Listing of Packages Included with Yellow Dog Linux v5.0 for the Sony PS3

This database showcases the 2248 (RPM) packages included with Yellow Dog Linux v5.0. Either search for a specific package or browse the categories below, including, but not exclusively: Amusements, Applications, Archiving, Communications, Databases, Editors, Engineering, Internet, Multimedia, Productivity, Publishing, Development, Security, Text,..

Linux interoperability takes center stage at TechX World

On Tuesday, upwards of 100 IT managers and administrators attended Penton Media's TechX World conference in Dallas -- the third of four such one-day seminars this fall. Server room strategies were the main agenda, with particular emphasis placed on interoperability in a mixed Linux and Windows environment.

Ballmer's new weapon against Linux is...Linux

I figured the Red Sea had parted to allow Ron Hovsepian and Steve Ballmer to pass, holding hands and singing kumbayah.

OpenVZ Available Now on Latest Linux Kernel

Operating System-Level Virtualization Technology for Linux Kernel 2.6.18 Precursor to RHEL 5 and Debian 4

The OpenVZ project today announced availability of beta level software based on the Linux kernel 2.6.18 -- preparing users the upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (RHEL5) and Debian GNU/Linux 4 releases.

The world just isn’t ready for Linux

Windows Vista brings with it a new era of DRM and restrictive license agreements that aren't going to sit well with even your basic power user (let alone the uber power users that regularly read this and other blogs at ZDNet!) and some are looking for an escape route. These changes are making some users question their commitment to Microsoft. The obvious step is to make the leap to Linux.

Full steam ahead for Linux in Munich

The capital of Bavaria plans to complete its current migration of more than 80 percent of its desktop systems by 2008 and says that the first users of open software in the city's administration are pleased with the initial results. On Tuesday, Munich's mayor Christine Strobel said at the Systems trade fair that "up to now, we are very happy about the results" of the migration currently underways.

LaCie offers LightScribe technology for Linux

LaCie announced it is the first to offer a complete burning and LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling solution for all operating systems. This includes the first-ever LightScribe Labeler software for Linux.

LightScribe technology enables consumers and businesses to burn silk screen-quality labels on to LightScribe-enabled CDs or DVDs right in the drive–no printing supplies are required.

Joomla! Wins Again at UK LinuxWorld

Joomla! won Best Linux / Open Source Project at UK Linux and Open Source Awards 2006, in London tonight.

This is the second year running, the Joomla! team has won the prestigious award. Louis Landry, Johan Jansens and Peter Russell accepted the award from LinuxUser and Developer magazine publisher Maggie Meer.