CNET News.com: Linux advances on several frontsNov 01, 2000, 21:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Shankland)
"Linux is continuing its spread from the scrawniest to the burliest computing devices, with new products emerging this week for low-power chips all the way up to mainframes."
"LynuxWorks will announce Monday the release of its SpyKer event-tracking software, a programming tool that monitors low-level operation of LynuxWorks' BlueCat Linux or other Linux versions as well as LynuxWorks' proprietary LynxOS. SpyKer will cost $999 and will be available for Linux versions at the end of November."
"And on the high end, German Linux company SuSE has released a version for IBM's S/390 mainframes, now known as its eServer zSeries machines. SuSE, Turbolinux and Red Hat each will sell software for all of IBM's four major server lines, the companies have said."