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IT Management Linux News for Sep 14, 2000

  • PRNewswire: Mark Scott Takes Over as Chief Executive Officer at Nitrosoft LINUX (Sep 14, 2000, 23:01)
    "Mark's focus will be to ensure that all corporate goals are achieved, and Nitrosoft LINUX continues its global expansion in our exciting market space."

  • Lotus gives date for Raven beta tests (Sep 14, 2000, 21:29)
    Raven is now set to ship by the end of the year, and is likely to run only on the Windows NT platform, said Tony Cocks, UK marketing manager of knowledge management for Lotus. "The next versions after that, which will be months rather than years, are AIX Unix, Linux and Solaris," he said.

  • TMCnet: RadiSys, LynuxWorks Develop Open Architecture High Avail. Linux System For Telecom Apps (Sep 14, 2000, 20:33)
    "Implemented as an enhancement to LynuxWorks' BlueCat Linux and the Linux-compatible LynxOS real-time operating system (OS), the new OS extensions will provide full support for CompactPCI hot swap operations allowing on-line repair of standard peripheral controllers as well as completely dynamic system reconfiguration."

  • The Register: WinME beta testers urged to fix ZD poll (Sep 14, 2000, 16:04)
    "The email, passed on to The Register by a beta tester, says: 'Hey folks, cast your vote for 'Right Away' now and let Jesse Burst [sic] know what you think of Windows Me. Vote early and vote often.' Ramming home the meaning of that last point, Pieprz adds 'the site isn't sophisticated enough [a ZD site? Shurely shome mishtake - Ed] to know that you have already voted, so you can repeat as long as your boss will let you.'"

  • TechnologyEvaluation.com: Red Hat's Linux Domination Weakens (Sep 14, 2000, 12:00)
    "As with the server hardware market, the Linux market is starting to consolidate. Red Hat is still the clear leader, but the 'second three' (SuSE, Caldera, TurboLinux) have closed the gap slightly. Of course, the growth rates of the second three, although tremendous, are unsustainable (unless the Linux market matches those rates)."