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High Performance Linux News for Aug 24, 2000

  • CNET SGI chief executive trying to cure past ills (Aug 24, 2000, 16:20)
    "With Linux entrenched on Web servers, delivery of movies and other forms of entertainment over broadband is a natural fit, Bishop said. "Instead of e-commerce we should be talking about media commerce, or m-commerce," he said."

  • BSD Today: Configuring RAID on NetBSD (Aug 24, 2000, 01:57)
    "RAID is an acronym for "Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks". The purpose of RAID is both to join more than one disk into a single logical device and to prevent a single physical disk failure from causing the entire logical device to fail."

  • Linux Journal: Ransom Love's Secret [Caldera] Master Plan for Linux and UNIX (Aug 24, 2000, 00:22)
    "...what is the secret master plan? I draw a chart — OSes down the left, years across the top, fill in "Linux 2.4" in 2001 with a question mark, and ask Ransom to fill in the rest. Arrows sprout from Linux and spread like fungus tendrils into the "UnixWare" and "Monterey" areas — that's the compatibility thing — and a big arrow moves forward into the future along the UnixWare/Linux dividing line."