Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 30, 1999
APC Magazine: Clocks (Mar 30, 1999, 23:53)
"A clock consistently displaying the wrong time can be
infuriating, but Linux offers several options to set the hour of
CNET News.com: Compaq expands Linux line (Mar 30, 1999, 22:28)
"...the dominant Linux distributor has said that Linux on Alpha
has only limited business potential."
CNET News.com: Linux demand forces VA Research to outsource (Mar 30, 1999, 22:18)
"The demand for Linux computers has apparently outpaced one
manufacturer's ability to keep up."
Salon: Why Bill Gates still doesn't get the Net (Mar 30, 1999, 18:23)
"While his new book peddles PCs as the ultimate corporate
intelligence system, the industry is mutating right under his
SVLUG: Competition for DNS (Mar 30, 1999, 17:51)
"The best way to bring competition to DNS registration is to
modify the protocol to distribute not only the technical burden but
the authority as well."
CRN: Samba 2.0: A License To Kill NT? (Mar 30, 1999, 15:43)
"Samba teaches new steps to Windows file serving."
BW: Tridia Announces Linux Version of Flagship Product, DoubleVision Remote
Control Software (Mar 30, 1999, 14:22)
"Support and remote administration is a fundamental need in all
UNIX platforms, including Linux."
InfoWorld: SAP invests in Red Hat Software, boosts Linux (Mar 30, 1999, 13:59)
"SAP on Tuesday announced an equity investment in Red Hat
Software, a distributor of the Linux open-source OS."
Debian Touts Integrated SGML Environment (Mar 30, 1999, 10:16)
Debian's 2.1 distribution, now in release, features integrated
SGML, XML, and DSSSL infrastructure and packages. Debian's
innovative SGML subsystem positions Debian as a premier platform
for SGML and XML developers, offering a complete working toolset
for documenters and markup programmers with no manual setup
Business Wire: SAP Venture Fund Makes Equity Investment in Red Hat Software (Mar 30, 1999, 09:33)
"Investment Accelerates Linux Success and the Open Source
CNET News.com: SAP invests in Red Hat (Mar 30, 1999, 09:30)
"A major commercial-grade supplier of Linux scores a chunk of
investment dollars from Germany's leading software company."
LinuxStart.Com Announces New Free Web-Based E-Mail (Mar 30, 1999, 09:20)
BW: Cygnus Announces GNUPro Software Development Tools for Sony PlayStation (Mar 30, 1999, 00:34)
"Cygnus Solutions... today announced the availability of a
complete software development environment for Sony Computer
Entertainment Inc.'s (SCEI) next generation PlayStation(R)
MainConcept to Release Linux Version of the MainActor Video Editor (Mar 30, 1999, 00:22)
"MainConcept... will be releasing a Linux version of the
MainActor Video Editor (MainActor VE) in the first quarter of