The following companies and organizations will be exhibiting at this
year's Southern CaliforniA Linux Expo:
Sun Microsystems', Inc. Linux distribution is now delivered on the Sun[tm]
LX50, the first in a family of Linux servers that provide a flexible
solution for applications that live on the edge of the network. Linux is
consistent with Sun's computing vision of employing open standards and
nonproprietary interfaces to develop products and services that address the
needs of a variety of environments.
IBM offers the most comprehensive portfolio of Linux-based e-business
products in the industry, helping companies deploy integrated, scalable
e-business solutions for a competitive advantage in an increasingly
Web-connected world. With such a wide variety of Linux-ready IBM hardware,
software and applications, it's no wonder more and more IBM Business
Partners are expanding their businesses to provide Linux-based solutions to
MSC.Linux is the definitive cluster distribution.
MSC.Linux offers many advantages over other Linux distributions. These
advantages stem from MSC.Software's 40-year heritage and involvement in
high-performance scientific and technical computing.
Features of this distribution include compute cluster management tools,
graphical interface and fast-installation with an easy-to-use, web-based
installation and system administration.
Sony Computer Entertainment
Sony will have Playstation© 2 systems running Linux using the
Linux Kit for Playstation© 2. The kit, which comes with a hard
drive, ethernet adaptor, keyboard and mouse, transforms the
Playstation© 2 into a fully functional desktop computer running
MySQL is showing off their MySQL Database Server, the most widely used
open source database.
The Tolis Group
Tolis makes the BRU backup software for Linux. They will be demonstrating
their backup solutions for everything from personal systems to large
Marshel Network Security is showing its network security device based on
open source. Will also we showing their online reporting system.
ApacheCon will be offering their discounted early bird registration
at the Southern California Linux Expo. Normally, their early bird price
ends on October 4th, but anyone who register at SCALE will receive the
early bird price special.
Hacom is showing embedded OpenBrick platforms. OpenBrick is an open
platform optimized for Open Source / Free Software solutions
(firewall, micro-server, PABX, thin client, multimedia...).
OpenBrick is small (180x118x40mm), light (about 900g) and completely silent
with a fanless 300 Mhz x86 compatible 300Mhz Geode processor.
Software can be installed on a Compact Flash or an optional Hard
Local User Groups:
Webmin - Web-based interface for Unix system administration
Guarddog Firewall - User friendly firewall generation/management
Linux Terminal Server Project
Desktop install of FreeBSD
Notebook install of Debian
Linux server running LDAP, Cyrus, Apache, Samba, and Postfix
Linux client running Evolution
Windows client running Outlook with Bynari client DLLs, allowing it to
think it's talking to an Exchange server.
Games: Quake 3, lbreakout2
Office Applications: Lyx, Abiword, Gnumeric
Unison File Syncronizer
SCO Linux (United Linux 1.0 Beta)
LinuxChix of LA
Open Office Transition and Integration
Virtual Terrain Server
Ben Cooper will be discussing the processor architecture he is designing
for a high-speed, low-power general-purpose computer that uses Linux as
Non Profit Organizations:
Popular Linux distribution
Ins and Outs of FreeBSD
The Open Source core of Apple's OS X
Freesco, a free, open source alternative to Cisco
Wireless networking technology and security
LPBN has demonstrations of the LPBN system. One new feature is videochat.
Interviews between hosts and guests will be done through broadband
streaming. Live video streams of host and guest are captured and
re-broadcast out onto a single stream. The audience can see and hear them
live and use the LPBN videochat to communicate with the host, guest and
other members of the audience.
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study, copy, modify, and redistribute computer software, and to defend the
rights of Free Software users.