Developer Linux News for Sep 26, 1999
InfoWorld: If 64-bit Windows doesn't take a lifetime to install, it may take that long to build (Sep 26, 1999, 17:19)
"Seriously, though, I would love to see Windows NT run Linux
binaries. Such a feature could prove very useful in certain
Linux Gazette: Linux and the Future (Sep 26, 1999, 16:24)
"In the midst of all of this great evolution, I see a number of
factors that may end up hurting Linux and other free software in
the long run. Here are some of them"
LinuxPR: Easysoft ODBC-ODBC Bridge public beta (Sep 26, 1999, 15:59)
"The ODBC-ODBC Bridge is a package of libraries which provide
applications on Linux with access to ODBC data sources on remote
LinuxPR: KPSQL v.1.0 - A SQL GUI client for PostgresSQL / K Desktop (Sep 26, 1999, 15:52)
"A tool similar to Oracle's Server Manager motif worksheet and
Microsoft's Windows based SQL Server iSQL query has been
WINE 990923 has been released (Sep 26, 1999, 15:39)
Wine is a free implementation of Windows on Unix.
LinuxPR: Linux Journal November 1999 (Sep 26, 1999, 06:07)
"The November 1999 issue of Linux Journal (#67) will be mailed
from the printers in Waseca, Minnesota on October 12, 1999."
PC Magazine: Unix and Linux on the Rise (Sep 26, 1999, 06:00)
"Lots of users are moving from Windows and Unix to Linux because
it has a very particular value proposition: It fits into some
specific areas where users are very task-specific, Web-oriented,
and in need of performance stability."
National Post: Corel joins the free software cult (Sep 26, 1999, 02:55)
"They're mostly interested in so-called "open source" software:
in a nutshell, free software from anyone but Microsoft."
LinuxPR: Linux keyboards and key caps (Sep 26, 1999, 01:37)
"G-N-U GmbH, a German software service company...offers Cherry
keyboards with keys displaying Tux, the Linux penguin, instead of
an other OS logo."