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Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 26, 2004

  • Illuminata: Open Source Incivility (Apr 26, 2004, 23:30)
    "Those questioning the purity and superiority of Open Source are commonly abused by the movement's alpha geeks, causing many who admired their accomplishments to deplore their behavior..."

  • FlexBeta: Linux's Lost Market Segment (Apr 26, 2004, 21:30)
    "...[B]ut for 'John Q. Where's-the-Any-Key,' as well as the hardware-freak gamers, Linux still doesn't (and probably won't ever) present itself as a viable alternative to the Windows paradigm..."

  • NewsForge: Free Software's Killer Applications (Apr 26, 2004, 20:30)
    "Here's a short overview of some professional-quality Free Software applications that run under Linux..."

  • OSNews: A Standardized Open Source Network Authentication System (Apr 26, 2004, 20:00)
    "The open source community has mastered many challenges and has been successful in numerous areas. However, there is one glaring weakness that needs to be remedied..."

  • eWeek: Office 2003 vs. OpenOffice.Org (Apr 26, 2004, 16:00)
    "...[W]e saw a perfect opportunity to compare the suites under real-world conditions..."

  • North County Times: Moving Linux into the Home (Apr 26, 2004, 11:30)
    Desktop Linux Summit: "Hundreds of fans of the Linux computer operating system converged in Del Mar on Thursday to hear how their software is moving from a cult of computer geeks and big businesses to homes, schools and government agencies..."

  • GeekSpeek: Providing FTP Services with PureFTPd (Apr 26, 2004, 10:00)
    "This tutorial will cover the installation and setup of an FTP server using PureFTPd..."

  • Linux.com: Securing a Fresh Linux Install, Part 3 (Apr 26, 2004, 07:00)
    "In the previous article in this series we looked at ways to secure files and monitor system logs on a Linux server. To finish the series we'll look at security considerations for some important networking tools..."