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How to set up OpenBSD 2.7 as a cable NAT system

Author: JT Smith BSD Today walks you through setting up OpenBSD 2.7 as a cable NAT system, if that's what you want to do. Category: Linux
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White House privacy advisor is computer savvy

Author: JT Smith Peter Swire, the new White House privacy advisor, has a long history with these things called computers, Hearst Newspapers tells us. He started playing with them as a kid. Category: Linux
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PR: Strong support for software patent-free Europe

Author: JT Smith The EuroLinux Petition for a Software Patent Free Europe had 20,000 signatures, including 300 corporate executives, after existing for one month, reports Linux PR. Category: Linux
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The Myth of Open Source Security

Author: JT Smith An author of the open source Mailman programexplains why open source is not as secure as you might think â using security holes in his own code as an example. Category: Linux
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Two Linux companies, two very different plans

Author: JT Smith - by Jack Bryar -Open Source Business - This week, like so many other weeks over the last year, the business message from the business side of the Linux community has been decidedly mixed. Now admittedly, if you were working for Lucent, Ericsson or Nortel, a mix of good and bad...
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Open source's big party

Author: JT Smith Tony Granata writes: UpsideToday's Sam Williams reports on the O'Reilly Open Source Convention in Monterey this week. Highlights include keynote speakers Larry Wall, Perl creator, and Eazel founder Andy Hertzfeld's symposia on MySQL, the open source database that recently adopted...
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Testing, testing, testing

Author: JT Smith This is a test, this is only a test. If this were an actual NewsForge story, you would be instructed to seek your nearest style book and edit this thing.
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Tuesday<BR>Open Source People

Author: JT Smith By: Julie BresnickAll the World is Not Just a Stage All the World is Not Just a Stage I'm sorry, I just think technology news is so boring. Stocks go up, stocks go down. Companies marry. A new product! Big deal. Probably the only things more boring are the parties. Thank...
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Review: Gnome Office stacks up against Windows

Author: JT Smith LinuxOrbit.com reviews the Gnome Office suite, favorably comparing its features to Microsoft Office. Category: Linux
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GNOME Office, how far along are we?

Author: JT Smith Tony Granata writes: LinuxOrbit.com's Editor-in-chief John Gowin compares GNOME Office suite of applications against Microsoft Office. Category: Linux
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