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Mozilla's new demo website for Firefox 4 : Web-O-Wonder.
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Mozilla has launched a new website for demo'ing the capabilities of its new offering Fireox 4. Web-O-Wonder or actually Web-Open-Wonder with the characters "pen" written in small size, which you may almost miss, lets you experience HTML5, Design, Video, WebGL on latest version of Firefox browser.

IPFire v2.9 Core 47 Released.
IPFire

IPFire is a source-based Linux firewall distribution that brings additional features with it. The easy-to-set-up system defeats its competitors like IPCop, Smoothwall and Endian-Firewall potty. A stateful-inspection-firewall with a luxuriant content-filtering-engine plus traffic-control (QoS) rounded with latest vpn-technology and a lot of logging is foolproof to administer with just a very few clicks.

So you can get anything out of IPFire you can imagine. Without any add-ons installed it is an ultra-fast firewall but can also be a full-featured home server. It's up to you what you want. Check it out...

IPFire v2.9 Core 46 Released.
IPFire

IPFire is a source-based Linux firewall distribution that brings additional features with it. The easy-to-set-up system defeats its competitors like IPCop, Smoothwall and Endian-Firewall potty. A stateful-inspection-firewall with a luxuriant content-filtering-engine plus traffic-control (QoS) rounded with latest vpn-technology and a lot of logging is foolproof to administer with just a very few clicks.

So you can get anything out of IPFire you can imagine. Without any add-ons installed it is an ultra-fast firewall but can also be a full-featured home server. It's up to you what you want. Check it out...


IPFire v2.9 Core 45 Released.
IPFire

Linux firewall and gateway distribution with additional features.

IPFire is a source-based Linux firewall distribution that brings additional features with it. The easy-to-set-up system defeats its competitors like IPCop, Smoothwall and Endian-Firewall potty. A stateful-inspection-firewall with a luxuriant content-filtering-engine plus traffic-control (QoS) rounded with latest vpn-technology and a lot of logging is foolproof to administer with just a very few clicks.

So you can get anything out of IPFire you can imagine. Without any add-ons installed it is an ultra-fast firewall but can also be a full-featured home server. It's up to you what you want. Check it out...

IPFire v2.9 Core 44 Released.
IPFire

IPFire is a source-based Linux firewall distribution that brings additional features with it. The easy-to-set-up system defeats its competitors like IPCop, Smoothwall and Endian-Firewall potty. A stateful-inspection-firewall with a luxuriant content-filtering-engine plus traffic-control (QoS) rounded with latest vpn-technology and a lot of logging is foolproof to administer with just a very few clicks.

So you can get anything out of IPFire you can imagine. Without any add-ons installed it is an ultra-fast firewall but can also be a full-featured home server. It's up to you what you want. Check it out...

m0n0wall 1.3 released.
m0n0wallm0n0wall is a project aimed at creating a complete, embedded firewall software package that, when used together with an embedded PC, provides all the important features of commercial firewall boxes (including ease of use) at a fraction of the price (free software).

m0n0wall is based on a bare-bones version of FreeBSD, along with a web server, PHP and a few other utilities. The entire system configuration is stored in one single XML text file to keep things transparent.

m0n0wall is probably the first UNIX system that has its boot-time configuration done with PHP, rather than the usual shell scripts, and that has the entire system configuration stored in XML format.
IPCop test versions IPCop v2 (v1.9.5) released for testing.
IPCop

IPCop v1.9.5 is a pre-pre-release for *TESTING* only.

Use this version for testing only, *DO NOT* use this in a productive environment.

There will be no updates to later versions and there will be no support.

Happy 20th birthday to the World Wide Web!
Network
Twenty years ago today, on March 13, 1989, sparked the revolution of one of the greatest inventions of a life time, that being the World Wide Web. The purposed idea was to help connect people together using the World Wide Web using the once popular ViolaWWW web browser, which was eventually replaced by Mosaic web browser back in 1993.

Western Digital: Huge 8 TB capacity.
Hardware

Western Digital: Huge 8 TB capacity, media streaming and performance enhancement added to WD® Sharespace Network Storage systems for small offices and digital media enthusiasts.

LAS VEGAS - (PMA BOOTH NO. R260) — Mar. 3, 2009 - WD® (NYSE: WDC), the world’s leader in external storage solutions, today announced that WD ShareSpace™ network storage systems now offer 8 TB (terabytes) of capacity, up to 30 percent faster transfer speeds, and DLNA1 media streaming capabilities. Combined with its ease-of-use and small footprint, WD ShareSpace is now a more compelling solution for small offices and digital media enthusiasts who want to store, protect and share massive amounts of content.

IBM working on 20 petaflops supercomputer.
HardwareThe U.S. Department of Energy has commissioned IBM to build a new supercomputer that is able to run at up to 20 petaflops, or about 20,000 trillion calculations per second. According to Reuters this is equivalent to 2 million laptops.

The new machine, named Sequoia, is the successor to the Energy Department's current IBM supercomputer Roadrunner, located at their Los Alamos National Laboratory. Roadrunner is currently the world's fastest supercomputer with a speed of about 1.026 petaflops.
Linux founder Linus Torvalds talks about open-source identity.
Software

January 22, 2009 (Computerworld Australia) Linus Torvalds is a regular visitor to Australia in January. He comes out for some sunshine and to attend the annual linux.conf.au organised by Linux Australia. He took some time out to speak to Rodney Gedda about a host of topics including point releases, filesystems and what it is like switching to GNOME. He also puts Windows 7 in perspective.

 

It's 2009 and Linux development is approaching 20 years. How do you look back at the past two decades?

 

I feel like its very natural and I don't think it will go away. I have a suspicion I will be doing this for a long time and there is no feeling of "it is done".

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