Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 25, 2000
CRN: Smaller Is Better With Servers For Hosting Sites (Mar 25, 2000, 20:49)
"Vendors of the rack-mountable servers and storage devices that
power the service providers are squeezing more power into
ever-smaller packages, with many of the latest server products
measuring only 1U (1.75 inches) in height."
LinuxPR: New (Open Source) Geographical Search Engine From GBdirect (Mar 25, 2000, 20:14)
"... initially accessible via the web..., but will soon be
available via WAP phones and other wireless devices."
CRN: Intel-Sun Rift Helps IBM's Monterey (Mar 25, 2000, 20:13)
"IBM... will face a major marketing challenge as it attempts to
portray itself as a technology-neutral software partner even as it
ships its new Unix for Intel OS and new RISC and Power-based
hardware. IBM has also announced strong support for Linux and
Windows 2000 on Intel's forthcoming platform."
TheLinuxGurus.org: Transfering A Linux System From One HD to Another (Mar 25, 2000, 19:50)
"... issue a cp command to copy all the files to the new drive,
and run LILO and your done. Well, that may seem logical but it will
Linux-Mandrake Demo & Tutorial Center News: kppp tutorial. (Mar 25, 2000, 17:47)
Everything Linux Adds Chat, New Software and More (Mar 25, 2000, 17:36)
Linux Journal: Linux as a File and Print Server (Mar 25, 2000, 05:11)
"... here at Linux Journal we have a network of Linux systems
that runs the gambit from desktops to web servers. All printers are
served by Linux systems, and the MS-Windows system used for layout
still relies on a Linux system as its file and print server and has
for about five years."
CNET News.com: Linux becomes the pizza platform (Mar 25, 2000, 03:11)
"Next time you buy a pizza at Little Caesars, the clerk at the
cash register might well be using a Linux computer."