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Infrastructure Linux News for Aug 19, 2004

  • eWeek: IBM's New Motion on Linux Aims to 'Call SCO's Bluff' (Aug 19, 2004, 23:30)
    "IBM is trying to use SCO as a punching bag this week as Big Blue fires off another motion for partial summary judgment in its legal slugfest over Linux and Unix copyright issues.

  • Techtree.com: Linux-based Desktops from Acer (Aug 19, 2004, 22:00)
    "Acer has launched two new desktop offerings [in India], the Acer Power S200 and Acer Power S100 to cater to the requirements of the SME and SOHO segment..."

  • PR: Announcing KDE 3.3 (Aug 19, 2004, 19:45)
    "The KDE Project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of KDE 3.3, the fourth major release of the award-winning KDE3 desktop platform..." Announcement within.

  • NewsForge: CrossOver Office 3.0.1 Review (Aug 19, 2004, 19:00)
    "Certainly if you've just switched to GNU/Linux, your first option should be to look for a free software program that will do what you need..."

  • NewsForge: Linux to Help Marines Become Semper WiFi (Aug 19, 2004, 16:45)
    "One of the benefits of attending conferences like Blackhat Briefings and Defcon is the networking that occurs in the background. In this case, wireless networking..."

  • NewsForge: Today's Linux Screen Capture Technology (Aug 19, 2004, 11:30)
    "'I'd like you to help me find out about video screen captures,' said one of my editors a while back. 'Sure, let me see what's available,' I replied..."

  • KernelTrap: How to Use RAM as SWAP (Aug 19, 2004, 05:30)
    "This article describes the required steps to convert a portion of RAM into swap space..."

  • internetnews.com: SCO Suit Losing Impact on the Enterprise? (Aug 19, 2004, 02:30)
    "'The core focus of the case goes back to what it was at the beginning--breach of contract--which SCO has not proven as well. IBM's request for summary judgment highlights that the facts rather than legal technicalities are the key to unraveling SCO's unproven claims...'"