Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 23, 2004
WebReference: Browser Wars v.2004: Parts 1 & 2 (Jun 23, 2004, 23:30)
"I don't believe the browser manufacturers are deliberately
trying to cause problems for the Web developers..." A review and
comparison of the current IE/Mozilla offerings.
NewsForge: eGenesis proves Linux users will buy games (Jun 23, 2004, 22:00)
"About a year and a half ago the tiny independent game developer
eGenesis decided to create a Linux port of its massively
multiplayer online game, A Tale In The Desert..."
LinuxInsider: Beyond the Buzz: Open Source and Biotech (Jun 23, 2004, 21:15)
"Everyone is talking about open source, even presenters at BIO
2004, the international biotechnology conference recently held in
LinuxElectrons: Sub500.com--First Linux-Only Retail Store (Jun 23, 2004, 20:30)
"Sub500.com located in Toronto, Canada will open its doors on
Saturday, June 26th featuring Linspire-based laptops and desktops
and the latest Linspire add-on software..."
Datamation: Certification Watch: CompTIA to Revise Linux Exam (Jun 23, 2004, 19:30)
"A major revision of CompTIA's Linux+ exam will be introduced
late this year that will include changes to more than 75% of the
The Star/TechCentral: PC Gemilang: Linux Outsells Windows (Jun 23, 2004, 16:45)
"The sale of Linux-based PCs under the PC Gemilang project is a
roaring success, according to the Association of the Computer and
Multimedia Industry of Malaysia (Pikom)..."
DesktopOS.com: DesktopOS.com Interviews TransGaming Technologies (Jun 23, 2004, 13:00)
"Today you have announced both a major new version of WineX, and
a brand new name for WineX. Let's take the new name first--why the
eWeek: AutoZone Borrows SCO's Reasoning to Ask for a Stay (Jun 23, 2004, 12:15)
"The motion quotes from SCO's own attempt to stay its case with
Red Hat, in which SCO said 'there is no doubt' that the IBM case
will resolve threshold issues in the Red Hat case..."
SearchEnterpriseLinux: Getting Started on a Unix-to-Linux Migration, Part 3 (Jun 23, 2004, 10:00)
"Did you do your homework? If you've read the first two
installments of this migration tips series and completed the
suggested tasks and readings, you're ready to roll with your
PC World: Skype Comes to Linux (Jun 23, 2004, 08:30)
"Skype Technologies has released an initial test version of its
Internet telephony application for Linux, 10 months and more than
14 million downloads after releasing the first version for
OSDir: Mozilla - Back to Basics: Part 2 Thunderbird (0.7) (Jun 23, 2004, 06:15)
"Mozilla Thunderbird 0.7 is the new lightweight email and
newsgroup client from the Mozilla Foundation; it's a new take on
the email client and has been built almost from the ground up, with
the proven Gecko rendering engine..."