Developer Linux News for Feb 24, 1999
Kernel Traffic #7 Now Available (Feb 24, 1999, 22:44)
NewsBytes: HP To Expand Linux Involvement (Feb 24, 1999, 15:30)
"Hewlett-Packard Co. is forming an internal group specifically
to work with the open source software, or OSS, global community,
Newsbytes has learned. The firm plans to make an official
announcement March 1 at the Linux World Expo in San Jose,
Enterprise Computing: HP goes whole hog for Linux (Feb 24, 1999, 15:27)
"Hewlett-Packard is getting set to shift its Linux initiative
into high gear"
PROSA/Debian GNU/Linux released (Feb 24, 1999, 15:06)
This is a distribution of Debian GNU/Linux for Italian
Star-Tribune: Linux not ready for prime time -- or Windows (Feb 24, 1999, 15:05)
"Linux, a free and easily modified version of the Unix operating
system, recently was touted as a rival of Microsoft Windows by no
less than Microsoft itself."
Zope 1.10.2 released (Feb 24, 1999, 14:55)
"This release fixes a number of bugs since 1.10pr1. The only
user-visible change is that there is now a management interface for
importing and exporting objects. You can find out more by visiting
the change log."
Linux kernel 2.2.2ac3 released (Feb 24, 1999, 12:48)
Alan Cox's own kernel patches against the production
www.OpenResourceS.com officially launched on February 23rd (Feb 24, 1999, 12:29)
This is a web-site exclusively dedicated to Free Software and/or
SunWorld: A bazaar fable, Lessons learned from a Perl hack (Feb 24, 1999, 09:34)
"Rich's recent experience with a Perl hack has him singing the
praises of open source."
LinuxPPC Inc. to show quad-CPU PowerPC 750 computer at LinuxWorld Expo (Feb 24, 1999, 09:28)
Oracle Internet Developer: Q & A with Linus Torvalds (Feb 24, 1999, 01:31)
"Given the large crowd welcoming Linus Torvalds at the Oracle
OpenWorld last November, it's also clear that Linux users admire
and respect the soft-spoken Torvalds. Here are some of the
highlights from his interview."