• ownCloud Rides High on the Wings of FOSS

    Updated: 2013-01-30 20:38:54
    ownCloud is yet another open source business success story.

  • Maarten Balliauw: Running unit tests when deploying to Windows Azure Web Sites

    Updated: 2013-01-30 16:25:20
    : : News Feed Jobs Feed Sections Tutorials Books Events Talks Jobs News Archive Maarten Balliauw : Running unit tests when deploying to Windows Azure Web Sites MaltBlue.com : Zend Framework 2 ServiceManager Web Application Development Simplified Community News : Packagist Latest Releases for 01.30.2013 Community News : Latest Releases from PHPClasses.org Aaron Pollock : Setting up a PHP development environment on a VPS Brandon Savage : When To Write Bad Code Symfony Blog : Symfony Live 2013 tour : time to start the new season PHPMaster.com : Dependency Injection with Pimple Community News : Packagist Latest Releases for 01.29.2013 Community News : Latest PECL Releases for 01.29.2013 Maarten : Balliauw Running unit tests when deploying to Windows Azure Web Sites by Chris Cornutt January 30,

  • MaltBlue.com: Zend Framework 2 ServiceManager - Web Application Development Simplified

    Updated: 2013-01-30 15:17:58
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  • Professional Audio Production on Linux

    Updated: 2013-01-30 14:30:22
    Linux high-end audio is a feast of riches.

  • Programming Android Motion Sensors

    Updated: 2013-01-29 17:30:13
    Take advantage of Android's wealth of sensors and control your Android phone by motion and position.

  • Google offers exploit bounties for Pwn2Own and Pwnium

    Updated: 2013-01-29 16:06:00
    At the CanSecWest conference, Google is sponsoring the Pwn2Own challenge as well as putting up $3.14159 million for hackers who find exploits in Chrome OS for its own Pwnium competitionGoo...

  • Schulz: The meaning of the 4.0

    Updated: 2013-01-29 14:41:49
    Charles H. Schulz Looks forward to the LibreOffice 4.0 release, currently planned for early February. "On a more abstract level, these changes also mark a more radical departure from the OpenOffice.org codebase, and it is now becoming quite difficult to just assume that because OpenOffice.org, Apache OpenOffice behave in one...

  • House panel demands answers regarding Swartz prosecution

    Updated: 2013-01-29 14:31:49
    Letter to Attorney General Eric Holder says committee has "many questions" about the Justice Department's handling of prosecution of the Internet activist, who committed suicide earlier this month. [Read more]...

  • ITU signs off on H.265 video standard

    Updated: 2013-01-29 14:19:49
    High Efficiency Video Coding said to need half the bit rate of H.264 The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has signed off on High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), a video compression standard expected to succeed the wildly popular H.264.…...

  • Development Release: Linux Deepin 12.12 Alpha

    Updated: 2013-01-29 14:10:49
    A preview version of Linux Deepin 12.12, a popular Chinese community distribution, has been unleashed for testing. This is the first version that ships with the brand new Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE), which replaces GNOME Shell as the default desktop. DDE along with its Deepin System Settings (DSS)....

  • QEMU 1.3.1 Brings In A Bunch Of Fixes

    Updated: 2013-01-29 14:04:49
    The first (and only planned) point release to QEMU 1.3 is now available. The QEMU 1.3.1 release fixes just over two dozen bugs, including critical issues for OpenBSD guests...

  • Aaron Pollock: Setting up a PHP development environment on a VPS

    Updated: 2013-01-29 06:57:50
    : : News Feed Jobs Feed Sections Tutorials Books Events Talks Jobs News Archive Aaron Pollock : Setting up a PHP development environment on a VPS Brandon Savage : When To Write Bad Code Symfony Blog : Symfony Live 2013 tour : time to start the new season PHPMaster.com : Dependency Injection with Pimple Community News : Packagist Latest Releases for 01.29.2013 Community News : Latest PECL Releases for 01.29.2013 PPI Framework Blog : Tutorial : GeoLocation with FourSquare and Google Maps Patrick Allaert : Composer : speeding up class autoloading 7PHP.com : PHP Interview With Paul Dragoonis CTO At BestBuys.com Phil Sturgeon : PHP 6 : Pissing in the Wind Aaron : Pollock Setting up a PHP development environment on a VPS by Chris Cornutt January 29, 2013 12:57:50 Aaron Pollock has posted a

  • Provision a New Linux Dev Environment in Nothing Flat with Puppet

    Updated: 2013-01-28 20:21:59
    With Puppet and Vagrant, you can automate creating a complete new development environment.

