Developer Linux News for Dec 30, 1999
LinuxPR: Easy Software Products Releases ESP Print Pro v4.0.3 (Dec 30, 1999, 22:49)
"ESP Print Pro v4.0.3 is a free patch upgrade for current users
of ESP Print Pro."
LinuxPR: Common UNIX Printing System 1.0.4 Released (Dec 30, 1999, 22:48)
"The Common UNIX Printing System provides a portable printing
layer for UNIX® operating systems."
Jabber.org: Year-End Status Report (Dec 30, 1999, 22:18)
"This message is from the Jabber.org project, and is intended to provide a current overview, for both technical and non-technical users, of the many related technologies, projects, and plans for Jabber."
CNET News.com: Judge rejects group's request to block DVD program (Dec 30, 1999, 21:41)
"Another hearing on the matter is scheduled for Jan. 14, but
legal experts say the movie industry, represented as plaintiffs by
a group called the DVD Copy Control Association, may have a hard
time proving the Web owners have done anything unlawful."
Linux.com: The Nelson Rush interview (Dec 30, 1999, 19:44)
"Nelson Rush...is leader of the QuakeForge Project, whose goals
are to extend Quake 1 (and any future releases by Id Software) into
a whole new realm of virtual gaming and virtual reality, while
maintaining a backwards compatibility layer with the original Quake
and other Quake projects."
Tcl-URL! for December 30, 1999 (Dec 30, 1999, 19:26)
Kernel Cousin samba #5 Is Out (Dec 30, 1999, 18:24)
Compaq.com: Alpha Linux Beowulf Testdrive (Dec 30, 1999, 18:17)
"We are proud to announce the addition of an Alpha Linux Beowulf
cluster in the Compaq Testdrive program. We have set up an eight
node cluster of XP1000s for developers to try their applications
CRN: Ailing Corel Gambles On Linux Future (Dec 30, 1999, 17:17)
"There is so much hype around Linux . . . but it's real stuff,"
said Bill Claybrook, research director at Boston-based Aberdeen
Group Inc. "The real kicker will be in the next year when
applications start porting to Linux."
Intranet Design News: Pervasive Software Releases New Application Server for Linux (Dec 30, 1999, 16:36)
"Tango 2000 is a next-generation development studio designed to
dramatically improve the amount of time necessary to develop and
deploy critical e-business applications."
Ottawa Citizen: Inprise Corp. (formerly Borland) now a soldier in Linux revolution (Dec 30, 1999, 08:04)
"More significantly, demand for a Linux version was double that
for a Windows version."
TheStuff.net: GNOME Transfer Manager [Review] (Dec 30, 1999, 07:50)
"Since switching from Windows to Linux last June, I had been
looking for a feature laden download manager which functions
natively under X Windows, has a queue for downloading files
sequentially, supports resuming on dropped connections, and is
roughly equivalent to GetRight in Windows."
AP: Judge Denies Effort in DVD Case (Dec 30, 1999, 04:18)
"Without comment, Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge
William Elfving denied the group's request for a restraining
Wired: DVD Round 1 Goes to Hackers (Dec 30, 1999, 04:13)
"... Judge William J. Elfving declined the DVD Copy Control
Association's request for a temporary restraining order on
Kernel Cousin debian-hurd #29 Is Out (Dec 30, 1999, 03:18)