Infrastructure Linux News for Sep 28, 1999
CNN: Can you install Linux? I think I can (Sep 28, 1999, 21:29)
"Linux may be leading the open-source movement but is it the
software for the people?"
VNU NET: Amdahl jumps on Linux bandwagon with support (Sep 28, 1999, 21:06)
"We want to establish ourselves as a Linux enterprise
Tonight on The Linux(r)Show!!: Hot Off the Wire news (Sep 28, 1999, 20:19)
"The Show starts at 6pm pst, 7pm rmt, 8pm cst, 9pm est or 1am
GMT (however you have your clock set)."
LinuxPR: ISP and Linux Media Company team up on creation of Linux Community benevolence group (Sep 28, 1999, 20:03)
"The Linux(r) Show!!" announces creation of "The Benevolent
BW: Motorola Computer Group Embedded Platforms Selected for Voice Over IP Solution... (Sep 28, 1999, 19:25)
"...the CCS-XL Call Control Server -- a next-generation switch
aimed at the creation of IP network services -- will use Motorola's
CPX2208T CompactPCI platform with the Linux operating
BW: CoCreate Announces Linux Version of Its 2-D Professional Drafting Package, ME10 (Sep 28, 1999, 19:21)
"The combination provides the best of Linux -- high reliability,
low cost of ownership, and stability -- with ME10's
well-established ease of use, 2-D/3-D integration, and a growth
path to allow collaborative engineering."
LinuxPR: INTECH Selects LinuxForce Inc. (Sep 28, 1999, 17:58)
"LinuxForce Inc has been selected by INTECH to provide service
and support for their entire network of Debian GNU/Linux based
servers including a 16 node Beowulf Super Computer and their
E-Commerce Times: Lineo Moves Linux Into Set-Top Internet Access Market (Sep 28, 1999, 17:25)
"The Lineo product was chosen, according to MeterNet, because it
will lend OEM customers a greater degree of flexibility over other
Slashdot: Review: Network Intrusion Detection: An Analysis Handbook [Book Review] (Sep 28, 1999, 15:55)
"Recently published, this book is designed for those of you
trying to keep people outside of your machines."
ZDNET UK: Is Linux Cluster Cabal the Teflon of the 90s? (Sep 28, 1999, 15:20)
"The open source cluster project calling itself the Linux
Cluster Cabal could be for the next decade what TCP/IP was to the
BW: Cygnus' Open Source eCos Marked by Rapid Adoption in the Embedded Market (Sep 28, 1999, 15:06)
"The industry response to eCos and its royalty-free, open source
development model has been tremendous."
LinuxPR: Linuxcare Appoints Douglas C. Nassaur as Chief Information Officer (Sep 28, 1999, 00:34)
"Nassaur brings 17 years of information technology and
operations experience, most recently as Vice President, Technical
Operations, for E*TRADE Technologies."
LinuxPR: Linuxtopia.com launched (Sep 28, 1999, 00:11)
"Our main goal for this site is to provide a place where Linux
users of all levels of experience can learn about Linux, and find
ways to make their Linux experiences better. Submissions and
feedback are encouraged."