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Axis launches Linux computer on a chip
Posted By Adam Beecher - 11:07, 27 December 2002
Axis Communications, a network technology company based in Massachusetts, has annouced availability of a system on a chip, that integrates 2MB Flash, 8MB SDRAM and an Ethernet transceiver into a single chip with a 27mm x 27mm footprint.
Indian Government Moves to Let Linux In
Posted By Adam Beecher - 11:06, 27 December 2002
Webi writes "The government of India has started taking precise, wide-reaching steps to usher in a Linux wave in India." India sure seems to be a highly contested arena lately. Interestingly, India's plan calls for government-sponsored support and call centers. Looks like they've really thought this through.
Microsoft alters anti-Linux message
Posted By Adam Beecher - 11:05, 27 December 2002
Microsoft Corp. executives have called the open-source software Linux a cancer. They’ve even described the increasingly popular operating system — an alternative to Microsoft’s proprietary Windows — as un-American.But now they’re hoping to attach a different word: costly.
Beginners Linux Guide: the ps command
Posted By Ken Guest - 14:02, 17 December 2002
Henning Heyne has written a Beginners Linux Guide to using the ps command for the Beginners Linux.
There's a guy down the road swears he's Slashdot Ireland
Posted By Ken Guest - 09:00, 13 December 2002
Edited by Ken Guest - 09:00, 13 December 2002
slackroot have just started a new project, Ireland's Slackroot", basically this is a "SlashDot Ireland".
GUADEC 4 in Dublin?
Posted By Ken Guest - 15:56, 11 December 2002
Edited by Ken Guest - 15:56, 11 December 2002
As contributed by nils
Would you be able to attend GUADEC 4 if held in Dublin during June of 2003?
Open Source in the EU - how one agency introduced it
Posted By Adam Beecher - 15:14, 6 December 2002
Not a lot of people know that Europe has an equivalent of the US Food and Drug Administration; but it has, it's based in London's docklands, and it's taking the Unix/Linux route to fulfil some pretty special and exacting networking requirements.
IBM debuts new Linux-only server
Posted By Adam Beecher - 11:05, 4 December 2002
IBM will announce a new low-end server Wednesday, its first Power processor-based system that can run the Linux operating system without needing IBM's AIX as well.
Does Free Linux Have Hidden Costs?
Posted By Adam Beecher - 11:03, 4 December 2002
Organizations running Windows 2000 spend less in the long run for some tasks, such as print and file serving, than organizations running Linux, according to a new survey from research company IDC.
Red Hat preps Linux for technical workstations
Posted By Adam Beecher - 11:02, 4 December 2002
Red Hat Inc is lining up the release of an enterprise workstation version of its Advanced Server Linux operating system. To be released in the first quarter of 2003 the workstation operating system will be aimed at technical users, but could lead to a focus on the general-purpose desktop market, according to Red Hat's vice president of engineering, Paul Cormier.