Developer Linux News for Jan 22, 2003
CNET News: IBM Looks to Arm More PDAs with Linux (Jan 22, 2003, 19:00)
LinuxWorld Expo: "IBM is using its
technological might to back Linux for personal digital
RealNetworks Follows Through on Open Source Committment (Jan 22, 2003, 13:00)
LinuxWorld Expo: "Following through on a
promise made last summer, RealNetworks has announced the source
code availiblity of the third and final product in the Helix media
system: the Helix DNA server..."
Byte and Switch: Alacritech Turns to Linux (Jan 22, 2003, 11:30)
"With iSCSI still on hold, storage adapter startup Alacritech
Inc. has redoubled efforts to tailor its TCP/IP acceleration
technology for the NAS market with a push into Linux..."
Linux.ie: Managing Access with CVS (Jan 22, 2003, 10:00)
"One of the key issues when dealing with source code management
is deciding who can get at it. In the open source and free software
world, we generally want as many people as possible to have access
to our software, but we don't want just anyone changing our copy of
KernelTrap: ConTest Goes C (Jan 22, 2003, 07:00)
"Con Kolivas recently announced that his ConTest benchmark has
been completely rewritten by Aggelos Economopoulos in C..."
Release Digest: KDE, January 21, 2003 (Jan 22, 2003, 05:00)
Today's KDE apps: Knights :: ThemePack 0.5.9, Knights 0.5.9,
K-Track 0.2.2, Knob Volume Control 1.2, Quanta Plus 3.1kde3.0, UML
Modeller 1.1, and kio_auto-autofs 0.3.
Release Digest: GNOME, January 21, 2003 (Jan 22, 2003, 05:00)
Today's GNOME apps: Glom 0.6.0, gnome-utils 2.2.0, gQueue 0.3,
Drivel LiveJournal Client 0.8.2, GnuCash 1.7.8, gedit 2.1.91,
camorama 0.16, MrProject 0.8, Firestarter 0.9.1, linc-1.0.1,
ORBit2-2.4.0, bonobo-activation-2.2.0, libbonobo-2.2.0,
libbonoboui-2.2.0, guinstaller 0.4.0, and DiaSCE 1.0.5.
DistroWatch: Roundup of CD-based Linux Distributions (Jan 22, 2003, 04:00)
"With the emergence and popularity of Knoppix, a universal
'run-from-CD' Linux distribution, it is too easy to forget about
all other Linux-on-CD projects. And there are plenty of