Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 26, 2004
InfoWorld: German Company Clogs SCO's Legal Machine (Mar 26, 2004, 17:00)
"A tiny German software company has thrown some sand in the
gears of The SCO Group Inc.'s roaring legal machine..."
internetnews.com: Novell Moves to Dismiss SCO's Linux Suit (Mar 26, 2004, 14:00)
"Novell has filed a new volley in its legal case to fend off a
Linux battle with SCO, arguing in a motion to dismiss a suit
against it that The SCO Group has no written proof regarding its
Unix copyright claims against Novell..."
VNUNet: Mandrake Powerpack 9.2 [Review] (Mar 26, 2004, 13:00)
"Mandrake Linux has always tried to be a user-friendly
distribution, and is often cited as the best for beginners..."
SearchEnterpriseLinux: More Than a Browser: Using Mozilla in Enterprise Environments (Mar 26, 2004, 12:00)
"In this article, I'll provide some examples of when to use
Mozilla in enterprise Windows and Linux environments. Then, I'll
offer a quick guide to some handy Mozilla tools..."
Telephony World: Wificom Releases SAB Gateway as Open Source on SourceForge.net (Mar 26, 2004, 08:00)
"SAB Gateway is a versatile WLAN access controller implemented
in Perl and requires only a low-performance linux computer to run,
which also makes it embeddable into small Internet access
Kansas City Computer User: Beautiful Music (Mar 26, 2004, 06:00)
"Most modern computers can play music in a variety of formats,
and Linux systems are no exception..."
OSNews: A Look at CrossOver Office 2.1.0 (Mar 26, 2004, 04:00)
"Last week I reviewed Win4Lin, a solution that makes it possible
to run certain versions of Microsoft Windows on Linux. This week
CrossOver Office is the next tool I am going to have a look
Linux Journal: WordPerfect 8 for Linux Redux? (Mar 26, 2004, 03:00)
"What's available in Corels' WordPerfect 8 Linux and how can you
The Telegraph: Bootcamp 318: Linux--What's It All About? (Mar 26, 2004, 01:00)
"It's called Linux and not only is it also very good, it is
essentially free, growing in popularity at an unprecedented rate
and starting to get the big boys worried...!"