Developer Linux News for Jan 24, 2001
Enterprise Linux Today: IBM Brings Personalization Software to Linux Environment (Jan 24, 2001, 21:36)
"Key e-marketing Software Now Runs on Open Operating
OpenNMS Update v2.4 (Jan 24, 2001, 20:39)
The mission of OpenNMS.org is to build the world's best Internet
infrastructure management system with the assistance of the open
source community and to make it free and open.
LinuxNewbie.org: Configuring kHTTPd NHF (v0.95) (Jan 24, 2001, 15:39)
"kHTTPd is a webserver that handles only static (file based,
non-cgi/php) webpages, and passes all requests for non-static
(dynamic) information to a regular userspace-webserver such as
Apache or Zeus. ...allowing the userspace-webserver program (such
as apache) to do what it does best: deliver dynamic
PlanetIT: Partisans Offer Varied Views Of Linux's Future (Jan 24, 2001, 06:10)
"Given its dramatic momentum, Linux seems all but certain to
play a role in corporate life. Despite its high profile, however,
Linux remains a minority OS, and it's still not clear just what
will have to happen before Linux becomes a corporate mainstay."
PlanetIT: Alternative Business Tools - Build an office suite for less (Jan 24, 2001, 05:51)
"For the first time in years, your options when choosing
business software products aren't limited to Windows. You just have
to be a bit of a renegade to discover them."
Apache Today: NeuVis Introduces NeuArchitect 3.0 (Jan 24, 2001, 04:41)
"NeuVis, Inc. today announced the availability of NeuArchitect
3.0, the cornerstone of the NeuVis I-RAD Platform. The new modeling
and construction features in NeuArchitect 3.0 make it particularly
well suited to solve key enterprise-level "pain points" facing
Global 2000 organizations, including tying legacy systems to the
Internet, building XML messaging-based applications, creating
applications for wireless devices and increasing application
Internet Product Watch: Zend PHP Tools (Jan 24, 2001, 03:48)
"Development And Server Tools For PHP Sites."
Linux Journal: DARPA Hoists the Red, White and GNU (Jan 24, 2001, 01:57)
"According to the solicitation for proposals on DARPA's web
site, 'These trusted operating system capabilities will be created
by engaging the Open Source development community in the
development of security functionality for existing open-source
operating systems.' In other words, military security development
is coming soon to your friendly neighborhood CVS server, and, by
the way, free software licenses mean that you won't have to wait,
or negotiate technology transfer red tape, to benefit from
PRNewswire: Microsoft Reaches Agreement to Settle Contract Dispute With Sun
Microsystems (Jan 24, 2001, 01:45)
"The technology license and distribution agreement was signed by
the parties in March 1996 and was due to expire in two months.
Under the terms of the settlement, the existing technology license
agreement between the two companies is terminated. Microsoft can
continue to ship all current products and those in beta containing
Sun's technology for a period of seven years and in return agrees
to pay Sun $20 million. Microsoft agreed not to use Sun's Java
Compatible trademark, which it has not done since 1998."
Linux Orbit: Making Linux Work in the Workplace: KWord (Jan 24, 2001, 00:06)
"One of the biggest selling points in any Linux pitch is the
rock-solid uptime and performance, which is why I found KWord's
stability (or lack thereof) surprising."