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Posted by Aziz on Monday, June 06, 2005 @ 21:00:07 EDT (6569 reads)
Red Hat extends commitment to open source innovation in new areas of key infrastructure by releasing Fedora Directory Server with GPL licensing.

NEW ORLEANS, LA- June 1, 2005 - The Fedora Project, a Red Hat-sponsored and community-supported, open source collaboration project, today announced at the Red Hat Summit the availability of Fedora Directory Server. By making Fedora Directory Server freely available to the open source development community, Red Hat is enabling and encouraging the development of secure, enterprise technologies and providing customers and partners with increased choice. The availability of Fedora Directory Server licensed under the GPL underscores Red Hat's true commitment to open source innovation.

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Topic: freebsd
Posted by aziz on Thursday, February 24, 2005 @ 13:23:37 EST (4634 reads)

With the launch of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4, we want to give you the opportunity to try the latest release of Red Hat's market-leading Linux technology.


For a limited time, you can download a free 30-day subscription to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 product of your choice (AS, ES, WS, or Desktop).


Your 30-day subscription will allow you to:

  • Download Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4

  • Access Red Hat Network for updates and security patches

  • Access Red Hat Knowledgebase for technical information and advice

To start your subscription today, simply complete the following three-step process:

  1. Select the version you would like to have

  2. Complete a brief survey

  3. Download Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 and start your subscription

For more info: http://www.redhat.com/software/rhel/eval


Topic: freebsd
Posted by aziz on Tuesday, February 15, 2005 @ 20:07:55 EST (5287 reads)

Linux moves closer to displacing Solaris in the enterprise.


LINUXWORLD, BOSTON—February 15, 2005—Red Hat, the leading provider of open source solutions to the enterprise, announced global availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux v.4 last night at a press conference hosted by Red Hat executives, partners and customers. This latest release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux enables enterprise organizations to realize the benefits of open source innovation throughout their IT environment, particularly in the areas of performance and security. Red Hat Enterprise Linux proves that Linux solutions can effectively eliminate for the need for Solaris in the enterprise.

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Topic: freebsd
Posted by meshal on Monday, February 07, 2005 @ 12:36:18 EST (4404 reads)

That's right, the newest release of Slackware, version 10.1, is ready to go. My sincere thanks go out to everyone who helped out this time around when I really needed it. Highlights of the 10.1 release include the Linux 2.4.29 kernel (with Linux 2.6.10 as an alternate choice in /testing), X11R6.8.1 from X.Org, Mozilla 1.7.5, KDE 3.3.2, and Xfce 4.2.0. For a complete list of changes since Slackware 10.0, check out the Slackware 10.1 ChangeLog. http://www.slackware.com/
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Topic: freebsd
Posted by aziz on Tuesday, January 25, 2005 @ 23:53:07 EST (5415 reads)

On Tuesday, Sun Microsystems Inc. will announce that it will be using its newly minted Common Development and Distribution License open-source license for its long-promised Open Solaris project. However, creating a developer community around such plans to open-source Solaris will not be easy—for many reasons—according to analysts and industry figures.

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Topic: freebsd
Posted by aziz on Tuesday, January 18, 2005 @ 13:09:12 EST (4728 reads)

The Fedora Core 4 preliminary release schedule has been announced. It is available at the Fedora Core web site:

  • Test 1 - Feb 21

  • Test 2 - March 21

  • Test 3 - April 18

  • Final Release - May 16

The release of Core 4 Test 2 will be significant for Core 2 users, according to a separate announcment received by Linux Today Friday:

"The Fedora Steering Committee proposes to transfer Fedora Core 2 to the Fedora Legacy Project at the point Fedora Core 4 Test 2 is released. This is currently scheduled for March 21, 2005.

"For more information on the Fedora Legacy Project, or if you wish to join the team please see http://fedoralegacy.org/."


Topic: freebsd
Posted by meshal on Monday, November 15, 2004 @ 16:50:42 EST (3850 reads)
news.com.com:
Anyone who registers with Sun will be able to use Solaris for free on servers with x86 processors, said John Loiacono, executive vice president of Sun's software business. It's not a totally free lunch, though: Sun will provide security updates in the free version but will charge an annual subscription fee for bug fixes and support.
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Topic: freebsd
Posted by meshal on Thursday, November 11, 2004 @ 14:20:05 EST (3535 reads)
linuxtoday.com:
Mandrakesoft has just released Mandrakelinux 10.1 for x86-64, a version of its Linux Operating System that runs on AMD x86-64 and Intel EMT architectures. Linux has always been ahead of the competition in this area: it was the first operating system to support 64-bit architectures. This new release of Mandrakelinux, featuring EVP and mixed software support, will help ensure Linux is the only reasonable choice when it comes to 64-bit--the future of computing. complete story

Topic: freebsd
Posted by meshal on Thursday, June 24, 2004 @ 11:10:24 EDT (4321 reads)
Highlights of the 10.0 release include GCC 3.3.4 (with GCC 3.4.0 as an alternate in /testing), the Linux 2.4.26 kernel (with Linux 2.6.7 as an alternate choice in /testing), X11R6.7.0 from X.Org, Mozilla 1.7, GNOME 2.6.1, and KDE 3.2.3. Of course, there are many more improvements than can be listed in changelog
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Topic: freebsd
Posted by meshal on Tuesday, June 22, 2004 @ 02:21:09 EDT (3577 reads)
SUSE Linux 9.1 Personal Edition is now available for free download.

Topic: freebsd


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