Google has responded to Oracle's lawsuit over the use of Java in Android, claiming that the mobile OS does not violate Oracle's patents while accusing Ellison and company of a certain Java open source hypocrisy.
Decade-old lawsuit exhumed in response to SCO motion for reconsideration.
Sad that Game of Thrones has wrapped up its third season? Looking for some drama to fill the time? We've got just the thing for you. One of the Internet's longest-running and most-hated lawsuits is back: SCO v.
I have a question about Unix and Linux and their licenses.
If you choose to make an operating system based on the Linux kernel then you have to distribute it for free under the GPL License, but if you choose to make an OS based on the Unix kernel (example: an OS based on FreeBSD) do you have permission to make it closed-source and to take copyrights making it a proprietary software distributing i
As expected, Samsung has filed a lawsuit against Apple’s latest iPhone — the iPhone 5 — alleging the smartphone infringes patents it holds. Commenting on the action in a statement given to Reuters, Samsung said: “We have little choice but to take the steps necessary to protect our innovations and intellectual property rights.”
We’ve contacted Samsung for furthe
WonderWoofy wrote:Can you chroot and find out what is in the journal? You may not even have to chroot, as I think you can simply use the -D option.Interesting. I didn't know about the systemd logging. I'm glad it's on by default. Here is the excerpt:...
Feb 19 21:39:40 swamp systemd: Started Trigger Flushing of Journal to Persistent Storage.