Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 07, 2004
LWN: X.Org Foundation Releases X Window System X11R6.7 (Apr 07, 2004, 17:30)
"The X.Org Foundation has announced its first X Window System
release - X11R6.7. This is the 'forked' version of X, formed when
the XFree86 project changed its license..."
internetnews.com: Red Hat, SCO Legal Case In Holding Pattern (Apr 07, 2004, 14:00)
"Red Hat's complaint against the SCO Group regarding Linux hit a
snag Tuesday, with a U.S. District Court ruling to put the case on
hold until resolution of SCO Group's larger case against
SearchEnterpriseLinux: Take Command of Your Linux Commands (Apr 07, 2004, 07:00)
"If you think xargs are Star Trek aliens and cron is their home
planet, then you don't have command of your Linux commands. But
don't call on that incompetent engineer Scotty to help you..."
DesktopOS.com: Interview With Two Ark Linux Development Team Members (Apr 07, 2004, 04:00)
"Our goals are fairly simple. We want to put Linux in contention
for the #1 desktop OS..."
OrangeCrate: !M = NoMachine (Apr 07, 2004, 03:00)
"The real beauty about this project is not only that it is the
outcome of an open source project released under the GNU GPL
license, but it also has one of the best User interfaces I have
seen to date..."
internetnews.com: Litigious Lindows Name a Pane (Apr 07, 2004, 01:30)
"It looks like embattled Linux desktop distribution Lindows may
be changing the name of its flagship product and its Web
eWeek: MS Open-Source Move is Straight from Playbook (Apr 07, 2004, 01:00)
"I think they're continuing to implement plans for battling open
source that Microsoft staffers first outlined back in 1998's
BargainPDA: New Sharp Zaurus SL-6000L: First Impressions (Apr 07, 2004, 00:00)
"Although Sharp's press releases and PR people have been
insisting that the SL-6000 is an Enterprise-only device, they are
actually available to the public through suppliers..."