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IT Management Linux News for Nov 09, 2000

  • eWeek: Zona survey finds aggressive Linux deployments planned (Nov 09, 2000, 17:24)
    "The report... found that more than half of the large enterprise respondents expected increases of up to 25 percent in the number of Linux users in their firm, while nearly one-fifth expected increases of more than 50 percent. Among small-company representatives, more than one-third felt Linux usage would expand by 50 percent or more."

  • LinuxWorld.com.au: Lineo and Trolltech on embedded Linux (Nov 09, 2000, 16:21)
    "The end of October saw the release of Trolltech's (www.trolltech.com ) Qt/Embedded Linux development tool under the GNU General Public Licence. This will allow developers of embedded Linux devices use Qt/Embedded without the restriction of being unable to modify the source code. A well known developer of Embedded Linux systems is Lineo, which stands to benefit from this decision."

  • Red Hat Promotes VP Kevin Thompson to CFO (Nov 09, 2000, 16:16)
    "The announcement comes on the same day that Red Hat will hold its first-ever analyst's day where the company is expected to outline its business strategy to achieve 80% revenue growth and profitability by its mid-2001 target."

  • Enterprise Linux Today: Backup Utility Integrated into Linux NetworX Evolocity Clusters (Nov 09, 2000, 08:47)
    "Evolocity cluster systems from Linux NetworX include computational hardware, ClusterWorX management software, RapidFlow 10/100 and Gigabit Ethernet Switch, applications, and storage, including the BRU backup utility."

  • LinuxPR: Lutris Technologies Launches New Solution Partner Program (Nov 09, 2000, 08:43)
    "Program Enables Lutris Partners to Promote Value of Open Source Solutions."