Linux News for Dec 26, 1998
TechWeb: The top stories to expect in 1999 (Dec 26, 1998, 11:43)
"Look for Microsoft to issue a Windows flavor of Linux" making
good on Halloween promises to embrace and extend.
TechWeb: The top stories that didn't happen in 1998 (Dec 26, 1998, 10:21)
NT's conquest of UNIX is the #7 "didn't happen" story--Guess
what stopped it?
TechWeb: Best of '98 (Dec 26, 1998, 10:05)
"... Linux, the underground operating system that inspires
loyalty as fierce as that of Mac users, blossomed."
InfoWorld: Marriage on the rocks? Microsoft and Intel are drifting apart
amid legal problems and diverging interests (Dec 26, 1998, 09:10)
"Microsoft... put on a brave face on Sept. 29 when Intel
announced... that it was investing in Red Hat Software..."
InfoWorld: New Year's resolutions are so much more fun when you make them
for others (Dec 26, 1998, 08:09)
Nicholas Petreley's weekly Down to the Wire column.
InfoWorld: Linux in '99 (Dec 26, 1998, 07:43)
InfoWorld Forum adds has no original content of its own but
instead offers an opportunity for readers to write about what they
think Linux will do in 1999.
InfoWorld: IP to dominate in 1999 and beyond (Dec 26, 1998, 00:17)
"IP is our direction, and we're moving away from all other
protocols and migrating as quickly as we can".
Sm@rt Reseller: The Cheapest Route: A Tale Of Linux Vs.Cisco (Dec 26, 1998, 00:00)
"You can buy a half dozen Pentium IIs and rig them up as
routers, using Linux or BSDI, for about the price of one Cisco
4700. Now that's bang for your buck."
DevHead: Holiday Wrap Up: DevHead's 1998 Year in Review (Dec 26, 1998, 00:00)
"Linux grew tremendously in '98."
Sm@rt Reseller: The Cathedral, The Bazaar And The Reseller (Dec 26, 1998, 00:00)
"Open source software means opportunity."
Sm@art Reseller: Linux Is Not Just For Kids (Dec 26, 1998, 00:00)
A series of developments next year should help Linux continue
its evolution as an enterprise OS.
Salon: Microsoft über alles (Dec 26, 1998, 00:00)
"In January, the term "open source" did not exist. By December
there was no avoiding it."