Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 25, 1999
Donovan Announces The Availability Of The First 64-bit UltraSPARC-driven
Linux Server (1999-02-25 23:52:40)
Penguin64, the first 64-bit Linux machine on the market to be
unveiled at the LinuxWorld Expo in San Jose on 2-4 March 1999
Custom Software Development from Sunset Systems (1999-02-25 22:46:22)
"We specialize in multiuser browser-oriented database
applications for business use... centered on a Linux web/database
MTI Technology Corp. Announces Capital Investment in Caldera Systems Inc. (1999-02-25 22:35:56)
Linux Expo '99: Very Very Last CFP (1999-02-25 22:30:26)
"... final reminder that we are still accepting proposals for
unrefereed talks and Work-In-Progress talks for the Linux Expo for
a few more days. This is your last chance..."
Linux Journal at LinuxWorld in San Jose (1999-02-25 22:25:21)
Find out about Linux Journal Interactive.
Author signing at LinuxWorld (1999-02-25 21:36:11)
Meet Michael J Hammel, author of the new SSC publication The
Artists' Guide to the GIMP.
Small Linux, Embedded Linux CD-ROM available (1999-02-25 20:23:27)
Ant 1.0 is a CD-ROM containing computing resources including
Small Linux, Real Time Linux, rescue disks, FreeDos, embedded
applications and other open source programs.
SUN MICROSYSTEMS: Sun targets small & medium ISPs with Linux-based SPARCengine Ultra AXi board solutions (1999-02-25 20:13:34)
"Sun... has teamed with the Linux community... to build powerful
yet low-cost Linux... solutions..."
INFORMATION BUILDERS: Linux users to have live web access to enterprise data (1999-02-25 20:03:44)
"WebFOCUS Offers Live Access to Data, Self-Service, Production
and Managed Reporting, and OLAP for Customers Who Choose
ZDNet: IBM Takes Another Step Into Linux (1999-02-25 15:17:40)
"Chalk up another one for Linux. IBM plans to roll out a Linux
version of its WebSphere Application Server sometime next month,
and will announce its plan within the next week."
ZDNet: Linux's Latest One-Two Punch (1999-02-25 15:08:52)
"Aiming to boost Linux's scalability and reliability as a Web
server, Pacific HiTech Inc. will unveil a server clustering
technology in the next two weeks."
Debian Events pages activated (1999-02-25 14:11:18)
These pages contain Linux related events that are happening
around the world.
Wired: Teenager Finds Web-Server Hole (1999-02-25 12:43:56)
Cobalt management blames Linux.
India Line: Interview with Bob Young, CEO, Red Hat Software (1999-02-25 12:29:16)
"India will benefit from Linux. The breathtaking rise of open
source software (OSS), including Linux, has forced media,
governments, academics and software producers to take it
Linux Hardware Solutions to support Debian Project (1999-02-25 12:23:46)
A Linux Hardware Solution PS350RR-100 RAID rackmount server with
256 MB RAM attached to a dedicated colocation connection at
Mindspring Enterprises' data center in Atlanta, Georgia to act as
the new ftp.debian.org server.
Sequel and SurfWatch Partner to Provide Innovative Internet Resource Management Tools For Large Enterprises (1999-02-25 12:01:09)
"... gives IS managers the ability to assign and manage
different Internet access levels for individual users and
Enterprise Computing: Unlimited Linux Web server cluster on tap (1999-02-25 07:55:41)
"Pacific Hi-Tech will next week preview a new version of its
Linux distribution that lets system operators tie together as many
Linux machines as they want in order to achieve faster and more
reliable Web servers."
ZDNN (Reuters): Virginia passes anti-spam law (1999-02-25 00:35:33)
"'Malicious' spamming would be considered a felony."