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Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 25, 1999

  • Intel pushes Linux in China (Mar 25, 1999, 23:29)
    "Intel will hold a Linux User Symposia on Saturday in Beijing, China."

  • LinuxWorld: Don't make me LDAP you (Mar 25, 1999, 23:19)
    "Lightweight Directory Access Protocol: what it is, why you want it"

  • InfoWorld: Novell executive plays up forthcoming role of XML (Mar 25, 1999, 21:46)
    "In his... "Future Technologies" keynote speech... Novell Chief Technology Officer Glenn Ricart plans to discuss the possible implications of supporting... XML..."

  • COMDEX and WINDOWS WORLD Offers New Conference Programs (Mar 25, 1999, 21:28)
    "... ZD Events has partnered with three major platform leaders to examine Java, Linux and Windows in detail."

  • CRN: Gates Downplays Linux Threat (Mar 25, 1999, 20:05)
    "Bill Gates said that while he views Linux as a competitor, he does not expect it to have a significant impact on commercial markets."

  • Announcing "TasLUG" (Mar 25, 1999, 17:25)
    "Tasmanian Linux users now have a group of keen enthusiasts to help them spread the good word around the state!"

  • LinuxStart.Com Now Searchable by Language (Mar 25, 1999, 15:34)
    "The LinuxStart.Com project took another grand leap forward yesterday, with an ungrade of their Linux-Only Search Engine. Now, users can select the language of choice, and filter results in any language."

  • CMP Net: Apple Defends Open Source Initiative (Mar 25, 1999, 12:55)
    "Apple Computer has gotten a rough reception to the world of open source."

  • Linux Newbie Administrator Guide v0.21 available (Mar 25, 1999, 09:09)
    "The Linux Newbie Administrator Guide contains simple (hopefully) and minimalistic answers to some problems that a Linux newbie might encounter while setting up, using, and administrating his/her home machine or home network."

  • WebEvent 3.1 BETA released (Mar 25, 1999, 09:05)
    "WebEvent is an interactive World Wide Web calendar program that allows you to view and modify calendar-type events from any computer that can run a Web browser. With the release of WebEvent 3.1 BETA, we are proud to announce that WebEvent is available for Macintosh Web servers in addition to the already supported UNIX and Windows NT servers."

  • InfoWorld: WebTrends ports Web server report app to Linux, Solaris (Mar 25, 1999, 08:58)
    "WebTrends next Monday will deliver on Linux and Solaris versions of its Web server statistics reporting and analysis product, WebTrends Enterprise Reporting Server, that offers multi-user and multiprocessing benefits, higher scaling, and pure HTML-based management."

  • osOpinion: NT Beggars at the Door (Mar 25, 1999, 08:53)
    "I would like to tell a story of a recent event, which occurred with some Microsoft representatives. As a software developer I often receive calls from a number of computer suppliers and related peripheral companies. These companies buy contact lists of developers of hardware resellers and try to develop business, cold calling their leads. One day I received a call from a Microsoft representative who asked if my company was using Windows NT. The conversation went something like this:"