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IT Management Linux News for Aug 18, 2000

  • VNU Net: Novell lays out masterplan for NetWare (Aug 18, 2000, 17:50)
    "The company is hoping to compete more competitively against OSs like Linux and Windows. According to market research firm IDC, Linux replaced Novell's NetWare in the number two spot in new server OS shipments in 1999...

  • Torvalds Looks At The Future Of Linux (Aug 18, 2000, 13:34)
    "That commercial companies don't give back is not a loss for Linux," Torvalds says. "The PR value in itself supports Linux. Dell and IBM are key to getting other hardware companies involved."

  • TechWeb: Big Vendors Have Win-Win Strategy With Linux (Aug 18, 2000, 12:39)
    "Major corporations joining the Linux love feast this week managed to quietly support their own agendas while boosting the operating system and its open-source contributors."

  • Linux Alliance Launches Latin American Business Directory (Aug 18, 2000, 03:19)
    "A project aimed at cataloguing all of Latin America's Linux and Open Source businesses was launched this week in Mexico by Linux Alliance, to create a directory it hopes will give Linux companies more access to the Latin American market."

  • Inter@ctive Investor: Transmeta files for IPO (Aug 18, 2000, 01:07)
    "Transmeta on Thursday registered a form S-1 for a $200 million initial public offering with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission."