Do you own an old PC, like the ones that came with windows XP? Well, you don’t have to dump them just yet as they can be brought back to life with these lightweight Linux desktop environments.
It's been more than three months since the release of the previous BlackArch Linux ISO image, and the development team managed to add more than 100 new tools you can use for penetration testing and ethical hacking work.
NEW ORLEANS, LA- June 1, 2005 - The Fedora Project, a Red Hat-sponsored and community-supported, open source collaboration project, today announced at the Red Hat Summit the availability of Fedora Directory Server. By making Fedora Directory Server freely available to the open source development community, Red Hat is enabling and encouraging the development of secure, enterprise technologies and providing customers and partners with increased choice. The availability of Fedora Directory Server licensed under the GPL underscores Red Hat's true commitment to open source innovation.
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Linux moves closer to displacing Solaris in the enterprise.
LINUXWORLD, BOSTON—February 15, 2005—Red Hat, the leading provider of open source solutions to the enterprise, announced global availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux v.4 last night at a press conference hosted by Red Hat executives, partners and customers. This latest release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux enables enterprise organizations to realize the benefits of open source innovation throughout their IT environment, particularly in the areas of performance and security. Red Hat Enterprise Linux proves that Linux solutions can effectively eliminate for the need for Solaris in the enterprise.
On Tuesday, Sun Microsystems Inc. will announce that it will be using its newly minted Common Development and Distribution License open-source license for its long-promised Open Solaris project. However, creating a developer community around such plans to open-source Solaris will not be easy—for many reasons—according to analysts and industry figures.
The Fedora Core 4 preliminary release schedule has been announced. It is available at the Fedora Core web site:
The release of Core 4 Test 2 will be significant for Core 2 users, according to a separate announcment received by Linux Today Friday: