The Sabayon Linux team has announced the release of the third beta of Sabayon. Codenamed Sunshine, this release has a long list of feature enhancements and, of course, a few bugs that will need squashing before a final release.
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VIA Technologies, Inc, a manufacturer of x86 processor platforms, has launched a new Web portal dedicated to Open Source driver development. At this initial launch, only drivers for “Ubuntu 8.04 LTS and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 Service Pack 1 for the VIA CN896 chipset with two south bridge options” have been posted on the site.
Anaconda is the installer used in Fedora, Redhat, and other Fedora- or Redhat-derived Linux distribution. It is a fairly sophisticated installer, but still lacks some advanced features. It is expected that some, if not all, of the advanced features will be included in the Anaconda that will ship with the soon to be released Fedora 9.
The KOffice suite is one of several Open Source Office application suites available for users of Linux and BSD operating systems. Although not as well known or as popular as OpenOffice.org, KOffice boasts practically the same features as OpenOffice.org. It is the de facto Office suite for the KDE desktop environment. The latest news form the KOffice team pertains to [...]
KDE is the one of the leading desktop environments. It is available on Linux as well as other operating systems. In this article, we feature excerpts of an interview with Matthias Ettrich, the founder of KDE. Matthias is currently employed by Trolltech ASA, working as a Qt coder. This interview was originally featured on EFYtimes.
Techworld has published a lengthy interview with Jim Zemlin, the Executive Director of the Linux Foundation. It’s a pretty comprehensive interview, touching upon issues like interoperability with other platform, cross platform and licensing, and virtualization. Jim Zemlin, by the way, is the boss of Linus Torvalds, the founder of the Linux kernel.
Macedonia, a small land-locked country in eastern Europe, has been using Linux and Open Source applications in its Ministry of Finance since 2001. The decision to use Open Source operating systems and applications has resulted in significant cost savings to the Ministry.
Solothurn, a swiss canton located about 35km north of Bern, plans to conclude its ongoing migration of 2000 desktops to Debian GNU/Linux. The migration, which began in 2006 and is about half completed, is another example of the extent that Linux and other Open Source operating systems and applications are gradually gaining acceptance.
KDE 4 is seen by many to be the next big step on the free software desktop, while others think releasing 4.0 in its current condition was misleading and a mistake. Either way, it’s an innovative release and inline with Fedora’s goal of providing the latest and greatest free software it is set to be the default KDE environment in [...]
“Nokia and Trolltech ASA today announced that they have entered into an agreement that Nokia will make a public voluntary tender offer to acquire Trolltech. Trolltech has its headquarters in Oslo, Norway, and Nokia is based in Finland. The obvious question is now is, what has this got to do with Android? We promised to bring you only Android-related news, [...]