Linux News for Jul 30, 2004
LinuxJournal: How I Spent my Summer Vacation Bringing Linux to Nicaragua (Jul 30, 2004, 20:05)
The first of two articles about one US student's experiences
with Linux and Nicaragua this summer.
VNUnet: Linux gives new lease of life to legacy Cobol (Jul 30, 2004, 20:04)
A development kit that runs on IBM eServers.
LinuxWorld.au: Vintela enables single logon, password mgmt. for Unix, Linux and Windows (Jul 30, 2004, 20:01)
Overview of new security management tool from the Caldera
LinuxDevices: Linux ported to Archos portable multimedia player (Jul 30, 2004, 18:24)
The LinAV project makes headway.
DeveloperWorks: Connect KDE apps using D-BUS (Jul 30, 2004, 17:02)
Exploring the steps involved in deploying inter-process
communication apps with D-BUS.
Yahoo News: DOT Hill's Linux Storage Solutions on Display at LinuxWorld San (Jul 30, 2004, 16:57)
An integrated suite of management tools for SAN storage
InfoWorld: SCO tries to revive Unix System Labs name
(Jul 30, 2004, 16:20)
An appilcation for trademark protection on the old AT&T name
eWeek: Today's LinuxWorld Is All Grown Up (Jul 30, 2004, 16:14)
Looking back at five year's of progress.
eWeek: Microsoft Sales Chief: 'Facts' Show that Windows Trumps Linux (Jul 30, 2004, 14:06)
At a conference for analysts, Microsoft reveals plans to step up
it's marketing camapaign against open source and Linux.
The Neurocrat: Lockheed Martin To Ditch 10K Solaris Workstations for Linux (Jul 30, 2004, 13:56)
A source inside the company says the aeronautics company is
planning a large migration.
TheLinuxBox: Why MS Windows Isn't Ready for the Desktop (Jul 30, 2004, 13:49)
An opinion piece outlining the shortcomings of the Windows
Yahoo News: Tarantella Announces Industry's First RDP Client for Linux (Jul 30, 2004, 13:37)
Provides RDP access to Microsoft Windows client appilcations
over Win Server 2003 Terminal Services.
eBCVG: Linux is being designed into future defense systems (Jul 30, 2004, 13:33)
Report from an information security portal on future plans by
the U.S. Army.
ZDnet: Red Hat to serve Java (Jul 30, 2004, 13:30)
Red Hat will grow beyond its Linux roots next week and sell a
subscription service supporting an open-source Java application
server, according to people familiar with the company's plans.