Infrastructure Linux News for Oct 15, 2002
Tonight Live: Webcasters Get Screwed (again), OSDN, and Yet Another Build It Yourself (Oct 15, 2002, 22:00)
"[W]e will be joined by Ann Gabriel, President of the newly
formed Webcaster Alliace, to discuss the latest setback of the
OpenOffice.org: OpenOffice Turns 2 (Oct 15, 2002, 19:00)
Over the weekend, OpenOffice.org passed its second anniversary.
To celebrate, the project's site has posted a collection of
articles discussing the past, present, and future of the popular
Open Source project.
Linux Journal: Radio E-mail in West Africa (Oct 15, 2002, 13:00)
"I noticed the operator used a proprietary, MS-DOS program to
make his file transfers, but I immediately began wondering: if this
device is truly some kind of modem, moving binary data over the
ether of radio, why couldn't we set it up with Linux and network
with PPP connections as well...?"
Linux Orbit: Chroot Jails Made Easy with the Jail Chroot Project (Oct 15, 2002, 11:30)
"Essentially it is a security method for creating a safe user
enviroment on systems that allow remote access accounts..."
Community: AOL Linux Client Threatened by AOL Lawyers (Oct 15, 2002, 10:00)
A Peng Project member submits this article on the possible
closure of the AOL Linux client project.
The Register USA: Linux-Based TMTA Tablet PC for $600? (Oct 15, 2002, 08:30)
"After reviewing Acer's Tablet PC recently I mused out loud
about the viability of using a more overtly tablet-like CE device
for what I think of as 'proper' Tablet PC tasks. But why wait,
asked reader Per Hammer--this one looks just the ticket, and it's
Kernel Traffic #188 by Zack Brown (Oct 15, 2002, 05:30)
The latest message traffic from the Linux kernel mailing
Community Digest: October 14, 2002 (Oct 15, 2002, 05:00)
Today's event: RMS panel discussion: "Is a Society Only As Free
As Its Ideas?"