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Dell switches internal servers to Linux
Posted By Adam Beecher - 10:52, 24 January 2003
Dell Computer has switched 14 of its internal servers from Sun Microsystems machines to its own systems running Linux and a new version of Oracle's database software, Chief Information Officer Randy Mott said Thursday.
Voila! Workspot Linux is instant and portable 'magic'
Posted By Adam Beecher - 10:51, 24 January 2003
Workspot is an online Linux desktop. You go there in any browser (java-enabled is better), login, and start up Red Hat Linux within that browser. It is so cool, I really want it to be something that people go for. I want it to succeed.
Linux creator to attend linux.conf.au
Posted By Adam Beecher - 10:24, 21 January 2003
Linux creator Linus Torvalds is not officially scheduled to give any general or technical talk at Australia's national Linux conference, Linux.Conf.Au 2003, which is being held in Perth from tomorrow.
Developers Mull Linux Choices
Posted By Adam Beecher - 10:18, 21 January 2003
As momentum for embedded Linux systems builds, open-source developers are divided on whether commercial tools or open-source options are the best way to write to embedded Linux devices.
As Linux Nips at Microsoft, Its Advocates Talk Numbers
Posted By Adam Beecher - 10:17, 21 January 2003
The evidence is now overwhelming that Linux, once a symbol of software's counterculture, has become a mainstream technology. The Linux World conference that begins in New York tomorrow promises to be a staid, corporate affair.
New Tutorial: Managing access with CVS
Posted By Ken Guest - 13:27, 20 January 2003
Edited by Ken Guest - 13:27, 20 January 2003
David Neary wrote a fine article on managing access with CVS.
Linux trojan starts circulating
Posted By Adam Beecher - 20:37, 15 January 2003
An explolit for the Linux mpg123 mp3 player has started circulating, following the release of the code for the same by the Gobbles security group. Anti-virus software maker Symantec has christened it as Trojan.Linux.JBellz.
Intel Offers Testing Tools for Linux
Posted By Adam Beecher - 20:32, 15 January 2003
Edited by Adam Beecher - 20:32, 15 January 2003
Even though Intel has been a longstanding supporter of the Linux operating system, the company has not had an official VTune offering for Linux developers. That is until now.
Nokia releases developer suite tools for Linux
Posted By Adam Beecher - 20:30, 15 January 2003
Nokia has urged Linux users to develop applications for mobile phones and wireless devices, making available for free a suite of different software development tools.
Bull takes fast track to Linux deployment
Posted By Adam Beecher - 09:59, 13 January 2003
Groupe Bull SA has announced the launch of a new Linux server and software stack called LinuxExpress, which includes hardware, services and open source software for web, groupware, application servers, and high availability.