Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 25, 1999
CORRECTION: The New York LUGs are NOT merging (Jan 25, 1999, 15:27)
The earlier story that the
NYLUG and LUNY groups are merging turns out to be incorrect.
Artecon Extends Open Systems Storage with Linux Interoperability (Jan 25, 1999, 12:34)
"Artecon today reaffirmed its leadership position in
high-availability open systems SAN-, server- and network-attached
storage (NAS) solutions by announcing support for the Linux
operating system (OS) across its LynxArray and LynxNSS product
The Ottawa Citizen: Linux scoffs at notion it's a Microsoft rival (Jan 25, 1999, 11:19)
"`We are absolutely not a viable competitor at this time,' he
continued. `We have every intention of being one. But how long will
it take? Realistically, it will be 20 years.'"
PC Week: Maritz on the Hot Seat (Jan 25, 1999, 11:03)
"Microsoft VP cites Linux, Internet appliance as threats"
Smart Reseller: New and Improved: Linux 2.2 (Jan 25, 1999, 11:00)
"Microsoft Corp. will shout it out to the world when Windows
2000 finally ships. Linux creator Linus Torvald announced the
arrival of the next generation of Linux, version 2.2, with a simple
note to the Linux-kernel mailing list."
World's Smallest Web Server is running Linux (Jan 25, 1999, 02:48)
It's at Stanford University Wearables Lab.
32BitsOnline: ABCs of Linux -- Tech Support (Jan 25, 1999, 02:30)
Rob Bos' continuing series of articles.
Performance Computing: Intel In The Data Center: A Three-Trick Pony? (Jan 25, 1999, 01:28)
According to author Gregory C. Garry, the horse race for the
Intel server market is between UnixWare, Solaris and Windows NT
Server 4.0. Linux is not even in the race!
LinuxSupportLine.Com announces FREE Web Hosting Program! (Jan 25, 1999, 00:05)
Dr. Dobb's Journal: Windows: Linux's Secret Weapon (Jan 25, 1999, 00:03)
"if we're lucky, the outcome could be a significantly more
competitive industry. If that happens, we all win."
Metro Extreme 3D - Early Access Release for 3DLabs Glint Chip (Jan 25, 1999, 00:00)
Metro Extreme 3D is an SGI-compliant port of OpenGL which
provides 3D hardware acceleration on specific cards.
Big News in the Big Apple - 2 Linux Users Groups merge (Jan 25, 1999, 00:00)
The NYLUG (New York Linux User's Group) and LUNY (Linux Users of
New York) are currenly merging.