  • The H Roundup - Microsoft study, Firefox 18.0.1 and Mega security

    Updated: 2013-01-28 15:15:53
    In the week ending 26 January - Mozilla releases an update to Firefox 18, Vert.x heads to the Eclipse Foundation, Wikipedia moves to new servers, a controversial study surfaces, features coming in Linux 3.8 and Mega's security analysed...

  • A Philosophy To Suck Less

    Updated: 2013-01-28 15:04:43
    At times, I feel like I’m a bit on my own in my opinions of software. Most of it is too big, too bloated, and tries to do too many things while doing none of them well. I like to keep a minimalist approach to the servers I maintain, running only the software that I absolutely need, and nothing more. So, it feels like a breath of fresh air to find suckless.org, “software that sucks less”.

  • Poettering: The Biggest Myths

    Updated: 2013-01-28 14:42:44
    Lennart Poettering decided to refute a few systemd myths on his blog, where "a few" means "30". "There's certainly some truth in that. systemd's sources do not contain a single line of code originating from original UNIX. However, we drive inspiration from UNIX, and thus there's a ton of UNIX...

  • Linux 3.2 To 3.8 Kernels With Intel Ivy Bridge Graphics

    Updated: 2013-01-28 14:29:03
    With the Intel Haswell product launch coming up soon, here's a look at how the Intel "Ivy Bridge" HD 4000 graphics support has matured on the seven most recent Linux kernel releases. This benchmarking shows how the performance of the Intel DRM driver has changed between the Linux 3.2 kernel...

  • openSUSE Hiring Artist, Graphic Designer

    Updated: 2013-01-28 14:15:03
    Suse, the company behind openSUSE, has a job opening for artist/graphical designer.

  • Development Release: Elive 2.1.27 (Unstable)

    Updated: 2013-01-28 14:12:12
    A new public development release of Elive, a Debian-based distribution featuring a highly customised Enlightenment 0.17 desktop, is out and ready for testing: "The Elive team is proud to announce the release of development version 2.1.27. This version includes some miscellaneous features like: multiple improvements in Enlightenment 0.17....

  • Top 3 Linux Video Editors

    Updated: 2013-01-25 19:56:27
    Linux is a superior platform for high-end video production, and here are three of the best Linux video creation and editing programs.

  • It's a Great Time to Know Linux: "More Linux, More Money"

    Updated: 2013-01-25 18:36:33
    Dice this week released it's annual Salary Survey (2013-2012 Salary Survey) and the results were good news for everyone, showing the largest jump in tech salaries in more than a decade. But the news was especially sweet for Linux pro's.

  • Github Search Exposes Passwords

    Updated: 2013-01-25 16:12:14
    It's important to note that this is NOT a Github security issue. This is a BONEHEAD security issue.

  • Fedora Proposal To Use Cinnamon Desktop By Default

    Updated: 2013-01-25 16:03:22
    A new Fedora 19 feature proposal has surfaced, which is rather interesting but sure to spark controversy: replace the default GNOME Shell desktop with Cinnamon...

  • Open Recall: Retro browsing, fresh distributions and Linux gaming

    Updated: 2013-01-25 15:49:22
    In this edition of The H's Open Recall: retro browsing with NCSA Mosaic on Linux, Netrunner 12.12.1, Descent|OS 3.0.2, Half-Life on Linux, SystemRescueCd 3.3.0 and a first preview of the Consort Desktop Environment...

  • Unauthorized unlocking of smartphones becomes illegal Saturday

    Updated: 2013-01-25 15:46:22
    Feds mandate fidelity between carriers and users: New rule under DMCA outlaws unlocking new handsets without carrier permission. [Read more]...

  • openSUSE Dumps MySQL Makes MariaDB Default Database

    Updated: 2013-01-25 15:40:22
    The Fedora team earlier announced that they would be ditching the 'troubled' MySQL and move to MariaDB which was created by the founders of MySQL and is fully compatible with the database. A discussion was going on in the openSUSE teams about the default database.

  • Introducing the $99 Linux Supercomputer

    Updated: 2013-01-24 19:21:55
    There was a time in computing when performance increases could be had by designing a more complex processor or turning up the clock speed. Those days are largely behind us and the most common solution at present is to add more cores to a symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) system, but this has practical scaling limits and there are downsides to a one-size-fits-all processor architecture.

  • Google's Linux-based Chrome OS Advances from Joke to Best-seller

    Updated: 2013-01-24 16:46:37
    Google's Linux-based Chrome OS grows from an industry joke to a steadily-progressing success.

