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Developer Linux News for Nov 15, 2001

  • CML2 Configuration Tool Ready for 2.5 Kernels (Nov 15, 2001, 19:08)
    Eric Raymond has announced that CML2, a configuration system meant to simplify the kernel build process, is ready for the 2.5 kernel series.

  • IBM developerWorks: Using RPM on Red Hat Linux 7.1 (Nov 15, 2001, 16:57)
    "Whether you've developed the software yourself, or you want to help an open source project by contributing the code to build an RPM package from it, this article will help you get started. Future articles in this series, by the way, will cover topics like building RPMs without having to be the root user, patching the software before building it, running scripts during install and uninstall, and running scripts when other packages are installed or uninstalled."

  • LinuxPlanet: The StartX Files: HancomWord Dumps WINE for Qt (Nov 15, 2001, 13:51)
    "As this incarnation of the Word to the Wise series winds down, Brian Proffitt considers HancomWord: a former WINE application making the move to Qt as its toolkit. Is Korea's leading word processor for Windows good enough for Linux?"

  • CNET News.com: Commentary: A more mature process [Gartner on SourceForge Enterprise Ed.] (Nov 15, 2001, 06:10)
    "SourceForge Enterprise Edition concentrates on collaboration and reporting--two areas critical for managers to gain insight into a project and for breaking down internal barriers in today's highly distributed application development organizations. The software assists in the integration of the product lifecycle across teams, code and documents. Thus, it can help IS organizations attempting to devise more mature application development processes."

  • LinuxWorld.com: Understanding & installing SELinux (Nov 15, 2001, 01:24)
    "Using SELinux will require a recompile of either a stock Linux 2.4.12 (at the time of this writing) kernel, with patches, or the downloading of the SELinux kernel distribution from the SELinux Web site. The SELinux kernel distribution is available in several download forms. I chose the 34-megabyte package that includes Linux 2.4.12 already patched for SELinux, and the associated software utilities needed to operate SELinux. Our installation box is a stock Red Hat 6.2 machine with all relevant updates."