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Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 19, 2002

  • Tonight Live: Microsoft gets wacked up side the head & We are Still Mad about CARP (Mar 19, 2002, 20:56)
    This week's show: States vs. Microsoft; Copyright Arbitration Royalty Panel.

  • Firebird 1.0 Open Source SQL Database Released (Mar 19, 2002, 17:30)
    "The Firebird Project is proud to announce the immediate availability of Firebird 1.0 for Linux..."

  • The Register: Microsoft 'killed Dell Linux' - States (Mar 19, 2002, 14:15)
    "The States' remedy hearing opened in DC yesterday, and States attorney Steven Kuney produced a devastating memo from [Joachim] Kempin, then in charge of Microsoft's OEM business, written after Judge Jackson had ordered his break-up of the company. Kempin raises the possibility of threatening Dell and other PC builders which promote Linux..."

  • Security-enhanced Linux Panel to Meet at FOSE (Mar 19, 2002, 13:00)
    "Security-enhanced Linux incorporates into Linux a strong, flexible mandatory access control architecture that enables threats to system security to be effectively addressed. The NSA's Information Assurance Research Group has long been interested in the problems associated with creating secure systems. SELinux draws from the results of that research.."

  • New LDP Collection Editor & Review Coordinator Announced (Mar 19, 2002, 12:00)
    Although there has not yet been a formal announcement, David Merrill has stepped down as the Linux Documentation Project Collection Editor & Review Coordinator and appointed Joy Yokley Goodreau as his replacement.