Infrastructure Linux News for May 21, 2004
LinuxDevices: Tiny Linux Startup Sees Through HP-Dell "Recycle" Scheme (May 21, 2004, 20:00)
"A New York startup selling Linux-based thin-client management
software has called foul on HP and Dell for recent efforts to fund
computer recycling programs..."
LinuxInsider: New Red Hat Release Garners Kudos, Questions (May 21, 2004, 15:15)
"But some in this target audience wonder whether the company's
strategy of providing different products for personal and
enterprise use is a sound one..."
Groklaw: IBM Goes on the Offensive and Asks for Partial Summary Judgment Now (May 21, 2004, 13:00)
"IBM has asked the court for partial summary judgment, a
declaration that IBM does not infringe SCO's copyrights by its
SearchEnterpriseLinux: Getting Started on a Unix-to-Linux Migration [Parts 1 & 2] (May 21, 2004, 11:30)
"Now that you have your Linux server up and running, what's
next? We can turn it into a Web server, an e-mail server, or even
more fun, let's port your Unix-based applications to that new
LinuxDevices: An Overview of the Minimo (Mini Mozilla) Project (May 21, 2004, 08:30)
"Minimo has two aims. First and foremost, Minimo is for
embedders. The application layer of Minimo is small, and offers
only the required pieces that a browser should have..."
Linux.com: SysAdmin to SysAdmin: GUI administration with KSysguard (May 21, 2004, 07:00)
"I only recently came across KSysguard, a great application for
making productive use of the desktop real estate currently occupied
by less useful things like end-user emails and the GAIM
PC Pro: Sun Java Desktop System [Review] (May 21, 2004, 02:30)
"...Sun's Java Desktop System (JDS) is an all-in-one product at
a knock-down price..."
Bytebot: The Spatial Way (May 21, 2004, 01:00)
"Ever since the GNOME hackers decided that Nautilus, the file
manager in GNOME, would sport a spatial way of working by default,
the word 'spatial' has been in just about every other mailing list
or review of the desktop environment..."
OSNews: Opinion: Longhorn Vs. Linux... Again (May 21, 2004, 00:00)
"Will longhorn finally destroy that pesky linux and mark another
decade of Microsoft's monopoly, or will the underdog come out with
a stunning upset and send a multi billion dollar company to its