Linux Weekly News for May 31, 2001
May 31, 2001, 22:15 (0 Talkback[s])
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Inside this week's Linux Weekly News:
- Front Page: Linux costs less to insure, auditing of free
software, IPFilter followup, and Linux TV's.
- Security: European Parliament recommends encryption and Open
Source software, new vulnerabilities in
- gnupg, Webmin, and TWIG. More distribution updates.
- Kernel: 2.4.5, the Stanford checker returns; 2.4 virtual memory
- Distributions: Red Hat, SuSE and Turbolinux announce Itanium
ports, Yellow Dog Linux 2.0 ships, Lanthan
- Linux added to the list.
- On the Desktop: Printing issues but skip the tissues (the
desktop is not dead)
- Development: Wavsurfer, new PostgreSQL and mnoGoSearch, an
Animation Editor, the GNet network library,
- FHS 2.2, Java 3d and JMF.
- Commerce: Here comes the Itanium.
- History: "Lignux", the importance of faith, Python's first
- Letters: GPL boundaries, software bloat, desktop page
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