Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 21, 2001
Building a Server Appliance With Trustix Secure Linux and Webmin (Jul 21, 2001, 20:00)
As the title implies, webmin and Trustix Secure Linux are tapped
for this article to create a secure server appliance.
MachineOfTheMonth: Slurping down websites (Jul 21, 2001, 19:00)
It's often nice to have your favorite webpage retrieved
automatically, and this article sets out to explain how with
sirobot and some hands-on examples of a number of popular
LinuxDevices.com: Pondering our Linux/Java future (Jul 21, 2001, 18:00)
The desktop isn't the only place in computing Java's on peoples'
minds this week. This column says the connected home of the future
will likely be powered in large part by embedded Linux and
LinuxOrbit: When the Going Gets Weird: Getting help in StarOffice (Jul 21, 2001, 17:00)
Framed as a guide to getting help in StarOffice, this article
serves to provide a decent enough template for any number of Linux
support needs the new user might have with any number of
Linuxlookup.com: Handspring Visor and J-Pilot Guide ! (Jul 21, 2001, 16:00)
This is a pretty good guide to getting a Handspring Visor (using
USB) running under Linux. Even since last year, many distributions
began using the USB backports, so some of the earlier steps may not
apply to people running the latest of the mainstream releases, but
there are still some useful steps to help nail down the last few
LinuxLaboratory.org: The Agenda VR3 from a Multi-OS User's Perspective (Jul 21, 2001, 15:00)
This is a hard but fair (from our own experiences) review of the
Agenda VR3 handheld. Complaints center around speed,
responsiveness, and documentation support while the author gives a
favorable nod to the device as a developer favorite that will
likely please Linux enthusiasts even if it can't keep up with other
PDA's on the market.
Evil3d.net: RedHat 7.1 & NVIDIA 3D HOWTO (Jul 21, 2001, 14:00)
It takes a few pages, but this HOWTO does, indeed, cover
installation of NVidia drivers on Red Hat 7.1, including
non-Intel-based systems. Fairly thorough, with a FAQ at the end.
This one seems worth readers' time.