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Daemon News for July 2000

Jul 06, 2000, 00:46 (2 Talkback[s])


Desktop-as-a-Service Designed for Any Cloud ? Nutanix Frame

This issue includes: Permanent Web Publishing, Using the Linux version of the Citrix ICA Client on FreeBSD, SAP R/3 meets FreeBSD, Heidemann Discusses Location-Aware Job Scheduling, Netscape Navigator 4.x and Fonts, Blueprints: How to Write Kernel Drivers with NewBus and The Daemon's Advocate.

"Permanent Web Publishing
USENIX report: David S. H. Rosenthal of Sun Microsystems presented work conducted with Vicky Reich of Stanford University Laboratories, entitled "Permanent Web Publishing."

"Using the Linux version of the Citrix ICA Client on FreeBSD
In my ever-striving quest for making my FreeBSD 4.0 workstation more usable in my day to day adventures, I started working on getting the ICA Citrix client installed on it."

"SAP R/3 meets FreeBSD
Since I wanted to test FreeBSD in general and the Linuxulator (the Linux compatibility system) in particular, the worst application that came into my mind was SAP R/3."

"Heidemann Discusses Location-Aware Job Scheduling
USENIX report: John Heidemann of USC/ISI presented work performed with Dhaval Shah of Nokia entitled "Location-Aware Scheduling with Minimal Infrastructure."

"Netscape Navigator 4.x and Fonts
I have had problems with fonts in Netscape for quite a while--ever since I downloaded Netscape for the first time."

"Blueprints: How to Write Kernel Drivers with NewBus
I'd like to cover how one actually WRITES a newbus driver."

"The Daemon's Advocate
It is both amusing and terrifying to watch the computer industry stagger towards the goal of an on-line society, moving in fits and starts like a drunken sailor over a pitching deck."

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