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Developer Linux News for Mar 20, 2001

  • CNET News.com: China invests in Linux revolution (2001-03-20 21:00:16)
    "China's government said it will invest in Red Flag Software, China's largest Linux software developer, to try to curb Microsoft's dominance of the country's software market."

  • MozillaZine: Independent Status Reports (2001-03-20 20:21:05)
    "Included are reports from Jabberzilla, Chameleon, Hermes, ChatZilla and ForumZilla."

  • Evil3d.net: Three Clicks To Linux (Review of MaxOS Linux) (2001-03-20 18:00:16)
    "A product of Alta Terra Ventures Corp, MaxOS Linux has been designed from the ground up to be as easy on the Windows user as possible. To lull them into a sense of security, and hopefully turn them into a Linux addicts like the rest of us seems to be the goal with this distro. Just about every possible step has been taken to enforce this. Even the average Linux dabbler, just a step or two above newbie, may well be enthralled with some of the advances made in MaxOS Linux."

  • Linus Torvalds: Linux 2.4.3-pre5 (2001-03-20 08:15:23)
    "The biggest recent change is the mmap_sem change, which I updated with new locking rules for pte/pmd_alloc to avoid the race on the actual page table build."

  • ComputerWorld: The Microsoft Way (2001-03-20 08:13:11)
    "Is it a scam? A trick? Is Microsoft trying to pollute the purity of the open-source movement? Oh, maybe. What's more likely is that Microsoft, having spent its requisite time hissing and spitting at something new, is now proceeding to do "open source" the Microsoft way."

  • Kernel Cousin Gimp #36 by Cris Flagg (2001-03-20 04:21:53)
    Newsletter of the Gimp developers' mailing list prepared by Cris Flagg. The Gimp is a high-end, open-source graphics application which competes with Adobe Photoshop.

  • ZDNet: Nautilus: here today. Eazel: gone tomorrow? (2001-03-20 00:14:58)
    "How good is Nautilus? When I installed a preview release on my home computer six months ago my housemates actually started using the Linux box."