"proprietary" tag

Write Your Own conio.h for GNU/Linux

Here’s a close look at the technique and code for console handling in Standard (i.e., ISO/ANSI) C/C++.   In the latter part of the article readers are encouraged to write their own code for…

A Peek into Open Source Licences

Open source is the mantra of today’s tech world. While it is being used in that personal computer sitting on your desk, it is also being used in the computing systems in NASA’s…

Open Source has become a Political Statement

Know how the open source community ended up making waves of change for the rest of society With the memory of the internet-rebellion against U.S. internet control legislation SOPA and PIPA and the…

Open Source Access to MS Exchange Server Using DavMail

This article introduces DavMail and demonstrates its importance in corporate scenarios for accessing mail from MS Exchange Server. Many enterprises use Microsoft Exchange for corporate e-mail; usually, there’s no avoiding it. While Exchange…

Paul Frields: Proprietary Software Has Had Its Day and is on the Way Out!

In February 2008, Paul W. Frields joined Red Hat as the Fedora Project Leader. Naturally, on the occasion of the 10th release of Fedora, we needed the FPL’s insight into what goes inside the project. So, here’s Paul for you…

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