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Topic: Linux

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PowerPC Linux Developer Connection
Posted by: gunne on Tuesday, January 18, 2005 - 14:37
Submitted by gunne
Freescale have launched PowerPC Linux Developer Connection.

Read more at: Freescale website

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Tux Goes MorphOS
Posted by: ironfist on Saturday, January 08, 2005 - 22:46
Submitted by ironfist
"Tux goes MorphOS" is a project idea to extend current existing solutions (GeeksGadgets) by providing a wide range of application ports from Linux-, BSD- and other OSes to MorphOS in a easy to install and in most parts standardized way to support developers, but also users.

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Linux moving forward
Posted by: gunne on Sunday, December 19, 2004 - 18:54
Submitted by gunne
The Linux marketplace is moving from niche to mainstream, and the Linux Market is to Exceed $35 Billion by 2008, says OSDL in a new study.

You can read the complete report here: IDC report (PDF), and the news at OSDL here: OSDL info center

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Fedora Core 3 Test for PPC
Posted by: ironfist on Sunday, December 12, 2004 - 22:26
Submitted by ironfist
A testing tree of Fedora Core 3 for PowerPC has been released. It is in its early stages and there is no G5 support yet.

Read the announcement here.

Four ISOs are available:

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Montavista Support added for PegasosPPC/ODW
Posted by: ironfist on Wednesday, December 08, 2004 - 19:34
Submitted by ironfist
Genesi and Montavista have finalized a Partnership Agreement. Montavista is now offered for the PegasosPPC and the Open Desktop Workstation. The Montavista Genesi page is found here.

The Company, MontaVista Software Inc., combines strong experience in embedded systems with extensive expertise in Linux to offer Linux solutions for the worldwide embedded systems market. Montavista is the leading Linux provider to the embedded system market.

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Most CIOs would consider Linux for E-mail
Posted by: gunne on Monday, December 06, 2004 - 00:00
Submitted by gunne
Linux has gained further credibility in the enterprise after most IT managers said that they would consider the open-source operating system as a platform for e-mail.

The independent study, undertaken by Osterman Research, also showed that over 80 percent would consider switching to a Web-based e-mail client if it had the same functionality as current desktop clients.

"The survey shows that Linux is a key platform for messaging and that its market share is increasing," said Michael Osterman, head of Osterman Research.

Read more at; or here at; LinuxInsider

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Yellowdog Linux 4.0 Torrents and FTP
Posted by: ironfist on Saturday, November 27, 2004 - 23:28
Submitted by ironfist
Terra Soft's Yellowdog Linux 4.0 is now available for everyone as Torrents or FTP.

Torrents can be found here and your closest FTP is here.

As mentioned before - there is a Pegasos II ISO and official Install Guide available.

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Open Source Graphics Card Project
Posted by: dholm on Friday, November 26, 2004 - 09:47
Submitted by Trizt
<a href="" target=_blank>Tech Source's Timothy Miller wrote in to the <a href="" target=_blank>Linux Kernel Mailing List last month to pitch his idea for a <a href="" target=_blank>graphics card specifically for open source systems.

Now the project has got green lights and posted more information at the newsgroups.

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A glance at Gentoo 2004.3
Posted by: on Wednesday, November 17, 2004 - 09:28
Submitted by dholm
PPCNerds have posted an article with their initial impressions of installing Gentoo 2004.3 on a PowerPC. Read about it here.

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SCALE 3x Opens For Registration
Posted by: on Wednesday, November 17, 2004 - 07:35
Submitted by Anonymous
<a href=>SCALE 3X is open for business! The Expo is now accepting early registrations at <a href=> A full pass (expo floor and seminars is $50 until January 1, 2005, and $65 thereafter, a student pass is $25 until January 1, 2005, and $32.50 thereafter, and an expo-floor-only pass is $10. readers can <a href=>get discounted rates by using the promo code "NEWPS".

We have added these speakers recently:

<a href=>Jon Walker, Versora - <a href=>Glenn Flinchbaugh, Wind River Systems - <a href=>Walt Pennington and Darya Mazandarany, Pennington Firms -

And these sponsors are newly signed with the Linux Expo: ISP Sponsor: <a href=>Linkline Communications -
Media Sponsor: Computer User Magazine -
Media Sponsor: <a href=>Linux Journal -
Media Sponsor: <a href=>Usenix -

There will also be a GPG key signing event. It will take place at the end of the first day of the Expo. If you'd like to participate, you should bring at least one legible copy of a fingerprint. A picture ID is recommended, but not required. If you plan to participate, send your public key to .

If your LUG or other non-profit Open Source organization would like to demo something related to Open Source software at <a href=>SCALE 3X, please contact for a booth. Don't delay; booths are being assigned to LUGs and other ORGs steadily.

SCALE 3X will be held February 12th and 13th, 2005, at the <a href=>Los Angeles Convention Center. The Linux Expo of Southern California was established in 2001. Our mission is to evangelize the advantages of Open Source software.

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