Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 17, 1998
Netscape buys Newhoo. (Nov 17, 1998, 20:27)
The only "open source" web portal is now part of the Mozilla.org
Red Hat announces alliance with Ingram Micro (Nov 17, 1998, 18:02)
The deal will bring Linux more visibility into stores such as
Best Buy and CompUSA.
GraphOn announces Linux support for GO-Global, GO-Joe, and GO-Between. (Nov 17, 1998, 17:55)
GraphOn Corporation, the leader in thin client/server technology
for UNIX/X, today announced that their line of thin X products
includes support for Linux from Red Hat and Caldera.
A Zero Cost Solution (Nov 17, 1998, 15:21)
Creating a Task Tracking System For $0 in Licensing Fees,
Hardware, and Software Costs
CNET: Be gets funding help from friends (Nov 17, 1998, 15:07)
"Be Incorporated, a maker of operating system software,
announced it has raised in excess of 25 million in 1998 to fund
market expansion, with some of that money coming from Intel."
PC Week: Red Hat steps up the Linux beat (Nov 17, 1998, 15:04)
"With Linux already infiltrating the enterprise, so-called open
source vendors such as Red Hat Software Inc. are now turning their
attention to software and support that rivals commercial operating
PC Week: Microsoft, Oracle, and the million-dollar dare. (Nov 17, 1998, 15:02)
Steve Ballmer talks about Linux.
SuSE Linux Corporate Support Program (Nov 17, 1998, 14:47)
SuSE issues an official press release.
Red Hat seeks to hire System Engineer. (Nov 17, 1998, 13:31)
Red Hat Software is seeking qualified applicants for openings in
our development department as system engineers.
SuSE Announces Corporate Support and Training Program for Linux (Nov 17, 1998, 12:04)
Includes Strategic Partnerships with LinuxCare and Muster
LabVIEW for Linux/Intel x86 (Nov 17, 1998, 11:19)
LabVIEW 5.0.1 Full Development System (FDS) for Linux/x86.
Local: St. Paul, Minneapolis consultants, please step forward. (Nov 17, 1998, 10:09)
The "Free MN Initiative" is attempting to build a network of
consultants in Minneapolis.
ZDNET: Real NT Alternatives (Nov 17, 1998, 09:47)
ZDNET Products reviews Red Hat Linux and Caldera's
CNET: Ellison plans hardware, bashes Bill (Nov 17, 1998, 09:43)
CNET talks about Oracle's keynote speech at Comdex.
Report from COMDEX: Arkeia backup software (Nov 17, 1998, 01:21)
This is the first of several exclusive Linux Today reports from
PC Week: Oracle touts Windows-less server strategy (Nov 17, 1998, 00:12)
'Oracle Corp. has nailed down the concept of the "server
Wired: Oracle to 'Piss Off' MS Again (Nov 17, 1998, 00:06)
"Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has another grand plan for toppling
Microsoft, but the plan already has its skeptics."
Compaq to provide commercial support services for Linux (Nov 17, 1998, 00:04)
The latest edition of IT Week mentions Compaq providing support