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Developer Linux News for Apr 12, 2002

  • monolinux.com: Linux For The Everyday Desktop - The Lycoris Experience (Part 2) (Apr 12, 2002, 23:30)
    "The inclusion of KOffice with Lycoris means that this system could easily fit into a corporate environment. To help achieve that goal, it comes fitted with Samba 2.2.1a as well as WINE..." [Part 2 of a two-part article. -ed.]

  • ZDNet: Mozilla Set for a Splash? (Apr 12, 2002, 20:30)
    "But a comeback is exactly what the open-source project hopes to pull off in the next few weeks, when the Netscape Communications-backed effort releases the first official version of its Web browser..."

  • CrossNodes: Saving a Buck and Bucking a Trend (Apr 12, 2002, 14:30)
    "One such organization is School District 23 in BC, Canada, which has elected to move away from NetWare and replace all of its NetWare servers with Linux..."

  • NewsForge: FSF asks Lindows, "Where's the source?" (Apr 12, 2002, 13:00)
    "Bradley Kuhn, vice president of the Free Software Foundation, says the organization is contacting LindowsOS representatives because the company has not included source code with its 'sneak preview' releases. Lindows CEO Michael Robertson says his company will comply with the GPL when the product is released to the public..."

  • monolinux.com: Linux For The Everyday Desktop - The Lycoris Experience (Apr 12, 2002, 08:00)
    "With that purpose in mind what we have seen over the last 12 months are the development of a number of Linux Distributions aimed in this direction, boasting all you can eat pre configured software installations, games and simple installers..." [Part 1 of a two-part article. -ed.]

  • LinuxPR: Python Software Foundation Announces Python Version 2.1.3 (Apr 12, 2002, 03:00)
    "'We're happy to offer this maintenance release. This is not the latest and greatest version of Python, but it introduces several important improvements for people who prefer to continue running Python 2.1,' said Guido van Rossum, creator of Python and president of the Python Software Foundation..."