Submitted by Melissa Ames on Wed, 28/10/2015 - 11:45
The latest version of Linux Kernel has been released and is ready for download.
The prediction was that many of the updates would see minor changes, however, it turns out the fifth edition is the most reliable yet. The most prominent changes to the nucleus of the GNU/Linux operating system are the GPU updates and a fix for Nouveau. Improvements have also been made to many hardware architectures.
From a numerical stance, the latest version has seen changes to 64 files, with 465 insertions and 312 deletions.
Linux Kernel developer Greg KH, announced the release of the 4.2.5 Kernel and stated:
Submitted by Melissa Ames on Thu, 22/10/2015 - 09:35
Last week, we celebrated our 11th Birthday in the UK!
We have seen some amazing developments in Open Source for business over the last 11 years. With these, our team, experience and knowledge have all expanded. As a result, we are proud to be leading the way for implementing Open Source into businesses and staying on the front line of the Open Source community and its developments.
Submitted by Melissa Ames on Fri, 02/10/2015 - 12:48
Odoo V9 is here!
Over the last year the Odoo team have been working to create the latest ediiton of Odoo, increasing the efficiency and functionality of its modules. The result, version 9, is the simplest and most advanced version to date.
Odoo listen to the advice and requests from users and try to implement improvements based upon these suggestions. Here at credativ, our Odoo experts have been eagerly awaiting the release and are excited to see the benefits and how they can be extended to our clients.
Submitted by Melissa Ames on Fri, 21/08/2015 - 12:12
As a cloud computing platform from Microsoft, Azure provides a growing collection of integrated services for analysis, computing, database, mobile devices, networking, storage, and web.
The free Linux distribution Debian will also be available on the Azure platform in the future.
In conjunction with Microsoft, credativ is currently preparing corresponding Debian images for Debian 8 (Jessie) and Debian before 7 (Wheezy), which are specially designed to run on Azure and can be easily managed via the platform. credativ will also support the long term maintenance and updating of the Debian images for Azure through its Open Source Support Centres.
Submitted by Melissa Ames on Thu, 30/07/2015 - 12:56
We are supporting the Odoo business security audit campaign.
Our developers have extensive experience with Odoo and we understand the importance of ensuring users have full trust in the software.
One of our consultants, Ondrej, has a significant history with the development of Odoo and completed research on its security features over recent years. He has extensive experience testing and planning security systems for numerous clients and full software infrastructures. Coupled with a comprehensive knowledge of Odoo across many versions, Ondrej has the skills and experience to really contribute to this campaign.
Submitted by Melissa Ames on Wed, 01/07/2015 - 11:42
About Faction Skis
Faction design, market and sell winter sports equipment, apparel and acessories. The international company is based in Switzerland with offices also in the UK and the USA. Each national body markets and operates as its own entity, but is a component of the Faction Collective. Specialising in ski-wear, Faction work harmoniously with professional athletes to design and manufacture the products that will create the best experience possible.
Submitted by Melissa Ames on Thu, 04/06/2015 - 12:14
[Howto] LDAP scheme for Postfix queries
Mentioned within the official Postfix documentation is the requirement for LDAP verification of address types that are not offered by default. To help you get started, we have uploaded a corresponding scheme on our credativ-Github account.
This Postfix LDAP 'howto' document describes an example of how Postfix can access LDAP to look up addresses or their aliases. Here, the 'howto' assumes that two attributes are defined in the LDAP scheme: mailacceptinggeneralid and maildrop. Postfix calls as mailacceptinggeneralid in src / global / dict_ldap.c on: