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Developer Linux News for Feb 24, 2001

  • ZDNet: Nusphere MySQL ignites LAMP (Feb 24, 2001, 22:30)
    "In addition to the 3.23.32 version of MySQL -- one that Nusphere staff made significant contributions to -- the package contains Apache 1.3.14 (with optional SSL), Perl 5.6, and PHP 4.04, all latest versions as of January 2001. It also includes Webmin 0.84, a Web-based system administration tool that will appeal to Linux newbies."

  • AbiWord 0.7.13 is out (Feb 24, 2001, 20:28)
    AbiWord 0.7.13 has been released. Links to release notes and download page within.

  • LinuxDevices.com: Adeos -- a resource sharing multi-OS environment (Feb 24, 2001, 20:00)
    "According to Yaghmour, Adeos will support the kinds of dual-OS Linux environments that are today achieved using RTLinux or RTAI, but without making use of the technology that is the subject of Victor Yodaiken's RTLinux patent."

  • SlashTCO.com: An Interview with Joseph Cheek - founder and CTO of Redmond Linux. (Feb 24, 2001, 17:00)
    "There is really not going to be a single big distribution that's going to be easier than Redmond Linux. Even if you look at Easy Linux, Best Linux, Win Linux or some of the other smaller distributions that are trying to be 'easy' to the end user - they don't compare to what we are going to have when we ship. So there's nothing that's going to be quite the same as our distribution."