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Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 11, 2002

  • Gtk# 0.1 Released (Apr 11, 2002, 23:30)
    Announcing the first public release of Gtk#, codenamed Buttonhook.

  • Linux and Main: Ogg player for Zaurus is Announced (Apr 11, 2002, 22:00)
    "A new application announced Thursday makes the Sharp Zaurus the first personal portable Ogg Vorbis player..."

  • ITworld.com: Linux a Cheaper Choice (Apr 11, 2002, 17:30)
    "Brian Behlendorf, CTO and vice-president of engineering at Brisbane, California-based CollabNet Inc., said the idea that companies can be sharing code and sharing information between internal employees or externally with partners or customers is gaining momentum..."

  • 802.11 Planet: Linux Scrapes PC Out of WLAN Equation (Apr 11, 2002, 13:00)
    "April 15th will be an important day for Musenki Solutions' founder Jim Thompson, and not because it is a tax filing deadline. Jim Thompson, and his co-founder Kem McClelland, will remember April 15th as the day that they shipped the beta of their Linux-based, WLAN access point (AP) solutions..."

  • ELJOnline: Real-Time and Linux, Part 2: The Preemptible Kernel (Apr 11, 2002, 05:00)
    Part 1 of this series at ELJonline introduced the fundamental issues of real-time with Linux. In this installment, Kevin Dankwardt examines recent efforts to bring real-time capabilities to Linux applications by making improvements to the Linux kernel.

  • Debian Weekly News - April 10th, 2002 (Apr 11, 2002, 02:59)
    "This was an impressive week, not only a preliminary schedule for this year's Debian Conference was released and developers are making plans for attending, but also Anthony Towns released a promising woody status report..."