud Endpoints let Android and iOS apps plug into Google’s backendGoogle has updated its platform-as-a-service to ease mobile app development in the cloud.…
A senior Linux kernel developer has pointed to an instance of what he calls a lax approach to security in the Linux kernel, citing the case of a serious vulnerability that is now more than a month old and is yet to be fixed.
Ubuntu and its parent company Canonical make a lot of noise about phones and tablets they’re not shipping and desktop interfaces that are liked by some and loathed by many. Not that my current favorite environment, GNOME 3, is the object of universal love (hint: it’s not). But on the server, Canonical is quietly making itself indispensable.
Using Linux may make you a geek–stereotypically speaking, at least–but it could also mean you have a great shot at landing a job (or getting a better one). That’s according to a survey out this week that has produced some startling findings concerning demand for Linux IT talent–such as that salary for Linux admins is growing nearly twice as fast as compensation pan-industry. For rewards like that, I’d happily embrace geekiness in all its glory.
I just checked gnome-look today and found many new GTK themes that just got uploaded recently. If you need some new themes for your Linux desktop, here are some that look good in my opinion:
As promised, Canonical has released the Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview, complete with full source code and installation images for supported devices. The company warns, however, that this early, alpha-quality release is strictly for developers and enthusiasts only. "While a huge amount of Engineering and Design work has been put into ensuring that the foundations for our user experience vision are in place, we want to stress that the Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview is currently work in progress," Canonical's David Planella wrote in the official announcement on Thursday. "It is not intended to replace production devices or the tablet or handset you use every day."
Responsive web design (RWD) has been the focus for the jQuery Mobile developers as they put together the new version, jQuery Mobile 1.3.0, of the touch-optimised mobile web framework. The developers say that they had been faced with designers asking whether they should use RWD or jQuery Mobile – the answer is "both" say the jQuery Mobile developers, and with 1.3, they have set out to educate users by adding responsive documentation and demos to explain key concepts. They have also added responsive tables, panels and grids to make it easier to build responsive sites and applications.
For seeing how far the Ubuntu Linux performance has evolved over the past five years, in this article are benchmarks looking at the performance of Ubuntu 8.04.4 LTS through a recent Ubuntu 13.04 development snapshot from an aging AMD quad-core system.
(Los Angeles, CA, USA: February 21, 2013) The Linux ProfessionalInstitute (LPI), the world's premier Linux certification organization(http://www.lpi.org), announced that its Linux Essentials program whichmeasures foundational knowledge in Linux and Open Source Software hasmet the requirements of the K-12 Computer Science Standards of theComputer Science Teachers Association (CSTA: http://www.csta.acm.org/). The CSTA has 41 chapters throughout North America and members in 126countries worldwide.