  • openSUSE 12.2 - 94,460 Downloads First 24

    Updated: 2013-01-24 16:11:36
    The exact number of Linux users has always been an illusive answer. Everybody wants to know, several have tried, but no one really knows how many people use Linux. But openSUSE knows how many people downloaded their 12.2 images in the first 24 hours after release. openSUSE usually sits around the fifth position in Distrowatch's Page Hit Ranking list getting around 1500 hits per day and it is occasionally included in...

  • Mozilla Lures Devs to Firefox OS With Shiny New Toys

    Updated: 2013-01-24 15:01:36
    The Mozilla Foundation on Tuesday announced that smartphones running its Firefox OS will be available to developers in February. The preview phones are being produced in collaboration with Geeksphone and Telefonica. The idea is to entice devs to create apps for the Firefox OS. "These devices have not been designed...

  • Alan Cox Calls Fedora 18 "The Worst Red Hat Distro"

    Updated: 2013-01-24 14:51:36
    Alan Cox, the venerable Linux kernel developer presently employed by Intel and an avid open-source enthusiast, has lashed out against the recent release of Fedora 18. Cox calls the new Fedora release, "the worst Red Hat distro I've ever seen." Alan ended up switching to Ubuntu as a result of...

  • Community Driven Ubuntu Phone Core Apps

    Updated: 2013-01-24 14:39:36
    When we announced Ubuntu for phones on the 2nd January, we also had a call for volunteers to help create the core applications that would be part of the platform. Like any phone OS we need to provide a calendar, calculator, email, social media apps and more...

  • Is this 3D-printed robot the first of thousands?

    Updated: 2013-01-24 14:31:36
    InMoov is an open-source DIY printable robot that can obey voice commands. It's slightly creepy, but at least it's cheap. [Read more]...

  • CrossOver 12.1 Ditches Wine-Mono

    Updated: 2013-01-24 14:19:36
    CodeWeavers announced the release of CrossOver 12.1 on Wednesday. This latest release of the popular Wine-based software gets rid of shipping Wine-Mono by default...

  • Do Linux Servers Need Antivirus?

    Updated: 2013-01-24 14:11:36
    Having your datacenter audited at the office can be a painful experience. One of the toughest is known by the initialism “PCI”, which stands for Payment Card Industry. The PCI audits are in-depth, and require several layers of security, logging, and documentation. Unfortunately, many of the requirements of such audits are derived from a Windows centric environment, and make little sense in a pure Linux system.

  • Wrap-up: Live Linux Q&A on Getting Started with Linux

    Updated: 2013-01-23 23:13:17
    We recently conducted a Live Linux Q&A on Facebook, which was our first in a new series of live Q&A opportunities with Linux experts hosted on The Linux Foundation's social channels. This debut Q&A featured Linux.com freelance contributor Carla Schroder, who answered questions about how to get started with Linux.

  • Puppet Labs gets $30M investment from VMware

    Updated: 2013-01-23 19:04:41
    VMware puts $30 million into the open source and enterprise configuration and management framework company, becoming its largest investor...

  • Open Source Skills Continue to Have Clout in the Job Market

    Updated: 2013-01-23 19:02:41
    Career site Dice.com is out with results from its 2013-2012 Salary Survey, which confirms that times are getting much better for people seeking technology-focused jobs. And, in particular, the results reflect a trend that we saw gaining pace last year, which is that skills with open source platforms and tools can greatly increase your likelihood of getting hired...

  • Open Source Cloud Fuels Tremendous Innovation

    Updated: 2013-01-23 16:48:01
    Open source is fueling rapid innovation in cloud technologies, just as it has fueled rapid innovation in computing since its beginnings.

  • PowerLinux Users Group: Founding Meeting

    Updated: 2013-01-23 04:01:12
    Every renaissance starts with one thing that you can point your finger at and say "that's where it all began." Sometimes you realize that moment while you are right in the middle of it, but most times you can't define it until well after it happens.

  • Professional Graphics Creation on Linux

    Updated: 2013-01-22 21:46:18
    Some of Linux's most brilliant crown jewels are professional-quality graphics-creation applications.

  • Linux Foundation Puts Out Linux 3.4 "LTSI" Kernel

    Updated: 2013-01-22 18:40:47
    From the Linux Foundation's Consumer Electronics Workgroup is a Linux 3.4 kernel that's part of their Long-Term Support Initiative. The LTSI Linux 3.4 kernel will be maintained for two years while back-porting some of the features of newer Linux kernel releases...

