Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 28, 1999
PC Week: Rolling down the Linux highway [B.F. Goodrich deployment] (1999-06-28 19:10:34)
"B.F. Goodrich expands open-source OS's role to Web server apps
CNET News.com: Intel to launch major ISP strategy (1999-06-28 17:40:54)
"...ISPs will also become an important market for generic "white
box" servers manufactured by Intel... servers will run Microsoft's
Windows NT, but also Red Hat's Linux variant and Solaris..."
LinuxPR: O'Reilly announces Keynote Speakers for Open Source Conference (1999-06-28 17:39:38)
"O'Reilly & Associates announces the keynote speakers for
the Open Source Software Convention, to be held in Monterey, CA,
Alan Cox updates Linux.org.uk (1999-06-28 16:52:21)
The site is now more "portal-esque", and contains some new
pictures of a recent Linux event.
Caldera Systems introduces its new OpenLinux Developer Network (1999-06-28 16:24:31)
"This program was created to provide developers with the tools
and resources necessary to create powerful OpenLinux-based
BW: BeOpen.com Releases World-Class Applications as Open Source (1999-06-28 16:18:55)
"BeOpen.com's Advanced Software Development Tools Released as
ZDNet: Gumming up the Werks (1999-06-28 16:14:21)
"Sometimes perception can be as important as reality."
Salon: Walking the open-source walk (1999-06-28 12:27:19)
"Eric Raymond incorporates reader insights into his essay on the
c't: Linux and NT as Web Server on the Test Bed (1999-06-28 10:27:58)
In these real-world benchmarks, Linux shows itself better than
NT in several key performance tests.
IT Week: Linux gathers momentum (1999-06-28 10:26:58)
"IBM stepped up its commitment to the Linux operating system at
the PC Expo show in New York last week."
Byte.com: Basic X Setup (1999-06-28 10:20:18)
"Enough Information To Make It Run, Not Enough To
PRNewswire: SGI Announces Linux Support for Silicon Graphics 1600SW Flat Panel Monitor (1999-06-28 09:32:32)
"Linux drivers for the flat panel device were supplied by Number
Nine... to Xfree..."
LinuxPR: IndyBox announces dual Xeon XE Series of Linux systems (1999-06-28 08:09:13)
"...with one of the many Linux distributions pre-installed.
i.e., Caldera Open Linux, Debian GNU/Linux, Mandrake Linux, Red Hat
Linux, Slackware Linux, S.u.S.E. Linux, and Red Hat Linux."
Information Week: Linux Vs. NT: Head To Head -- Which Operating System Is Best? (1999-06-28 01:51:49)
"Here's Our Unscientific But Real-World Evaluation."
Internet Week: Need Help Desk Support? Just Name Your Price (1999-06-28 01:31:53)
"... many Linux gurus are not necessarily interested in joining
a big corporation where they can sit by a phone bank and answer
help desk calls all day. Might there be another way?"
BW: Metrowerks to deliver CodeWarrior for SuSE Linux (1999-06-28 00:30:39)
"CodeWarrior is the first widely used, commercially available
Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to be ported to SuSE