Developer Linux News for Aug 11, 2000
BW: TeamLinux Partners with Knox Software to Offer Enterprise Linux Data Backup Solutions (Aug 11, 2000, 23:08)
"This alliance with Arkeia supports the TeamLinux growth
strategy which calls for rapid, aggressive growth through
acquisitions to form a national network of regional offices, and
the development of strategic partnerships with complimentary Linux
and open source industry leaders."
PRNewswire: Internet Browser Introduced on Applied Data Systems Graphics Client (Aug 11, 2000, 23:03)
"The availability of Century Software's high-quality embedded
web browser and multimedia solutions allows the ADS Graphics Client
to be used in an increasing number of embedded Linux
BW: Omnis Technology to Again Sponsor LinuxWorld 'Show Favorites' Awards (Aug 11, 2000, 22:38)
"Through this interactive application, attendees will be able to
obtain information about vendors and products as well as vote for
their favorite show products in 12 categories, including
Internet/Intranet/Extranet, Peripherals/Support Services,
Development Tools and Desktop Environments, among others."
BW: TheLinuxStore.com Partners with 1mage Software (Aug 11, 2000, 22:34)
"Under the terms of the agreement, TheLinuxStore.com obtains the
rights to market, promote and resell the 1mage document imaging and
Theodore Ts'o: Linux 2.4 Status/TODO Page (Aug 11, 2000, 21:48)
"This list is almost always out of date, by definition, since
kernel development moves so quickly. I try to keep it as up to date
as possible, though. Please send updates to firstname.lastname@example.org."
OpenContent KParts Development Chapter Online (Aug 11, 2000, 20:00)
"KDE 2.0 Development" is the first book from Sams Publishing
that will be distributed under the Open Publication License."
CNET News.com: AOL opens AIM doors to Linux faithful (Aug 11, 2000, 19:52)
"Adding a Linux client for AIM makes sense for AOL as it
embraces a variety of new devices to tap into its services. In
particular, AOL, in partnership with computer maker Gateway and
chipmaker Transmeta, is developing a line of easy-to-use appliances
running Linux to connect to the Internet and AOL services."
LinuxPR: TradeClientSE 1.0 Update
(Aug 11, 2000, 14:45)
"Today, Bynari Inc. announced the bundling of TradeServer with
TradeClient SE (TradeClient Server Edition). As of today,
TradeServer includes a free LGPL version of Tradeclient which can
be configured on any UNIX or Linux 2.2 desktop."
LinuxPR: APPS.KDE.COM Launches
(Aug 11, 2000, 12:00)
"MieTerra LLC, the leading company specializing in the support
and development of KDE, announced today the launch of APPS.KDE.com
a website for announcing the latest KDE applications as well as
finding suitable KDE applications."
Enterprise Linux Today: Bascom Global Internet Services: Making the most of the web - with Linux (Aug 11, 2000, 08:56)
"Using Linux-based "thin client" servers, Bascom offers a
complete, nearly maintenance-free network package that the company
says will improve speed and security for small businesses, no
matter what their current (or future) connection."
TechWeb/Reuters: Microsoft Reshuffles For .NET Project (Aug 11, 2000, 00:55)
"The executive reorganization marks the company's third
reshuffling in 18 months... The .NET group will become part of a
newly created consumer division called the personal services and
devices group, headed by [ex-SGI exec] Rick Belluzzo..."