It's time for shopping, Huge Companies
Sun acquires MySQL !
Nokia acquires Trolltech !
Sun acquires Innotek !
Microsoft acquires Yahoo !
nVidia acquires Ageia !
After a long delay, we are finally back
We were really busy during this time because of several reasons including personal stuff, so we couldn't update the website.
But we are back now, and we will continue updating the website as usual.
In addition, we will add some articles soon specially about Arabic and Farsi support in Linux.
Hope to see you here again
Most of the times, you find reviews and compares between Windows XP and Linux.
But this time, lXer website provided a review between Ubuntu, Macintosh and Windows XP.
I think it was so better if the reviewer adds some screenshots
Read this review at lXer Website.
Another year finished, and another year started. May we can have a better start, too.
Happy New Year of 2006, and I hope have more Linux Users, Linux Projects, etc in this year.
Have a good time, and enjoy it as much as you can
We [bentiba], at the Etisalat University College, EUC, would like to organize a 2-day Linux and Open Sources Applications Workshop, LOSAW2006, sometime in March/April 2006.
The main categories of the workshop will be, and not limited to, the efficient use of Linux and Open Sources Applications Workshop in the following categories:
The Jem Report has published a review for FreeBSD 6.0
In this Review, we read :
The FreeBSD operating system is finally through it's buggy 5.x series and into the more reliable 6.x series. Most of the problems ...
You can read this Review, Here.
May you will be between Linux and other Operating Systems.
So we recommend to read this article
Five Reason NOT to use Linux
Did you know Microsoft provides an Installable File System SDK kit for writing FileSystem drivers ?! yes, it really does, and it's Here.
Stephan Schreiber wrote an Ext2/3 IFS driver with this kit which supports Ext2 and Ext3 with complete read/write operations and other features except Access rights, Defraging and some another minor things.
You can get this Windows driver from FS-Driver.org.
If you are a C/C++ programmer, CSourceSearch.net is ready after about 1 year work of Robert Schultz on it.
With this website you can search for Function Names, Structure Names, Includes, ... in more than 110 melion lines of codes, and it's going bigger and bigger.
The important thing is that this engine can understand the C/C++ syntax and will show the best result for you
Link : http://www.csourcesearch.net
Linux Journal like the other years started a Voting to choose the best Linux Applications of the Year.
The first round is now available for all Linux users and by e-mail.
You can use this Ballot for Vote (until 27 June 2005).