CNET News: UnitedLinux Builds Developers' Toolkit
Jan 27, 2003, 08:30 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Shankland)
[ Thanks to John
Stracke for this link. ]
"UnitedLinux has launched programs to spur developer support
amid signs that the open-source operating system is gaining backing
from computing industry partners.
"The consortium of four Linux sellers--SuSE, SCO Group,
Turbolinux and Conectiva--introduced a developer site Wednesday,
where programmers can find tools to create and test software for
UnitedLinux's version of the open-source operating system. The
site, called the Developer's Zone, was announced at the LinuxWorld
Conference and Expo here.
"UnitedLinux, formed in 2002 to counter the dominance of top
Linux seller Red Hat, pools much of the four partners' developer
resources around SuSE's version of Linux. The joint effort makes it
less complicated for software and hardware makers to certify that
their products work with the UnitedLinux version..."