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Open Source and the Federal Budget Squeeze, Part 2

The marketing stars appear to be coming into alignment for the vendors of open source offerings who are targeting the U.S. government. Significant barriers to adopting open source technology at the federal level are breaking down, and tight budgets provide an opportunity for vendors to emphasize the cost savings features...

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Image Processing with OpenGL and Shaders

The Linux Journal has an article on computing with the GPU. "This article discusses using OpenGL shaders to perform image processing. The images are obtained from a device using the Video4Linux 2 (V4L2) interface. Using horsepower from the graphics card to do some of the image processing reduces the load...

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Is it Too Late For an Open Source Challenge to Facebook?

If you're like most people, you're spending a lot more time on social networks than you ever did before.

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Will Debian 6 be Easier to Install?

A new and improved Debian installer awaits for Debian 6.0, but is it better than what's gone before? We take a tour of Squeeze's installer beta and find out.

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A Linux Server OS That's Fiddly but Tweakable

ClearOS is the new name for Point Clark Network's ClarkConnect, which was a commercial server distro, released in 2000, with a limited free version. Now, though, Point Clark has restructured and the distro is managed by ClearConnect, which has made it free and open...

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