Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 19, 1998
Apple open to platform-independent OS? (Nov 19, 1998, 16:11)
"The final product? An "operating system" that offers
write-once, run-anywhere across all of the most modern, popular
OS's and hardware platforms."
The Trojan Horse (Nov 19, 1998, 16:07)
Bruce Perens outlines his fear of trojans finding their way into
Open Source projects.
More Linux from Comdex--HP's Firehunter and Linux Kheops (Nov 19, 1998, 12:44)
One of several exclusive Linux Today reports.
LinuxWorld: Comdex, blackjack, and bugs (Nov 19, 1998, 11:11)
LinuxWorld's "scoop" gives us the latest from the rumor
Linux Today Provides Expanded Linux News Coverage to the European News
Agency, NewsNow Publishing, Ltd. (Nov 19, 1998, 10:39)
Linux Today, the Linux News source for technology professionals,
announced today an agreement with NewsNow to bring Linux news
headlines to the huge audience of the popular NewsNow Internet news
MSNBC: Ballmer holds court on servers, Linux (Nov 19, 1998, 10:27)
"Microsoft Corp. president Steve Ballmer agrees with Oracle
Corp. CEO Larry Ellison on at least one point: simplicity in
computing is valuable. But even as Ballmer embraced the idea, he
extended it Monday."
NetWinder wins industry award (Nov 19, 1998, 09:48)
Corel Computer has a press release about the recent Linux
NANDO: A bigger place to hang Red Hat (Nov 19, 1998, 09:40)
The Raleigh News and Observer fills us in on Red Hat Software's
Troubleshooting Professional Magazine devotes entire issue to Linux. (Nov 19, 1998, 08:27)
They talk about freedom, hardware compatibility, CLI, GUI, Dual
booting with alternative OSes, Web and DNS, and others.
Linux Weekly News has been published. (Nov 19, 1998, 08:03)
This Thursday edition is now online.
The Linux Journal 1998 Editor's Choice Awards
(Nov 19, 1998, 02:01)
InfoWorld: Netscape acquires Community Directory Project (Nov 19, 1998, 00:08)
InfoWorld reports on the Newhoo acquisition by Netscape