Infrastructure Linux News for Aug 31, 1999
osOpinion: Speech Recognition: Freenix and Windows at a desktop crossroads (Aug 31, 1999, 22:14)
"... if Freenix developers want the UNIX desktop to...
flourish,... they must begin planning speech integration into their
desktop systems immediately."
osOpinion.com: MS Linux (Aug 31, 1999, 21:58)
"Who would benefit if Microsoft started supporting Linux?"
LinuxPR: "Linux Will Continue to Grow" say Running Linux, Third Edition, Authors (Aug 31, 1999, 21:52)
"Running Linux, Third Edition explains everything you need to
understand, install, and start using the Linux operating
UltimateOS.com: Linux Users Love to Hate (Aug 31, 1999, 20:27)
"Don?t get me wrong, I think Linux is a suitable alternative OS
for those whose needs are better suited for it."
E-Commerce Times: E-smith Adds To Linux Fervor (Aug 31, 1999, 18:30)
"The e-smith server and gateway... features an Apache Web server
and the latest version of the Red Hat Linux distribution."
Audio Broadcast: An Interview with Richard Stallman (Aug 31, 1999, 16:28)
The Fight for Free Software is far from over, according to
Linux Demo Days' Deepak Saxena as guest on The Linux Show (Aug 31, 1999, 11:56)
"We are going to have on the show tonight Linux Demo Days
project founder and leader Deepak Saxena as we discuss the upcoming
events planned for Linux Demo Days."
UK ISP Demon Internet Ltd. pulls the plug on some NT servers (Aug 31, 1999, 11:54)
Half-life and Team Fortress Classic game servers will be dumping
Windows NT in favor of Linux.
IT-Director: Red Hat Linux money boosts open source (Aug 31, 1999, 11:45)
"One of the leading Silicon Valley venture capital outfits,
Benchmark Capital , saw a big pay back from its Red Hat investment
following the successful IPO. It has announced another investment
in the area, in Collab.net, the initiator of SourceXchange."
SGI to give away an SGI 1400L server (Aug 31, 1999, 00:01)
Basically, you fill out a questionnaire on your use of Linux,
and you're in.