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IT Management Linux News for Jul 19, 2000

  • ZDNet UK: Does Microsoft matter anymore? [Q4 results] (Jul 19, 2000, 14:09)
    "Sure Windows 2000 may be the next big thing -- and sales should ramp up shortly -- but Sun Microsystems and Red Hat are powering much of the Internet these days."

  • ZDNet: Dawn Of The Linux Age: Caldera Close To Buying SCO Unix (Jul 19, 2000, 12:40)
    "If the deal goes through, Caldera will become the proud owner of the operating system that made SCO: its Unix system, SCO OpenServer 5. Caldera also will get UnixWare 7.0, which is one of the foundation technologies for Project Monterey, the IBM-SCO version of Unix that the two are targeting at Intel's Itanium processor."

  • Ottawa Citizen: Corel issues another dire warning (Jul 19, 2000, 12:23)
    "The software company revealed in a filing with U.S. regulators that it expects to spend about 75 per cent of a new $28.5 million lifeline by the end of September."

  • The Register: Transmeta signs IPO organisers (Jul 19, 2000, 12:05)
    "IBM - and others' - reticence depends on what alternative power conservation and heat minimisation technology Intel, Transmeta's main rival, can come up with in the meantime. Certainly, Chipzilla is working hard on its SpeedStep technology, and Chimpzilla - aka AMD - has a similar system of its own."