From: Wynne, Conor (conor_wynne at domain maxtor.com)
Date: Fri 26 Jul 2002 - 09:27:28 IST
I went to one last year in Leeds, and found it very good. I actually
appreciate mails like this and do NOT consider them as spam.
Don't bith at Caldera people - they didn't spam the list, I did. I though
perhaps some of you might liek to go along but remember TANSTAAFL
----- Forwarded message from Caldera Partner Programme
<CalderaMarketing at domain caldera.rsc01.com> -----
Caldera is pleased to bring the Caldera Partner Briefing (CPB)
to Dublin. The CPB is designed to brief partners and customers -
existing and new - on developments in Caldera's commercial and
DATE & LOCATION:
Caldera invites you to join us for this FREE OF CHARGE briefing at
The Guinness Storehouse, Dublin on Thursday September 12th, 2002.
We do try to make sure that there is room for everyone. However,
places are limited by the size of the venue and we operate on
a first come, first served basis.
To register, click on http://uk.caldera.com/events/
Alternatively, please call Pam Pettecrew on +44 (0)1923 813638.
09.00: Registration & Coffee
09.30: Caldera's Vision for Linux, UNIX & UnitedLinux
10.30: Coffee Break
10.45: Open Source Software Adoption in Business
11.15: Caldera Global Services
13.00: Technical Demonstration -
Delivering Windows File & Print Services using Samba
There's been plenty of noise about Linux and Open Source Software
over the past 12 months - but what does any of this really mean
for commercial organisations? Does it provide a real and valuable
alternative to Microsoft and RISC UNIX server systems? Furthermore,
how is Caldera delivering on its promises to integrate the
traditional SCO UNIX technologies into its Linux strategy?
These briefings will also provide you with a first-hand opportunity
to find out more about the recent industry changing announcement
on UnitedLinux (http://www.unitedlinux.com or
and what it means for your business.
This Caldera Partner Briefing will also detail DTI supported
research on Linux adoption in the business marketplace, how Linux
has grown significantly, and how Caldera's attitude, skill sets
and track record makes us the only credible partner to help you
implement Linux for business.
The afternoon technical session will concentrate on how you can
use Samba to quickly and easily deliver Windows File and Print
services from Linux and SCO OpenServer systems to Windows desktop
PCs. Subject areas to be covered will include "Replacing VisionFS
with Samba on SCO OpenServer 5.0.6" from Caldera, and "Configuring
Samba on Caldera OpenLinux 3.1.1 as a Primary Domain Controller".
Go to http://uk.caldera.com/events for further information on the
agenda and to register.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn the latest from Caldera!
Marketing Manager, UK & Ireland
----- End forwarded message -----
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