Developer Linux News for Dec 23, 1998
Alan Cox releases Linux kernel 2.1.132-ac2 (Dec 23, 1998, 18:23)
The second ac kernel in the 2.1.132 development tree.
APC: 1998: The year in review (Dec 23, 1998, 13:59)
The Australian perspective on the IT year.
APC: PowerQuest Partition Magic 4.0 (Dec 23, 1998, 13:23)
"For people interested in Linux partitions, Version 4 supports
the ext2 file system."
APC: Corel WordPerfect 8 for Linux (Dec 23, 1998, 13:18)
"Users of Microsoft Office... should have no trouble
ZDNet: The year in software: Surprise! (Dec 23, 1998, 10:27)
"Talk about coming out of nowhere. The open software trend
became real as Linux built up a head of steam that attracted major
APC: Using Linux as a modem server for both regular dial-in and PPP access (Dec 23, 1998, 04:13)
So you want users to be able to have dial-in PPP access to your
Linux box? Here's how to set it up.
LWN: Zope 1.9 Final released (Dec 23, 1998, 02:29)
Zope is a free, open source web application platform used for
building high-performance, dynamic web sites.
The Motley Fool: Microsoft the Overdog: Ultimate Rule Maker? Not! (Dec 23, 1998, 01:58)
Author Rob Landley summarizes a lot of the bad news about
Microsoft that is building momentum for open-source software.
PC Week: Cyber trial of the century tops docket--indefinitely (Dec 23, 1998, 00:10)
"For decades, a small community of software developers had the
open-source-code concept pretty much to themselves."
Windows Magazine: Killer OS (Dec 23, 1998, 00:04)
Their "letters to the editor" section includes a series of notes
from people advocating Linux.
gnome-ppp 0.2 is available (Dec 23, 1998, 00:01)
"CVS gnome-network now contains what I hope is a stable, but
feature incomplete, gnome-ppp."
Alan Cox releases Linux kernel 2.1.132-ac1 (Dec 23, 1998, 00:00)
The first ac kernel in the 2.1.132 development tree.