Infrastructure Linux News for May 19, 2004
LinuxWorld Australia: Linux Australia Strengthens Focus on Education (May 19, 2004, 23:30)
"Linux Australia has appointed its first official education
officer in a bid to further promote education and certification
within the Linux community..."
APCmag: Do You Trust This Penguin? (May 19, 2004, 19:00)
"For a small piece of software created by a hermit-like hacker
in an Finnish bedroom, Linux's rise to fame as the World's Most
Dangerous OS is nothing short of amazing..."
Groklaw: IBM's Memorandum in Opposition to SCO's Motion to Amend the Scheduling Order (May 19, 2004, 16:00)
"Yet, due entirely to delays occasioned by SCO's own discovery
misconduct, SCO now seeks a nine-month extension of the fact
discovery deadline to May 2005, and a five-month extension of the
trial date, to September 2005..."
ZDNet UK: Rivals Line Up to Take on Office (May 19, 2004, 14:30)
"Microsoft's Office package may dominate the productivity
software market, but several smaller firms are set to try and chip
out a niche for themselves..."
Linux Journal: Desktop Publishing with OpenOffice.org (May 19, 2004, 11:30)
"Dazzle your clients, boss or friends with this freely available
tool you probably installed with your latest Linux
LinuxDevices: ARM Unveils Multi-Processor Core with Linux SMP Support (May 19, 2004, 08:30)
"ARM Ltd. will unveil a unique multi-processor core technology,
capable of up to 4-way cache coherent symmetric multi-processing
(SMP) running Linux..."
NewsForge: Build Yourself a Linux-based Internet Gateway (May 19, 2004, 07:00)
"My Windows Internet gateway was running slower than a snail
going uphill, even on a pretty speedy machine (a 1.3GHz Athlon),
but when it started crashing regularly, I knew I had to do
OSNews: Group-Office 2.0.2 Pro Review (May 19, 2004, 04:00)
"It can be argued that NCSA Mosaic changed the world. Some would
argue that it was actually Netscape, but whatever the actual case
may be, the web browser has in some way changed the way we look at