Saturday, August 13, 2005

[Osdir-daily] CarPC: The Coolest Car in the World

I am throwing up this page because I have yet to see a decent LINUX based CarPC
that shows the potential of what can be achieved if the effort is put forth. I
have spent the last month or so tweaking the software as well as fabricating
the LCD and controls to the point where I am satisfied with the result.

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[Osdir-daily] LAMP's Dark Side

Seven years on, with Kunze's thesis well proven, the LAMP acronym has been
co-opted by the marketing department of at least one of the LAMP constituents
to stand for an altogether different proposition;

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[Osdir-daily] StarOffice 8 Faces Delays, MS Pressure

A British executive for Sun said on Friday that the release date for the
company's StarOffice 8 suite would now be September 12, almost two months later
than originally anticipated.

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[Osdir-daily] LAMP's Dark Side

Seven years on, with Kunze's thesis well proven, the LAMP acronym has been
co-opted by the marketing department of at least one of the LAMP constituents
to stand for an altogether different proposition;

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[Osdir-daily] Debian start-up seeks new funding

Progeny, a start-up seeking to commercialize the Debian version of Linux, is on
the prowl for new funding, a company co-founder has confirmed.

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[Osdir-daily] GPL Draft Faces Challenges, Linux Insiders Warn

Supporters of the next GNU General Public License are girding for an onslaught
of comment and controversy, but they remain confident that the open-source
community will survive and be made stronger for the effort.

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[Osdir-daily] Silk Collaboration Framework v1.0

Silk is an open source platform that can be deployed along side most existing
collaboration applications or business processes, such as email clients, IM
programs and document management applications. Due to its open nature, Silk
contains features that are deemed valuable by the users themselves. Silk
provides a rich set of collaborative functions seamlessly integrated together
resulting in "data in context."

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[Osdir-daily] Linux Continues To Stir Interest At Server Level

A recent report shows Linux failing to gain much traction on the desktop. But
continued interest at the server level continues to spur vendor investment,
particularly in e-mail access and databases.

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[Osdir-daily] Symantec gussies up high-end apps for Linux

Veritas - er, Symantec rather - has upgraded its server and storage management
products to put versions of the software meant for Linux on equal footing with
Unix code.

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[Osdir-daily] Open Source Gets Quality Control Systems

Evans Data Corporation released a study which predicts fast growth for Asia-Pac
open source. The survey, in which more than 400 developers throughout the
region weighed in, indicates that 47 percent of the respondents plan on
increasing their use of open source in the next year.

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In 'Cookie' Fight, It's Not Clear Who's Winning

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Internet users are taking back control of their computers, and online marketers and publishers are not pleased. But they do not quite know what to do about their conundrum, if it is a conundrum, since they cannot even agree on that. Until recently, Internet businesses could track their users freely, using so-called cookies, tiny text files they secretly embed on the surfer's hard drive.
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Open Source Gets Quality Control Systems

[Keywords Matched: Linux Apple Windows Microsoft Java "Open source"]
It's been another whirlwind week in the open source world, as we saw some significant developments in accountability and watched the pundits once again slip on the glove and pummel each other over IP and business models. In the CTO "peace-of-mind" department, there were two encouraging developments. First, a consortium of groups, lead by Carnegie Mellon, have launched an open-source software ratings system.
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Is Mighty Mouse Right for You?

[Keywords Matched: Linux Apple Windows Microsoft Java "Open source"]
Shopping for a computer mouse is often too much like shopping for shoes: We're lured into choosing fashion over comfort. This is a mistake that can quite literally become a pain in the neck. Or the wrists. Or the shoulders. Speaking from personal experience, I've learned the hard way where bad keyboard and mouse habits can lead: to sudden and painful outbreak of tendonitis in my right wrist, thankfully now over. So that made me especially interested in Apple's new Mighty Mouse for its Macintosh computers, unveiled last week at $49.
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Real Simple Syndication (RSS) -- the technology used to create feeds of
information directly to a user from Web sites and blogs -- is in its
nascent stages of development, but it's one marketers should be taking a
hard look at as a future vehicle for their wares.

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Following the footsteps of rivals and possibly laying the groundwork for
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its news search product -- which has been in beta form for the better
part of two years. Google added RSS (Really Simple Syndication) and Atom
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Amazon.com has agreed to pay US$40 million to settle a year-old patent
infringement lawsuit just days before the case was set to go to trial.
Amazon will make the one-time payment to Soverain Software of Chicago.
In exchange, Soverain agreed to drop all claims that Amazon violated
five of its "core e-commerce technology" patents.

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The Web has been one of the fastest growing sales channels for multi-
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While the Blu-ray Disc Association did not mention superiority over the
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Sun Growing Significantly Overseas

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It takes patience to find the best solitaire
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One of the original Windows selling points was that it included a
version of solitaire, the centuries-old, time-filling card game. Later,
in the mid-1990s, several critics told me Linux would never catch on
unless it, too, included solitaire. Now, of course, solitaire has been
part of the KDE and GNOME desktops for so long that most users can't
remember not having it. So okay, everyone has solitaire, which leads us
to the burning question of the day: "Which has the best built-in
version of solitaire: Windows XP, GNOME, or KDE?"

