libferris Syncing a libferris filesystem with an XML file or databaseNov 12, 2008
With libferris, FUSE, and rsync, you can synchronize a filesystem with a dissimilar data source.more »
Interview with Sun's Chief Open Source Officer Simon Phipps About MySQL, Java, OpenJDK and moreOct 03, 2008
Simon Phipps is responsible for about 750 Open Source projects at Sun Microsystems. Linux Magazine Online spoke with the British developer about topics such as Java and the newly acquired MySQL.
Fully Automated Nagios (FAN) is a CD distribution that should simplify the installation of Nagios along with numerous tools on a network monitoring server. FAN 1.0 is the current version.more »
British company Simplexo now offers an open source search engine by the same name, targeted for enterprises. It promises cross-enterprise data searches in a mouse click.more »
Video: Programming Django, part 4 Programming with the Python Django web frameworkSep 09, 2008
Part 4 of the video workshop with Douglas Napoleonemore »
Video: Programming Django, part 3 Programming with the Python Django web frameworkSep 09, 2008
Part 3 of the video workshop with Douglas Napoleonemore »
Video: Programming Django, part 2 Programming with the Python Django web frameworkSep 09, 2008
Part 2 of the video workshopmore »
Workspace: OOo with MySQL Creating a notebook application with OpenOffice and MySQLJul 10, 2008
You don’t need to be an expert to hook up OpenOffice Writer with a MySQL database.more »
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FOSS community acts to protect freedom of choice for laptop devices.
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Authorities in 16 countries take action against users of the imfamous BlackShades malware tool.