Developer Linux News for Sep 28, 2000
Linux Orbit: Interview: 10 Questions with Olivier Fourdan of Xfce (Sep 28, 2000, 23:34)
"Now, some people see Xfce as a free CDE replacement. It's much
more than that. First, it's not a clone, as it's not based on Motif
but on GTK+. It doesn't feature all the stuff of the original CDE,
but it's so much more easy to use and configure."
PRNewswire: CYRANO Announces Release of OpenSTA, Free and Open Source Web Load Testing Architecture (Sep 28, 2000, 22:54)
"By using OpenSTA, Project Managers and IT Staff can generate
load to any targeted system by realistically simulating hundreds to
thousands of virtual users through OpenSTA's distributed
BW: Enlighten Software Announces Resellar Agreement With Linux NetworX (Sep 28, 2000, 22:25)
"Under the agreement, Linux NetworX will resell Enlighten's
EnlightenDSM systems monitoring and administration product.
EnlightenDSM is a complimentary product to Linux NetworX's
ClusterWorX cluster management tool."
LinuxPR: "Visual Basic for Linux" available for download now
(Sep 28, 2000, 20:54)
"Phoenix Object Basic is a unique object-oriented RAD tool for
Linux. It combines the expressive power of object-oriented
languages like Python and Perl with the familiarity and ease of use
of Visual Basic."
Midgard Weekly Summary for September 28, 2000 (Sep 28, 2000, 20:18)
Midgard is a freely-available Web application development and
publishing platform based on the popular PHP scripting language. It
is an Open Source development project.
AllLinuxDevices: CoolLogic's End-to-End Internet Appliance OS: CoolLinuxAE (Sep 28, 2000, 18:35)
"CoolLogic's new OS, CoolLinuxAE, puts a blend of Linux and Java
in the reach of Internet appliance designers and provides users
with an experience more like a PC than many of the appliance
platforms we've seen so far. According to CoolLogic COO Ed Ghafari,
choosing Linux was the best business decision his company could
LinuxPR: BrowseX Systems Inc. announces Beta Release 1.0.x of BrowseX
(Sep 28, 2000, 07:31)
"BrowseX is an Open Source, cross-platform Web Browser written
primarily in Tcl."