Linux News for Nov 22, 1998
Boardwatch: Alternative operating systems threaten NT? (Nov 22, 1998, 20:23)
An article on Linux from a Windows-savvy but Unix-newbie
InfoWorld: The personal computer gets no respect at Comdex (Nov 22, 1998, 15:16)
"... many vendors were talking about Linux and the BeOS..."
InfoWorld: Test Center--Easy install puts Red Hat 5.2 on top (Nov 22, 1998, 14:53)
"Fast, effortless install. Good selection of extra
InfoWorld: Test Center--OpenLinux 1.3 gains KDE desktop (Nov 22, 1998, 14:49)
This product review drops the old yarn about Linux being an
alternative to NT. Caldera is put forward here as an alternative to
AOL in talks to buy Netscape Communications, Inc. (Nov 22, 1998, 14:39)
AOL will take over the Netscape web site and will control the
software. Sun is thinking about licensing the Netscape business
software from AOL
Denver Post: Proof that Microsoft is not guilty (Nov 22, 1998, 11:00)
The writer talks about Microsoft, compares Gates with Clinton,
and writes a little about Linux.
MacCentral: IHNATKO #12: Going To See The Penguin (Nov 22, 1998, 10:54)
The writer talks about Linux from a Macintosh user
RMS on the QPL (Nov 22, 1998, 10:51)
Richard Stallman posts to gnu.misc.discuss his feelings on Qt's
The Industry Standard: Microsoft Points to Linux to Deny Monopoly (Nov 22, 1998, 00:12)
But Linux ... was not constraining Microsoft's monopoly
The Win NT poll has turned around (Nov 22, 1998, 00:07)
Excellent work goes out to all Linux Today readers.
Wired: MS: Java Loss No Dig Deal (Nov 22, 1998, 00:03)
"Microsoft also will make changes in Visual J++ so that the
default setting favors Sun's multiplatform implementation of Java,
although programmers still will be able to choose to write
applications that run only on Windows."
Dlite v0.03 -- Debian Lite distributon (Nov 22, 1998, 00:00)
The distribution will always be less than 100 Mb