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Posted by meshal on Friday, October 15, 2004 @ 02:16:48 EDT (4411 reads)
As we announced last week, Doom 3 for Linux is now available and now the questions are flying about how well it runs. These questions include issues about which card you'll need to play the game, which quality you will be able to run at with different cards, and how well the game runs under Linux verses Windows. We aim to answer these questions in this article with our look Doom 3 under Linux. We analyze Doom 3 with four generations of NVIDIA hardware. Why no ATI? Because it's not supported by id at this point for the Linux port. Now let's get into the numbers behind id's latest game and show what a week's worth of benchmarking produces. There's a lot here for both Linux and Windows users. Enjoy!  Read More...

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Posted by meshal on Wednesday, October 13, 2004 @ 23:35:26 EDT (3270 reads)

October 12, 2004 (The INTERNET). The KDE Project today announced the immediate availability of KDE 3.3.1, a maintenance release for the latest generation of the most advanced and powerful free desktop for GNU/Linux and other UNIXes. KDE 3.3.1 ships with a basic desktop and eighteen other packages (PIM, administration, network, edutainment, utilities, multimedia, games, artwork, web development and more). KDE's award-winning tools and applications are available in 50 languages


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Topic: security
Posted by meshal on Tuesday, October 12, 2004 @ 11:11:24 EDT (5392 reads)
Your favorite email program can send and receive messages, handle folders, and do other basic things, but buried beneath its menus or keystroke combinations may be handy features you don't know about. And, because there are tens of email applications, it's also a safe bet that other email programs have tricks that yours doesn't. Email is a "killer app." Why not use a killer app, too?  Read More...

Topic: android
Posted by meshal on Monday, October 11, 2004 @ 07:28:36 EDT (3102 reads)
This is a message from Patrick Volkerding in regards to his thoughts on Gnome and Slackware. It was originally posted on the Dropline Gnome Forum. Editor's note: Pat has made similar comments to me as well regarding Gnome's bugs and maintainance problems.
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Topic: security
Posted by meshal on Saturday, October 02, 2004 @ 08:01:36 EDT (5217 reads)
In our last article we gave you a glimpse at ABIT's latest Socket 939 Athlon 64 motherboard, the ABIT AV8. This board features the latest VIA chipset, the VIA K8T800 Pro, and it performed very well against the latest Intel had to offer. We now want to take a closer look at this board and show you what it has to offer Linux users as their next potential upgrade. In this review, we'll be covering the features of the K8T800 Pro chipset, all of this board's specific features, and Linux support of the board and its components. Read More...

Topic: hardware
Posted by meshal on Saturday, October 02, 2004 @ 07:59:32 EDT (4437 reads)
ATI has released a new version of their proprietary Linux drivers. These new drivers add support for new cards and fix several bugs. Read More...

Topic: adv
Posted by meshal on Saturday, September 25, 2004 @ 03:37:38 EDT (4138 reads)
Terry Makedon, a senior product manager, largely talked about those, but he did say the firm is readying a major push in the next few weeks to outline its plans for Linux driver support.
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Topic: security
Posted by meshal on Thursday, September 16, 2004 @ 20:17:15 EDT (5441 reads)

The Apache HTTP Server Project is proud to announce the release of version 2.0.50 of the Apache HTTP Server ("Apache"). (translations are available fo German and Japanese language) .

This version of Apache is principally a bug fix release. Of particular note is that 2.0.50 addresses two security vulnerabilities:

A remotely triggered memory leak in http header parsing can allow a denial of service attack due to excessive memory consumption.
[CAN-2004-0493]

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?  Fixes a mod_ssl buffer overflow in the FakeBasicAuth code for a (trusted) client certificate subject DN which exceeds 6K in length.
? ? ? ? ?  [CAN-2004-0488]

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Topic: adv
Posted by meshal on Friday, September 03, 2004 @ 19:36:54 EDT (3090 reads)
Microsoft has filed a report with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)--and it looks like the Redmond giant could be in for a lean year ahead, even going as far as to hint that Linux and other open-source rivals might be to blame. "A stagnant tech market is also weighing down the world's biggest software company and, according to the filing, the company won't be expecting to repeat previous periods of rude health.
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Topic: security
Posted by meshal on Tuesday, August 31, 2004 @ 19:35:11 EDT (4392 reads)
Introduced in BIND version 8 and refined in BIND version 9, the nsupdate provides the system administrator or casual user with a quick and painless method of updating a DNS zone, adding or deleting any type of DNS record the name server supports.
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