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Linux Weekly News for June 14, 2001

Jun 14, 2001, 12:54 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jonathan Corbet, Elizabeth O. Coolbaugh, Michael J. Hammel)

The LWN.net Weekly Edition for June 14, 2001 has been published.

Inside this week's Linux Weekly News:

  • Front Page: GNUCash dependencies, more MS FUD, and survey results.
  • Security: Non-executable stack and heap implementations, new vulnerabilities in LPRng, xfs, gdm, xinetd, exim, fcron and TIAtunnel.
  • Kernel: 2.4.6pre3; the limits of what modules can do; kernel data formats.
  • Distributions: 217 Distributions and counting ...
  • On the Desktop: Usability testing, GNUStep interview, and PalmOS updates.
  • Development: GStreamer, Cplant cluster software, Ganymede 1.0, GVD 1.2.0, Open Source Legal Issues, APL for Linux.
  • Commerce: TV Linux Alliance; 'LPI Certification in a Nutshell' from O'Reilly.
  • History: Debian 1.1 was released 5 years ago; The "Open Source" trademark officially died 2 years ago.
  • Letters: Licensing and security; naive economics; Linux's astrological sign.
...plus the usual array of reports, updates, and announcements

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