Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 30, 1999
Slashdot: Bruce Perens Answers Open Source License Questions (Jul 30, 1999, 22:50)
"We sent a stack of questions to Pruce Perens earler this week,
and here are the answers."
The Machineofthemonth: Video4Linux How-To (Jul 30, 1999, 22:49)
"This is an introductory how to for Video4Linux."
LinuxPower: Are the Smaller Distributions a Force for Good or Bad? (Jul 30, 1999, 21:56)
"It seems that every week we are greeted by a new distribution
popping up. Not strange maybe, since the creation and selling of a
distribution is one of the proven ways to make money in the Linux
LinuxPR: Penguin Computing Becomes First Computer Company To Join The Coalition (Jul 30, 1999, 17:34)
"Penguin Computing and the Coalition for Environmentally
Responsible Economies (CERES) jointly announced today that the
fast-growing Linux Solutions company has joined CERES."
Updated GNOME Desktop Environment RPMS for Red Hat 6.0 (Jul 30, 1999, 16:35)
"Since the release of Red Hat Linux 6.0 there have been numerous
updates to the GNOME desktop environment. This update release
reflects tested versions of these updates in an RPM format for Red
Hat Linux 6.0 users."
New Debian Installation and Usage Book Released (Jul 30, 1999, 16:24)
A new book about the Debian Linux distribution entitled "Debian
GNU/Linux: Guide to Installation and Usage" was released this
SiliconValley.com: Red Hat IPO perk turns into snafu (Jul 30, 1999, 13:13)
"Volunteers, E*Trade caught up in fine print"
Philadelphia Inquirer: Linux system is the best that money can't buy (Jul 30, 1999, 13:02)
"The price is right because the operating system is free on the
Internet. It is popular among programmers because the coding is
public - which makes it easy to fix bugs."
CNET News.com: SGI counts on Linux for new servers (Jul 30, 1999, 01:42)
"Workstation maker SGI has released its first Intel-based server
computers with both Microsoft Windows NT and Linux operating
systems, but Linux is getting top billing in the long run."
LinuxForum: Buried Treasure: Lnx4win (Jul 30, 1999, 01:39)
"One of the most fun things I do when I get a new Linux
distribution is to go spelunking in the CD to see what gems are