Developer Linux News for Sep 22, 2001
Linux 2.4.10-pre14 Released (Sep 22, 2001, 23:48)
Changelog, link within.
LinuxFocus.org: Using XML and XSLT to build LinuxFocus.org
(Sep 22, 2001, 20:11)
"LinuxFocus did not automatically generate much web content when
I started the new database. As an editor on the Dutch team, I was
eager to have the index.html files on the web site dynamically
generated. Editing several HTML files each time a new article was
translated took a lot of effort and caused many broken links.
Therefore, I wanted a new system to which I could add information
easily, and from which I could easily generate index pages for the
UnixReview.com: Win4Lin 3.0 (Sep 22, 2001, 18:03)
"Win4Lin 3.0 is great for students or the home office. It can
and should be utilized in a training setting and as a teaching aid
for the Linux-impaired. If you follow the directions in the manual,
you should not have any problems with this software, though a more
complete manual would be helpful. The price is certainly
reasonable, especially for the amount of support that comes with
the product without additional costs."
news.kde.org: KDE Edutainment Project Takes Off (Sep 22, 2001, 03:59)
"The KDE Edutainment team today announced the official launch of
the KDE Edutainment Project. The project's goal is to create
educational software based around KDE, and not just for children. I
have been watching this project grow momentum over the past two
months and the team has achieved great enthusiasm, organization
and, hence, promise. The press release follows; and there is of
course a lot more information available on the project's web site,
including information on how to join and help this worthy
Alan Cox: Linux 2.4.9-ac14 (Sep 22, 2001, 02:33)
"Next batch of clean ups, Reiserfs fixes, Merge the S/390
changes (the sane bits anyway)"
ZDNet: Borland to add Web services to Linux
(Sep 22, 2001, 02:14)
"Web services will be added to Borland's Kylix Linux-based rapid
application development (RAD) software. At Borland's conference in
London this week, the company said the Web service features will be
available in the fourth quarter of 2001."