Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 16, 2001
CNET: CodeWarrior for Linux, Professional 6.0 (Jun 16, 2001, 22:30)
CNET looks at the venerable Code Warrior IDE: "CodeWarrior is a
terrific product for any application developer looking for a Visual
Studio-like IDE for a Linux environment. Developers in the
Microsoft arena who want a similarly robust development environment
for Linux should seriously consider purchasing this product.
CodeWarrior is listed at $149 but is widely available for
LinuxExamples.com: Creating a low cost and reliable network fax server with Linux and HylaFAX (Jun 16, 2001, 22:13)
LinuxExamples has an article on the use of Linux with HylaFAX to
create a low-cost, highly reliable network fax server. More of an
overview than a tutorial, but useful information all the same.
Community: Linux@Work Amsterdam report with pictures (Jun 16, 2001, 21:54)
Aschwin Marsman threw us a link to his quick (and
photo-documented) summary of Linux@Work/Amsterdam.
LPI Level 2 Objectives Draft Published (Jun 16, 2001, 21:00)
The Linux Professional Institute Level 2 Exam Development team
has published the first draft of the Level 2 Exam Objectives
targeted toward the Level 2 Senior Systems Administrator
osOpinion: Putting a Bad API on a Good OS (Jun 16, 2001, 20:15)
An osOpinion columnist defends the use of WINE: "Win32
applications obviously do not appeal to the more dogmatic in the
Linux community. But some of us recognize their continued relevance
and appreciate projects like WINE, which address it. As so much
does in the open-source world, it all boils downs to choice.
Linux Journal: e-smith server and gateway reviewed (Jun 16, 2001, 13:30)
Linux Journal's Marcel Gagné reviews the e-smith server
and gateway package: a turnkey secure server package with a web
administration front-end. His findings? A good package that home
users won't be drawn to, but that will fit the bill perfectly for
resellers and small-to-medium-sized businesses.