Infrastructure Linux News for May 29, 1999
Mozilla Widget For GTK+, M6 Released (May 29, 1999, 22:47)
"Mozilla can now be embedded as a GTK+ widget, with GtkMozilla,
much the way Adam Lock's ActiveX wrapper allows Mozilla to be
embedded as an ActiveX control."
Ext2.org: Crashes: how to prevent / survive them (May 29, 1999, 22:45)
"The nightmare of every computer user is a system, which doesn't
work anymore. Especially a newbie is helpless, if his/her
Linux-system doesn't boot or work correctly. But stop, don't switch
back to Dos, many things can be repaired."
Ext2.org: Welcome to the next generation of Slackware (May 29, 1999, 22:38)
Arthur H. Johnson II reviews Slackware 4.0.
VMware and Linux Preview Contest (In Spanish) (May 29, 1999, 18:42)
"VMware and Linux Preview are running a Contest where the prize
is a Non-Commercial VMware 1.0 for Linux License."
Linux Resources: Linux Expo Steals Red Hat's Show (May 29, 1999, 18:04)
"Red Hat was just one exhibitor out of many... there were
several products and companies worth mentioning."
E-Commerce Times: Dell Expands Linux Offering (May 29, 1999, 17:40)
"Amidst a flurry of moves made by IBM to assert its presence in
the expanding Linux operating system (OS) market, Dell Computer
this week announced several initiatives with, apparently, much the
Porting to Linux? (May 29, 1999, 16:34)
"The Linux Porting Group can port... from Windows to Linux for a
Network Computing: Speedy Performance, Rock-Bottom Price Put Squid Freeware on Top (May 29, 1999, 15:16)
"Working at our University of Wisconsin Real-World Labs®, we
tested a quartet of Web-caching servers..."
Fatbrain.com: "The Growing Linux Divide" (May 29, 1999, 10:19)
"It's finally happening: just as the "Windows Community" has
long been divided into two classes that I call users and
manipulators, the "Linux Community" is splitting into two similar