How To Integrate ClamAV Into PureFTPd For Virus Scanning On Debian Squeeze

How To Integrate ClamAV Into PureFTPd For Virus Scanning On Debian Squeeze

This tutorial explains how you can integrate ClamAV into PureFTPd for
virus scanning on a Debian Squeeze system. In the end, whenever a file
gets uploaded through PureFTPd, …

Debian Project News – April 30th, 2012

Welcome to this year’s ninth issue of DPN, the newsletter for the Debian community. Topics covered in this issue include: * Deploy your own “cloud” with Debian “Wheezy” * Debian Tour in Nicaragua * Debian at ESRF * Bits from the DPL * Interviews * Other news * Upcoming events * New Debian Contributors * […]

Linux and Gaming: Full Steam Ahead

There’s been virtually continuous cause for celebration here in the Linux blogosphere over the last month or so, but it seems safe to say that few news items have caused quite as much jubilation as what greeted one tidbit last week, in particular. “It has taken longer than most anyone would have anticipated, but the […]

Samba 3.6.5, 3.5.15 and 3.4.17 Security Releases Available

Release Announcements ===================== Samba 3.6.5, 3.5.15 and 3.4.17 are security releases in order to address CVE-2012-2111. o CVE-2012-2111: Samba 3.4.x to 3.6.4 are affected by a vulnerability that allows arbitrary users to modify privileges on a file server. Changes: ——– o Jeremy Allison <> * Fix incorrect permission checks when granting/removing privileges (CVE-2012-2111). The original […]

Softpedia Linux Weekly, Issue 197

The following Linux-based operating systems have been announced last week: Snowlinux 2, Linux Mint Debian Edition 201204, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and Ubuntu Studio 12.04 LTS. Softpedia Linux Blog news includes articles about Linux kernel 3.4 RC4, Mozilla Firefox 12.0, OpenSSH 6.0, Parted Magic 2012_04_21, Shutter 0.88.3, Linux kernel 3.3.4, gThumb 3.0.0, SeaMonkey 2.9, Mozilla Thunderbird […]

== PostgreSQL Weekly News – April 29 2012 ==

== PostgreSQL Weekly News – April 29 2012 == == PostgreSQL Jobs for April == == PostgreSQL Local == PGCon 2012 will be held 17-18 May 2012, in Ottawa at the University of Ottawa. It will be preceded by two days of tutorials on 15-16 May 2012. PGDay France will be in Lyon […]

DrupalCon Munich Accepting Session Submissions

The call for papers is still open for DrupalCon Munich — but only until May 11!  Trainings too! The DrupalCon content team is looking for sessions that cover pushing the boundaries of Drupal and its increasing use as a cross platform system. Help shape what is presented at DrupalCon with this year’s theme, “Open Up! Connecting systems and people.”

Any proposals for sessions should fit within one of the following tracks:

  • Coding and Development
  • Community
  • Design and Theming
  • Business and Strategy
  • Site building
  • DevOps

To learn more about each topic, view the Session Track page. Here you can find out the anticipated audience and the topic focus, as set forward by each track chair. Selected Sessions and Trainings will be announced May 29.

Curious to learn how sessions are selected at DrupalCon? Learn more about the session selection process.

Core conversations will open for submissions on May 29, read more about Core Conversations on our website.

We are also inviting all organizations with training experience to submit proposals for the Pre-Conference Trainings, to be held on Monday, 20th August 2012.

Open Up – submit your session before May 11!  We look forward to seeing you in Munich August 20-24. Join the Drupal community in Europe this summer and register now for early-bird pricing.

The Perfect Server – Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Apache2, BIND, Dovecot, ISPConfig 3)

The Perfect Server – Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Apache2, BIND, Dovecot, ISPConfig 3)

This tutorial shows how to prepare an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise
Pangolin) server (with Apache2, BIND, Dovecot) for the installation of ISPConfig 3,
and how to install ISPCon…

Ubuntu Builder Updated with New UI, User Guide and Ubuntu 12.04 Support

Ubuntu Builder allows you to create your own Ubuntu based distribution in clicks. You are free to choose your own desktop environment, window manager, packages etc, and customize Ubuntu the way you want. Ubuntu Builder has been updated with a cleaner UI with nice monochrome icons. Some people were requesting documentation so a nice user guide has been added. […]

‘Widelands’ Updated

Widelands is an open source real-time strategy game inspired by Settlers II. In this game, you start out on a small piece of land with nothing more than a few of useful resources. Using those, you can build yourself an empire with many thousands of inhabitants. On your way towards this goal, you will have to […]

Unknown Horizons 2012.1 Release

Heya everybody, today we proudly announce our latest release: Unknown Horizons 2012.1! Almost on time, and we think fixing the last known crash was worth waiting a few days. Enjoy this great release! Before we go into the details, we’d like to thank our friends at FIFE for releasing their newest changes prior to schedule, […]

“Precise Tweak”: Ubuntu Tweak 0.7.0 released!

After two months’ development, I am proud to announce the new version of Ubuntu Tweak, so called “Precise Tweak” (Sorry, I just stole the code name from Ubuntu 12.04 ). I set the release date just one day before the final release of Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin, because I want every one is able to upgrade […]

Blender 2.63

The Blender Foundation and online developer community is proud to present Blender 2.63. The 2.6x series is being targeted at including all work that happened in branches or patches past years. This release was focused on integrating and stabilizing the long awaited BMesh modelling system, which has full support for N-sided polygons and many new […]

Stable kernel updates 3.0.30 and 3.3.4

Greg KH has released two stable kernel updates: 3.0.30 and 3.3.4. Both have the usual pile of important fixes in many areas.

Xfce 4.10 released

Today, after 1 year and 4 months of work, we are pleased to announce the release of the Xfce desktop 4.10, a new stable version that supersedes Xfce 4.8. In the 4.10 cycle we mainly focused on polishing the desktop and improving the user experience in various ways. Highlights of this release are: A new […]

Presentation List for Akademy 2012 Tallinn

The Akademy 2012 Program Committee is proud to present the Akademy 2012 Sessions. Given the broad nature of KDE, the proposals submitted contained a wealth of interesting and valuable topics. From those, 28 proposals were selected that we felt would address the most relevant topics and be deep enough in the areas of most interest […]

Mythbuntu 12.04 released!

Mythbuntu 12.04 has been released.  With this release, we are providing mirroring on sponsored mirrors and torrents. It is very important to note that this release is only compatible with MythTV 0.25 systems. The MythTV component of previous Mythbuntu releases can be be upgraded to a compatible MythTV version by using the Mythbuntu Repos. For a […]

New Features in Ubuntu Studio 12.04 LTS

Ubuntu Studio is the Ubuntu flavour designed for content creation. It’s produced as a DVD image that can also be converted to an USB stick and includes support for most languages by default. Ubuntu Studio 12.04 LTS is a 3 year Long Term Support release and will be supported until April 2015. Due to overwhelming […]

Ubuntu Rescue Remix 12.04

Version 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) of the very best Free-Libre Open-Source data recovery software toolkit based on Ubuntu is out. Ubuntu-Rescue-Remix provides a robust yet lean system for data recovery and forensics. No graphical interface is used; the live system can boot and function normally on machines with very little memory or processor power. Following Ubuntu’s […]

Canonical Pursues Android World with Updated App

Ubuntu itself may still be a long way away from running on a phone or tablet. But that isn’t stopping Canonical from trying to establish a foothold in the Android market via Ubuntu One, which just saw the release of a new version of its Android app boasting a host of updated features. Here’s the […]