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specially for Kuwait community & others as well -- beside encouraging them to use it.
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Posted by meshal on Sunday, December 25, 2005 @ 15:24:49 EST (4619 reads)

VHCS is a Professional Control Panel Software for shared, reseller, virtual and dedicated server management. VHCS was designed for professional Hosting Service Providers and IT-Professionals. Read More...

Topic: adv
Posted by meshal on Saturday, December 24, 2005 @ 09:40:39 EST (6108 reads)

NetBSD 3.0, the eleventh major release of the NetBSD operating system, has been released with binary distributions for 53 architectures.

NetBSD 3.0 continues our long tradition with major improvements in file system and memory management performance, major security enhancements, and support for new platforms and peripherals.  Read More...

Posted by meshal on Friday, December 23, 2005 @ 10:36:31 EST (4885 reads)

When building web sites, ASP and PHP are very popular languages. Here's my opinion on whether ASP or PHP is best.

Topic: hardware
Posted by meshal on Friday, December 23, 2005 @ 10:33:22 EST (4334 reads)

? Databases are by no means an easy product category to understand. Many of the big players now offer free or "light" versions of their databases, but comparing them all is no easy task -- as we found out. Read More...

Topic: hardware
Posted by meshal on Monday, December 19, 2005 @ 18:48:10 EST (5184 reads)

The previous parts of this review can be found online here: part one and part two.

This last part will continue with multimedia, productivity and entertainment software and software issues, as well as discuss the security, clubmemberships and the future, before coming to the conclusions about Mandriva Linux 2006 and Desktop Linux.

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Topic: hardware
Posted by meshal on Saturday, December 17, 2005 @ 21:33:33 EST (4530 reads)


? To start with, these new NVIDIA Linux 1.0-8174 drivers feature a great deal of improvements from GeForce 6100/6150 support to the new nvidia-xconfig utility. As expected, these driver features are quite similar to what we had shared with our readers over two months ago in our NVIDIA 1.0-8XXX series preview article but unfortunately there are always a few features that didn't make their way into this release. Of course, the major feature is the ability to now run Scalable Link Interface under Linux. This article will focus primarily on the advantages of the 1.0-8174 drivers over that of the 1.0-7XXX series, and more specifically the 1.0-7676 release


Topic: adv
Posted by meshal on Saturday, December 17, 2005 @ 21:20:47 EST (5394 reads)

Here are the latest patches just released for both UT2004 and Quake 4 for Linux.

Icculus has released an update to the UT2004 3369 patch. 3369.1 fixes the following from 3369:

  • Linux: Fixed large memory usage.
  • x86 Linux: Reenabled Pixomatic renderer ("PixoDrv").
  • Mac OS X: game will now run on Mac OS X 10.2.8 ("Jaguar") again.
  • Mac OS X: 3D audio now correctly spatializes, other OpenAL fixes.

Posted by meshal on Saturday, December 17, 2005 @ 21:14:59 EST (6169 reads)

Coyote Linux Personal Firewall 3.00 build 31 is available for download. This release is the first release of the new Coyote Linux 3.00 firewall product. This product has been split from the Wolverine Firewall and VPN code base but is licensed for Personal and Educational use ONLY.

CLPF does not include support for VPN (PPTP/IPSEC) or 802.1q VLans. If you need support for these options, please purchase a license for the Wolverine product.


Posted by meshal on Saturday, December 17, 2005 @ 20:55:49 EST (6110 reads)

FreeRADIUS is the premiere open source RADIUS server. While detailed statistics are not available, we believe that FreeRADIUS is well within the top 5 RADIUS servers world-wide, in terms of the number of people who use it daily for authentication. It scales from embedded systems with small amounts of memory, to systems with millions of users. It is fast, flexible, configurable, and supports more authentication protocols than many commercial servers.


Topic: freebsd
Posted by meshal on Wednesday, November 30, 2005 @ 05:22:59 EST (4963 reads)

Firefox 1.5 is our next major release of our award-winning Firefox Web browser. More information about Firefox is available.

These Release Notes cover what's new, download and installation instructions, known issues and frequently asked questions for the Firefox 1.5. Please read these notes and the bug filing instructions before reporting any bugs to Bugzilla

Topic: security

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