OpenLogic, a provider of enterprise open source software support and governance solutions for hundreds of open source packages, today announced it is conducting a survey to help identify how well companies understand their use of open source and their obligations to comply with open source licenses.
OpenLogic, a provider of enterprise open source software support and governance solutions for CentOS and hundreds of other open source packages, today announced it will partner with GroundWork to provide CentOS support for the GroundWork Monitor Enterprise Quickstart Virtual Appliance based on CentOS.
Summary: News items that advertise OpenLogic’s products continue to create an elevated FOSS licence scare
THIS post is an assessment of OpenLogic’s business model and strategy, which usually starts with marketing that’s disguised as a ‘study’. OpenLogic ‘studies’ are to Microsoft FUD what Novell’s Moonlight is to Silverlight.
OpenLogic has found that open source components are being widely used inside of mobile app store applications: "OpenLogic analyzed over 450 Apple App Store and Google Android apps and found that 88 percent of Android and 41 percent of Apple iOS apps had an open source component.
We all know that lots of companies use open-source software. Trying to get a handle on what open-source programs they use can be a little harder. That's why OpenLogic, an open-source software support company's recent report on both their growth and what programs businesses are asking for help with ...
I recently installed Crunchbang on my desktop computer, which has been my scanning workhorse this far. I have an old Agfa Duoscan F40 flatbed scanner and on WinXP I used Vuescan, which also works on Linux, for all my scanning. After plugging in the scanner (USB) and turning it on, and launching Vuescan, the application doesn't detect the scanner.
Using a scanner in Linux is somewhat different than using that same scanner hardware in Windows. This week's Linux Picks focuses on how the XSane scanner app handles that process. In the Windows world, scanner hardware is TWAIN-compatible through manufacturer-developed scanning software.