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Yellow Dog Linux 4.0 RC 1 Released

By Staff Staff | Aug 06, 2004 at 12:28 PM

Loveland, Colorado — 4 August 2004 — Terra Soft Solutions®, Inc., the leading developer of integrated PowerPC Linux solutions, is pleased to announce delivery of Yellow Dog Linux™ v4.0 RC1 through Enhanced accounts.

Free Corporate Linux Set for Test Phase

By Staff Staff | Aug 06, 2004 at 12:27 PM

A test version of UserLinux, a product intended to give corporate customers the utility of Red Hat Linux but not its price tag, is set for release at the start of September.

The Music Man

By Staff Staff | Jun 17, 2004 at 5:22 PM

Steve Jobs, chief executive officer of Apple Computer Inc., was the first rock star of the technology business. In 1977, with his partner Steve Wozniak, he developed the first successful mass-market personal computer, the Apple II. Then, in 1984, he reinvented the personal computer by leading the development of the Macintosh.

HelixPlayer Goes Beta

By Staff Staff | Jun 17, 2004 at 5:07 PM

Helix Player and RealPlayer [for Linux and other Unixes] have reached Beta. You can get them at Real's web site.

HP Seals Open Source E-mail Deal

By Staff Staff | Jun 17, 2004 at 4:52 PM

Hewlett-Packard has signed an agreement to sell Sendmail's e-mail software, the latest move by the longtime Microsoft ally to also woo open-source players. Releases X11R6.7

By Staff Staff | Apr 07, 2004 at 11:59 PM

an Francisco, CA., April 6, 2004 - X.Org Foundation today announces their
first release of the X Window System since the formation of the Foundation in
January of this year. The new X.Org release, called X Window System Version
11 Release 6.7 (X11R6.7), builds on the work of the X.Org X11R6.6 and
XFree86TM Project Inc. V4.4RC2 releases to combine many of the latest
developments from a large number of the participants and companies working
with the X Window community. The X Window System X11R6.7 release can be found

Panther Secrets Declassified

By Staff Staff | Apr 07, 2004 at 8:05 PM

With all the buried features and subtle changes hidden away in OS X 10.3 (alias: Panther), you'd think that Steve Jobs were running a covert operation. Sure, you know about Exposé and Fast User Switching — but look deeper, and you'll find that there's much more to this cat than meets the eye.

New Fink Binary Installer Released

By Staff Staff | Apr 07, 2004 at 8:00 PM

The Fink Project has released an update for Fink Binary Installer, bringing it to version 0.7.0 and 0.6.3. Fink Binary Installer is a utility designed for open sourced software development. The update features an improved package manager.

Corel to test WordPerfect for Linux

By Staff Staff | Apr 03, 2004 at 1:16 AM

A Corel representative said the company's online store will begin selling a “proof-of-concept” Linux-native version of WordPerfect on April 15. “This pilot project is designed to determine the feasibility of developing future Linux versions of WordPerfect or WordPerfect Office,” the representative said.

PalmSource Drops Mac Sync

By Staff Staff | Feb 13, 2004 at 4:20 PM

In a surprise announcement at the developer conference, PalmSource revealed that Palm OS Cobalt will no longer offer synchronization with the Mac OS. This marks a departure as previous versions of the Palm OS had long shipped with Mac compatible hotsync software. update: PalmSource has issued a statement clarifying their position on the issue.

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