Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 24, 2006
Editor's Note: Goodbye PPC, You Served Me (and LT) Well (Feb 24, 2006, 23:30)
Your editor's iBook is headed for the great big Los Altos garage
in the sky, so it's goodbye Linux on PPC. Now what's going to
ZDNet: Browser Wars 3: IE7 Beta No Match for Firefox (Feb 24, 2006, 17:30)
"I was anxious to see if the newly threatened Microsoft could
turn out something better than the fox. And the answer is... No, at
least not yet..."
Business 2.0/CNNMoney: The Black Box That Would Conquer Telecom (Feb 24, 2006, 15:15)
"An open-source project tries to break Cisco's lock on the $4
billion corporate router business..."
SearchOpenSource: Step-by-Step How-to, Part One: OpenOffice 2.0's New Mail Merge Tools (Feb 24, 2006, 11:30)
"Yes, folks, I'm going straight for the glamour, offering you a
how-to on the mail merge wizard..."
Linux.com: Among Linux Music Players, Banshee Really Wails (Feb 24, 2006, 10:00)
"Over the last few years, the number of Linux music players has
mushroomed, providing a variety of applications to suit different
Upcoming Events Highlight Free, Open Source Software (Feb 24, 2006, 08:30)
FOSDEM 2006 is about to happen next week in Brussels, and the
Calgary Linuxfest makes an early announcement, both within.
SearchOpenSource: Updating SuSE Linux Clients from a Local Update Server (Feb 24, 2006, 07:00)
"In my last tip, we set up a single internal YaST Online Update
(YOU) server to pick up updated software from the SuSE mirrors.
Now, we're going to answer the question: How do clients connect to
Linux.com: Turbocharged awk (Feb 24, 2006, 05:30)
"In a previous article, I covered the basics of awk and
presented a small application to reformat address book data. Now,
I'll show you how to turbocharge awk..."
Pete's Open Source Journal: "Unsupported and Bitter" (Feb 24, 2006, 02:30)
"Truth is, I haven't used Linux since November. You want to know
Lobby4Linux: A Giant Must Be Slain As He Sleeps (Feb 24, 2006, 01:45)
"Folklore and fantasy tales have often told the story. Many a
brave would-be slayer was crushed to death between hungry molars.
It would be a child who discovered the answer..."
Linux-Watch: IBM vs. SCO: Now it's IBM's Turn (Feb 24, 2006, 01:00)
"For months, years, it's all been about what SCO could discover
about IBM, Linux, and Unix. The shoe's on the other foot