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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Attachmate says openSUSE lives, UNIX copyrights not sold to MS - 0 views

    [A lot of unanswered questions lingered after Attachmate announced that it has negotiated an agreement to acquire Linux vendor Novell earlier this month. The company has since issued official statements to clear up several notable points of concern. Attachmate intends to continue developing the SUSE platform and will support the community-driven openSUSE project. The company has also confirmed that it has retained the UNIX copyrights, the intellectual property at the heart of the SCO dispute. ...]
Janos Haits

Good OS - gOS and Cloud operating systems - 9 views

    Browser + Operating System\nWe've combined simple design and sophisticated technology to create Cloud, one of the world's simplest operating systems for surfing the web, email, and chat.\nCloud is a web browser plus operating system, enabling the browser to perform everything that the desktop is able to perform.
Paul Merrell

Ashutosh Sharma: Adobe AIR for Linux Beta is out! - 0 views

  • We just released the beta version of Adobe AIR for Linux on Adobe Labs! This Labs release of AIR has all features implemented for Linux, except support for DRM and badge installations. Major new features include support for system tray icons, keyboard shortcuts, localization, internationalized input (IME support), filetype registration, SWF and PDF in HTML, multi-monitor support, fullscreen mode, encrypted local storage, support for V4L2 cameras and printing. The list of supported distributions has also been updated to: 1. Ubuntu 7.10 2. Fedora 8 3. OpenSuSE 10.3
Paul Merrell

Ubuntu Goes Enterprise - - Business Technology Leadership - 0 views

  • Canonical, Ubuntu's parent company, is finally taking serious action on its long-announced plans to become a serious enterprise Linux player. The Isle of Man-based Linux distributor isn't just targeting data center servers, although that's on its list.
  • The plan is for VARs (value added resellers) and system integrators to brand the complete package under their own names.
    Ubuntu Enterprise to ship with Zimbra, Alfresco, and Unison in easy-to-install packages, plus IBM Notes-related collaboration software packages.
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