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Developer Linux News for Jun 25, 1999

  • CNN: BeOS PCs for the rest of us (Jun 25, 1999, 19:57)
    "AST Computer on Tuesday introduced what it called the first high-performance system to incorporate BeOS, an alternative to Windows and Linux that optimizes digital media applications."

  • Linuxpower.org: Review of Civilization: Call to Power (Jun 25, 1999, 14:19)
    "Loki has definitely done a good job on this port and I look forward to their future titles."

  • Bull releases Open Source Enterprise Java Beans (Jun 25, 1999, 12:57)
    The announcement was made during the Europe Japan Conference on Linux and Free Software yesterday.

  • Open Source Goes Enterprise (Jun 25, 1999, 12:15)
    "During the Europe Japan Conference on Linux and Free Software, leading enterprises and software publishers announced their plans to go Open Source."

  • Andover News: Invisible Linux (Jun 25, 1999, 11:34)
    "There is no obvious way for me to tell that Linux, instead of Windows, is the operating system I'm running right now."

  • GlobeTechnology.com: Software makers board Linux bandwagon (Jun 25, 1999, 09:51)
    "Firms such as tiny e-smith could become the norm with growth of the new, freely available operating system."

  • Yahoo!/AP: Source: AOL, MicroWorkz in Talks (Jun 25, 1999, 09:40)
    "The talks... could have important implications in the Microsoft... antitrust trial... as MicroWorkz's... machines don't use... Windows..."

  • Qt 2.0 released (Jun 25, 1999, 09:07)
    "Qt 2.0 introduces a wide range of major new features as well as substantial improvements over the 1.x series. The documentation has been significally extended and improved."

  • Reuters: Company hopes $199 PCs will draw new Internet users (Jun 25, 1999, 07:16)
    "... the company's latest product, the $199 iToaster, eschews Microsoft Corp.'s market-dominating Windows operating system in favor of a custom-built interface based partly on the rival Linux system."