Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 23, 2003
ServerWatch: New Apache Release Marks Emphasis on Simpler Upgrades (Jan 23, 2003, 21:00)
"The Apache HTTP Server Project has announced Apache 2.0.44, the
seventh public release of Apache 2.0..."
LPI To Deliver UnitedLinux Tests, Certification (Jan 23, 2003, 18:00)
LinuxWorld Expo: "At LinuxWorld, the four
members of UnitedLinux officially unveiled plans to work with the
Linux Professional Institute (LPI) on a certification program for
the UnitedLinux distribution..."
Dell Jumps on the Linux Cluster Bandwagon (Jan 23, 2003, 16:00)
LinuxWorld Expo: "Eager to show its support for
the open-source community, Dell Computer on Wednesday announced it
has added high-performance computing cluster (HPCC) capabilites to
its PowerEdge 1655MC blade servers--the company's first blades that
support the Linux environment..."
ServerWatch: SCO Releases Server Suite for Linux (Jan 23, 2003, 15:00)
LinuxWorld Expo: "The SCO Group Tuesday at
LinuxWorld unveiled SCOoffice Server, a back-office software suite
aimed at small to midsize enterprises. SCO Linux 4.0, SCOoffice
Mail Server 2.0, and SCOoffice Base Server comprise the
Are Linux Users Infringing on SCO's Property? (Jan 23, 2003, 15:00)
"A move by software company SCO Group that hints at possible
legal action against companies that use Linux (or may have
incorporated some of it into their products) has grabbed the
attention of IT execs who thought they were using freely available
open source software... But at least one Linux expert says it's no
Computerworld Australia: PostgreSQL affiliates .ORG domain (Jan 23, 2003, 13:00)
"PostgreSQL developers and advocates notched up a significant
win for the open source database following the successful
transition this month of the .ORG domain registry to the
object-relational management system..."
CNET News: Linux Server Maker Nabs J.P. Morgan Deal (Jan 23, 2003, 10:00)
LinuxWorld Expo: "Egenera, a pioneer of
high-end Linux servers costing hundreds of thousands of dollars
apiece, plans to announce Wednesday that J.P. Morgan Chase has
bought several of its servers for supercomputing
LinuxPR: Qli Linux Computers Now Offering "Pre-Modded" Linux Computers
(Jan 23, 2003, 05:30)
"Qli Linux Computers is announcing their newest product, dubbed
"Pre-Modded" Linux Computers..."