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Developer Linux News for Aug 01, 1999

  • Net-3(4)/Networking Howto Released (1999-08-01 21:03:50)
    "Many things are to come with this document as we integrate detailed sections about IPChains, Masquearding and envelope the WWW and Intranet Howto's."

  • Download a Demo of Myth II (1999-08-01 16:25:21)
    "We've made a demo version available for you to test your swordplay and sorcery with Myth II: Soulblighter. The Intel and PowerPC compatible versions are both available now." (Go)

  • Techweb: Survey Sees Rapid Deployment Of Windows 2000 (1999-08-01 16:22:22)
    "Other findings fuel the notion the Redmond, Wash.-based software giant will conquer the enterprise-business environment in the same manner the Microsoft platform has dominated the desktop environment..."

  • LinuxPR: Ted 2.5, an easy to run and easy to install Rich Text Processor for Linux (1999-08-01 16:13:21)
    "Mark de Does released version 2.5 his wysiwyg rich text processor Ted for Linux under the GNU/General Public License. With this release he wants to contribute to the personal productivity of Linux users. The software shows that appealing Linux software that is easy to use and easy to install indeed exists."

  • Unreal Tournament Linux Client (1999-08-01 16:06:22)
    "I've been spending the past 5 days or so banging out a Linux client for UT. At this point, it is completely playable with renderers for Glide and MesaGL."

  • TreLOS: Windows for Linux (1999-08-01 07:48:51)
    "We will be demonstrating the product at Linux World in San Jose..."

  • Zope Weekly News for July 28, 1999 (1999-08-01 06:23:09)
    "The big news this week was the release of Zope 2.0 beta one."

  • Code Crusader 2.1.1 - Text Editor & UNIX Development Environment (1999-08-01 05:44:43)
    "Code Crusader is a UNIX development environment. It provides a text editor, a C++ class browser, multi-file search and replace, a project manager, and an interface to UNIX make and the UNIX help system (man pages) that all cooperate to streamline the process of developing code."