Linux News for Oct 29, 1998
PC Magazine: Virtual Private Networks article mentions Linux (Oct 29, 1998, 16:51)
Any mention of Linux is a good mention
Win 30,000 Deutsch Marks for writing software (Oct 29, 1998, 16:41)
Slashdot has a story about a German company offering a big
reward for a piece of software they need.
Sm@rt Reseller: Make Money With Linux (Oct 29, 1998, 15:53)
Forget that it's free. You can make money with Linux.
YAHOO!: Red Hat secure server wins best of show at Networld+Interop '98 Atlanta (Oct 29, 1998, 15:35)
Data Communications And LANTimes Editors Name Red Hat Linux
Secure Web Server 2.0 A Best Of Show Award Winner At
Networld+Interop '98 Atlanta
YAHOO!: Prolifics(R) To Support Linux with Q1 1999 Product Release (Oct 29, 1998, 15:30)
Prolifics tool gives developers the opportunity to build
enterprise-level applications on powerful, low-cost platform.
New connectivity for the SuSE FTP server (Oct 29, 1998, 14:31)
SuSE is happy to announce, that our ftp server now is directly
connected to two major backbones. This means highly increased
throughput and better download rates.
Apple: Shutting Down NT: How We Did I
(Oct 29, 1998, 11:49)
"I had spent the past three years surrounded by Linux users and
had come to understand the power of Unix-based web servers. And
while I was determined to serve websites from a Macintosh, I also
knew a solution that met my needs as a developer and my clients'
requirements for power, stability, and speed was a must-have.
TechWeb: Unix Growth Still Outpaces Win NT (Oct 29, 1998, 11:42)
"That's a good combo, Linux and Java," he said.
Guardian: How Windows could open up for Linux (Oct 29, 1998, 11:21)
As for an alternative, the only viable option is Linux.
Inter@ctive Week: Linux Influx: Turning Freeware Into Bloatware (Oct 29, 1998, 10:09)
"... so far, applications have not been on the radar of open
source code developers."
New Arrivals at Computer Literacy Online (Oct 29, 1998, 09:52)
Computer Literacy Online
has just received these tech titles.
Gates "on the warpath" (Oct 29, 1998, 09:46)
Microsoft's chairman Bill Gates in a seething email threatened
to destroy @Home, a cable venture offering high-speed Internet
access, because of its "anti- Microsoft" stance, according to
documents released in the Microsoft antitrust trial.
Software in the Public Interest announces it's new webpages (Oct 29, 1998, 09:37)
SPI is a non profit organization that was founded to help
projects in developing software for the community.
YAHOO!: Oracle in Technology, Marketing Alliance With Asia's Largest Linux Company (Oct 29, 1998, 09:35)
Pacific HiTech to Distribute Oracle8 on TurboLinux in Japan and U.S.
MicroTimes: Weighing your options (Oct 29, 1998, 07:43)
NT versus Unix: Which operating system is right for your
Featured Site: Linux Preview (Oct 29, 1998, 03:36)
Linux Preview is a Venezuelan site that reports Linux news in
Vote for changes to VIM (Oct 29, 1998, 03:10)
This is your chance to express your opinion about what changes
should be made to Vim.
UNIX versus NT Organization New Web Site (Oct 29, 1998, 02:37)
The UNIX versus NT Organization is dedicated to setting the
facts straight about the various commercial and Open Source UNIX
operating systems as they relate to Microsoft Windows NT.
NewsBytes: Solaris Has Nothing To Fear From NT (Oct 29, 1998, 02:21)
"... there's a potential for certain forces in the marketplace
to turn to Linux as the basic plumbing."
Linux Weekly News (Oct 29, 1998, 02:20)
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