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Dodging potholes on the open-source road

An operating-system project looks for more income, and an industry group seeks to unruffle some feathers.

An operating-system project looks for more income, and an industry group seeks to unruffle some feathers.

OpenBSD founder makes funding plea

Organization calls on commercial users for financial help, decries "culture of entitlement" in open-source community.
March 23, 2006

Linux lab mending fences with techies

Open Source Development Labs expects the group to foster closer ties with sometimes-disgruntled programmers.
March 22, 2006

Novell's premium Linux taking Xen plunge

Novell says its new Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10--which includes virtualization software--is ready for mainstream use.
March 22, 2006

blog "Dapper Drake" is pushed back to June 1 to permit better quality and improve international language support.
March 22, 2006

Sendmail flaw opens door to intruders

Unless people make recommended fixes, remote attackers could gain control of their systems.
March 22, 2006

Linux gets built-in Cell processor support

Updated kernel includes Oracle software for clustered databases, improves how OS runs on multiprocessor systems.
March 21, 2006

Red Hat's Fedora 5 boosts desktop features

Latest version gives enthusiasts new graphics and virtualization options, as well as additional capabilities.
March 21, 2006