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Developer Linux News for Aug 30, 2001

  • Linux 2.4.10pre2 Is Out (Aug 30, 2001, 17:48)
    The second Linux kernel 2.4.10 pre-patch is available for download.

  • LinuxProgramming: Python-URL! - weekly Python news and links (Aug 30) (Aug 30, 2001, 17:37)
    All that's new in the Python world.

  • Boston.com: Celebrating a decade of Linux (Aug 30, 2001, 16:23)
    "Microsoft understands its peril, but rather than moderating its behavior, the company has spent the past several months denouncing open source as literally "un-American." Yet all that's being subverted is Microsoft's unchallenged domination of the industry. And in the best possible way, too -- not by federal antitrust lawyers, but a bespectacled geek from Finland."

  • BetaNews: Sun Details StarOffice 6 (Aug 30, 2001, 15:38)
    "This week at LinuxWorld, Sun Microsytems is demonstrating the latest incarnation of its popular StarOffice Suite several weeks after placing a teaser on its Web site to gauge public interest. While details have not yet publicly emerged, BetaNews was able to catch up with Sun to get the scoop on version 6.0."

  • Alan Cox: Linux 2.4.9-ac4 (Aug 30, 2001, 15:06)
    Configure.help updates, ns83820 driver fixes and updates, Merge an additional ide-floppy fix, Orinoco update, Voodoo 1/2 frame buffer console, more. Links, changelog within.

  • Andrea Arcangeli: 2.4.10pre2aa1 (Aug 30, 2001, 15:03)
    Several fixes in the latest from Andrea Arcangeli.

  • CNET/Yahoo!: Microsoft learns from its enemy--Linux (Aug 30, 2001, 06:02)
    "Linux's success in low-end servers led the company to revise its server product line, said Doug Miller, director of competitive strategy for Microsoft's Windows division. And Microsoft learned that it needs better interactions with the programmers who use Microsoft products."