Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 21, 2005
Groklaw: What Really Happened to Project Monterey (Apr 21, 2005, 23:30)
"I promised you more AIX/Monterey/POWER research, and here it
eWeek: NetWare Platform Is Far From Dead (Apr 21, 2005, 20:30)
"When Novell Inc. acquired SuSE Linux AG and its SuSE Linux
Enterprise Server product, the move left many--including sites that
depend on NetWare--wondering whether the acquisition signaled the
end of the road for Novell's once-dominant network operating
The Channel Insider: Will SCO Distribution Deal Placate Partners? (Apr 21, 2005, 19:45)
"The SCO Group has finalized a contract naming supply-chain
provider Synnex as a distributor, a deal seen by some as a sign
that SCO is de-emphasizing its Linux legal woes by making a renewed
commitment to the SCO Unix platform..."
NewsForge: LWCE Toronto: Day 3 (Apr 21, 2005, 17:00)
LinuxWorld Canada: "The third and final day of
Toronto's LinuxWorld 2005 had the meat I was looking for..."
NewsForge: Making the Leap: Microsoft Word to OpenOffice.org Writer (Apr 21, 2005, 11:30)
"Whether you're moving from Windows to GNU/Linux, or just from
the proprietary Microsoft Office to the free software
OpenOffice.org suite, one of the challenges you'll face is learning
how to use OpenOffice.org Writer effectively..."
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Winbind Ties Linux and Windows Sign-Ons Together (Apr 21, 2005, 07:00)
"You keep hearing 'Linux is like way cool! Use Linux!' Linux is
cool, and even useful, but migrating from other platforms or
integrating Linux hosts into an existing network takes a bit more
work and knowledge than giving a careless wave of your hand..."
ZDNet: The Next Application Platform Will Run Linux (Apr 21, 2005, 04:00)
"Linux is a robust, scalable, modular operating system, which is
extensible by anyone, and can interoperate with nearly anything.
This is the power of open source..."
InfoWorld: Linux on the Desktop is Not Enough (Apr 21, 2005, 01:00)
"Let's not beat around the bush. When I talk about desktop
Linux, what I really mean is Linux on laptops..."