Ok, so Gnome 2.16 came out a while ago. There are lots of new features. Yay for the foot.
Now I bet Apple fanboys are screaming right now. I don't blame them. For the rest of you who don't know why people would be screaming, its fairly simple. Default Gnome is ass-ugly. Thank God the Ubuntu folks made their own theme, otherwise no one would be using Gnome at all. I'll swear by that.
Cimmetry Systems Corporation, an Agile Software company, announced the immediate availability of AutoVue v 19.1 Client-Server, web edition for Linux servers. By responding to the evolving needs of a global customer base that is increasingly relying on the Linux server platform for its technical engineering departments, Cimmetry enhances its leadership position in the collaborative visualization market.
Trolltech, the company that makes software faster to build and easier to use, announced the pricing and availability of Qtopia Greenphone, the first open Linux mobile device for application developers.
GRISOFT, the supplier of AVG security software, announced the availability of a public beta version of AVG Internet Security 7.5, its new comprehensive anti-malware security suite. In addition to the new security suite, public beta versions for entire AVG 7.5 computer security portfolio are available, including new products, as well as updated versions with significant improvements.
Subversion 1.4.0 is the first new feature release since 1.3.0 and includes a number of new improvements and features. The changes between 1.3.2 and 1.4.0 are listed in the CHANGES document for this release.
A start-up called Simply RISC has built a single-core variant of Sun Microsystems' UltraSparc T1, an indication of interest in Sun's plan to encourage others to adopt and modify open-source designs for the processor.
Malicious SSH login attempts have been appearing in some administrators' logs for several years. This article revisits the use of honeypots to analyze malicious SSH login attempts and see what can be learned about this activity. The article then offers recommendations on how to secure one's system against these attacks.
Linux Networx, The Linux Supercomputing Company, today announced that it has completed a $37 million round of funding. The round includes new investors Lehman Brothers, Inc. and Canaccord Adams, as well as existing investors Oak Investment Partners and Tudor Ventures. The funding will drive the next phase in the company's strategy of delivering solutions that further reduce total cost of ownership (TCO), and improve the performance, manageability and utilization of Linux Supercomputers.