Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
A group of companies are working to create a $100 laptop that could be distributed to the impoverished around the globe. Michael Evans, is overseeing the involvement Red Hat spoke with staff writer Jonathan B. Cox.
My name is Henry the Adequate, and I am a superhero.
Now that I am also a computer expert it is only right that I share my experience with those less fortunate, who do not have access to the powers of my enormous brain. To that end I present my first distro review...
A recent survey by IMRB for Network Magazine's Infrastructure Strategies 2005 found that many enterprises have already made considerable investments in open source.
Is your business ready to take the open source plunge? We test five leading desktop Linux distributions and come up with one winner.
Once again Phoronix and OSDir are keeping us up-to-date with the latest on what our favorite distros are looking like. This time they have posted screenshots of MEPIS SimplyMEPIS v3.4-1 RC1.
Kanotix 2005-04-RC17 was released a few days ago and tuxmachines is running really behind in their reviews. However, this was one I wanted to make sure I completed. I've reviewed several distros that are based on Kanotix and the time was right to finally review the source. However, if I really want to get down to where the rubber meets the road, I'm going to have to review Knoppix. Saving that for another time, today we look at Kanotix 2005-04-RC17.
The Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) has filed a request with the European Union asking to get involved in an EU antitrust suit against Microsoft.
We all have our dirty little secrets some more sordid than others. I came out of the closet, so to speak, in my last column, describing how I had yet to board the Linux mothership despite writing for an open source magazine.
If Microsoft is the big cat prowling the Serengeti of software with its Windows operating system, companies that promote Linux are playing the part of elk, banding together in protective herds.
With Thanksgiving upon us, let’s look at some of the open source tools and applications for which Linux pros are most thankful.
Q3 2005 marked the tenth consecutive quarter of growth for the global server market. Growth of the Linux server sales continued to outpace Windows systems.
LinuxPlanet: Mark, is the command line dead?
No, not at all. For some people, for some tasks, it is easier and more straightforward to use a graphical interface.
For those who still believe that running Windows instead of Linux is cheaper or more cost effective let me give you a real world scenario I discovered today.