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Infrastructure Linux News for Oct 15, 2003

  • The Register: NTL Turns Back on Linux Users (Oct 15, 2003, 23:30)
    "NTL has cut off Linux users from its Freedom dial-up ISP service after imposing new dialler software that only runs on Windows and the Mac OS..."

  • internetnews.com: SCO Gets Lift in Form of 'Buy' Rating (Oct 15, 2003, 15:51)
    Breaking News: "Despite all of the negative attention it has received from the brouhaha it touched off by laying a claim to Linux copyrights, the SCO Group was praised by investment firm Deutsche Bank with a 'buy' rating and projected stock price of $45..."

  • NewsForge: Recovering Linux Files and Filesystems (Oct 15, 2003, 13:00)
    "Last time we talked about resizing and defragmenting Linux filesystems. This time, in the final article in this series, we'll look at how to recover lost files..."

  • ZDNet Australia: An IBM-Microsoft Conspiracy? (Oct 15, 2003, 10:00)
    "Gates Mills, Ohio, is an actual town--population 2,508. Some 'Microsoft is evil' conspiracy theorists believe that in this town resides the software world's version of 'The Truman Show...'" [Link repaired. -ed.]

  • Unstrung: Swiss Firm Intros Linux Suite (Oct 15, 2003, 08:30)
    "This high-quality release includes most useful communications and networking protocols, a simple and complete remote management system, the 99.9999% carrier-grade uptime using High-Availability scalable clustering..."

  • Computerworld Australia: Australia's History Archived in OpenOffice.org (Oct 15, 2003, 02:30)
    "Australia's history will be viewed digitally in the OpenOffice.org office suite as part of plans to preserve the quality and accessibility of government documents..."

  • eWeek: Mozilla Charts an Independent Course (Oct 15, 2003, 00:00)
    "Mozilla, the open source Web browser project recently freed from its corporate creator, wants to become more than a techie's tool. It wants to become part of a regular user's online surfing..."