WildPackets Announces Omnipliance Linux

WildPackets Inc., innovators in advanced network analysis, today announced Omnipliance Linux, a Linux-based turnkey solution for distributed, remote capture and analysis of Ethernet and Gigabit traffic. This 3U rack-mount appliance makes it easy for enterprises that prefer Linux to rapidly deploy WildPackets analysis solutions across their network for troubleshooting, application analysis and security auditing.

Is Ubuntu Linux a Sensible Alternative for Mac Users?

A friend of mine phoned to ask if I thought he should install Ubuntu Linux on his Macs - a 1.33 GHz G4 iBook currently running OS X 10.4 "Tiger" and a 1.25 GHz Power Mac G4 tower with OS X 10.3 "Panther" installed.

Free SSL Secure Certificate for Open Source Projects from Godaddy

"Go Daddy is committed to the open source community. We want your site and data to be secure – and we’re willing to foot the cost to make them just that."

HP trojan foiled by Linux

HP-hired investigators searching for the source of boardroom leaks allegedly tried to plant a trojan horse program on a CNET reporter's laptop, but apparently the attempt failed because the reporter was running Linux instead of Windows, according to Groklaw's Pamela Jones.

LinuxCertified System and Network Administration BootCamp

This weekend bootcamp is designed to prepare the attendees for the objectives of Level 1 certification exams offered by Linux Professional Institute (LPI). The workshop also meets the objectives of the CompTIA's Linux+.

Create ringtones out of WAV and MP3 files on Linux

As long as you have a WAV or MP3 file, the SoX package, and the GStreamer gstreamer-plugins-ugly package installed, you can use these scripts to convert from MP3 or WAV to AMR, and back from AMR to WAV. Perfect for creating ringtones for your mobile phone out of sound clips or favorite songs!

Knot 3 Testing CD Released

Edgy, all about cutting edge, perhaps bleeding edge, will consist of brand new code and infrastructure. The time has come to introduce some seriously interesting, but definitely edgy, new technologies that lay the groundwork for the next wave of Ubuntu development.

Storm bets on open source Asterisk

Local voice and data service provider, Storm has turned to open source Asterisk to give clients an opportunity to venture into VoIP at low cost. The company has partnered with Asterisk specialists Connection Telecom and Clarotech.