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Linux For You - Aug 2007

LINUX For You
August 2007 Issue Vol. 5 No. 6

Debian GNU/Linux
A Free Software OS in its Purest Form All About the Advance Package Manager Build Packages And Become A Maintainer (de)bootstrap Your Embedded Devices.

Supercomputers Powered by Gaming Consoles!
Roles Linux and open source played in enabling that.

Linux Servers for SMBs
Being an SMB enterprise, you would want those servers that fulfill all your business needs of managing and storing data, but at the same time are easy on the pocket. We try to analyse the major problems faced by SMBs, and the solutions provided by various manufacturers in the form of Linux-compatible SMB servers.

Apple Stirs Storm in the CUP(S)
Anyone who uses printers with a Linux system is aware of CUPS. Now, an
allegedly hostile takeover of the project by Apple has indeed raised
some eyebrows. The big question: WHY? We try and analyse what could be
real motivation for Apple behind this move.

Need Some Embedded Linux Guidelines?
A hands-on article that outlines the ‘standard operating procedures’ for embedded Linux systems.

How to Evaluate Open Source Software
While many of us consider using OSS in our business, we all know that interest in the software alone is not sufficient for successful adoption. This article tries to outline an evaluation procedure for specific OSS projects by analysing the effort-to-benefit ratio.

Building a Web 2.0 Start-up with Open Source
Silicon Valley is chock-full of Web 2.0 start-ups today. And they are using open source, big time.

Flock: The Web 2.0-Ready Browser
Flock is a social Web browser that makes it easy to connect with your friends and express yourself online, the project claims. With version 0.9.0 out, we think their claim has finally started to make some sense.

MyPendapat: This month issue bundle with 4 DVD Debian-GNU/LINUX4. A complete collection of Debian base application packages - more than 18,000 ! .



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