Developer Linux News for Dec 22, 1998
Linux kernel version 2.1.132 released (Dec 22, 1998, 18:49)
The latest development kernel is available for
LabVIEW For Linux/x86 GPIB (NI-488.2) Driver Software (Dec 22, 1998, 14:48)
"This driver supports National Instruments AT-GPIB/TNT and
PCI-GPIB cards. It may be used with the LabVIEW's GPIB or NI488.2
primitives or called from C by linking your program with the
supplied cib.c file."
PLCOM: Success seen as part of `anything but Microsoft' attitude (Dec 22, 1998, 13:28)
"Linux challenges giants with off-the-Net program: Server
operating systems: Success seen as part of `anything but Microsoft'
Open Directory Project lists many KDE websites (Dec 22, 1998, 12:13)
directory.mozilla.org now has an area devoted to KDE
PC Week: Making a little noise about Squeak (Dec 22, 1998, 11:44)
"Sounds to me like a better Java."
Alan Cox reports success with the MediaGX (Dec 22, 1998, 09:55)
The MediaGX is a motherboard/video card/cpu combination from
Cyrix. Alan Cox reports that it now runs great with his latest ac
kernel and XFree86 3.3.3.
PC Quest: From the OS Warfront (Dec 22, 1998, 03:10)
"The year was supposed to belong to NT 5 and its Active
Directory. But Linux stole the show with unprecedented corporate,
media and software vendor attention."
LinuxWorld: Compiling Apache--A step-by-step guide (Dec 22, 1998, 01:11)
By Mark Komarinski and Cary Collet
BlackBox 0.50.2 released today. Includes KDE support (Dec 22, 1998, 00:13)
This is an important event for KDE, since in this version,
BlackBox, a modern, efficient window-manager, includes support for
KDE desktop functionalities.
KDE Programming Tutorial 0.2 (Dec 22, 1998, 00:09)
Here is a manual for programming KDE applications.
Zope 1.9b3 released (Dec 22, 1998, 00:00)
Zope is a free, open source web application platform used for
building high-performance, dynamic web sites.