  • Please Join Us: The 100 Linux Tutorial Campaign

    Updated: 2013-01-21 19:42:14
    We know that the Linux community is growing. It's getting bigger every year as it moves across industries and geographies. Our Who Writes Linux paper documents each year the increasing number of contributors, sponsors and the pace of development. Only the collaborative development model can deliver and support this kind of rapid growth.

  • 30 Linux Kernel Developers in 30 Weeks: Paul McKenney

    Updated: 2013-01-21 16:21:17
    Today we celebrate the completion of our 30 Linux Kernel Developers in 30 Weeks series. We've talked to 30 of the world's best developers over the last eight months in an effort to learn more about how the world's largest collaborative development project works. We've also learned a lot of details about what makes these amazing people tick and what advice they have for people who want to get involved.

  • Weekend Project: Becoming a Linux Expert

    Updated: 2013-01-18 17:48:36
    A beginner's guide to becoming a Linux expert.

  • Debian Wheezy Local Git Server With Git Lite Workflow

    Updated: 2013-01-18 14:59:01
    Debian Wheezy Local Git Server With Git Lite Workflow This howto describes a shared local git [1] server setup for a small team. This is a repository layout that is familiar to anyone used to working with a traditional version control system. One of the tutorial objectives is to show...

  • Open Math: An argument for spatial and visual learning

    Updated: 2013-01-18 14:51:01
    A hole exists in primary and secondary education that open math can fill. isual mathematics, spatial or visual reasoning, or the application of mathematics to nature is seldom included in math curriculums or public schools. This gives me math angst because spatial thinking in particular is crucial to many jobs from uilders and London cabbies to astrophysists and should be more...

  • Hardware Hacks: Raspberry Pi arcade, Radio-4-Matic, PirateBox

    Updated: 2013-01-18 14:46:01
    In this edition of The H's Hardware Hacks, GitHub's make-me 3D printing server, the Radio-4-Matic, how to build a mini arcade with a Raspberry Pi, and the PirateBox...

  • LibreOffice 4 call hails new branding artwork

    Updated: 2013-01-18 14:36:01
    The members of the Document Foundation, the organisation behind LibreOffice called to the larger open source community to submit artwork to be used as the new branding with the release of LibreOffice 4, which is due early in February 2013.

  • There's Talk Again About Btrfs For Fedora

    Updated: 2013-01-18 14:28:01
    In earlier Fedora Linux releases there was generally a desire with having Btrfs become the default file-system. It's generally proposed to make the next-generation Linux file-system the default in Fedora, but every time in the end the idea has been dropped. With Fedora 19 due in mid-2013, Btrfs for Fedora...

  • Stable kernels 3.7.3, 3.4.26, 3.0.59, and

    Updated: 2013-01-18 14:19:01
    Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of the 3.7.3, 3.4.26, and 3.0.59 stable kernels. As is usual, they contain fixes throughout the tree. In addition, Paul Gortmaker has released the stable kernel with yet another set of fixes all over the tree. Users of 2.6.34 should note that there...

  • Congressman touts draft bill aimed at mobile app privacy

    Updated: 2013-01-18 14:11:01
    U.S. Representative Hank Johnson unveils a draft bill that would require developers to disclose how they gather personal data and let users delete all their stored data. [Read more]...

  • Ubuntu Phone Looks Like The Future Of Computing

    Updated: 2013-01-18 14:01:01
    Canonical is nothing if not brave. From radically modifying the user interface of Ubuntu Desktop, to pushing into the television market, Canonical is driving Ubuntu far beyond its beginnings as just another Linux distro. With their latest push, an android and iPhone competitor, Ubuntu is skating to where they puck is going to be.

  • Redirect HTTPS to HTTP for Any Homepage

    Updated: 2013-01-18 00:24:39
    Activo Magento Development and POS Integration Magento Development . Design . . Integration 888 897-7775 Magento Extensions Runway : Magento Integration with RunIt POS Activo Bulk Images Magento Extension Activo Search Refinement Magento Extension Services Magento Development Ektron Development Web Development How To Videos About Contact Us Privacy Policy Blog Web Development , Website Speed You are : here Home Web Development Redirect HTTPS to HTTP for Any Homepage 17 Jan 2013 Redirect HTTPS to HTTP for Any Homepage Recently there was a saddle change with all modern browsers . As of a few months ago , most major browsers which include Internet Explorer , FireFox and Chrome will now prefer HTTPS over HTTP if you partially fill out the domain name and hit ENTER . Most websites will load

  • Linux System Hogs and Child Processes

    Updated: 2013-01-17 22:41:25
    The ps command is a fast way to see who's hogging system resources, and who is doing exactly what on your Linux computer.

