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October 2005

Hardware emulation with QEMU

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HowTos

QEMU lets you run another operating system on top of your existing OS. Going through the process of installing and configuring QEMU not only gave me a worthwhile new software tool, but also helped me learn a few things about Linux.

Google lends a hand to Microsoft Office rival

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Misc

Google is opening up yet another front in its battle with Microsoft by backing a competitor to Bill Gates' dominant Office software package.

Upgrades Lift Ubuntu and SUSE

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Reviews
SUSE

eWEEK Labs reviewed Canonical Ltd.'s Ubuntu 5.10 and Novell Inc.'s SUSE Linux 10.0, both of which began shipping in October, and we were impressed by the maturity, polish and, yes, innovation that these Penguin banner bearers displayed.

US high court won't review Microsoft patent case

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Microsoft

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to consider an appeal by Microsoft in a case involving claims by a privately held California software firm and the University of California that Microsoft infringed their patents with its Internet Explorer browser.

OpenSolaris Has a Leg Up on Linux

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OS

We now have a new player in the field: OpenSolaris. Here we have the public, source-based launch of an operating system with a great history of commercial development and deployment.

Configuring Apache 2 and Tomcat 5.5 with mod_jk

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HowTos

I recently went through the painful exercise of configuring Tomcat 5.5 behind Apache 2 using the mod_jk connector. So here's my own howto:

Microsoft backpedals on Korea threat

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Microsoft

Microsoft has apparently stepped back from a threat to stop selling Windows in Korea saying every year Korean companies buy more than $100m worth of our products.

E17 for SUSE

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Software
SUSE

Interested in trying out an alternative desktop on your SUSE Linux? If so, then you might want to check out this guide to installing Enlightenment 17 on SUSE 10.0.

Red Hat Wants Xen in Linux Kernel

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Linux

Linux vendor Red Hat Inc. is aggressively pushing to get Xen virtualization technology included in the Linux kernel as quickly as possible.

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