Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 29, 1999
BW: First Free Commercial Open Source H.323 Annex F Stack Running on Linux from Vovida Networks (Jul 29, 1999, 21:48)
"... standard provides a foundation for audio, video and data
communications across IP-based networks."
E-Commerce Times: Red Hat Introduces E-Commerce Server (Jul 29, 1999, 14:28)
"Red Hat Software, Inc. has announced the availability of its
e-commerce Apache Web server, with encryption capabilities and
e-commerce software from Hewlett-Packard, among others."
CNET News.com: E*trade foils Red Hat IPO goodwill (Jul 29, 1999, 14:16)
"A gesture of goodwill on the part of software maker Red Hat has
generated some ill will with the very people the company hoped to
SRO: Open Source Leader Favors... Microsoft!? (Jul 29, 1999, 14:12)
"But IETF is still likely to be the favored instant messaging
standards route among the community."
Just saw Linux on Washington, D.C. Channel 9 (Jul 29, 1999, 13:25)
"I just saw Linux mentioned on Channel 9, Eyewitness News, the
local Washington, D.C. CBS affiliate."
CPU Review: LinuxWars: Distributions at War (Jul 29, 1999, 13:22)
"I've written a comparison article between RedHat 6.0, OpenLinux
2.2, SuSE 6.1, Mandrake 6.0 and Slackware 4.0... I scored each
distribution in areas such as Documentation, GUI Administration,
Software, X11 Con figuration, etc."
Pascal Programming CD-ROM for Linux (Jul 29, 1999, 08:03)
"... contains the compilers, interpreters and other tools useful
for Pascal software development."
Techweb: SGI To Preinstall Red Hat Linux, Windows NT (Jul 29, 1999, 03:23)
"Computer maker Silicon Graphics Inc. is readying a new line of
multiprocessing servers that come pre-installed with either Windows
NT or Red Hat Linux."
PC Week: Sun asks IBM to preload Solaris (Jul 29, 1999, 02:57)
"Linux is creating lots of havoc in the operating system