Infrastructure Linux News for May 25, 1999
Information Week: WebTrends To Deliver Linux Web-Traffic Analysis App (May 25, 1999, 14:27)
"WebTrends Corp. disclosed plans yesterday to include a
trialversion of its WebTrends Enterprise Reporting Server forLinux
Web server environments on Red Hat's Linux applications CD, which
will ship with the forthcoming 6.0 version of Red Hat's Linux
InfoWorld: IBM strengthens Linux commitment with DB2 support (May 25, 1999, 14:18)
"The Linux operating system received another big boost Tuesday
when IBM announced it will optimize its DB2 database, Version 6,
for TurboLinux, the Linux OS shipped by Pacific HiTech. Pacific
HiTech will in turn bundle DB2 with TurboLinux in the third
Ext2.org Magazine looking for one or two gaming writers (May 25, 1999, 14:15)
"Ext2.org is looking for either 1 or 2 volunteer writers to
submit a couple articles each month on 'Gaming in Linux'."
May issue of TheGimp.com now available. (May 25, 1999, 13:29)
"This months main article is an update on the Gimp 1.2
development status, talking about many of the new user and
What's Your Favorite Linux News Site? (May 25, 1999, 11:41)
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ZDNet: The price of success (May 25, 1999, 09:41)
"The new retail price of Red Hat Linux has gone up
substantially, from $50 for version 5.2 to $80 for the current
PC Week: InfoSpinner patent for generating dynamic Web pages may ruffle feathers (May 25, 1999, 03:37)
"When the browser makes the request to a Web server, the patent
covers the notion of redirecting that request to other
Internet Week: Linux Applications Gain Critical Mass (May 25, 1999, 02:13)
"Nothing looks better on a penguin than a Tuxedo."
PRNewswire: Unix on Windows Desktops Get Multiple Monitor Support From X-Win32 (May 25, 1999, 01:45)
"... demand is increasing for products that connect Windows PCs
to X applications running on those servers..."
Reuters: Microsoft aims to whittle down Caldera lawsuit (May 25, 1999, 01:35)
"Microsoft Corp. lawyers head into a Utah courtroom on Tuesday
where they will try convincing a federal judge to dismiss charges
the computer software giant illegally tried to squash another rival
New mailing list for OS techwriters (May 25, 1999, 01:05)
"... for writers, editors, and developers who are interested in
or are currently working on Open Source projects."
Silicon: Microsoft keeps a close eye on Linux (May 25, 1999, 00:59)
"Some in the Linux community have accused the software giant of
masterminding a plan to undermine open source..."