The Linux operating system, and related GNU utilities
Karen M. Sandler, executive director of the Software Freedom Conservancy, and Tarus Balog founder and CEO of The OpenNMS Group, will be keynote speakers at Ohio LinuxFest 2017, which will take place September 29-30 in Columbus, Ohio.
Warner Moore reports that Ohio LinuxFest 2017 will take place September 29 and 30, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency in Columbus, Ohio.
Dear friends of the open source community,
It is with great sadness that we inform you that the founder of the Debian project Ian Murdock passed away on December 30, 2015.
Ohio LinuxFest, which takes places October 2-3, 2015 in Columbus, Ohio, is seeking presentations on all topics of interest to the Free and Open Source Software community. Sine Nomine Associates engineers have long been associated with the conference.
What is it?
Linus Torvalds developed the Linux kernel as an open source operating system alternative and distributed its first version, 0.01, in 1991. Linux was initially distributed as source code only, and later as a pair of downloadable floppy disk images – one bootable and containing the Linux kernel itself, and the other with a set of GNU utilities and tools for setting up a file system.
Sine Nomine Associates is proud to announce that our SNA- NJE/IP bridge technology now supports open systems (Linux, Solaris and AIX) and Windows in IPv4 and IPv6 environments providing bi-directional communications capability.
Ken Starks, who writes and publishes The Blog of Helios, was a featured speaker at the recent Ohio LinuxFest in Columbus, Ohio. He writes about his experience at the conference in an article for Foss Force.
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What is HAO for RHEL on System z?
Developed and supported by Sine Nomine Associates and incorporating Red Hat technologies, the High-Availability Option (HAO) for Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Systems z provides software and support tooling to implement clustered, highly available system services and data storage services on System z hardware.