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Posted by meshal on Saturday, October 22, 2005 @ 16:37:07 EDT (3927 reads)
theregister :
"There's no doubt about it, Intel's dual-core Xeons are their most power hungry Xeons to date," GamePC writes. "Even when idling, two dual-core Xeons consume nearly 400W of power at any given time, which is amazingly high, even by Intel's standards.

"AMD's competing dual-core Opteron processors consume far less power, especially using AMD's PowerNow! Technology. When this is enabled, Opteron power consumption drops to roughly 160 to170W when idling.
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Posted by meshal on Monday, October 17, 2005 @ 15:47:04 EDT (4041 reads)

Red Hat announced the availability of a new security certification for IT professionals: Red Hat Certified Security Specialist (RHCSS). The announcement of the RHCSS certification is the Company's latest milestone in its "Security in a Networked World" initiative lanched in August.?

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Posted by meshal on Saturday, October 15, 2005 @ 05:11:57 EDT (3684 reads)

?? I was reading Information Week's report [PDF] on the Linux market. Information Week Research conducted a study to measure corporate use of Linux and Open Source software in January 2005. The results are stunning. "Nearly 90% of companies we surveyed anticipate a jump in server licenses for Linux. No other product comes close to these expectations – not Windows, Macintosh or Unix." The report predicts that "Linux server and PC licenses are expected to climb dramatically over the next two years, due in part to the perceived need for an alternative to Windows."?

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Posted by meshal on Friday, October 14, 2005 @ 07:35:09 EDT (3659 reads)

The KDE Project today announced the immediate availability of KDE 3.4.3, a maintenance release for the latest generation of the most advanced and powerful free desktop for GNU/Linux and other UNIXes. KDE 3.4.3 ships with a basic desktop and fifteen other packages (PIM, administration, network, edutainment, utilities, multimedia, games, artwork, web development and more). KDE's award-winning tools and applications are available in 51 languages.?
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Posted by meshal on Thursday, August 04, 2005 @ 09:14:18 EDT (3615 reads)
Linux Journal:

I stood on a street in Jerash and suddenly realized that no one ever told me what to expect. I had seen ruins before, and I had viewed photos of this Roman city. Still, I cannot think of anything that could have prepared me for the experience. Jerash isn't some pile of rocks left over after people pillaged it as a quarry, as are most remnants of the Roman era. As I looked in all directions, I saw the equivalent of a major city too large to cover by foot and ready for habitation.

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Posted by meshal on Monday, June 20, 2005 @ 10:41:12 EDT (5165 reads)
REDMOND, Wash.--The random chatter of several hundred Microsoft engineers filled the cavernous executive briefing center recently at the company's sprawling campus outside Seattle.

Within minutes after their meeting was convened, however, the hall became hushed. Hackers had successfully lured a Windows laptop onto a malicious wireless network.

"It was just silent," said Stephen Toulouse, a program manager in Microsoft's security unit. "You couldn't hear anybody breathe."

hehehe feel pity.

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Posted by meshal on Wednesday, April 13, 2005 @ 16:55:48 EDT (3509 reads)
digitimes.com
VIA Technologies today announced the extension of its open source support with the release of driver source code for specific VIA hardware.
Some of the source released is for the S3 Graphics UniChrome family display driver for version 2.6.x kernels. The UniChrome family display driver supports the VIA CLE266 and the new VIA CN400 Digital Media chipsets featured on the VIA EPIA M series and VIA EPIA SP series mainboards, and will provide developers with the flexibility to autonomously incorporate support for latest applications based on VIA hardware.
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Posted by meshal on Thursday, March 10, 2005 @ 00:22:12 EST (3100 reads)

The GNOME 2.10 Desktop is the latest release of the ever popular, multi-platform free desktop environment - on time, to the day! It includes a number of interesting new features and hundreds of bug fixes. This time GNOME also includes a video player and a CD-ripping utility. You can learn more, and read the in-depth, translated release notes on the GNOME 2.10 start page

Topic: security
Posted by aziz on Tuesday, March 08, 2005 @ 01:26:43 EST (4229 reads)

The second public face-to-face KLUG Meeting was 3 Mar, 2005 at 8 pm.

The location of the meeting was in "Mishref United" Caf? in Mishref Area (Close to Kuwait International Fair / 6th Ring Road Motor- highway).

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Posted by aziz on Friday, February 18, 2005 @ 12:34:35 EST (4970 reads)

I would like to thank who ever attended the LUG meeting. It was really helpful, encouraging, and interesting. We met in Star Bucks, Meshrif Area - Kuwait at 8 pm. The weather was very nice and the topics discussed were very HOT:).

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