Developer Linux News for Sep 20, 2002
Release Digest: GNOME, September 20, 2002 (Sep 20, 2002, 23:30)
Today's GNOME app: CVSGnome Build Script 0.3.6.
NewsForge: Review: Lindows 2.0 Has Beautiful Skin, Iffy Personality (Sep 20, 2002, 22:00)
"Lindows 2.0 looks cool, I have to admit. The company has
stopped aping KDE and gotten a desktop look that is more its own.
Lindows has made scant concessions to the knowledgeable, allowing
for a somewhat more advanced setup configuration. I'm still
concerned for the newbies, though..."
CNET News: Sun Releases Liberty Alliance Tool (Sep 20, 2002, 20:30)
"Sun Microsystems on Wednesday unveiled a new open-source
software development tool designed to help businesses start testing
and building online identification systems using the new Liberty
Linus Torvalds: Linux 2.5.37 (Sep 20, 2002, 16:01)
Changelog, link within.
Linux Journal: Cooking with Linux: Security, with a Sprinkle of Video (Sep 20, 2002, 13:00)
"Inexpensive and simple video surveillance is particularly
interesting when combined with motion detection technology. That's
the idea behind Lawrence P. Glaister's Gspy, a GNOME security
Tcl/Tk 8.4.0 Released (Sep 20, 2002, 07:00)
"The Tcl Core Team are pleased to announce the 8.4.0 releases of
the Tcl scripting language and the Tk toolkit..." Announcement
Release Digest: GNOME, September 19, 2002 (Sep 20, 2002, 05:00)
Today's GNOME apps: Gnome Pilot 0.1.66, Gnome Pilot Conduits
0.10, Evolution 1.1.1, gcompressor 1.2-2, Acme 1.99.7, and
Release Digest: KDE, September 19, 2002 (Sep 20, 2002, 05:00)
Today's KDE app: PerlQt 3.002.
IT-Director: Is Linux Coming to a Desktop Near You? (Sep 20, 2002, 03:00)
"Whether it be news of Red Hat's latest software release,
information on Sun's plans to grab desktop share with Linux or
details of IBM's latest tie up to offer Linux across its server
platforms, Open Source is certainly in the news..."
Linux Journal: Tape Machines (Sep 20, 2002, 01:00)
"Some say that tapes currently are useless because the price of
hard drives has dropped so much that it's as cheap to buy another
hard drive for backup. For somebody who runs his own ISP, this
might be true. But for someone with only a single system, or a
small home network with only a couple users, I think this is