Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 24, 2004
Builder AU: Why Open Source is Bad for Australia (Jun 24, 2004, 23:30)
"Recently, a senate inquiry on the [Free Trade Agreement] was
told why open source is actually anti-industry, and why protecting
it is not in Australia's interests..."
BBC: Iraqis Get a Taste for Linux (Jun 24, 2004, 15:15)
"A group of Iraqi computer enthusiasts are advocating the use of
the operating system Linux to rebuild their country..."
Slackware: Announcing Slackware Linux 10.0! (Jun 24, 2004, 12:15)
"The first Slackware release of 2004, Slackware Linux 10.0
continues the more than ten-year Slackware tradition of simplicity,
stability, and security..."
Linux.com: SysAdmin to SysAdmin: Programming with bash (Jun 24, 2004, 07:00)
"Face it, you can't become any kind of respectable administrator
without knowing a decent bit about shell scripting..."
PR: OSIA to Microsoft: If The Shoe Fits, Wear It (Jun 24, 2004, 02:30)
"OSIA, Australia's Open Source industry body, believes that
Microsoft's defamation lawsuit against Sergio Amadeu, the President
of the Brazilian National Institute for Information Technology, is
a reprehensible action..."
OSNews: Moving On to Fedora Core 2 from Fedora Core 1 (Jun 24, 2004, 01:15)
"Since I had such a good experience with FC1, why not try the
latest and greatest...?"
Linux Journal: The Laptopia Odyssey, Part 2 (Jun 24, 2004, 01:00)
"Linux Journal's least technical editor reports on the road to
Laptopia with his new ThinkPad T40..."
osViews: Adding Linux to Corporate Networks Is Harder Than You Think (Jun 24, 2004, 00:15)
"As an intellectual exercise, I asked myself, 'Could we dump
Windows altogether and move straight over to Linux?' which led to
another question: 'How does one introduce Linux into a