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Issue #14 December 2005
- The making of the Fedora logo
- Making One Laptop per Child a reality
- Open source collaboration meets construction
- Creative Commons runs annual fund-raising drive
- Doing more with... more: Dual-head display
- The virtues of Xen
- Open Invention Network to protect against patent threat
- Music to make code by
- Answers to your top 10 support questions
- Fedora Ambassadors Program takes flight
- Developing database-driven applications on Linux
From the Inside
In each Issue
- Editor's blog
- Red Hat speaks
- Ask Shadowman
- Tips & tricks
- Fedora status report
- Magazine archive
Open source in the real world
Open source isn't just for software anymorepeople in all walks of life are recognizing that transparency and collaboration are effective ways of doing business. From community service to community-building, graphic design to home design, we've found examples of folks sharing knowledge to create better work... and perhaps even a better world.
by Alex Maier
We all know what the open source model can do for building software. But what about designing a logo? That's exactly what the Fedora™ Foundation did. Read how Fedora got a mark with more than just good looks.
by Lucy Ringland
Every child deserves a modern education, and it's the goal of the OLPC initiative to develop the technology to make it possible. To build a $100 laptop that works across the globe, no matter how remote the location. Learn how open source techniques power the process.
by Rebecca Fernandez
Think software is the only industry restricted by licenses and closed-source programs? Check out the saga of one intrepid home-builder (and her husband) who wanted to build their new house the open-source way.
by Greg DeKonigsberg
What charities benefit humanity's legacy? Those that protect the evolution of intellectual property from the creator's perspective. Help Creative Commons protect our art so it flourishes collaboratively.
by Mike Behm
Is your desktop too cluttered? Wish you had a bigger screen? How about a second screen instead? Follow these steps to set up dual monitors using Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 4 or Fedora™ Core 4.
by Alex Maier
Xen gives you the manning station you've dreamed about: just you, one monitor and your own little virtual fuselage full of operating systems. Read what developers Rik van Riel and Daniel Veillard have to say.
by Mark Webbink
Consider this effort similar to the 1765 Stamp Act protest of Ben Franklin. It may not be about letterhead and imported paper, but it is about representational democracy. Hear the call of freedom.
by Jonathan Opp
It's just you, a workstation, a pair of headphones, a triple latte, and a few thousand lines of code. In times like these the right music is critical. Music fans at Red Hat offer some advice.
Catch the answers to the most popular questions our support engineers hear, all in one flash film. Watch the step-by-step demos that explain how to register, set up, and improve your deployment 10 easy ways.
by Greg DeKonigsberg
The Fedora Foundation is taking shape, and spreading the word at a tradeshow near you. Hear from current ambassadors, and find out if you qualify for office.
by Bjørn Engsig
Suspect in the future you'll grow your business BIG but for now the investment isn't justified? Well, play like the big boys but for a free ride: test drive Oracle database 10g Express.