Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 28, 1999
News.com: Linux hits Microsoft where it hurts (Jan 28, 1999, 19:19)
"It's unlikely someone would move from NT to Linux." --
Silicon Graphics Outlines Expanded Server Strategy to Grow Market Leadership Into New Areas (Jan 28, 1999, 18:46)
"Our customers have told us they want standards-based systems.
This means they want Windows NT, UNIX and Linux"...
NEWS FLASH: Red Hat going off the 'net this afternoon (Jan 28, 1999, 12:41)
Must disconnect servers to move to new offices.
Pacific HiTech in Partnership With Accton, Japan to Promote Linux
Compatibility; Major Networking Company Supports Asia's Best Selling Linux (Jan 28, 1999, 12:26)
"Pacific HiTech, the leader in high performance Linux, today
announced an alliance with Accton Technology Co. Ltd. of Japan to
test compatibility and maximize performance of Accton products and
drivers on Pacific HiTech's TurboLinux operating system."
Linux Today growing pains (Jan 28, 1999, 01:38)
Relief is on the way.
LWN: LWN interviews Alan Cox (Jan 28, 1999, 01:37)
"Alan Cox is a name that should be well known to most Linux
users. He is responsible for much of the code in the Linux
Linux Weekly News is one year old (Jan 28, 1999, 01:36)
The first issue was January 29, 1998.
WSJ: Linux Operating System Gets Boost From H-P, Silicon Graphics Support (Jan 28, 1999, 01:30)
"Hewlett-Packard Co. and Silicon Graphics Inc. said they will
begin providing Linux as an option..."
LinuxWorld: HP announces support deal with Red Hat (Jan 28, 1999, 00:27)
"Support services will begin Feb. 2 for the U.S. and will expand
to Europe, Asia-Pacific and Japan by the middle of this year."
Linux for the Whole Family (Jan 28, 1999, 00:21)
"For those... who have recently started using Linux and want to
network it in their small office or home network, I have here a
small report on how to set it up and and what pitfalls to avoid."
-- Moshe Bar