Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 28, 1999
Ext2: Samba (Jul 28, 1999, 19:31)
"Samba is the package which enables Linux to talk to the Windows
Ext2: Master your mail 1 - receiving email (Jul 28, 1999, 19:29)
"Even today, where many people equate the Internet with the WWW
and everybody talks about multimedia, email is one of the most
utilized Internet services."
LinuxPR: TurboLinux 3.6 CDROMs $1.95 (Jul 28, 1999, 19:08)
"TurboLinux 3.6 is distributed on 3 CDROMs; Install, Source, and
Companion, each available for $1.95"
LinuxPR: Computer Associates Takes Lead in Linux Support with Broad Product and Service Offerings (Jul 28, 1999, 19:08)
"Commitment to Open Source OS Enables Clients To Fully Exploit
Increasingly Popular Low-Cost/High-Performance Platform For
LinuxPR: LinuxStart.Com Invents New "SmartLinks" (Jul 28, 1999, 18:42)
"Visitors Can Now Add/View Comments on All LinuxStart
LinuxPR: Computer Associates to Ship Enterprise-Ready Edition of Ingres II for Linux (Jul 28, 1999, 18:36)
"New Release Can Lower the Costs of Developing, Deploying and
Managing Mission-Critical Applications and Networking and Database
PC Week: Novell invests in Red Hat (Jul 28, 1999, 18:03)
"To encourage new applications for its directory server, Novell
Inc. has invested more than $15 million in five Internet companies:
Edgix, Food.com, Indus River, Red Hat Software and W.R.
CNET News.com: VA Linux bids for technical support revenues (Jul 28, 1999, 13:48)
"VA Linux Systems, a company that makes hardware incorporating
the open source operating system, is trying to press into the
technical support arena."
Penguin Computing To Offer Full Line of Ecrix Tape Drives In Its High End Server (Jul 28, 1999, 12:11)
"Penguin Computing announced today that it will...offer a full
line of computers backed up by the new Ecrix VXA-1 tape
Internet News: Red Hat Packages E-Commerce Server (Jul 28, 1999, 05:54)
"Red Hat Inc...Tuesday unveiled the Red Hat Linux E-Commerce
Information Week: Red Hat Delivers Linux
E-Commerce Server (Jul 28, 1999, 05:54)
"Red Hat...introduced an e-commerce server package Tuesday
that's designed to move small businesses more quickly onto the
Tonight on The Linux(r) Show!! for July 27th 1999 (Jul 28, 1999, 01:16)
"Tonight's show will be an Open Forum for Linux community
members and Linux vendors to call in and talk about news out of
their company leading up to the August 10-12 Linux World Expo."