Linux News for Jul 24, 1999
LinuxWorld: Mozilla from a distance (Jul 24, 1999, 22:06)
"Hey, what's up with Mozilla? Is it dead? Dying?... Or is it
simply weathering some bad times..."
Games Weekly: Review Section -- Quake on Linux (Jul 24, 1999, 21:59)
"... allow me to introduce you to the hottest and and fastest
growing user base in the computer industry."
IBM developerWorks: Apache Group incorporates, expands influence (Jul 24, 1999, 21:12)
"ASF's goal is not only to administer its own projects, but also
to offer financial and legal assistance to other open-source
ventures." (Includes an informative interview with Apache Group
co-founder Brian Behlendorf.)
Transmeta in the new Amiga (Jul 24, 1999, 18:06)
The name Transmeta has been shown on the screen at the AmiWest
Inter@ctive Week: IBM Offers Linux Lessons (Jul 24, 1999, 16:49)
"Starting Aug. 2, IBM will offer a selection of four- and
five-day courses on Linux at its installations around the
LWN: Digital Creations Announces XML Document for Zope (Jul 24, 1999, 16:41)
"... allows you to use xml objects in the Zope environment."
Ext2: Cross-Platform X Made Easy (Jul 24, 1999, 16:38)
"The idea of having X client windows alongside windows from MS
Windows applications is very attractive, but I have yet to find an
X Window server for a Microsoft Windows platform that does what I
expect it to do."
Ext2: Caldera 2.2: The New Newbie Choice (Jul 24, 1999, 16:37)
"Caldera has always been a good choice for a Linux distribution,
but now it is going straight for the throat of the biggest ignored
audience out there, the home desktop arena."
AsiaBizTech: [Linux Exhibition '99] Hands-On Linux Lesson Program is Focus of Popularity (Jul 24, 1999, 16:34)
"... more than 70 exhibiting companies and organizations are
LinuxPR: LinSupport Solutions announces new mailing lists (Jul 24, 1999, 16:33)
"LinSupport Solutions announces new free services for the Linux
community. We now offer a mailing list which will contain all of
the latest news about the LinSupport Solutions services."
LinuxPR: Bynari Systems Group Announces Associate Consultants' Program (Jul 24, 1999, 16:32)
"Consulting Opportunities in Many US Cities"
LinuxPR: Bynari Announces Appointment of Nicholas Donovan to BSG (Jul 24, 1999, 16:31)
"Former head of Linux Systems Corp joins Consultancy"
LinuxPR: Franz Inc. Ships Lisp Development Environment Allegro CL 5.0.1 (Jul 24, 1999, 16:30)
"Franz Inc. today shipped the new release of its flagship
software development suite, Allegro CL."
Computer Currents: Myth II Game For Linux (Jul 24, 1999, 16:28)
"Code for the Linux version of Myth II is already being
compiled, and Loki expects the title will be complete in the late
summer of 1999."
Linux Webportal creates the first Linux Think Tank, Seeks Volunteers (Jul 24, 1999, 16:26)
"...intention being to provide a special discussion area where
Linux Users & Developers can communicate and share ideas for
improving the Operating System"
CNN: Germany's Grundig launches MP3 player (Jul 24, 1999, 16:22)
"German electronics company Grundig AG jumped into the
digital-music market, with the launch last week of its MP3-Player
Linux Journal: Linux as an OPI Server for the Graphic Arts Industry (Jul 24, 1999, 16:19)
"Recent testing of high-performance file-sharing tools for the
Graphic Arts industry has shown Linux to be the top performer."
PressWire: Ziff-Davis launches LINUX Business Expo to explore revolution in corporate computing (Jul 24, 1999, 06:30)
"... a forum for business managers, IT and IS professionals,
technology channel professionals, developers and ISPs to learn more
about making an investment in Linux."
U.S. News: What works with Linux? (Jul 24, 1999, 06:20)
"A Quick Consumer Guide."
LinuxPR: SuSE Linux 6.2 Release Debuts August 9 (Jul 24, 1999, 06:20)
"Over 1300 applications and utilities on six CD-ROMs -- even
more software at the same price as the previous version..."
CNET News: IBM adding Linux support options (Jul 24, 1999, 03:27)
"On Tuesday, IBM will announce forthcoming technical support for
Linux in 165 countries..."