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Infrastructure Linux News for Aug 07, 2002

  • Mandrake Linux Advisory: openssl (Aug 07, 2002, 21:28)
    "An audit of the OpenSSL code by A.L. Digital Ltd and The Bunker, under the DARPA program CHATS, discovered a number of vulnerabilities in the OpenSSL code that are all potentially remotely exploitable..."

  • NewsForge: UCITA Drafters Make Changes, But Don't Go Far Enough for Red Hat (Aug 07, 2002, 20:30)
    "Before the commission's meeting, [Carol] Kunze wrote a letter asking the group to kill UCITA altogether. Red Hat and other Open Source companies have long objected to UCITA's requirement that Open Source software provide warranties to customers..."

  • LinuxPlanet: Modern Distributed Filesystems For Linux: An Introduction (Aug 07, 2002, 19:00)
    Data and information has become the lifeblood of many organizations of late, and storing that information safely has led to inventive data management. Once known as networked filesystems, distributed filesystems are now one of the best ways of storing your data across multiple machines on your network. Bill von Hagen begins a series of articles on distributed filesystems with an introduction to the technology and what it can do for your organization.

  • New Zealand Herald: Cheesemaker Finds Linux Hard to Beat (Aug 07, 2002, 11:00)
    "Kapiti Cheese has chosen to run its new enterprise software system, MFG Pro from QAD, on the open source Red Hat Linux operating system..." Dare we say it: "Blessed are the cheesemakers."

  • Debian Weekly News - August 6th, 2002 (Aug 07, 2002, 07:00)
    The latest news from the Debian Project.

  • Mandrake Linux Advisory: openssl (Jul 31, 2002, 12:49)
    "An audit of the OpenSSL code by A.L. Digital Ltd and The Bunker, under the DARPA program CHATS, discovered a number of vulnerabilities in the OpenSSL code that are all potentially remotely exploitable..."