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Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 18, 2004

  • ZDNet UK: Inside the Linux Arcana (Mar 18, 2004, 23:30)
    "Did a 1994 agreement with SCO hand Sun a smoking gun...?"

  • NewsForge: SUSE's Latest Release Announcement Shows Novell Influence (Mar 18, 2004, 17:00)
    "The new version certainly sounds nice... but what struck us first were several points in the press release itself, including more mention of Gnome than we've ever seen from SUSE before..."

  • The Register: Novell Announces SuSE Linux 9.1 (Mar 18, 2004, 13:00)
    "Novell today lifted the veil on some of the features that will come with the next major revamp of SuSE Linux--version 9.1--due out in May..."

  • The Navhind Times: Demystifying Open Source (Mar 18, 2004, 10:00)
    "I recently met an old friend who told me that he would be switching to Linux because it is cheap. Most people I asked often told me that the reason they switched or plan to do is because the software is cheap..."

  • Flexbeta: Fedora: Road To The Desktop (Mar 18, 2004, 08:00)
    "This article is intended on helping those that are interested in either switching to Linux or are curious as to what Linux has to offer..."

  • LinuxDevCenter: Growing with Gentoo (Mar 18, 2004, 04:00)
    "When Daniel Robbins recently spoke to 30 or so students and professors at Stanford's Computer Systems Lab, he didn't have to waste much time explaining what his baby, Gentoo Linux, was..."

  • LinuxWorld: The Future of Open Source (Mar 18, 2004, 03:00)
    "What's left for open source? Plenty. Open source is literally changing the entire technology landscape..."

  • NewsForge: How Not to Sell Linux Products (Mar 18, 2004, 02:00)
    "If we can't get a piece of hardware or software to work, chances are that most of its intended customers won't be able to, either. Why do companies persist in shipping products this flawed...?"

  • The Inquirer: SCO Acts as Microsoft Shill to Attack Linux (Mar 18, 2004, 01:00)
    "No, the amazing part about this is they, and I mean SCO, Anderer, MS and all the others not yet outed, thought they could keep it a secret..."