News

Game over for Loki

Author: JT Smith "This is the week that Loki Software, Inc., the once-promising Linux games company that came to resemble Enron writ small, disappears beneath the waves forever. As with Enron, the company heads appear to have come out okay, leaving unpaid employees holding the short end of the...
Read 0 Comments

2001 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards

Author: JT Smith jeremy writes: The 2001 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards have come to a close. You can view the results here. Thank you to everyone that voted. Here are the winners: Browser of the year - Konqueror AND Mozilla ------------------------- This was one of the closest awards....
Read 0 Comments

People of KDE: Neil Stevens

Author: JT Smith KDE.org features Stevens, who works on "Kit, Kaboodle, Megami, and a bunch of hard-to-translate Noatun plugins." Category: Migration
Read 0 Comments

Microtronix announces integration of Embedded Linux with Altera SOPC Builder

Author: JT Smith It's on PRNewswire: Microtronix (http://www.microtronix.com), a leading integrator of embedded hardware and software, announced today that they will support the creation of customized embedded Linux(R) kernels in the Altera(R) SOPC Builder automated system development tool....
Read 0 Comments

Will Linux find a home in handhelds?

Author: JT Smith PCWorld.com reports that despite its advantages, Linux still lags behind Palm and Microsoft when it comes to powering PDAs.
Read 0 Comments

Linux kernel, Netscape affected by major zlib security vulnerability

Author: JT Smith - By Grant Gross - A buffer overflow vulnerability affecting the PPP code in the Linux kernel, Netscape and up to 20 packages in some Linux distributions has been found in the popular compression library zlib. The potential is for crackers to gain remote access to computer...
Read 0 Comments

The penguin on your desktop

Author: JT Smith CanadaComputes.com has an article on how the price of Windows may drive more users to Linux, with a Windows XP-loaded system $450 more than a system without it. "The changing circumstances of Linux for personal computers has as much to do with the goings on at 1 Microsoft Way as it...
Read 0 Comments

The Evolution continues

Author: JT Smith Joe Barr writes us about this story: http://www.linuxworld.com/site-stories/2002/0311.e volution.html. "A couple of weeks ago I wrote about moving from Sylpheed (a wonderful e-mail client) to Evolution. I promised then that I would follow up after I had had a chance to put a few...
Read 0 Comments

Air Force tells Microsoft to improve security, or else

Author: JT Smith USAToday.com has this story: "A top U.S. Air Force official has warned Microsoft to dramatically improve the security of its software or risk losing the Air Force as a customer. In an interview, Air Force chief information officer John Gilligan revealed he has met with senior...
Read 0 Comments

eCos vs. uClinux: Which is best for your embedded target?

Author: JT Smith Anonymous Reader writes, "In this article at LinuxDevices.com, Rob Wehrli compares eCos (Red Hat's "un-Linux" OS for devices and embedded systems) to uClinux (a version of Linux for MMU-less microprocessors), in terms of functionality, resource utilization, tools, and support, from...
Read 0 Comments

Pages

Click Here!