Developer Linux News for Nov 27, 1999
Linuxnewbie.org updates their NHF collection (Nov 27, 1999, 20:54)
Some updates to Linuxnewbie.org's documentation project have
The revisions are to the Kernel
compilation, and the
mozillaZine: What is a Mozilla Alpha? (Nov 27, 1999, 19:20)
"We're not at Beta yet, but with any luck, we'll be far enough
along at the M12 release, or soon after, that we're all happy
calling it "Mozilla Alpha". How will we know when we're there? Of
course, there's the general "I'll know it when I see it" test. But
we'd also like to have some more objective Alpha criteria to work
Linux Answers: Review: Phat Linux 3.2 (Nov 27, 1999, 18:30)
"Phat Linux, a single-CD distribution available at
www.phatlinux.com, offers an alternative approach by installing
itself into a Windows directory. No partitioning is required - the
distribution lives in a folder on a Windows drive."
Linux.com: Your Desktop, Your Control (Nov 27, 1999, 17:48)
"One of the features that has made linux so popular is how you
have complete control over your system. You make things happen the
way you want them to, when you want, and this is no different with
the desktop aspect."
LinuxPR: Bynari Announces Release 1-2 of TradeMail (Nov 27, 1999, 06:02)
"The Linux/UNIX Desktop Client for Microsoft Exchange Becoming
Popular On Its Own."
Presswire: First demo of Itanium processor-based Linux cluster (Nov 27, 1999, 05:36)
"SGI has demonstrated the first Linux cluster based on Intel's
IA-64 Itanium processor, using the Supercomputing 99 show as the
venue for the event."
Slashdot: Interview: KDE Developers Answer Your Questions (Nov 27, 1999, 04:34)
"This week, thoughts on KDE's future from some of the people who
work directly on it, specifically Kurt Granroth and Richard
New Bynari Trademail Out! (Nov 27, 1999, 03:49)
"... product will have full exchange email support [for