Linux News for Oct 31, 1998
Linux.org's old ISP tells their side (Oct 31, 1998, 12:25)
Dave Stoddard of "us.net" has responded to the Linux.org
InfoWorld: Linux campaign rolls on: Unix camp seeks ally (Oct 31, 1998, 11:36)
"A gradual warming of relations between the Unix and Linux
communities is spawning a new front in the war between Unix and
InfoWorld: Linux and the formula for success as defined by the Pointy Haired Boss (Oct 31, 1998, 11:25)
"Linux... The momentum is building so fast that SCO plans to
include Linux binary compatibility in its Unix products." --
InfoWorld: Application development software X-Designer leapfrogs platform limits (Oct 31, 1998, 11:18)
Imperial Software's X-Designer 5.0 nicely solves the problem of
creating applications at mixed-platform IT sites by blending
support for Linux, other versions of Unix, Windows, and the Web
into a single development tool.
InfoWorld: Lotus weighs its Linux options (Oct 31, 1998, 10:48)
In the hopes that broader platform support will help it gain
ground against Microsoft, Lotus Development is forming a team to
look at porting SmartSuite desktop business applications and
Notes/Domino groupware to Linux with an eye to releasing the
products in 1999.
ZDNet UK Linux Lounge Update (Oct 31, 1998, 00:30)
The ZDNet UK Linux Lounge is now truly on-line.
ZDNet UK: Beware the Linux hype (Oct 31, 1998, 00:28)
"Martin Butler, an independent consultant and head of the Butler
Group, suggests that companies should steer well clear."
News.com: Linux Online outage persists (Oct 31, 1998, 00:26)
This story has interesting facts not generally known about the
operation of Linux.org.
Informix leads the industry with unmatched commitment to Linux (Oct 31, 1998, 00:24)
Informix is adding Informix Dynamic Server on Linux, Informix-SE
on Red Hat Linux and Informix Dynamic 4GL on Linux to its
market-leading Linux portfolio.