Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 04, 2002
Tonight Live: If the Rain God Allows, Fighting In The Family (Jun 04, 2002, 23:30)
"Tonight we debate the issue of UnitedLinux, the common Linux
distro announced last Thursday by Linux distro companies; Caldera,
SuSE, Conectiva and Turbolinux. These four came together and
announced a new combined distro called UnitedLinux. The four
companies will pool resources to create a single Linux distribution
focused on the business server market. The four companies will be
free to bundle their own software with the distribution to add
value to the generic distribution. Furthermore, other Linux
companies are free to join the effort..."
ServerWatch: May 2002 Netcraft Survey Highlights (Jun 04, 2002, 22:00)
"Apache, Microsoft, Zeus, and iPlanet remained the key players
with shares of 56.21 percent, 31.68 percent, 2.26 percent, and 2.19
percent, respectively. The number of servers decreased across the
board for all of the key players..."
CNET News: Linux Contract Treads on Microsoft Turf (Jun 04, 2002, 16:00)
More on the German government's latest deal with SuSE and IBM,
plus a mini-round-up of the progress Linux has made in public
institutions around the planet.
LinuxPlanet: Tutorial: Adding Additional Hard Drives in Linux (Jun 04, 2002, 11:00)
"With all of the hub-bub about Linux in clusters, Linux on
supercomputers, and the like, sometimes it's nice to reflect on the
basics a bit. For instance, what if you just wanted to do something
more mundane, like add a hard drive to your Linux PC? Alexander
Prohorenko steps users through this task and shows how to make this
job a snap..."
LinuxPR: Vote for Your Favorite Open Language Programmer (Jun 04, 2002, 11:00)
"ActiveState is delighted to announce the second annual
Programmers' Choice and Activators' Choice Awards. The awards honor
the unnamed heroes who actively contribute to open
languages and display excellence in their programming
UserLocal.com: Slackware 8.1 rc2 Released (Jun 04, 2002, 09:30)
Slackware 8.1 RC2 was released over the weekend, according to
this posting of the changelog summary at UserLocal.
Python-URL! - Weekly Python News and Links (June 3) (Jun 04, 2002, 08:00)
This week's news from the Python-URL! Project.