Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 27, 1999
Linuxworld: LinuxWorld announces finalists in 1999 Editors' Choice Awards (Jul 27, 1999, 23:27)
"Key tools, companies, leaders to be honored in inaugural awards
LinuxPR: Tucows.com Announces the Largest Linux Themes Site (Jul 27, 1999, 21:23)
"Linuxberg.com now the one-stop Linux spot"
Chicago Tribune: Linux aims for new users (Jul 27, 1999, 21:13)
"Linux rarely crashes, will make even an old Pentium processor
seem peppy, requires little disk space, and can be downloaded from
the Internet for free. So why aren't we all using it?"
CNN: Linux rivals Windows in land of the rising sun (Jul 27, 1999, 20:22)
"In a mark of the rising open source-code movement, a single
version of Linux has outsold the upgraded version of Microsoft's
Windows 98 operating system in Japan for the past three
InfoWorld: Red Hat unwraps Linux-based e-commerce server (Jul 27, 1999, 17:33)
"Red Hat took a big step toward bolstering its e-commerce
strategy Tuesday, announcing the E-Commerce Server that is anchored
by its own 6.0 version of Linux and bundled with the Apache Web
iButton Access for any Operating System, any Computer (Jul 27, 1999, 17:06)
Tiny memory devices now accessible to application
The Computer Paper: Bring on the Linux apps! (Jul 27, 1999, 16:47)
"...it's becoming easier for Linux users to stay within Linux
and not have to reboot to another operating system just to run a
modern, graphical word processor or spreadsheet."
BW: Red Hat Unveils Red Hat Linux E-Commerce Server (Jul 27, 1999, 14:49)
"Product Pairs Stable Web Server and Security Functions with
E-Commerce Tools for E-Business"
IT-Analysis: Linux technical support on the increase (Jul 27, 1999, 14:47)
"IBM is expected to continue its push for the lion's share of
the corporate Linux market later this week when the company unveils
its plans to offer technical support for Linux across 165
Linux-Compatible Computer (Jul 27, 1999, 13:19)
"We can control what we buy."
DeployLinux.net: Training the Sysadmin (Jul 27, 1999, 13:11)
"Due to heavy demand for experienced sysadmins and the
enthusiasm of young students just entering the computer science
field - sometimes the best route to meeting demands for increased
staffing is to do your own training."
CPU Review: Slackware 4.0: A First Look (Jul 27, 1999, 13:03)
"I have to admit I was looking forward to reviewing the new
release of Slackware; I used to use Slackware before I switched to
RedHat (before Slackware I used SLS and MCC)."
InfoWorld: Unified front (Jul 27, 1999, 07:42)
"The question is: Do you think a universal install/deinstall
routine will prove beneficial for Linux?"
New updates for Linux-Mandrake 6.0 (Jul 27, 1999, 07:09)
"Some new packages are available for Linux-Mandrake 6.0. They
fix several problems, from which one security issue (samba)."
BetaNews.com: MSN Messenger: Just A Piece Of The [Microsoft] Puzzle (Jul 27, 1999, 07:02)
"AOL has... managed to alienate the Open Source community by
removing TiK, TNT, and Emacs AIM clients from their website."
LinuxPR: LinuxStart.Com Opens a German Language Site (Jul 27, 1999, 06:48)
"Starten Sie Linuxabenteuer mit uns!"
ZDNet: Evan Leibovitch -- Feeling lucky? (Jul 27, 1999, 04:25)
"... this hidden gem is a Web site, simply called Google..."
PRNewswire: Blackboard Inc. Announces Online Teaching and Learning Platform (Jul 27, 1999, 02:08)
"... scheduled for general availability on August 1, 1999 for
the Linux and Solaris operating systems."
BW: Greg Ungerer of Moreton Bay Details Low Cost Embedded Linux Platforms At Linux World Conference (Jul 27, 1999, 01:51)
"Mr. Ungerer cited three reasons why Linux will dominate this