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Developer Linux News for Oct 22, 1998

  • CNET: Informix courting Linux users (Oct 22, 1998, 17:44)
    The company sees demand for Linux applications growing extremely fast.

  • CMPNET: Netscape Communicator 4.5--Smart browsing? (Oct 22, 1998, 16:48)
    ... we'll take a quick look at what may be in Mozilla 5.0, Netscape's much-heralded open source release.

  • Inter@ctive Week: Open code frees up the Net (Oct 22, 1998, 13:52)
    To date, the idea that software developers working within multiple organizations without compensation to call their own could possibly mount a serious challenge to Microsoft's hordes of wealthy or soon-to-be-wealthy programmers -- working from the safe solidity of a near-monopoly in the programs that control the operations of desktop, portable and server computers -- has been scoffed at as the wishful thinking of the company's plentiful but weak detractors.

  • Netscape Communicator 4.5 RPMs uploaded to ftp.redhat.com (Oct 22, 1998, 11:22)
    Andrew J. Piziali has uploaded libc5 RPMs to the Red Hat FTP site Incoming.

  • InfoWorld: IBM's latest DB2 gains Web administration capability (Oct 22, 1998, 01:59)
    DB2 Universal Database, Enterprise Edition, Version 5.2... gains a slew of useful features that ease administration, improve application access, and enhance database connectivity.