Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 16, 2002
eWeek: Apache 2.0 Beats IIS at Its Own Game (Apr 16, 2002, 23:30)
Apache on Linux is a well-known powerhouse. But how does
open-source Apache 2.0 compare to IIS on IIS's home platform?
Mandrake Linux Security Advisory: squid (Apr 16, 2002, 23:00)
"A security issue has recently been found and fixed in the
Squid-2.X releases up to and including 2.4.STABLE4..."
Tonight Live: Kicking Dogs and Whacking Washington on The Linux Show (Apr 16, 2002, 22:00)
"In particular we will talk about Post Tax Syndrome, then we
will pull apart Lindows (I won't say I told you so, yet), and a
story we tried to cover last week, Loki and a 'Linuxandmain'
article about the details behind the cause of their (the Loki)
O'Reilly: Wireless Linux: Putting Wireless to Work (Apr 16, 2002, 17:30)
"For Linux specifically there's been nothing but good news:
every modern Linux distribution that supports PCMCIA cards can now
use wireless cards from almost any vendor..."
JavaWorld.com: The Open Road Ahead: Is Java Open Enough for the Rest of the Open Source World? (Apr 16, 2002, 16:00)
"After months of negotiation (and a threat to withdraw from the
Java Community Process (JCP)), Apache will now become a more active
participant in the Java standardization process. But does this make
Java open enough for the rest of the open source world...?"
Kernel Traffic #162 by Zack Brown (Apr 16, 2002, 07:00)
Mailing list traffic from the Linux kernel developers list.
AbiWord Weekly News #87 by Jesper Skov (Apr 16, 2002, 05:30)
"We seem to have released 0.99.5, even though there wasn't much
of an announcement..." [Story link repaired. -ed]
LinuxSecurity.com: Weekly Newsletter, April 15th, 2002 (Apr 16, 2002, 04:00)
This week: "Incident Analysis of a Compromised RedHat Linux 6.2
Honeypot," "Basic Steps in Forensic Analysis of Unix Systems,"
"Configuring a FreeBSD Access Point for your Wireless Network," and
"Using SCP Through a Gateway."