Contribute  :  Calendar  :  Advanced Search  :  Site Statistics  :  Directory  :  About  :  Cartoons  :  Web Resources  :  Polls  
    geekinfo.net ...for all that other stuff    
 Welcome to geekinfo.net
 Wednesday, October 18 2017 @ 11:35 CEST

Trolltech Releases Qt 3.0

  View Printable Version 
( 15. Oct 2001 ) - Oslo, Norway - Trolltech is releasing the newest version of Qt, version 3.0, the multi-platform C++ Graphical User Interface Development framework. Qt provides users a software development environment they can use to create a single source tree that runs natively on Windows, Linux, Unix, Embedded Linux, and, for the first time, Mac OS X.

Full story at TrollTech.
 
Post a comment
Comments (0)

Linux hits home with adoption by Finland's Sonera

  View Printable Version 
GNU/Linux
From Yahoo! Finance:
Linux, the free computer operating system invented by Finn Linus Torvalds, made its first big splash at home on Thursday when it was embraced by Finland's leading broadband Internet provider Sonera Entrum.
 
read more (95 words) Post a comment
Comments (0)

SirCam due to wipe Windows PCs on Tuesday October 16th

  View Printable Version 
SecurityFrom The Register:
SirCam, the bandwidth-munching privacy invading mass mailing virus, is due to attempt to wipe infected users' Windows PCs next Tuesday.

That's the bad news. The good news is that indications are the malicious payload the virus contains isn't particularly effective, probably because of shoddy programming on the virus writer's part. Read the full story.
 
Post a comment
Comments (0)

Using Win2k as a gateway

  View Printable Version 
NetworkingIf you have a LAN at home and want to use your Windows 2000 box as a gateway to the internet, there's hope for you. David Whipple have written a piece on DHCP, Dial-on-demand, NAT, DNS Proxy, routing and all those other useful things a internet-enabled LAN cannot do without.

Read the whole thing on the Microsoft web site.
 
Post a comment
Comments (0)

Redhat still the most popular distribution

  View Printable Version 
GNU/LinuxLinux Journal announced last week their annual Readers Choice awards. Redhat is king of distros, while KDE is the number one desktop environment. Read the full report for all awards and winners.
 
Post a comment
Comments (1)

Winamp 3 out in beta

  View Printable Version 
WinAmp 3 developers beta release contains lots of new features, perhaps most evident in design and layout possibilities due to the new underlying architecture Wasabi.
 
read more (115 words) Post a comment
Comments (0)

Manual Keying IPSec on OpenBSD 2.9

  View Printable Version 
OpenBSD/NetBSDThis is basically an explanation of doing manual keyed IPSec between two OpenBSD 2.9 servers. Due to errors I have found in all IPsec documentation, not to mention much confusion reading them, I have compiled together what worked for me from all of the man pages. This doesn't cover using ISAKMPD -- that will be documented later on.

This isn't the most easy way or flexible way of setting up IPSec, but it is a clearer way and a more controlled way. I went this route when I was having problems with ISAKMPD.
Read the full article at BSD Today.
 
Post a comment
Comments (0)

KDE3 reaches first alpha

  View Printable Version 
GNU/LinuxKDE3 alpha-1 is out. Dennis E. Powell of Linuxplanet has some things to say about it, as well as how you build KDE3 and Qt3.

Feature freeze for KDE3 is november 2, so if you're up to it and has some time to put in, get a copy and start submitting bug reports. Oh yes, there are plenty of things to report.
 
Post a comment
Comments (0)

IBM to Unveil 'Sahara' PowerPC Chip

  View Printable Version 
IBM next week will announce a new PowerPC ranging in megahertz from 700MHz to 1GHz that could shift the balance of power in the professional Mac market away from Motorola Inc. and its PowerPC G4.

 
read more (66 words) Post a comment
Comments (0)

Daemon News will produce FreeBSD CD's

  View Printable Version 
FreeBSDMountain View, CA ---- Daemon News announces it plans to produce a packaged FreeBSD CD product with the release of FreeBSD 4.5. "It seems that the FreeBSD baton passed from Walnut Creek to BSDi and then to Wind River is being dropped by Wind River!", said Greg Sutter, CTO for the Daemon News. Based on recent press, Wind River's involvment with FreeBSD in the future is uncertain or will be ending.
Full story over at NewsForge.
 
Post a comment
Comments (0)
 Copyright © 2017 geekinfo.net
 All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective owners.
Powered By Geeklog 
Created this page in 0.06 seconds