Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 16, 1998
Forbes: Linux + recycled 486PC = NC (Nov 16, 1998, 17:18)
Linux is superefficient.
PC Week: Halloween documents more trite than fright (Nov 16, 1998, 15:12)
The Halloween documents could have been a good read, but they've
become content-free and read like the drivel of someone on an ego
trip. Eric Raymond, a Linux gadfly who posted the documents, has
become the Guy Kawasaki of the Linux community.
USA Today: Oracle finds way around Windows (Nov 16, 1998, 12:32)
Another take on the Oracle's OS announcement.
Red Hat Announces Enterprise Software Products, Enterprise Support Products, and Reseller Programs (Nov 16, 1998, 11:51)
Red Hat has announced many new offerings, including much
improved support, new software products, and new reseller
Aftenposten: 3 Linux articles. (Nov 16, 1998, 11:00)
Norwegian Aftenposten has a Linux special consisting of three
PC Week: Red Hat turns Linux toward corporations (Nov 16, 1998, 09:32)
"The newest version of Red Hat Software Inc.'s Red Hat Linux has
decidedly corporate leanings"
Vindication of Oracle's plans to de-commoditize the OS (Nov 16, 1998, 09:21)
Is OS de-commoditization on Oracle's agenda?
The government should internally require use of Open Source. (Nov 16, 1998, 08:10)
Doug McKinley has some interesting arguments to make on the
LinuxNotes: The Lotus Notes for Linux Resource Page (Nov 16, 1998, 07:38)
Here's a HOWTO on running Lotus Notes on Linux with WINE.
CRN: IBM Effort: VARs Can Customize, Add Features -- Apache Server Ported To NT (Nov 16, 1998, 00:16)
"IBM, however, has not yet promised to support Linux, though
many close to the company expect it to do so"
Information Week provides review of Red Hat Linux 5.2 (Nov 16, 1998, 00:14)
"There's no way to cover all of the features of Red Hat 5.2
here-even most books on Linux fall short of that goal. So I set out
to evaluate the operating system through the eyes of a Windows NT