Inspired by a belief that people shouldn't have to pay for expensive software to be able to broadcast online, a group of developers is offering open source software as an alternative to the commercially available streaming media servers.
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IBM bestowed its official seal of approval on Linux for the S/390 mainframe in May, giving a boost to a platform that has been in use informally since January of this year. While IBM's recognition of the port as a fully-supported IBM product should boost
When a small team of IBM programmers in Boeblingen, Germany completed a port of Linux on the IBM S/390 mainframe in December, it ushered in a new era in the brief history of Linux. Now Linux runs on everything from handheld Palm Pilots to large mainframes
Running Linux on a notebook computer used to mean tracking down the right device drivers for your particular computer, and installing the operating system yourself. Now a growing number of vendors are taking the work out of Linux on laptops.