Developer Linux News for Jan 26, 1999
The Wonderful World of Linux 2.2 -- 'revised millennium penguin' version (Jan 26, 1999, 15:51)
The features and benefits of the 2.2 kernel. "I've now had three
separate "final" versions, but I really mean it this time." --
Enterprise Computing: New version of Linux posted (Jan 26, 1999, 15:35)
"The final version of the new Linux kernel was posted last
night, 20 minutes before an informal deadline set by Linux leader
Linus Torvalds." - Complete
NewsBytes: Linux Kernel 2.2 Released As Final (Jan 26, 1999, 15:35)
"The wait is over. After two years in development, versions 2.2
of the Linux operating system 'kernel,' or basic OS core, was
released Tuesday morning as a final, stable version." - Complete
Loki To Launch Activision's ``Civilization: Call To Power'' for Linux (Jan 26, 1999, 15:30)
"Next-Generation World Building Strategy Game Will Be First
Commercial Game on Linux"
The Coolest Place for Linux Software Just Got Better! Linux-Howto.com joins
Linuxberg (Jan 26, 1999, 12:36)
"Howto.Linuxberg.com will function as the product support
portion of Linuxberg..."
Linux 2.2.0ac1 released (Jan 26, 1999, 10:06)
It's true, Alan Cox has already posted a patch for the 2.2.0
MAILBOX INTERNET: Mailbox Internet adopts multiprocessor Linux 2.2 (Jan 26, 1999, 02:19)
"Internet Service Provider Mailbox Internet is one of the first
adopters of the long-awaited Linux 2.2 kernel..."
Linux Journal: The K Desktop Environment, Version 1.0 (Jan 26, 1999, 01:20)
Review by Bill Cunningham.
Linux Journal: Csound for Linux (Jan 26, 1999, 01:07)
"Csound is a music composition and sound programming language
originally written by Barry Vercoe at MIT."
Linux Journal: Building Network Management Tools with Tcl/Tk (Jan 26, 1999, 00:10)
"For readers wanting an introduction to Tcl/Tk and SNMP, I think this book serves well..." -- reviewer Syd Logan
GNOME 0.99.3 ready for easy installation (Jan 26, 1999, 00:02)
RPMS are released, and here is a walk-through of the correct
order to install them.
KDE website features bug report system (Jan 26, 1999, 00:01)
In preparatinos for KDE 1.1, the bug report system is now
Wildcard Design, Inc. considering a port of their top selling game (Jan 26, 1999, 00:00)
The Linux Games website
has posted a message from Wildcard Design, Inc., who is looking
feedback on the amount of interest in a Linux port of their game,