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MandrakeSoft Chapter 11 like exit plan filed  View Printable Version 
Friday, March 05 2004 @ 11:05 PM CST
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Mandrake LinuxThe court appointed Administrator has filed the "redressement judiciaire" (Chapter 11 like) exit plan for the company.

The plan proposes the repayment of 4.1 million euros of liabilities over a 9 year period without interest. Of this, 3.3 million euros is exigible and 0.8 million euros is conditional upon certain events. The plan allows Mandrakesoft to repay its liabilities from revenues without raising additional capital. The Court will rule on the plan in the coming weeks.

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Mandrakelinux 10.0 Community!  View Printable Version 
Thursday, March 04 2004 @ 01:07 PM CST
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Mandrake LinuxFrom MandrakeSoft:

The new version of Mandrakelinux provides many new great features and is available for download right now for contributors and Mandrakeclub Members, and as a DVD set available for pre-order at Mandrakestore. Public ISOs will be available a bit later.

Discover all Mandrakelinux 10.0 features, including the new kernel 2.6 integration, MagicDev and others on the feature page.

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Newbies take on LiveCDs; everybody wins  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, March 02 2004 @ 08:38 AM CST
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General NewsFrom Linux.com:

With Linux appearing more frequently in the press and on TV, people are becoming more curious about it. They are still reluctant to leave their comfortable Windows world, but they are curious. Enter LiveCD Linux -- a CD with a full Linux operating system that runs completely from the CD without the need to install anything on the hard drive. Taking ten people who never used Linux before and who have only basic computer skills, I set out to run several LiveCDs through some informal tests.

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The People Behind KDE: Aaron Seigo  View Printable Version 
Monday, March 01 2004 @ 11:26 PM CST
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KDE At The People Behind KDE this week an interview with the man who represents what working and contributing to a project like KDE stands for. He is outspoken, always helpful, has broad view of things that KDE needs and it's future, he is passionate about politics and social issues. He is from Cowtown, in The Great White North: Canada's own Aaron Seigo!

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How to Use GIMP: #3 - Framing Photos and Images  View Printable Version 
Thursday, February 26 2004 @ 04:11 PM CST
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The Gimp

Learn how to use The GIMP's powerful layer and pattern tools by framing a digital photograph in the digital darkroom of MozillaQuest Magazine's (mozillaquest.com) Mike Angelo. This tutorial is based upon GIMP 1.3. Thus it also is applicable to GIMP 2.0 and in effect previews GIMP 2.0. You can apply the basic skills, elements, and principles that you learn in this tutorial to edit and manipulate photos, clipart, scanned images and other digital graphics with The GIMP. You also can use the GIMP to design and create all sorts of stunning computer graphics and images from scratch. GIMP is an excellent, pixel-based, image manipulation and editing program. It's free and open source software. GIMP is a cross-platform (XP) program for the BSD, Linux, UNIX, Mac, and Microsoft Windows platforms. GIMP looks and feels much like Adobe Photoshop. Unlike Photoshop, GIMP is free and does not need to be registered or activated. The GIMP 1.3/2.0 desktop and UI make GIMP as easy to use as Photoshop, perhaps even easier. Think of the GIMP and Photoshop as similar software products of comparable quality.

Check MozillaQuest.com for the full story and links!

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9.2 AMD64 for silver members, PWP 9.2.1 for standard members  View Printable Version 
Monday, February 23 2004 @ 10:25 AM CST
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Mandrake LinuxMandrake Linux 9.2 for AMD64 is now available with BitTorrent (4 CDs) for silver members. Most of the i586 RPMs are compatible with that release and you will see that this edition is on the average 20% faster than a traditionnal 32-bit system. In addition, AMD64 users will find new commercial RPMs as new NVidia drivers, updated Java RunTime Environment and j2sdk 1.4.2 RPMs.

And, the three first ISOs of a new Powerpack 9.2.1 release include all official updates -- some packages built for the Club such as Gaim 0.74 (which now supports MSN messenger), the latest Mozilla 1.5, and a new OpenOffice with additional patches and improvements.

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New VoIP choices for Linux  View Printable Version 
Saturday, February 21 2004 @ 07:10 AM CST
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Open SourceFrom Open:

Free at last: Business communicators can get to know the wonders, wallops, and weaknesses of soft phones by downloading free Linux soft phone from telephony whiz-kids, Zultys Technologies. This week, find out what Zultys offers in telephony solutions for any business where mobility is required, plus honest observations about VoIP's technology kinks.

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A Computer Lab with No Windows, Part I  View Printable Version 
Thursday, February 19 2004 @ 06:14 PM CST
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General NewsFrom Linux Journal:

Sisler High school is the largest high school in Manitoba, with approximately 1,600 students and 120 staff members on campus. The school offers many computer courses at different levels, ranging from computer programming and office skills to vocational subjects, such as trouble-shooting personal computers, networking and advanced operating systems. In 2002, due to a letter from CAAST (Canadian Alliance Against Software Theft), the school spent more than $50,000 to make sure we had all the necessary licenses for our software.

I have been using and teaching Linux on both the high school and university levels since the mid 1990s. I have set up a variety of Linux servers for a variety of purposes: Web server, shell accounts, Java/C++ programming, routers, as well as HA (high availability) clusters and Beowulf clusters.

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MySQL boosts big business  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, February 18 2004 @ 08:17 PM CST
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Open SourceFrom Open:

This week, Open magazine discovers a sure example of what happens when a smart startup builds a business on sweat, good ideas, and a LAMP unto its feet. We talk to the executive VP of iStockphoto, who not only uses MySQL but unashamedly drops its name as the company's database of choice to impress partners who, like his team, are impressed with all MySQL can do.

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UT2004 Demo for AMD64 Available  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, February 17 2004 @ 11:03 PM CST
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GamesFrom LinuxGames:

That tirelessly coding fairy godmother of the Linux gaming community, Ryan "icculus" Gordon, has posted news that a 64-bit native version of the UT2004 demo (see our previous post) for AMD's AMD64 line of processors is now available. This package includes both the client and the dedciated server. Ryan cautions people to consider several factors when evaluating the AMD64 build. The compilers/drivers on this architecture aren't nearly as mature as you might be used to on a 32-bit system, so don't be too critical about performance just yet. If you don't have an Opteron, Athlon64, or Athlon FX processor then this build is useless to you. If you don't have a 64-bit operating system, then this build is useless to you. And, finally, there are reports of system lockups and reboots when running this binary: you have been warned. In short, you probably shouldn't be running this on your company's mission-critical webserver.

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