Linux News for Sep 29, 1998
NEWS.COM: Red Hat gets pals in high places (Sep 29, 1998, 22:02)
Connections are at the core of the equity investments byIntel,
Netscape, and two venture firms into Linux vendorRed Hat
NEWS.COM: Informix joins Linux fans (Sep 29, 1998, 22:00)
Informix early next year will ship a version of itsflagship
Dynamic Server database on Linux andalso deliver a Linux version of
its development tool package within the month.
Harvard, MIT fight Microsoft over Netscape research (Sep 29, 1998, 21:59)
Harvard and MIT are resisting a demand by Microsoft to turn over
research gathered by two professors on Netscape.
NEWS.COM: Intel, Netscape back Red Hat (Sep 29, 1998, 21:58)
Demand for software based on Linux will quickly overtake all
other versions of Unix combined, Marc Andreessen said in an
NEWS.COM: Netscape leans on Linux (Sep 29, 1998, 21:56)
Andreessen believes Linux will be the first operating system to
support Intel's Merced chip.
BBC: Hats off to Linux! (Sep 29, 1998, 21:53)
Intel and Netscape have announced investments in a smallcompany developing the Linux operating system.
Netscape targets ISPs with customization service (Sep 29, 1998, 21:49)
Netscape has announced at ISPCon a Web-based alternative to its
Client Customization Kit.
Caldera/Microsoft case gets ugly (Sep 29, 1998, 21:48)
Monday when Microsoft requested that Caldera be slappedwith a
Netscape caching bug discovered (Sep 29, 1998, 21:46)
A new hole has been discovered in the so-called cachingfeature
on several versions of Netscape's Navigatorbrowser.
Intel is investing in Linux - but why? (Sep 29, 1998, 21:45)
What's behind Intel Corp.'s seemingly sudden discovery ofthe
joys of Linux?
Caldera lands set-top deal for Dos browser (Sep 29, 1998, 21:43)
Caldera has made a deal to supply Web browsing and email
technology for a satellite Internet network.
Microsoft claims Caldera leaked evidence (Sep 29, 1998, 21:41)
Microsoft is claiming Caldera is in contempt of court.
Netscape's Browser Share Slipping (Sep 29, 1998, 21:39)
Netscape's share of the browser market slipped in the first half
of the year.
Intel, Netscape buy stakes in Red Hat Linux (Sep 29, 1998, 21:38)
Intel, Netscape and two venture capital companies have taken
minority stakes in Red Hat Software.
Intel puts its weight behind Linux (Sep 29, 1998, 21:36)
Intel joins Linux International.
Top Netscape Scientist Quits (Sep 29, 1998, 21:35)
Netscape's top scientist has resigned to form his own