LinuxDig.Com : Bad Weather, Earthquakes and Volcanoes. All Related?
Living in South Florida for nearly 30 years I had the opportunity (not a good one at that) to challenge three hurricanes, something that has not happened for nearly 50 years. Across the globe continents are facing similar challenges. Is there something in common?
LinuxDig.Com : Happy New Year! LinuxDig.Com Welcomes 2005!
Goodbye 2004 and say hello to the first penguin of the year. We just happend to catch a picture of him.
LinuxDig.Com : 4 Computers and a KVM. The difficulty of Apple OS X, XP and Linux
Connecting 4 computers using a KVM should be easy right? Well here is the story of what it took to get an Apple G5, Laptop, (PC) XP and (PC) Linux running correctly on a KVM with three monitors.
LinuxDig.Com : Where did RedHat get its name? We have got the answer.
The answer comes from Bob Young, former CEO and Founder.
LinuxDig.Com : Be the First Kid on the Block to Build a Linux Cluster in 15 minutes.
Is their parallel processing in your future or do you just want to be the envy of all your Linux friends? Build a cluster in 15 minutes with ParallelKnoppix. Btw, no installation necessary.
LinuxDig.Com : Free, Network Packet Analyzer for Linux / Apple OS X , from Ethereal with Love
Having trouble connecting to your Windows network? Is your Apple Internet Server receiving suspicious traffic? Then let Ethereal, the friendly command line / GUI packet analyzer come to the rescue.
LinuxDig.Com : Audacity, The Free - Open Source Audio Editor for Linux, Apple OS X and Windows
Aint free grand? How about a free, open source, cross-platfrom audio editor for Linux, Apple and Windows? Now that is grand. Now try it and you will to see how grand it really is.
LinuxDig.Com : News Release : Arabella Software Announces High Performance Linux Solutions For Embed
Arabella Software Announces High Performance Linux Solutions For Embedded Security Applications. Arabella Secure Linux provides highly optimized Native IPsec for Freescaleâ€™s PowerQUICC Secure Communications Processors.
LinuxDig.Com : Linux and the New Year, What to Look for in 2005.
2004 was a popularity boost for Linux as home and office users began to discover the power of Linux. With a new kernel advancing Linux in the areas of SMP, I/O, SuperComputing; what can we expect from Linux for next year?
LinuxDig.com : Installing Linux Applications in Apple OS X the Easy Way with Fink
If you are new to OS X or a long time user of the Apple line of operating systems and you would like to explore the full potential of OS X, then think Linux and package management with Fink.
LinuxDig.Com : Common Cross-Platform Applications Listed and Revisited for Windows, Linux and OS X.
Are you running multiple operating systems? Would you like the capability to run the same applications across all of them? Here is a list of many common applications for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. Also listed in this article are emulators which allow you to commingle operating systems running concurrently on one computer.
LinuxDig.Com : Review : The Many Moods of Apple OS X
Since OS X was first announced, I believed in the possibility and the promise of Apple Computers new operating system. But I never spent any real time on a Macintosh. So I took the plunge and purchased an Apple G5 and what I found was the many moods of OS X.