Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 23, 1999
InfoWorld: SuSE launches latest Linux release (Jul 23, 1999, 21:14)
"The German and English International editions of SuSe Linux.
6.2 will begin shipping on August 9..."
E-Commerce Times: iCorps Technologies Steps Up to Offer Linux Service and Support (Jul 23, 1999, 19:07)
"... will provide applications development, consulting,
installation and support."
E-Commerce Times: Computer Associates Moves On Linux (Jul 23, 1999, 18:58)
"... issued a barrage of Linux-related announcements from its CA
World 1999 conference in New Orleans this week..."
Linux-Mandrake Birthday Party on IRC Today (Jul 23, 1999, 15:51)
"On July 23, 1998, Linux-Mandrake 5.1 appeared on a few FTP
servers... We are one year old!"
IT Week: Unicenter Linux for enterprises (Jul 23, 1999, 15:27)
"Computer Associates (CA) last week announced a three-pronged
Linux strategy, launching enterprise versions of its Unicenter TNG
enterprise management architecture, Ingres II database and MasterIT
Web server manager for the open source operating system. CA will
launch more Linux products later this year."
CNET News.com: SGI chief hints at next steps in comeback (Jul 23, 1999, 15:19)
"SGI will provide an update to its recovery plan in two weeks
time, detailing its Linux plans, possible partnership deals, and an
overall product and services strategy for the Internet, according
to chief executive Rick Belluzzo."
LinuxPR: Client/Server RDBMS with Web capabilities in a single package (Jul 23, 1999, 14:48)
"A transactional RDBMS which combines the functionality of a Web
server and an SQL server" (Press Release)
New Book: Debian GNU/Linux; A Guide to Installation and Usage (Jul 23, 1999, 07:22)
This book is not yet published -- Pre-Order Your Copy Now!
Official Debian GNU/Linux 2.1r2 CD Set (Jul 23, 1999, 07:03)
"This 4-CD set was prepared for us by Steve McIntyre of the
Debian group. It includes all of the updates and fixes since the
initial 2.1 release."
LinuxPR: linuxpower.org Logo Contest (Jul 23, 1999, 04:49)
"Well, it's contest time at linuxpower. We're in the market for
a good logo which can be used across the site as well as being
adaptable to as many situations as possible."
E-Commerce Times: Linux Gets Certified (Jul 23, 1999, 04:09)
"Sair, Inc. has introduced a "train-the-trainer" series of
sessions as part of the international launch of its Sair Linux and
GNU Certification program."
The Anti-Linux-IPO Howto (Jul 23, 1999, 01:43)
A Paul Ferris original. He describes the condition of the