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When Apple brought Steve Jobs and NeXT OpenStep to Cupertino back in 1997, it stopped work on NeXT's Intel code and focused on creating Rhapsody, a new Unix OS with a more Mac-like face that would run on Macs with PowerPC processors. This became Mac OS X. However, one Mac engineer decided to bring Apple and Intel back together again.
An essential Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X administration tool had a major security problem. It's been fixed, and now you need to patch your system ASAP.
The denial-of-service issue affects ColdFusion 9.0.1 and earlier versions for Windows, Mac OS X and UNIX.
Unix and Mac OS are designed to support different file systems - Mac folks may use 3 a day without knowing it - which is why ZFS on Mac is not only possible, but practical. And not only practical, but a giant step forward for data integrity and performance.
Panelists at ZDNet IT Priorities roundtable in Mumbai discuss their experience with using open source platforms and difficulties faced in managing user migration.
wodSSH is windowless (SSH client and Telnet client) component that provides support for communication with remote console-type services....
The out-of-sequence patches address holes that could let attackers take control of Windows, Mac OS X and Unix systems
Amidst news of job cuts, support for Moblin 2.1 and its enterprise collaboration platform called Pulse, Novell’s new Mono Tools add-in module for Microsoft Visual Studio seems to have slipped comparatively under the radar.
Nix Manager is a Windows application that enables you to register your Linux/Unix servers, fetch hardware specifications via SSH/Telnet...
Not all .Net developers are writing Windows apps. Some (besides Miguel de Icaza and his merry band of Mono folks) may be interested in writing Linux, Unix and Mac OS X apps, too. On November 10, Novell rolled out the final version of a new Visual Studio add-on aimed at these developers.
Frugal Networker Ken Hess and I talk about the new SONY e-book reader launch, Apple's Snow Leopard Mac OS X Update, The status of the UNIX copyrights and speak with Jeff Ready, CEO of SCALE Computing, which sells commodity hardware for clustered scalable storage using open source software.Click Here to Listen to the August 28, 2009 Frugal Friday Podcast.
The Mac community was buzzing in late November when the director of Apple's Unix group showed a slide at the LISA (Large System Adminstration) conference that predicted that the Snow Leopard version of Mac OS X would ship in the first quarter of 2009. However, there were more than 100 other slides in the presentation, and they offered some interesting bits of their own.
A Unix developer has discovered a bug in the BSD operating system that has been passed down to all its variants, including OpenBSD and Mac OS X
A Unix developer has discovered a bug in the BSD operating system that has been passed down to all its variants, including OpenBSD and Mac OS X.
The Windows worldview cultivates the expectation that learning to use an OS means memorizing specific command sequences and fill-ins - and when that attitude meets the Unix expectation that sysadmins should understand basic principles first and then apply them, chaos and frustration usually follow.
Microsoft is touting its Singularity OS, a fresh, built-from-scratch, non-Windows OS and in the past, Apple tried out similar efforts. But for its next-generation OS, Apple looked outside the company to choose between a built-from-scratch OS and Unix. And then there was Steve Jobs.
Yes, there's Unix under the hood of Mac OS X. But plenty of Mac users prefer useful, friendly GUI utilities. This is certainly true of WhatSize, a program that lets users find what's what and how much on their drives.
After years of installing and managing Unix, Windows and Mac servers, I'm happily settled on Mac OS X Server 10.4 running on an old G4 system, but recently I received my upgrade Mac OS X 10.
SCO has lost an important part of its legal battle against IBM, Novell and open source. It lost the plot years ago.
A U.S. judge's ruling that Novell is the rightful owner of copyrights relating to the Unix OS also has ramifications for other SCO lawsuits.
A US judge's ruling that Novell is the rightful owner of copyrights relating to the Unix OS also has ramifications for other SCO lawsuits
A US federal court judge has ruled that Novell, and not the SCO Group, is the rightful owner of copyrights covering the Unix operating system (OS), a ruling that should have a major effect on a number of lawsuits, including SCO's actions again Novell, IBM and Red Hat.
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