Linux Weekly News for January 17, 2002
Jan 17, 2002, 14:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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The LWN.net Weekly Edition for January 17, 2002 has
Inside this LWN.net Weekly Edition:
...plus the usual array of reports, updates, and
- Front: The MPAA reaches into Europe; Aunt Tillie and kernel
- Security: Debian taking care; January CRYPTO-GRAM; lots of
reports & updates
- Kernel: The new ATA/IDE code goes in; initramfs and the end of
compiled-in drivers. Nothing about Aunt Tillie.
- Distributions: Deleting distributons from the list.
- Development: Arch improves on CVS, Diet libc, Mahogany 0.64,
OpenPKG 1.0, Galeon 1.1.2, Evolution 1.0.1, GHC 5.02.2, Python
- Commerce: IDC: Linux is cheaper than Unix; Korea migrates 120K
civil servants to Linux desktop; Lineo spins off hardware
- History: The long and winding road between Pacific HiTech and
Turbolinux; Samba 2.0.
- Letters: Overflowing with buffer overflow responses.
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