Developer Linux News for Nov 19, 2001
Ximian Evolution 1.0 Release Candidate 2
(Nov 19, 2001, 23:33)
"A new 1.0 Release Candidate for Evolution hit the wires today.
Thanks to the help of the several users who tested the first
Release Candidate and reported bugs about it, this release fixes
all the major known problems and is really close to being "the" 1.0
SiliconValley.internet.com: Linux: Not Just For Servers Anymore (Nov 19, 2001, 22:49)
"Up until recently, the Linux operating system conceived mostly
by Linus Torvalds, has spent most of its life on servers and other
backend machines. Users love the stability of the operating system
but the migration to consumer desktops has been lethargic at
LinModems.org: Bounty for completion of softmodem (quadrupled to 20k$) (Nov 19, 2001, 21:35)
"I'm interested in completion of Fabrice Bellard or Jamie
Lokier's GPL'd softmodem code. I'm willing to place a 20000$ bounty
on this project. If you are interested in picking this bounty,
please contact me for further details."
NewsForge: Editing Linux program files with simple text editors (Nov 19, 2001, 21:32)
"Most tutorials about editing Linux system or program files
assume you are going to use either the vi or emacs editors
preferred by a majority of skilled programmers. These are great
editors for programmers, but those of us who only edit a program
file once in a while may be better off using simpler text editors
like Pico, Gedit, Kedit or my personal favorite, NEdit."
Kernel Traffic #142 by Zack Brown (Nov 19, 2001, 21:00)
Mailing list threads from the Linux Kernel Development Team.
LinuxProgramming: This week in DotGNU - no 5 (November 17, 2001) (Nov 19, 2001, 16:07)
This week: New auth project: IDsec; List of 20 DotGNU
development projects; meet the DotGNU team; new releases of
Portable.NET and pnetlib.
Linux 2.4.15-pre6 Released (Nov 19, 2001, 04:50)
Changelog, link within.