Nero AG has released the first beta version of the burning software NERO Linux 3. Nero Linux 3 has been redesigned to maximize ease of use, efficiency, and speed with next-generation disc formats. What’s the new? The graphic interface has been updated and its now “richer” and more integrated with the Gnome Desktop. They used […]
Archive for May, 2007
The flexibility of GNU/Linux is nothing new, the suppleness of the Kernel is a fact known especially to Linux geeks, and to who reads this blog often. Imagine that you can unleash the power of your Xbox and/or PlayStation 3 by installing Ubuntu GNU/Linux.
The OpenOffice.org Suite (Database, Presentation, Spreadsheet, Word Processor) also includes a tool for Digital Signatures. Before you enable the digital signatures feature in OpenOffice.org (recommended by Sun Microsystems), you must obtain a digital certificate and install it on your machine. A digital certificate is a password-protected file that includes a variety of information,including the name […]
Transferring files or digital documents from one computer to the other also means exposing them to risks, these documents could be intercepted. It doesn’t matter what method you use to transfer these documents, via Ftp, Samba, Email, NFS etc if it’s not well protected an intruder could pick it up. What if the intruder gets […]
In a recent research on the – Influence of Open Source made by Kabatology for the University of Bologna(Unibo) Italy, Kanute (aka Martin Kaba) pointed out how Open source has revolutionized the software business in general by dramatically lowering the cost of entry for software providers. Development tools and infrastructure components required to deliver software […]