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Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 28, 2003

  • eWeek: Sun Drops Its Linux Distribution (Mar 28, 2003, 22:04)
    Breaking News: "In a major strategy shift, Sun Microsystems Inc. officials said it will stop offering its own customized version of Linux and will instead turn to several other standard Linux distributions..."

  • eWeek: Red Hat Linux 9 Forces Stability Gamble (Mar 28, 2003, 17:30)
    "'Release early and often' is an open-source mantra, but it has anything but a calming effect on enterprise IT administrators more concerned with maintaining stability in their infrastructure than staying on software's bleeding edge..."

  • CNET News: Mandrake Moves Faster with New Linux (Mar 28, 2003, 16:00)
    "MandrakeSoft has released a new version of its Linux software that embraces some technology that rival Red Hat still keeps at arm's length..."

  • Two on SCO Group v. IBM Lawsuit (Mar 28, 2003, 14:30)
    Two new developments are being reported regarding the SCO lawsuit. A story from CNET reports on IBM's first legal moves and VNUnet has an interview with UnitedLinux's general manager Paula Hunter that gives her take on the suit from UL's point of view.

  • Tectonic: Smart Answer to Digital Divide (Mar 28, 2003, 09:00)
    "Cape Town-based Wizzy Digital Courier, which delivers Internet content via a courier system, and offers cost effective computing and Internet access to schools, has launched a pilot project in Eshowe in Zululand..."

  • IDG Singapore: TextMaker for Linux Beta 2 Available to Download (Mar 28, 2003, 03:00)
    "Consumers and small businesses seeking a desktop word processing program that looks and works much like Microsoft Corp.'s Word but costs only a fraction as much can take a peek at the beta 2 version of TextMaker for Linux..."