  • RHEL 5.9 clones arrive from CentOS and Oracle

    Updated: 2013-01-17 17:20:22
    As usual, the clones of the commercial Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.9 are available free of charge. Meanwhile, a Red Hat employee has analysed the security fixes that were issued for RHEL 5.9...

  • GitHub passes 3 million users milestone

    Updated: 2013-01-17 16:31:00
    The code sharing and project hosting site built on Git, Linus Torvald's distributed version control system, now has over three million registered users...

  • Fedora 18 KDE Review, From A Desktop User's POV

    Updated: 2013-01-17 16:25:00
    I would refrain from making any judgment about Fedora. Depending of what you are looking for in an OS, I would suggest you to try Fedora and give it at least a week before making any decision. You should try Fedora just for the new installer ;-)...

  • Aaron's Law hopes to blunt US computer crime law

    Updated: 2013-01-17 16:15:00
    A US Representative who sits on the House Judiciary Committee is proposing "Aaron's Law": a change to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to halt the overly broad interpretation of the act by prosecutors and a tribute to activist Aaron Swartz...

  • Android Programming for Beginners: User Menus

    Updated: 2013-01-16 16:21:36
    Create a list with multiple choices for the user, and then make something happen when they click an item.

  • Samba conference will celebrate the release of Samba 4

    Updated: 2013-01-16 14:46:11
    The twelfth annual SambaXP conference is taking place in Göttingen, Germany from 14 to 17 May. The Call for Papers for the conference, which is mainly focused on topics relating to Samba 4, is now open...

  • NVIDIA Still Working On PRIME/DMA-BUF Contribution

    Updated: 2013-01-16 14:39:11
    Aaron Plattner at NVIDIA is still working on the open-source "PRIME Helpers" patches for the Linux kernel. This is work towards ultimately better handling PRIME/DMA-BUF for NVIDIA Optimus Technology on Linux...

  • How to install the MATE and Cinnamon desktops on Fedora 18

    Updated: 2013-01-16 14:31:11
    docmoreau Fedora 18 was released today, and among the promised new features are alternatives to the GNOME desktop in the form of MATE and Cinnamon. Fedora users who dislike the latest versions of GNOME may be disappointed to learn that it's still the only desktop environment that is installed by...

  • Long-delayed Fedora Linux 18 arrives at last

    Updated: 2013-01-16 14:19:11
    'Spherical Cow' brings updates for desktop, cloud, and more The latest version of the popular Fedora Linux distribution has finally been released, just one week later than the already-delayed ship date that was announced in November.…...

  • New 'Aaron's Law' aims to alter controversial computer fraud law

    Updated: 2013-01-16 14:12:11
    Silicon Valley congresswoman wants to change a 1984 law that was used to prosecute Internet activist Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide last week. [Read more]...

  • Recent Linux Happenings: Elive, Fedora 18, Slax

    Updated: 2013-01-16 14:02:11
    I've been out of commission for a few days and there have been several exciting Linux happening in that time. Elive is discovered to be still alive, and I'm not the only one who thinks...

  • 'Software Wars' the Movie: A Message to the Masses

    Updated: 2013-01-15 20:48:36
    There is a war for freedom going on that will determine the path of modern society.

  • Free Resource: A Manager's Guide to Building a Product with Embedded Linux

    Updated: 2013-01-15 19:35:12
    According to a 2012 survey of embedded engineers by both VDC Research and UBM Electronics, the use of Linux in embedded projects is increasing at a fast rate. UBM reported that some 35 percent of embedded developers are working on Linux projects and that number increases to 48 percent when Android is included.  

  • Gaming Like It's 1993

    Updated: 2013-01-15 14:41:33
    Two things happened in 1993: I attended my first year of college, and I played a lot of Scorched Earth...

  • How To Automatically Add A Disclaimer To Outgoing Emails With alterMIME (Postfix On Debian Squeeze)

    Updated: 2013-01-15 14:29:33
    How To Automatically Add A Disclaimer To Outgoing Emails With alterMIME (Postfix On Debian Squeeze) This tutorial shows how to install and use alterMIME. alterMIME is a tool that can automatically add a disclaimer to emails. In this article I will explain how to install it as a Postfix filter...

  • Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2012 videos posted

    Updated: 2013-01-15 14:22:33
    The folks at Free Electrons have posted videos from the talks given at the Embedded Linux Conference 2012 in Barcelona. While they were at it, they also posted videos from the embedded track at FOSDEM 2012; as they say, "better late than never."...

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