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eWeek: Linux Show Powers Up

Jul 24, 2003, 14:30 (5 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Craig Newell)

"Linux users from around the world are gathering this week at the annual Linux Symposium here.

"While they're not on the agenda, the gathering will provide attendees a forum at which to discuss this summer's hottest Linux topics, including SCO's recent win of Unix System V copyright and the impending Version 2.7 of the Linux kernel. The Linux Symposium runs immediately after the invitation-only Linux Kernel Summit, also in Ottawa.

"Among Wednesday's presentations, developer Tim Riker of Texas Instruments will discuss the future of Linux in the mobile-device market.

"On the heels of a recent eWEEK.com report surrounding Linux on the PowerPC platform, IBM hosts a presentation on low-level optimizations of the Linux kernel for the 32- and 64-bit PowerPC chip. eWEEK.com recently reported on an IBM move to market 64-bit PowerPC chips on Linux-based servers..."

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