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Linux Weekly News for October 25, 2001

Oct 25, 2001, 13:07 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jonathan Corbet)

[ Thanks to Dave for this link. ]

The LWN.net Weekly Edition for October 25, 2001 has been published.

Inside this LWN.net Weekly Edition:

  • Front Page: Censored kernel changelogs; emacs 21.
  • Security: Responses to Scott Culp; possible ssh exploit.
  • Kernel: A new driver model; looking for faster pipes.
  • Distributions: More from the CLIG; Melon: Japanese Linux for the iPAQ.
  • Development: Mozilla 1.0 Manifesto, Ogg Traffic, Parma Polyhedral Library, Simple Web Service API, Crystal Space 0.90 r001, GCC 3.02.
  • Commerce: MontaVista releases high availability framework; Red Hat adds Linux Desktop Productivity Essentials training course; The new 'Lindows' operating system.
  • History: OpenBSD project founded in 1995; Red Escolar project founded in 1998; Tcl/Tk looks for a new corporate home.
  • Letters: Project Liberty, free BIOS implementations, information anarchy.
...plus the usual array of reports, updates, and announcements.

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