Developer Linux News for Feb 01, 2001
KDE Dot News: KDE 2.1-Beta2 Is Out (Feb 01, 2001, 23:05)
"This is the last planned beta release before the scheduled
release of KDE 2.1 on February 19, 2001. KDE 2.1 offers a number of
additions, enhancements and fixes over KDE 2.0.1, the last stable
KDE release which shipped on December 5, 2000."
LinuxPR: ONlamp.com Offers Solutions For High-Performance Web Development
(Feb 01, 2001, 22:47)
"New Site Promotes Optimized, Integrated Use of Linux, Apache,
MySQL and Scripting Languages."
LinuxPR: Berkeley DB 3.2 Now Available for QNX Realtime Platform
(Feb 01, 2001, 22:46)
"Sleepycat Software's latest release expands commitment to
LinuxPR: AMD Showcases First "VirtuHammer" Simulator At LinuxWorld Shows In New York and Paris (Feb 01, 2001, 22:45)
"AMD and SuSE encouraged as Open Source community makes
significant gains in porting Linux to AMD's "Hammer" family of
LinuxPR: Aduva Introduces First Complete Software Technology To Maintain Linux System Reliability (Feb 01, 2001, 22:43)
"Aduva Director Network-Based Service Automates Management of
Multi-System Linux Networks."
CNET News.com: NSA looks to Linux for virtual security (Feb 01, 2001, 21:48)
"Software emulation firm VMware announced it has teamed up with
researchers at the National Security Agency to create a nearly
crack-proof computer that can place sensitive data in virtual
vaults inside the PC."
Smart Partner: Intel says chips will spread the Linux gospel (Feb 01, 2001, 21:42)
"Intel sought Thursday to enlist the help of open-source
developers in pushing Linux and open-source software to their
NewsForge: LinuxWorld: NuxOne says, 'We're NanoMailers, and we're not LinuxOne' (Feb 01, 2001, 20:47)
"Jae Hwang, engineer and team leader for NuxOne, Inc., makes it
clear that his company is in no way affiliated with *that*
LinuxOne. Here at LinuxWorld Expo, the Korea-based developer hopes
that it can stand on its own with its new mass-mailer,
Alan Cox: Linux kernel 2.2.19pre8 (Feb 01, 2001, 20:38)
"This merges the majority of the pending patches. The sysctl
stuff isn't done yet and the dumpable stuff needs
LinuxWorld: Nat Friedman, in his own right; Ximian (Helix Code) CEO interviewed (Feb 01, 2001, 19:26)
"...Friedman and de Icaza met at Microsoft. Friedman told me
that they met while de Icaza was interviewing for the Internet
Explorer team in Redmond. Friedman was -- hold on to your hats -- a
Microsoft employee at the time, working on the IIS (Microsoft's Web
ZDNet UK: Linux comes in 188 delicious flavours, and forking like this is good (Feb 01, 2001, 19:11)
"Divergence is healthy. That is the message from LinuxWorld Expo
in New York, where Elizabeth Coolbaugh, executive editor for
LWN.net (Linux Weekly News), predicts this diversity will produce
an explosion of Linux in embedded devices such as handheld
LinuxPR: Ximian GNOME selected by Hewlett Packard as Desktop for HP-UX Workstations (Feb 01, 2001, 16:21)
"...will ship the open source Ximian GNOME Desktop as the
default desktop for HP-UX workstations after the release of
CNET News.com: It's official: Opera for Linux and Mac will be free (Feb 01, 2001, 07:57)
"Oslo, Norway-based Opera makes what the company claims is "the
fastest browser on earth." It markets its compact, fast-loading
browser as an alternative to the big two: Microsoft's Internet
Explorer and America Online/Netscape Communications'
LinuxPR: Insignia To Provide DevelopOnline Linux Users With Jeode Virtual Machine Technologies (Feb 01, 2001, 07:45)
"Using DevelopOnline services, it will provide the Java runtime
environment for a Pointbase database application running on a
Compaq iPAQ PocketPC powered by MontaVista Software's Hard Hat
Linux operating system."
LinuxPR: Sair Linux And GNU Certification Turns Up The Volume (Feb 01, 2001, 07:41)
"Company announces AMPS, a curriculum for groundbreaking Level
II Linux Training."
TUX 2.0 Released (Feb 01, 2001, 01:20)
TUX is a kernel-based, threaded, extremely high performance HTTP
Red Hat: Announcing a beta release of Red Hat Linux: "Fisher" (Feb 01, 2001, 00:46)
"As in Red Hat Linux 7, this beta is large enough that the
binary packages have been split between two ISO images. The
installation program handles reading packages from multiple
OpenNMS Update v2.5 (Feb 01, 2001, 00:23)
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.
LinuxPR: Aduva Introduces First Complete Software Technology To Maintain Linux System Reliability (Jan 01, 2001, 20:11)
"Aduva Manager Network-Based Service Automates System Management
of Linux on the Server and the Desktop."