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Infrastructure Linux News for Aug 23, 2002

  • InfoWorld: Rescue, Linux style (Aug 23, 2002, 20:30)
    "This week, I thought it would be useful to discuss some tools that can rescue a Linux system..."

  • ServerWatch: August 2002 Netcraft Survey Results (Aug 23, 2002, 19:00)
    Not surprisingly, Apache, Microsoft, Zeus, and iPlanet remained the key players with shares of 63.51 percent, 25.39 percent, 2.13 percent, and 1.35 percent, respectively. The number of servers increased across the board for all of the key players except Microsoft..."

  • LinuxPlanet: iCanProgram.com--A Story of Success, Sadness, and the Spirit of Open Source (Aug 23, 2002, 17:30)
    There are always joys and sadnesses in the lives we lead. When death comes, it is the strongest blow of all. But one man has rolled with the punches and has created something that is not only a gift to the Linux community, but also to cancer patients around the world. All in the memory of a beloved colleague.

  • Computerworld.NZ: Sun Linux Move 'Not Defensive' (Aug 23, 2002, 16:00)
    "Sun's release of a Linux server at LinuxWorld in San Francisco last week shouldn't be seen as a defensive move, says the company's Asia-Pacific head..."

  • Mandrake Linux Community Newsletter -- Issue #56 (Aug 23, 2002, 03:00)
    This Week's Summary: Beta 3 Released; Summer Special at MandrakeStore; Mandrake Receives LSB Certification; Financial Corner; The Latest MandrakeClub Activities; Star Trek Actor Wil Wheaton Recommends Mandrake; Business Case of the Week; Software Updates; more.

  • Linux-Egypt.org: Arabization Contributor and Evangelist: Nadim Shaikli (Aug 23, 2002, 01:00)
    "With the current political situation that has enveloped our Arab and Muslim lands, I was shocked by a couple of experiences in which I saw foreign companies supposedly upholding security for Arab companies and governments..."