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How-To: Installing and using open-source Unix software in OS X with Fink

Fink is one of several projects that brings easy management of open source Unix programs to OS X.

By December 14, 2009

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HP names new high-end server chief

Itanium server group is now under Martin Fink and includes NonStop servers, Linux and open-source software.

By November 1, 2006

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Utilities Updates: gimp-print 4.3.17; Fink 0.5.3; OpenOffice.org 1.0.3; Iconizer Pro X 1.8.3; Contextual Menu Workshop 1.5; more

Utilities Updates: gimp-print 4.3.17; Fink 0.5.3; OpenOffice.org 1.0.3; Iconizer Pro X 1.8.3; Contextual Menu Workshop 1.5; more

By June 23, 2003

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Utilities Updates: Jaguar Cache Cleaner 1.7.1; IPNetTunerX 1.1.3; OnSync 1.0.4; FinkCommander 0.5.1; QuickVoice X 1.7.1; more

Utilities Updates: Jaguar Cache Cleaner 1.7.1; IPNetTunerX 1.1.3; OnSync 1.0.4; FinkCommander 0.5.1; QuickVoice X 1.7.1; more

By April 11, 2003

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The greening of Linux

HP open-source chief Martin Fink says Linux can't remain a hobbyist's toy if it's to become a leading operating system.

December 3, 2003

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Utilities Updates: Hackpos� 1.1; VueScan 7.6.64; Fink�0.6.1; Net Monitor�3.5.0b7; more

Utilities Updates: Hackposé 1.1; VueScan 7.6.64; Fink 0.6.1; Net Monitor 3.5.0b7; more

By November 3, 2003

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HP boosts Linux for telecommunications

Hewlett-Packard took a major step Monday in trying to convince telecommunications companies to embrace Linux, releasing a software kit to let those companies develop phone software that runs on Linux servers. The Linux version of HP's popular Opencall SS7 product isn't yet finished, but a software-development kit, along with new telecommunications-specific Intel servers lets customers get started testing their software, said Martin Fink, general manager of HP's Linux Systems Operation. SS7, or Signaling System 7, handles tasks such as translating a toll-free 800 number that a person has dialed into a company's actual phone number and billing that company for the call. HP argues that Linux, a clone of Unix, is a cheaper alternative than the current Unix systems that prevail in SS7 jobs and that use more expensive hardware than the Intel-based servers HP now advocates. Opencall SS7 is used in more than 1,600 operations worldwide.

By January 28, 2002