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Infrastructure Linux News for Oct 30, 2001

  • Tonight UNDEAD: Money and Swag >> On The Linux Show (Oct 30, 2001, 23:23)
    Tonight's show features the 4th Annual Halloween Gnu/Linux Trivia Scavenger Hunt.

  • FirstLinux.com: SuSE Linux Professional 7.3 Review (Oct 30, 2001, 21:11)
    "We would want to test this distribution for a longer period before recommending using this to be used in a corporate environment; many of the fundamental components are the latest versions. But from the limited tests carried out it functioned perfectly well as an Intranet server running Apache, MySQL and DB4Web. Overall this is SuSE's best ever distribution and looks like being our favorite Linux distribution, at least for now."

  • SEUL.org: Linux in Education Report #56 for October 29 (Oct 30, 2001, 17:15)
    SEUL/edu is the discussion group for those interested in using Linux for education. This covers all aspects of educational uses of Linux, by teachers, parents, and students. This week: dotted fonts to use for teaching handwriting, UK schools affected by patents, Ganesha's project (teaching IT to Nepali school children with Free Software), more.

  • LinuxDevices.com: Open source MyLinux PLW project is scuttled (Oct 30, 2001, 16:03)
    "The response to MyLinux was strong in terms of vocal support, but fell quite shorter than anticipated when it came down to putting money in front of the mouth. My intended goal and purpose for starting MyLinux was to give back something to the Linux Community. In my opinion it has been a complete failure. I may have been better off by donating the MyLinux development money to the GNU project."

  • The Register: Win-XP vs Red Hat 7.2 (Oct 30, 2001, 05:55)
    "But alas, if XP is dumbed-down to unbearable depths, 7.2 is still bitchy, unpredictable and high-maintenance. It's still stuck in the realm of advanced users. Damn."