Developer Linux News for Jan 25, 2001
LinuxPR: Everything Linux Updates PalmPilot Resources
(Jan 25, 2001, 23:39)
"New information, updated and revised..."
LinuxPR: Beta Release of Code Crusader and Code Medic Software Development Tools (Jan 25, 2001, 23:30)
"New Planet Software announces the beta release of its award
winning Code Crusader and Code Medic developer's software. As noted
in a previous announcement, this release applies New Planet's new
Comprehensive System Accounting (CSA) job accounting for Linux 2.4.0 (Jan 25, 2001, 23:15)
"Comprehensive System Accounting (CSA) provides the ability to
track system resource utilization per job and charge back the cost
of those resources to users. Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
and SGI worked together to provide this job accounting feature on
LinuxPR: New Sharemarket Analysis ASP for Linux Users
(Jan 25, 2001, 23:10)
"It can scan the entire NASDAQ database in about 20 seconds
looking for patterns in the price data or signs of upward-trending
activity. 3G provides a range of analysis tools and access to data
for over 9000 uities traded on the NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ."
LinuxPR: HyperQbs technology rolls Beta
(Jan 25, 2001, 21:09)
"HyperQbs is a specialized middle-ware enabling reusable
components with a dynamic face. The technology of dynamic face is
crucial especially in mobile commerce applications and
personalization. HyperQbs functions as an extension of any Java2EE
and XML based application server."
Enterprise Linux Today: SuSE Linux 7.1 Ships With Kernel 2.4 On February 12
(Jan 25, 2001, 20:18)
"Kernel 2.4 is a further stepping stone towards "Enterprise
Computing" and benefits both server and desktop applications."
LinuxPR: SlashTCO.com and Runaware partner to bring Linux-based software to the workplace (Jan 25, 2001, 20:07)
"This collaboration will promote Linux awareness and provide
complete education of Linux products through online testing and
supplementary resources to help research, evaluate and download
Open Source products and applications, backed up by a range of
training and support options."
LinuxPR: LinuxMedNews Opens Jobs/Classifieds/Career Development section
(Jan 25, 2001, 19:05)
"LinuxMedNews.com the leader in free and open source medical
software news and resource information is proud to announce its
latest contribution to the free and open source medical computing
effort: LinuxMedNews Jobs/Classifieds/Career Development
Wired: OS Has a Face You Can Love; Athena Runs on Top of Linux, Mac OS, or Windows (Jan 25, 2001, 18:36)
"People frustrated by the way Windows uses windows or the Mac's
menus may soon have an alternative operating system that lets you
custom-build the interface. ... The first beta is out for Athena,
which will be a customizable object-oriented interface that can sit
on top of any operating system's kernel including Linux, Mac OS and
Windows. The modular design enables developers to write one source
code base that can be run on all three platforms..."
PenguinPPC.org: ReiserFS for PowerPC Linux (Jan 25, 2001, 14:57)
"Thanks to the Jeff Mahoney and SuSE (www.suse.de), there is now
a port of ReiserFS to Big Endian (PPC, sparc, MIPS)
Alan Cox: Linux kernel 2.4.0ac11 (Jan 25, 2001, 08:00)
"Slightly delayed because I had take some time out to fall off a
GNOME 1.4 Release Projected for Late March (Jan 25, 2001, 03:24)
In its latest meeting, the GNOME Foundation arrived at a date of
March 27 for release of the final version 1.4 of the GNOME desktop,
though the minutes of the meeting acknowledge that this date hinges
on release of Eazel's Nautilus file manager and the completion of
several key libraries still under heavy development.
Kernel Cousin Wine #79 By Eric Pouech (Jan 25, 2001, 02:35)
Wine is a free implementation of Windows on Unix.