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IT Management Linux News for Nov 29, 2000

  • NetLedger: It's Not Just for Accounting Anymore (Nov 29, 2000, 21:38)
    "NetLedger also launched a consolidated datacenter backed by technologies from Oracle, VA Linux and Network Appliance. The data center has established NetLedger as one of the world's largest Oracle deployments on Linux."

  • LinuxPR: RedWire and Pyramid sign Partnership Agreement (Nov 29, 2000, 21:07)
    "This co-operation agreement will further strenghten the Linux and expansion strategies of both companies..."

  • LinuxPR: ATI Selects Metro Link as Technology Access Program Partner (Nov 29, 2000, 19:35)
    "Metro Link's unique multiple platform build and test environment uniquely positions us to support ATI's products and customers on multiple operating systems like LynxOS, embedded Linux, VxWorks and QNX. It also allows us to support ATI's graphics cards and chip sets on multiple hardware architectures like X86, MIPS, PowerPC and StrongArm," said Morgan Von Essen, Metro Link President and CEO."

  • LinuxPlanet: .comment: Making Money on Free Software? (Nov 29, 2000, 14:12)
    The stock market has not treated Linux stocks kindly: after soaring early, Red Hat Software and VA Linux now have market capitalizations that are more in line with the rest of the computer industry. But the more important question, asks Dennis E. Powell, is whether pure Linux plays have a successful formula to be profitable in either the short term or the long term -- and what this means for the entire Linux community.

  • Ottawa Citizen: Operating system's popularity keeps growing (Nov 29, 2000, 13:36)
    "When we first looked at Linux, not too long ago, we said that Linux would go strategic (large scale) within 12-18 months," said Burns MacDonald a senior consultant with CGI Group Inc. "But, we were wrong, it's happening now."