Linux News for Sep 30, 1998
The Little OS That Could (Sep 30, 1998, 20:07)
Linus Torvalds: "I saw this coming."
ZDNET: Interview: Linux creator Linus Torvalds (Sep 30, 1998, 19:49)
Interview available by RealVideo.
YAHOO: IDG To Launch LinuxWorld Event and Publication (Sep 30, 1998, 16:44)
Launch of LinuxWorld Conference and Expo and LinuxWorld Online
Addresses Fastest-Growing Operating SystemEnvironment
THE REGISTER: Informix becomes latest Linux recruit (Sep 30, 1998, 14:40)
Informix to ship Dynamic Server database for Linux.
The Register: The Linux challenge to NT in the enterprise (Sep 30, 1998, 14:39)
Intel's spinmeisters have failed to notice the Linux grenade
Intel lobbed in...
THE REGISTER: Muth 'the mouth' accidentally boosts Linux (Sep 30, 1998, 14:38)
MS NT marketing manager could be advocate for Linux.
INTERNET MAGAZINE: Briefs (Sep 30, 1998, 14:37)
Netscape and Intel are investing in a Linux-based
VNUNET: Netscape and Intel back Linux Red Hat - official (Sep 30, 1998, 14:36)
Intel on Tuesday announced that they havetaken a minority stake
in Red Hat Software.
INFORMATION WEEK: Intel, Netscape Back Linux Vendor (Sep 30, 1998, 14:32)
Tuesday, Intel and Netscape announced investments in Red
TECHWEB: MCI WorldCom Exec On Linux: Not So Fast (Sep 30, 1998, 14:30)
Uunet has not yet decided whether to deploy Linux.
FINANCIAL POST: Intel backs Red Hat system (Sep 30, 1998, 14:27)
Analysts say the deal will improve the legitimacy of Linux.
Intel Invests in Red Hat--Is It a Good Thing? (Sep 30, 1998, 07:12)
Dwight Johnson has written an editorial discussing the recent
announcements about Intel's investment in Red Hat Software,
Microsoft, legal expert question Linux's free model (Sep 30, 1998, 02:59)
Rich Gray, intellectual property attorney, thinksthat the Linux
model may not last.
Intel, Netscape invest in Linux supplier (Sep 30, 1998, 02:57)
With the investments, Red Hat will establish an Enterprise
Linux in the limelight (Sep 30, 1998, 02:56)
Red Hat's chief hails the new investments in his company.
Red Hat's red letter day (Sep 30, 1998, 02:54)
Linux founder Linus Torvalds said the move is good for
themomentum of his free operating system.