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Developer Linux News for Jul 29, 2001

  • IBM developerWorks: Linux hardware stability guide, Part 2: Drivers, IRQs, and PCI latency (2001-07-29 23:00:55)
    "One of Linux's claims to fame is its stability. But the most stable operating system in the world won't do you any good if your hardware is defective or misconfigured. In this article, Daniel Robbins shares his experiences in getting his NVIDIA TNT graphics card working under Linux using NVIDIA's accelerated drivers."

  • LinuxDevices.com: Embedded Java+Linux Quick Reference Guide (2001-07-29 22:00:25)
    LinuxDevices offers a reference guide to Embedded Java and Linux development, including a general introduction, a collection of whitepapers, and links to developer tools.

  • LinuxWorld.com: What Ximian's trying to accomplish with Mono (2001-07-29 20:28:43)
    Ximian's Nat Friedman and Miguel de Icaza defend their company's development of Mono in this article: "I believe that Microsoft has behaved criminally, has stifled competition." Friedman said, "I think we are calling Microsoft's bluff here. They are saying that .NET is an open system... We're going to implement an open version of it, and see how they react."

  • Alan Cox: make rpm (2001-07-29 00:47:02)
    Alan Cox has written a kernel rpm-ifier: "I've been meaning to do this one for a while and I now have it working so that with my current -ac kernel working tree I can type 'make rpm' and out puts kernel-2.4.7ac3-1.i386.rpm..."