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Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 07, 2002

  • LinuxPlanet: Red Hat Tour Seeks Feedback From Community (Nov 07, 2002, 17:30)
    "There is something mystical about searching across the country for the answers one seeks. The journey and the open road all hold strong sway over our imaginations--then there's the Red Hat Road Tour 2002, which pretty much blows that kind of fanciful thinking right out of the water. Still, the five-man crew of the giant red RV is driving across the US in search of their own answers... but will they find them? Brian Proffitt reports on the tour's visit to his hometown..."

  • Technology Review: MIT's Superarchive (Nov 07, 2002, 09:00)
    "The result of a two-year collaboration of the MIT Libraries and Hewlett-Packard, DSpace is built on open-source software and is available to anyone free of charge. But it's even more important to note that many believe this groundbreaking effort will fundamentally change the way scholars disseminate their research findings..."

  • AllLinuxDevices: MontaVista Linux Powers Sony Internet-Connected Video Recorder (Nov 07, 2002, 07:00)
    "MontaVista Software, Inc.has announced that MontaVista Linux Professional Edition 2.1 is the chosen operating system for the CoCoon Channel Server, the new Internet-connected Personal Video Recorder (PVR) from Sony..."

  • NewsForge: A Kinder, Gentler Perens is Going Global Now (Nov 07, 2002, 03:00)
    "One thing you have to admire about Bruce Perens: he has lots of ideas and he's not afraid to implement them. Before the door was fully closed behind him at HP, he started Sincere Choice to counter Microsoft's 'Software Choice' initiative. Now he's heading up a new non-profit: the Global Technology Policy Institute..."

  • The Register: NEC Unveils Fault-Tolerant Linux Server (Nov 07, 2002, 01:00)
    "NEC Corp has announced the European release of its first fault-tolerant Linux server, the Express5800/320La, which has been developed in conjunction with fault tolerant server specialist Stratus Technologies Inc..."