Developer Linux News for Jan 24, 1999
SGI Wintels get unofficial Linux support (Jan 24, 1999, 14:44)
The new SGI Visual Workstations 320 and 540 are running
CRN: Lotus, America Online To Team For Web Communities (Jan 24, 1999, 02:47)
"Lotus Development Corp... scored points at its annual
conference here last week with promises to support Linux..."
Information Week: A Delicate Balance -- Load-Balancing Switches And Routers May Be A Good
Option If Your Company Needs The Kind Of Scalability That Clustering
Doesn't Offer Yet (Jan 24, 1999, 02:29)
"Software-only solutions are typically add-ons to Windows NT or
Unix servers running Linux or other flavors of Unix."
Information Week: Small Size, Big Implications -- Will Corel's Netwinder
Have The Same Impact As The PC, The Apple II, And The Imac? (Jan 24, 1999, 01:56)
"... we were enthralled to see the new Corel Netwinder computer,
which is no bigger than a hardcover book."
InfoWorld: Bug Invasion (Jan 24, 1999, 00:07)
"For the first time since 1994, the editors of BugNet have
decided not to present an annual award for the year's best bug-fix
Gnuplot 3.7 released (Jan 24, 1999, 00:03)
"One of the most important changes in this release is the
revised copyright statement. gnuplot can now be distributed in
binary form even if the sources were modified, provided that the
conditions in the copyright statement are satisfied."
Linux IPFW Firewall Design Tool Announced (Jan 24, 1999, 00:02)
Robert L. Ziegler has written a nifty tool for creating a
firewall with Linux, completely accessed online through a web
WebMaker-0.8.0 released (Jan 24, 1999, 00:01)
WebMaker is a KDE HTML editor.
Weekly Status Reports Requested from Mozilla Developers (Jan 24, 1999, 00:00)
"If you are working on porting Mozilla, or extending it in any
way, we'd like to hear from you. Just send your email address to us
via firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll send you a status update
request every week. Your status update will be added to the status
page at mozilla.org."