Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 31, 1999
Tzolkin Corporation and iMatix Corporation join forces to integrate TZO Dynamic DNS technology with Xitami, a popular Open Source web server. (Jan 31, 1999, 22:18)
PC Plus: Civilization: Call to Linux (Jan 31, 1999, 20:27)
"The very first commercial Linux game is going to be ported to
Linux and it will be the latest game in the phenomenally successful
PC Plus March 1999 issue (Jan 31, 1999, 20:20)
This month one of the cover CDs which comes with the magazine
includes over 400Mb of Linux software. We have the UK exclusive
inclusion of Corel's WordPerfect 8 for Linux Personal Edition.
Featured Site: Red Hat Reseller Programs (Jan 31, 1999, 18:06)
Everything you always wanted to know about being a Red Hat
LinSwap desperately needs new host (Jan 31, 1999, 17:26)
LinSwap is a new service for exchanging banners between Linux
and Free Software-related Web sites.
The Linux Institute: A community project to develop professional certification for Linux (Jan 31, 1999, 16:29)
"... will increase Linux's acceptance within the business
computing mainstream." --Evan Leibovitch
MSNBC: Not ready for prime time (Jan 31, 1999, 14:27)
"Personally,... I'm as happy as a hog in slop with... Linux.
CRN: Compaq, IBM enhance midrange lines -- Augment servers with Alpha processors, Power3, Linux (Jan 31, 1999, 01:10)
"To leverage speed enhancements to its Alpha processor line,
Compaq will unveil new servers and workstations and provide
additional Linux support to its Alpha Server line."
CRN: More hardware support fuels Linux momentum (Jan 31, 1999, 01:09)
"The alternative operating system gained more momentum last
week, securing support from Compaq Computer Corp., Hewlett-Packard
Co. and Silicon Graphics Inc."
EE Times: Are Linux and EDA right for each other? (Jan 31, 1999, 01:00)
"It seems you can't turn around these days without seeing
another article on Linux. From The Wall Street Journal to The
Economist, business publications are taking notice of the
incredible groundswell of support for this operating system. Yet,
in every case the obvious requirement for EDA vendors to truly
embrace Linux has been ignored: The hardware vendors don't
officially support it."
Information Week: HP To Support Linux On NetServer Line (Jan 31, 1999, 00:55)
"Hewlett-Packard this week begins supporting the Linux operating
system on its NetServer LPr servers."