CNET News.com: Key programmer among Caldera job cuts
Sep 13, 2001, 21:14 (8 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Shankland)
"The 51 employees who lost their jobs in the latest
round of layoffs at Caldera International include a programmer who
helped lead a key part of the company's strategy of making its
Linux and Unix operating systems work in the same way.
Juergen G. Kienhoefer helped write the Linux Kernel Personality
(LKP) software, which lets Linux programs run unmodified on
Caldera's higher-end Open Unix software.
The software is a key part of the company's strategy to minimize
the complexity of selling several operating systems. In fact,
Caldera announced Tuesday that the Linux version of the Oracle 9i
database software has been certified to run on Open Unix."
- Caldera International Reports Third Quarter Results(Sep 06, 2001)
- Caldera to Open Source AIM Benchmarks, Regexp Parser; Give "Open Access" to Open UNIX Source(Aug 20, 2001)
- ZDNet: Caldera CEO: Challenge of the desktop(Aug 18, 2001)
- CNET News.com: Major Caldera shareholders may sell(Jul 25, 2001)
- Caldera Named in Class Action Suit for IPO Irregularities(Jul 12, 2001)
- Silicon.com: Caldera and Red Hat at loggerheads over Linux licensing(Jul 08, 2001)
- ZDNet: Caldera chief says Linux needs profit to thrive(Jul 04, 2001)
- The Register: Caldera defends pay-to-play license(Jun 27, 2001)
- Caldera International Reports Second Quarter Results(Jun 06, 2001)
- ConsultingTimes.com: Caldera Withdrawal From Compaq Deal: Good News for Linux?(Jun 02, 2001)