Developer Linux News for Oct 23, 2000
LinuxPR: Linux Game Tome Joins teams with ShowMeLinux
(Oct 23, 2000, 23:44)
"ShowMeLinux is pleased to announce the recent addition of Linux
Game Tome to their team."
Python-URL! for October 23, 2000 (Oct 23, 2000, 22:14)
"Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language."
New KDE Release Is a Major Advance for Linux Desktop (Oct 23, 2000, 20:56)
Next Generation of Leading Desktop for Linux and Other UNIXes
Tcl-URL! for October 23, 2000 (Oct 23, 2000, 19:28)
Tcl (Tool Command Language) is used by over half a million
developers worldwide and has become a critical component in
thousands of corporations. It has a simple and programmable syntax
and can be either used as a standalone application or embedded in
application programs. Best of all, Tcl is open source so it's
Duke of URL: Conectiva Linux 5.0 (Oct 23, 2000, 17:59)
"Linux distributions are popping up everywhere. Contrary to
popular belief, Europe and the United States aren't the only
countries dishing out Linux distributions. Introducing
Conectiva-Linux for South America."
LinuxPR: Kondara Workstation Now Available Through UnionBuiltBox
(Oct 23, 2000, 17:01)
"UnionBuiltBox, is proud to announce the addition of Kondara
MNU/Linux preinstalled on their workstation computers."
LinuxPR: Zero-Knowledge Systems Releases Source Code of its New Linux Freedom 2.0 Client (Oct 23, 2000, 16:53)
"This open source initiative demonstrates the company's
commitment to creating open standards and ubiquitous privacy
technologies that benefit all Internet users."
Korea Herald: Linux developer Palm Palm Technology taps into Japanese market (Oct 23, 2000, 16:00)
"...Palm Palm Japan will begin operation Oct. 25 to develop and
market embedded Linux solutions with Japanese companies."
Korea Herald: Korean firm develops 3-D Web browser, 'iConnecter' (Oct 23, 2000, 15:37)
"The company will debut the product at Comdex... in Las Vegas
next month, and will start free of charge distribution to Korean
and U.S. Internet users in December."
Linux.com: Voice-Over-IP For Linux (Oct 23, 2000, 15:17)
"There are even Internet-to-phone programs available such as
dial-pad. Most commercial solutions for voiceover IP, however, are
limited to Windows and Macs. There are, however, free and open
source projects available for Linux."
Kernel Traffic #90 By Zack Brown
(Oct 23, 2000, 14:40)
Mailing list threads from the Linux Kernel Development Team.
Rant Mode Equals One: What To Do When You Find Windows On Your Linux LAN (Oct 23, 2000, 14:35)
Often, the most creative people in an organization are the most
intolerant of bad "standards" -- especially when they waste hours
of their time. Of course, I had to interview some people too. It
just wouldn't be fitting without some sound bytes from
anal-retentive Linux network Admins, now would it?
VoteZone: KDE 2 RC2 Review (Oct 23, 2000, 06:55)
"KDE2 RC2 was released. I installed it as soon as it was on the
FTPs as RPM format. I installed it without really any problems. It
loaded quickly. The previous beta builds took 1 minute to load. The
RC2 took about 10 seconds. Big difference. So things looked
Linux Orbit: Red Hat 7 Review (Oct 23, 2000, 06:31)
"RedHat is also one of the few distributers that defaults to
GNOME. The RedHat Network is a very versatile offering; though some
Debian has been doing the same service for years in a less costly
manner. For the first time, RedHat can finally compete having USB