Infrastructure Linux News for Oct 30, 1999
Daemon News: I've been hacked! How OpenBSD saved our project (Oct 30, 1999, 21:28)
"Looking back on this today, it is clear this should have sent
up bright red flags all over the place - but like many busy SAs
might have done, we just lumped it in with our many other ongoing
Slackware 7.0 Released (Oct 30, 1999, 20:40)
"Slackware is the longest-running distribution of the Linux
MSC Times (Malaysia): Solinique Aims To Be SEA's Linux Center (Oct 30, 1999, 15:40)
"Linux proved to be the ideal platform for the application
because when I ported it over to Linux, it ran beautifully."
Linux.com: Open Source Pricing Models (Oct 30, 1999, 15:27)
"Has anybody noticed the pricing models that companies use when
selling Open Source Software and Free Software?"
PROPAGANDA announces new staff member and IRC Party (Oct 30, 1999, 15:13)
"PROPAGANDA has been a phenomenal success and Jack would love to
meet some of the 250,000+ vistors that have stopped by to download
seamless tiles for their desktop."
ADVISOR: Linux Use Will Climb (Oct 30, 1999, 15:11)
"The Linux operating system will be increasingly adopted by
companies, thanks to its low cost and open source code benefits,
according to a study by RHI Consulting."
linuxfool.com: Web Ring Drives Serious Traffic To Sites (Oct 30, 1999, 04:08)
"Any site that deals with Linux may join the webring. The sites
can be of any type - commercial, non-profit or personal."
LinuxPR: IndyBox to offer Red Hat 6.1 (Oct 30, 1999, 04:03)
"IndyBox is shipping Red Hat Linux version 6.1 with all IndyBox
CNET News.com: Linux is star attraction in next week's IPOs (Oct 30, 1999, 00:38)
"Some investors have singled out Cobalt Networks as the IPO to
watch next week, largely because of the demand for offerings by