Infrastructure Linux News for Oct 08, 2002
ServerWatch: IBM Unveils Latest AIX Release, Announces Mixed Cluster Management Server (Oct 08, 2002, 22:00)
"Big Blue is staking claim to being the only major vendor to
offer servers capable of simultaneously running Linux and Unix on
the same box..."
Tonight Live: KDE, Another Birthday, War, and Linux Do It Yourself Projects (Oct 08, 2002, 21:30)
"In particular, Happy Birthday To Us. Saturday October 10th 1998
the first Linux Show segment was broadcasted on the now defunct
Tech Talk Network. We had done guest spots early in 1998, but this
was the week we first had FORMAL recognition as a part of the
Kernel Traffic #187 by Zack Brown (Oct 08, 2002, 08:30)
The latest message traffic from the Linux kernel mailing
Kernel Cousin Wine #138 By Brian Vincent (Oct 08, 2002, 07:00)
The latest message traffic for Wine development.
Community Digest: October 7, 2002
(Oct 08, 2002, 05:00)
Today's events: Southern California Linux Expo and an Intro to
developerWorks: Configuring Firewalls for Linux (kernel 2.4.x) Using netfilter/iptables (Oct 08, 2002, 04:00)
"The netfilter/iptables is the IP packet filtering system that
is integrated with the latest 2.4.x versions of the Linux kernel.
This system facilitates greater control over IP packet filtering
and firewall configuration on Linux systems, be they systems
connected to the Internet or a LAN, servers, or proxy servers
interfacing between a LAN and the Internet. Mugdha Vairagade
provides an introduction to the netfilter/iptables system, how it
works, its advantages, installing and configuring, and how to use
it to configure firewalls on Linux systems to filter IP
OSNews: Review of SuSE 8.1 Professional (Oct 08, 2002, 00:00)
"SuSE comes with several window managers, but KDE is the main
and recommended one. There is some minor tweaking on the Kicker
(there is a very beautiful gradient image for it), Browse buttons
for 'Work' and 'Documents' and a tweaked KMenu. SuSE is using the
Keramik Qt theme and the Connectiva Crystal icon theme..."