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Open Season: System i gets PHP support

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Zend Technologies delivers PHP to IBM System i

Zend Technologies announced this week the immediate availability of Zend Core for i5/OS and Zend Studio Professional for i5/OS, IBM's flagship operating system for System i hardware.

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Based in Cupertino, Calif., Zend Technologies Ltd. develops Web application platform products and services for PHP applications.

The move was the result of increased demand from its System i customers for PHP support, IBM said. By having PHP available for i5/OS, System i customers will now have the ability to develop Web applications or create Web front ends for existing applications written in RPG, C, C++ or Java. Zend Core for i5/OS also includes a toolkit that enables PHP applications to access the DB2 database and other resources in i5/OS.

Novell: 165,000 SUSE Linux 10 downloads and counting

Novell said this week that components of the SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 platform have been downloaded 165,000 times within the first 10 days.

The company also said that some 286,000 unique visitors logged on to register and test some of the new subscription and software update services during the same period. In addition, between the platform's release and the date of the press release -- from July 17 to July 28 -- the SUSE Linux Enterprise homepage logged more than 312,000 visits, according to Novell.

OpenVZ project incorporated into Debian Linux

The OpenVZ project has been incorporated into Debian GNU/Linux. The OpenVZ software is designed to assist users by increasing server virtualization rates.

At the same time, the OpenVZ project revised licensing terms for its user-level utilities under the GNU GPL license to comply with the Debian Free Software Guidelines. Additionally, OpenVZ software now conforms to the Linux Standard Base/File Hierarchy Standard.

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