Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 27, 2005
Tonight on The Linux Link Tech Show (Apr 27, 2005, 23:30)
"Chris Kennedy, ivtv driver developer and Jarod Wilson, author
of the Fedora MythTV How-To will be our guests..."
eWeek: Adobe Reader for Linux Cleans Up Its Act (Apr 27, 2005, 22:00)
"It's no secret that Linux is the ugly stepchild of proprietary
application support, and ugly is the operative word here..."
Australian IT: Govt Enters Open Source Market (Apr 27, 2005, 21:00)
"The federal Government has entered the open source software
market, 'whitebranding' a free website content management system
for use by government agencies and not-for-profit groups..."
PR: Terra Soft Releases 64-bit Yellow Dog Linux (Apr 27, 2005, 19:45)
"Terra Soft Solutions, Inc. is pleased to announce the immediate
release of 64-bit Yellow Dog Linux..."
Techworld: Q&A: Novell CEO Touts Linux, Identity Products (Apr 27, 2005, 18:30)
"CEO Jack Messman talked about his company's strategy, its
efforts to court Windows users and recent shake-ups in Novell's
iTnews: Firefox Used by One in 10 Professionals (Apr 27, 2005, 16:45)
"The Firefox browser is used by more than 10 percent of business
professionals, and that number could more than double by the end of
the first half of the year, a management consulting company said
AP/Yahoo!: Media Companies Seek Documents in SCO Suit (Apr 27, 2005, 16:00)
"Three media companies have asked a federal judge to unseal
documents in the $5 billion lawsuit by SCO Group against IBM over
software code used in the Linux operating system..."
PC World: Ubuntu Linux: Free and Fabulous (Apr 27, 2005, 11:30)
"The 'Hoary Hedgehog' release of Ubuntu Linux is here, and the
Free Agent likes what he sees..."
Really Linux: Why Linux is the Logical Choice for the Classroom (Apr 27, 2005, 10:00)
"In this introductory article, I summarize the benefits of using
OpenSource software in an educational environment, where budgets
are often tight and staffing support is minimal..."
TechCentral: Looking for a Robust Database System? (Apr 27, 2005, 08:30)
"The little known open source relational database management
system FirebirdSQL is finally gaining momentum and recognition.
Linux.com: Top 10 Linux Console Applications (Apr 27, 2005, 07:00)
"You can do most desktop work from the console, and generally
faster than you can accomplish work from a graphical user