Archive | June 17, 2005

Fedora Core 4 released on Monday

OSNews says Meet Fedora Core 4. “The latest issue of Red Hat Magazine includes an interesting overview of the new Fedora Core 4 among other things, released earlier this week.”

I can’t believe I missed the announcement. Must have had a case of the Mondays. Hop over to the Fedora site and join the BitTorrent – share the bandwidth and speed everyone’s download. DVD and CD isos of source and binary are available for i386, x64 and PPC.

WebObjects Now Free With Tiger

WebObjects Now Free With Tiger. Reverberant writes “Macworld reports that has Apple released WebObjects as a free application. From $50,000 to free, the software used to build the iTunes Music Store and Dell’s original online store is now available for free to Tiger users via Xcode 2.1.” From the article: ” The software has historical importance to Apple-watchers: it was originally released in March 1996 – but not by Apple. In fact, WebObjects was developed by NeXT Computer and became Apple’s software only when that company acquired Steve Jobs’ second computer company later that year. While not software on the tip of every Mac users tongue, WebObjects sits behind several significant implementations – the most famous current example being Apple’s iTunes Music Store.” [Slashdot]

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