Linux XP Desktop is a simplified and fine tuned system based on Red Hat Linux / Fedora. Linux XP Desktop 2006 is based on an updated Fedora Core 3. The graphical user interface (GUI) is based on a «fine tuned» GNOME environment. The system includes specially developed setup and integration software, as well as some additional drivers and applications.
Banshee, the music management and playback application for GNOME has just hit a new release. Rip CDs, play and sync your iPod, create playlists, and burn audio and MP3 CDs. See the release notes for a list of new features.
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.
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.
Tresys Technology released a beta version of its Tresys Brickwall Enterprise Client for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). This is the second offering in the Tresys BrickwallTM Security Suite of software that makes using and managing the power of SELinux easier. The Tresys Brickwall software allows administrators to configure fine-grained network access control for individual applications without having special knowledge of SELinux.
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.
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.
Pointsec, the global leader and the provider of the de facto standard for enterprise security software for laptop and desktop PCs, PDAs and smart¬phones, today announced the latest version of its endpoint encryption software for Linux desktops and laptops, Pointsec for Linux 2.0. Committed to its continued support of Linux-based operating systems, Pointsec now offers Linux users new features including support for remote help, single sign-on and broader security for all system files starting from a pre-boot authentication.