Rachel App: Linux music geek
http://software.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=05/08/04/2014227&from=rss

Rachel App is a renaissance woman whose interests are shared mostly by
men and not other women. She's an independent label singer, songwriter,
musician, and Linux geek who uses a variety of open source applications
to record and enhance her music.

Review: Neuros MPEG-4 Recorder
http://entertainment.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=05/08/04/1856204&from=rss

Most set-top digital personal video recorders (PVRs) cost anywhere from
several hundred to more than a thousand dollars. The Neuros MPEG-4
Recorder is a much lower-priced PVR, but the reduced cost carries its
own price: it can't do nearly as much as its more expensive hard drive-
and DVD-based competitors, such as TiVo, ReplayTV, and UltimateTV.

#======= NEWSVAC =======#
Linux Laptop Survey Exceeded 4,000 Reports
http://os.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=05/08/12/2314255&from=rss

Werner Heuser writes "TuxMobil has got a burst in Linux laptop and
notebook installation report submissions recently. Since February more
than 1,000 installation reports have been submitted. Today the number
of reports exceeded 4,000. Contributors from all over the world are
providing tips and tricks to get Linux and other UniX flavors running
on almost any laptop model starting from ELKS Linux on laptops with 286
CPU to 64bit distributions on machines equipped with AMD64.

Leading Qt GUI Test Tool Squish 2.0 beta1 released
http://newsvac.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=05/08/12/2313254&from=rss

Reginald Stadlbauer writes "Hamburg, Germany - 2005-08-12 froglogic
GmbH today announced the availability of a first beta of Squish 2.0,
the new version of the most advanced automated GUI testing framework
for Qt applications.

Microsoft acquires Vista Trademarks in Germany
http://newsvac.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=05/08/12/2259208&from=rss

Anonymous Reader writes "In Germany no opposition is foreseen to
‘Vista’, the name of the new operating system from Microsoft. The
trademark ‘vista’ which was registered in the German Trademark Register
and stood as the only serious obstacle to the software giant, has
already been secured by the company for itself. In the package : Both
domains ‘vista.de’ and ‘vistacom.de’ as well as the trademark
‘Vistacom’ and the picture trademark ‘V’ as is reported today by the
online magazine for trademark holders, Markenbusiness."

MD5 flaw pops up in Australian traffic court
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Suspected flaws in a computer algorithm have invalidated a fine issued
by a speed camera in Australia.

Resolvo Systems Launches MoveOver Enterprise
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Alicia Loh Siew Keng writes "Resolvo Systems Launches MoveOver™
Enterprise, an essential System Integrator tool for Large Scale
Windows®-to-Linux Desktop Migration. MoveOver Enterprise challenges
notion that migration cost increases TCO for mass migration of
Windows-to-Linux Desktops"

Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard
http://newsvac.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=05/08/12/1911219&from=rss

Anonymous Reader writes "Another product that Logitech added to its
product line is a new gaming keyboard, codenamed G15. The G15 gaming
keyboard features 18 programmable "G Keys" that you can use in games
such as World of Warcraft and instantly cast spells on opponents with
the press of a single button. What’s interesting is that you can
instantly save macros with a single keystroke without having to deal
with software or exiting the game. You can also atake the functionality
of the keyboard a step further and lock the Windows keys, so you don’t
accidentally quit the game."

Perens: Torvalds' patent pool is useless
http://newsvac.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=05/08/12/194240&from=rss

Open source activist Bruce Perens has dismissed as inadequate a new IP
initiative backed by Linus Torvalds. The Open Source Development Labs'
(OSDL) patent commons project is intended to provide patent protection
to open source developers.

Logitech G7 Laser Cordless Mouse
http://newsvac.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=05/08/12/192230&from=rss

Anonymous Reader writes "Logitech adds another gaming mouse to its
extended list today. The Logitech G7 Laser Cordless mouse is designed
for gamers that want the ultimate best gaming peripherals money can
buy. The G7 features a 2000dpi laser engine that delivers images at 6.4
megapixels per second. Logitech continues the trend with its 2.4GHz
wireless connectivity functionality, but enhances the strength by five
times to "bulletproof" the connection."

New web database applications builder for Linux
http://newsvac.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=05/08/12/1856222&from=rss

vs writes "Awaresoft has released Aware IM - a software for business
professionals and developers who want to create web database
applications without programming. Works with MySQL, Derby and other
databases.

Intel to detail next-gen chip design
http://newsvac.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=05/08/12/138237&from=rss

Intel will unveil its next-generation processor architecture in just
under two weeks' time, the chip giant said today.

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Cube Goodies: Slide Rules
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Computing: Stingray Firewall
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Gadgets: Scrolling LED Belt Buckle
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Cube Goodies: Neverlate 7-day Alarm Clock
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Cube Goodies: Pirates of the Revolution Game
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Cube Goodies: Surefire Slingshot
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Other Apparel: The ThinkGeek 'Ties Suck' Tie
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Gadgets: Swedish FireSteel
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Cube Goodies: Polarity - Magnetic Boardgame
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Tshirts: STFU University
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Tshirts: I see dead pixels.
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Other Apparel: Fuze Necklace
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Cube Goodies: Tagball - Indoor Paintball Simulator
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Cube Goodies: Marvel Laser Cels
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Gadgets: Design a Hologram Kit
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Cube Goodies: Vapo-Blaster
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Books: MAKE Magazine, Vol 1
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