Category Archives: Open source

Ubuntu Hardy Heron v8.04 LTS + OSCAR v9.06 VMware image

Ubuntu Hardy Heron v8.04 Server & OSCAR McMaster Clinical Management System (CMS) RELEASE 9_06 What is OSCAR McMaster Clinical Management System (CMS)? OSCAR is a Suite of Applications which serve to enhance the health and social service community’s ability to … Continue reading

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VMware Server 2.0 + Ubuntu Hardy Heron v8.04 LTS + OSCAR v9.06

Coming soon… How to get VMware Server 2.0, Ubuntu Hardy Heron v8.04 LTS & OSCAR v9.06 to play together nicely. oh and yes we do have a working VMware image of Oscar EMR macpablo

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Audit your Linux box with Lynis

Lynis is an auditing tool for Unix (specialists). It scans the system and available software, to detect security issues. Beside security related information it will also scan for general system information, installed packages and configuration mistakes. Continue reading

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We are working on a local install of Oscar medical for Mac

We are in the process of developing a local install of Oscar Medical for OS X.  I’ll have more information as it becomes avaliable.   Thanks Macpablodesigns

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Emphony Technologies achieves 100 per cent uptime with Ubuntu

New business Emphony Technologies needed to implement a cost-effective, reliable and available IT infrastructure. It wanted to introduce a server environment on which its infrastructure that project management applications and common workloads could both run. The company chose to implement … Continue reading

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The Cathedral & the Bazaar – An Essay about Open Source

I anatomize a successful open-source project, fetchmail, that was run as a deliberate test of the surprising theories about software engineering suggested by the history of Linux. I discuss these theories in terms of two fundamentally different development styles, the … Continue reading

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