Infrastructure Linux News for Sep 20, 2004
LinuxDevices: Linux Home Entertainment Server Gains Media Adapter (Sep 20, 2004, 22:30)
"Interact-TV says its Telly server supports the $200 Slim
Devices Squeezebox, a small, WiFi-enabled gadget that uses a number
of open source software packages..."
Ammai: Review of UserLinux Beta LiveCD (Sep 20, 2004, 18:30)
"This review will focus on the UserLinux Desktop, which can be
run from a LiveCD..."
CNET News: Open Source Moves to Network Management (Sep 20, 2004, 18:00)
"Open-source software is rapidly creeping into all aspects of
the corporate infrastructure, and management tools appear to be the
most recent invaders..."
PR: Fedora Core 1 Transferred to Fedora Legacy (Sep 20, 2004, 17:15)
"With the release of Fedora Core 3 Test 2, the Fedora Steering
Committee would like to announce the transfer of Fedora Core 1 to
the Fedora Legacy Project..." Breif announcement within.
internetnews.com: Exposed Sender ID Patents Up Debate (Sep 20, 2004, 17:00)
"Now that Microsoft's two patent efforts regarding e-mail
authentication are publicly available, anti-spam advocates are
raising even more questions about how the patents might impact an
industry-wide anti-spam protocol effort called Sender ID..."
PR: Announcing Fedora Core 3 Test 2 (Sep 20, 2004, 14:30)
"Coming soon to a site near you... for the first time, it's the
new, digitally remastered, Fedora Core 3 Test 2...!" Announcement
BusinessOwner.co.za: Go Open Source Campaign Offers Legal Solution to Pirating (Sep 20, 2004, 13:00)
"Instead of having to pay thousands for Microsoft Office, or
running the risk of pirating it, business owners can get a complete
set of programmes sent to them on CD by the Go Open Source
NewsForge: Formatting Documents with OpenOffice.org Writer Macros (Sep 20, 2004, 11:30)
"Around the time OpenOffice.org 1.1 RC was released, I was
migrating a small company from Corel WordPerfect to
FedoraNews: HOWTO: Installing Flash Plugin in Firefox Way (Sep 20, 2004, 10:00)
"After installing and testing Firefox 1.0PR, I discovered I
could install flash plugin a different way. You could say it's the
easy way or the Firefox Way...!"