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Getting on the Linux wavelength

roundup A developer takes steps to get the OS running on the Zune; meanwhile, long-term support for Fedora Linux winds down.

A developer takes steps to get the open-source software running on Microsoft's media player; meanwhile, long-term support for Fedora Linux winds down.

blog It's still buggy, but a port of the operating system to the proprietary player is "at least...partway working."
January 2, 2007

Long-term Fedora Linux support ending

Lack of contributions from outside programmers, funding among reasons why Fedora Legacy project is winding down.
January 2, 2007

Amsterdam to evaluate open source

Seeking independence from proprietary software, city joins growing list of other municipalities testing Linux.
January 2, 2007

blog France-based open-source consortium is operating as a new entity, formed by merging ObjectWeb with the Chinese IT institute Orientware.
January 2, 2007

OpenVZ ported to Sun Niagara servers

Linux can be subdivided into "containers" on Sun's newest Sparc servers, matching a feature Solaris already possesses.
December 29, 2006

Red Hat's next Linux due before March

Company plans to ship its next major version of the operating system on February 28, two months after its earlier deadline.
December 28, 2006

Year in review: Grappling with open source

The past year saw the acquisition of JBoss, as well as a Microsoft-Novell deal that tested the legal limits of commercial open source.
December 19, 2006