Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 19, 2004
LinuxPlanet: Using Impress-ive Charts In OpenOffice.org (Jul 19, 2004, 21:15)
"The process of integrating charts into your Impress slide show
is fairly straightforward, although it does involve a few steps and
two different components of OpenOffice.org..."
ipKonfig: SuSE 9.1 Professional [Review] (Jul 19, 2004, 19:45)
"This marks a major change for the Linux community since Novell
can add years of networking experience to the codebase used by
developers and strengthen some of the code where needed..."
ILUG-CAL: Slackware 10--A Breathtaking Performer (Jul 19, 2004, 19:00)
"But well as it turns out I couldn't resist the itch of crooning
to the wired world, the many ways that Slack 10 is beautiful!!
Beautiful? Maybe that's not the right word. Efficient, yes. And
that's for lack of a better word..."
DesktopOS: ELX BizDesk 4.0--A Flawed Masterpiece (Jul 19, 2004, 18:15)
"Loosely based on Red Hat Linux 9, BizDesk 4.0 is designed
primarily for corporate users who are looking for a drop-in
replacement for Microsoft Windows and Office..."
Groklaw: SCO's Reply Memorandum Re Discovery--As Text (Jul 19, 2004, 17:30)
"But the reality is, this case is about a contract dispute.
Linux got dragged into it as hostage. SCO is holding Linux by the
neck, pointing a gun at its head, and telling IBM, 'Do what I tell
you, or I'll shoot your little friend...'"
eWeek: Integrating Windows and Linux Desktops (Jul 19, 2004, 16:00)
"IT departments charged with integrating Linux clients among the
Windows desktops they're running can make life easier by
administering Linux user accounts with Microsoft Corp.'s Active
Groklaw: AutoZone Hearing Transcript (Jul 19, 2004, 14:30)
"Here is the transcript of the AutoZone hearing. You will see
that many of the stories you have been reading in the press about
what happened at the hearing were not accurate. Well, what else is
new? That's what transcripts are for..."
OSNews: Building The Next Generation, Part 2: The OS (Jul 19, 2004, 10:00)
"One thing is it should not be is Unix. That's right, it should
NOT be Unix. How many versions of Unix do we need...?"