Linux News for Dec 25, 2002
Year-End 2002 Digest: Looking Back and Looking Ahead (Dec 25, 2002, 11:30)
"The end of the Gregorian calendar year brings out a great many
year-in-review and year-ahead stories at the various media
InformationWeek: Bridging Unix And Windows At NASA (Dec 25, 2002, 10:00)
"'As PCs have become more powerful, it's easier to run Linux on
the desktop and add the Windows applications and use a single
machine for everything,' [Johnson Center Project Manager Patrick]
The [Malaysian] Star: Old Folks Pick Up Open Source (Dec 25, 2002, 08:30)
Who says Aunt Tillie can't use Linux? "Senior citizens from a
community group in SS3 here have greatly impressed their trainer
Colin Charles by quickly learning how to install and configure the
Linux Red Hat 8.0 operating system..."
searchWindowsManagability: IT Pros Offer Windows-Linux Configuration Tips (Dec 25, 2002, 07:00)
"At times, the Windows-Linux integration process can seem like a
many-headed monster, and IT pros must contain it to avoid getting
Machineofthemonth.org: Using a Compact Flash Card Reader in Linux (Dec 25, 2002, 05:30)
"I have been researching a little about using Linux as a
platform for digital camera useage. Unfortunately, support for
individual cameras is sketchy. What I want to be able to do is just
buy the darn thing if I like its picture quality and specs and
worry about getting it to work with Linux later..."
ZDNet Australia: Trojan Horses Plague Open Source (Dec 25, 2002, 04:00)
"At least three commonly used open source software packages were
altered by black-hat (bad-guy) hackers to contain 'Trojan horse'
code this year.
Vallejo News: Three Days of the Desktop--Part 2 (Dec 25, 2002, 02:30)
"Out of the box, Desktop/LX was easy to set up, but still
required some Linux experience in order to get all of the hardware