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
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..."