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Merry Christmas Everyone!
Posted by: ironfist on Saturday, December 23, 2006 - 12:33
Submitted by ironfist
The entire staff at Pegasos.org would like to wish you all a merry christmas! We hope you will have a good time and we are looking forward to 2007. Will we see the Open Server Workstation during 2007? We sure hope so!

Merry Christmas!

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Sun Opens Java
Posted by: Trizt on Monday, November 13, 2006 - 21:07
Submitted by Trizt
Sun has decided to release Java SE, Java ME and Java EE under GNU General Public License version 2 and already you can download the source for Java HotSpot virtual machine, javac and the rest of the JDK will be released during the first half of 2007.
Maybe this leads to Java for MorphOS, AmigaOs and AmigaOS4.

Read more at sun.com.

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Newsletter, info and announcement from GGS-Data
Posted by: gunne on Tuesday, October 24, 2006 - 09:35
Submitted by gunne
News from GGS-Data !

With several alternatives !

- Everything began with Commodore ! - Everything is about Linux - We also have some Pegasos II to offer.

See the Read more link...

Very welcome, Gunne Steen - www.ggsdata.se

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Cinematte for sale
Posted by: gunne on Friday, October 13, 2006 - 22:31
Submitted by gunne
Nova Design is selling off it's Cinematte Business.

Short about Cinematte:
Cinematte was created in 1995 as part of the Amiga (a computer popular in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s for desktop video) software package, ImageFX. Cinematte was one of the first true digital bluescreening software packages for compositing actors, and other subjects, photographed against a blue (or other compatible solid color) background into another photograph, film or video. While many applications on all platforms attempt to provide methods of realistic compositing, Cinematte is one of the few that can do this easily and realistically using the same methods pioneered in Hollywood features.

Read the full annoncement at : Nova Design website

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Terra Soft to Build Playstation 3 Supercomputer
Posted by: ironfist on Tuesday, October 10, 2006 - 14:47
Submitted by ironfist
HPCWire is reporting that Terra Soft Solutions has been contracted by Sony Computer Entertainment Inc to build the world's first running Cell supercomputer with Playstation 3-boards. They have built a large datacenter with room for 2400 1U servers. Terra Soft will be managing two clusters for Sony, dubbed E.coli and Amoeba. E.coli will serve as a test system for software development, optimization, and testing. Amoeba will be the production system, and it will be utilized by universities and the Department of Energy laboratories for life sciences research.
Both clusters will run the new Yellow Dog Linux 5.0 for Cell.

IT Manager's Journal has a more in-depth article about the cluster and the company behind it.

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Mozilla Critical Exploit Fake
Posted by: ironfist on Wednesday, October 04, 2006 - 19:18
Submitted by ironfist
The critical exploit Pegasos.org informed you about, a few days ago was just a fake. The two "hackers" Mischa Spiegelmock and Andrew Wbeelsoi has admitted it was all just a joke. The exploit can only be used to crash the webbrowser, not take over the entire machine.
Mozilla Foundation has been working very hard with this and never managed to reproduce the problem. They now know why..

Source: IDG.se (Swedish)

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First Swede Convicted of Filesharing Cleared
Posted by: ironfist on Monday, October 02, 2006 - 17:47
Submitted by ironfist
Swedish appeal court Svea Hovrätt cleared a 29-year old man from Västerås today. He was convicted in a lower court for uploading the Swedish movie Hip Hip Hora. The lower court ruled he did not have any financial gain in the filesharing and convicted him to a fine of 16000 SEK. Today he was cleared after appeal to a higher court. The court didn't accept the evidence provided by Swedish Anti Piracy Authority as beeing enough. All they had was screenshots with IP-addresses. Filesharing have never ever led to jail in Sweden and therefore the police may not do a house search. This means they can't seize any computers.

This means that even more evidence is needed to convict the one million Swedish fileshares. The Swedish Pirate Party welcomes the court's decision. The Pirate Party got 0.6% (34918) of the votes in the Swedish Parliament Election two weeks ago.

A more in-depth article in English can be read here.

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Critical Flaw in Firefox
Posted by: ironfist on Sunday, October 01, 2006 - 18:06
Submitted by ironfist
ZDNet carries an article about two hackers claiming a zero-day flaw in Mozilla Firefox. This flaw was shown at the ToorCon Hacker Conference and it was triggered through a website with malicious JavaScript code. The code made it possible to take over the machine. Since it's JavaScript-based it is platform independent and is claimed to work on Windows, MacOS X and Linux.
The hackers claim to know of 30 unpatched flaws in Mozilla Firefox.

Update: This is all just a fake!

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SGI Kills Off Irix Unix and MIPS Machines
Posted by: ironfist on Sunday, September 24, 2006 - 08:39
Submitted by ironfist
Silicon Graphics have decided to put their IRIX UNIX and all their MIPS servers to an end of life. They will take orders until December 29 this year and the goal is to have them delivered by March, next year.
SGI were one of the early adopters of the Intel Itanium architecture, but they had big problems with it. It was way too slow compared to their MIPS technology and was evolving too slow. SGI took a big hit on this and filed for bankrupcy protection in May this year. This week their reorganization plan was approved by U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

The new organization will focus entirely on the Intel Itanium architecture and Linux.

The Unix Guardian has a great article about this and also the history from the start in 1982 at Stanford University.

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Bill and Raquel Sponsoring 'Connect at the Library Contest' in Oil City
Posted by: ironfist on Sunday, August 27, 2006 - 11:40
Submitted by ironfist
Genesi managers Bill Buck and Raquel Velasco are sponsoring a contest in the small town of Oil City in Pennsylvania. They have donated several hundred dollars in prizes. Bill has family ties to Oil City with his grandparents and parents.

From the article;
"Connect at the Library, with prizes in several age categories, requires contestants to use library facilities such as wireless Internet, microfilm and resource books to find the answers to a series of questions on local lure, history and a hodgepodge of general knowledge.
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The idea for the contest was spawned by Rockmere summer residents Bill and Raquel Velasco Buck after utilizing the library's wireless Internet to manage business affairs during their stay."


Read the article here.

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