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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 21, 2001

  • SiliconValley.com: Transmeta's sales plunging (Jun 21, 2001, 22:20)
    Only a week after Transmeta co-founder Dave Ditzel told Reuters that the firm's second-quarter revenue would be the same or slightly exceed revenue in the first quarter, Transmeta shocked industry analysts today by announcing that second-quarter revenues would be down 45 percent.

  • LNX-BBC -- new Bootable Business Card distribution (Jun 21, 2001, 19:00)
    "All of the original developers who created the Linuxcare Bootable Business Card (Duncan MacKinnon, Thomas Crimi, and myself) are now working on this project, with the co-operation of several other long-time Bootable Business Card developers and contributors."

  • InternetNews.com: HP Hopes to Reach the Living Room (Jun 21, 2001, 17:45)
    Good strategy or solid "strategery?" Hewlett Packard is making a run on the living room with its new Entertainment Center, a Linux-based home entertainment component that provides USB, a CDRW, multiple 'net connections and a 40GB hard drive. The device will put the company firmly in the thick of a market already attracting attention from some home entertainment giants.

  • CNET News.com: SEC pores over pro forma (Jun 21, 2001, 17:00)
    CNET reports that the US Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating companies for deception thanks to their use of pro forma financial results. As an example of the dramatic difference between pro forma and the results showing using the Generally Accepted Accounting Principals (GAAP) standard, this article points at Red Hat, which either had a $600,000 profit or a net loss of $27.6 million this past quarter... the company's first profitable quarter ever, according to the press releases. Please note, so there's no ambiguity at all, that this article does not say that Red Hat's under investigation.

  • Mandrake Security Advisories: rxvt, webmin, ispell, and proftpd (Jun 21, 2001, 16:00)
    Mandrake released multiple security advisories covering rxvt, webmin, ispell, and proftpd.

  • Linux Weekly News for June 21, 2001 (Jun 21, 2001, 15:20)
    Leading items and editorials: Red Hat makes a profit - sort of; GnuCash and library dependencies, again.