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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 19, 2001

  • Red Hat Shows a Profit for the First Time (Jun 19, 2001, 20:46)
    Red Hat, Inc. is reporting an adjusted net income of $600,000 for the first quarter of FY 2002. Of some note: the company's doubling of revenue from "open source services" since this time last year.

  • Issue #28 of Georg's Brave GNU World Is Out (Jun 19, 2001, 19:48)
    This issue: TuxFamily.org (European SourceForge alternative), chrooted SSH CVS-server HOWTO, Free Software and Commcercialization

  • CNET: Networks promise unfettered file swapping (Jun 19, 2001, 17:37)
    "For the first time, [Freenet] has hired a paid staffer, Swedish student Oskar Sandberg, who will get $2500 for two months of work, using funds from an online donation pool. Developers hope that allowing one of their members to work full time on the project will help the completion of a new release, the first in almost a year, that finally will make Freenet faster and easier to use."

  • IT.MyCareer.com: Hot air won't make a polar bear from a Linux penguin (Jun 19, 2001, 14:55)
    We don't have a story category for columns about the mail the columnist got when he said something bad about Linux and got flamed, but this is one of those columns. The author does, at least, admit that obnoxiousness is a near-universal phenomenon among the more rabid OS advocate set.

  • Enterprise Linux Today: SuSE Linux Validated For Oracle9i Database (Jun 19, 2001, 14:25)
    SuSE Linux has announced its Linux distribution is now validated for Oracle9i Database.