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Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 06, 2002

  • CNET News: Mozilla: Hit Bug on Head, Win Lizard (Nov 06, 2002, 22:00)
    "In a tech industry equivalent to guessing the number of jelly beans in a jar, the development group behind the Mozilla browser is challenging geeks to guess the exact date and time when the project's 200,000th bug will be reported..."

  • Internetnews.com: China to be Stronghold for Open Source (Nov 06, 2002, 18:00)
    "According to a new report from Evans Data, nearly two-thirds of those Chinese developers that were surveyed (65 percent) expect to write an application for Linux in the next year. Close to half (44 percent) have already done so..."

  • Australian IT: Alston Opens Agencies to Linux (Nov 06, 2002, 16:00)
    "The [Australian] Federal Government has given its blessing to Commonwealth departments and agencies to investigate and adopt open-source software..."

  • Linux Journal: Big Features in a Basic Linux Server (Nov 06, 2002, 13:00)
    "In the new PowerEdge 1600SC, Dell is putting the same manageabilty features into small business servers as have been available at the upper end of the company's server range..."

  • Wired: Word Up: Keeping Languages Alive (Nov 06, 2002, 10:00)
    "Now, a group of scientists and engineers are crafting a modern Rosetta stone that will preserve more than 1,400 of the world's 7,000 languages on a 3-inch nickel disk..."

  • Web Host Industry Review: Red Hat Introduces RHCT Certification (Nov 06, 2002, 05:30)
    "Open source and Linux developer Red Hat... announced on Monday that it has expanded its skills certification program to include the new designation, Red Hat Certified Technician (RHCT)..."

  • LinuxWorld: Knoppix Makes a Great GUI Installer for Debian (Nov 06, 2002, 02:30)
    "The configuration process on a normal Debian installation can be daunting. Knoppix automagically identified and configured everything for me, making a normally tedious (for me) installation a 40-minute walk in the park..."