Infrastructure Linux News for Sep 01, 1999
LinuxPR: Franklin Institute Science Museum Chooses Linux (1999-09-01 23:50:10)
"The Franklin Institute Science Museum has installed a Linux Web
server built by LinuxForce Inc."
LinuxPR: LinuxCare Adds Laser5 Linux To Roster of Supported Linux Distributions (1999-09-01 23:26:25)
"Initiative Brings Global, Enterprise-Class Technical Services
to Popular Japanese Linux Distribution"
Zope Weekly News for September 1, 1999 (1999-09-01 22:58:29)
"Well, this has been the busiest week of all, or at least in a
long long time, for Zope development. Not only was beta 6 released,
but the final release of Zope 2 has finally been made! In
celebration, we're going to continue working on documentation and
resolving any outstanding issues!"
CNN.com: Linus Torvalds: Is that real silicon? (1999-09-01 21:29:44)
"I was waiting in line to pick up my press badge at the first
Linuxworld conference back in March when I saw a familiar,
bespectacled face beside me. It was Linus Torvalds, the affable,
29-year-old creator of Linux, waiting patiently to register for the
show -- waiting to register for his own show."
CNET News.com: IBM licenses skinny server designs (1999-09-01 17:37:36)
"Network Engines currently offers two thin servers, one for
Embedded Windows NT... and the other for Red Hat Linux. Both use
Intel Pentium II or Pentium III chips."
PRNewswire: Innovative Electronics...to Provide Linux...Management System for The Dunlap Company (1999-09-01 16:34:16)
"ATS Money Systems, Inc...today announced that its wholly-owned
subsidiary, Innovative Electronics, Inc...has been awarded a
contract in excess of $275,000 by The Dunlap Company - Texas, to
provide them with the new Red Hat...Linux-based StoreComm2000
Retail Store Management System."
Datamation: Network tutorial - Linux with Windows (1999-09-01 16:14:04)
"About two years ago, I was brought into a large manufacturing
outfit to improve their network. They were having problems all the
way around the board, from poor network performance to their NT
file server grinding to a halt because they lost their systems
administrator and never bothered to hire a new one."
Linuxcare: Advanced Data Recovery Techniques (1999-09-01 16:08:02)
"In this weeks column Jim Dennis helps a caller recover a mail
spool, accidentally deleted when a home-grown workaround went
wrong. The rescue operation mounted by the support pit involved
sophisticated, direct manipulation of disk blocks using homely,
everyday Linux tools like grep, vi, and dd." (Read
Linux.com: Linux and Merced: The Customer Wins (1999-09-01 16:06:45)
"The Linux kernel is being ported to the IA-64 architecture"
BW: LinuxOne Announces Strategic Relationship With MandrakeSoft (1999-09-01 13:08:01)
"With MandrakeSoft, LinuxOne(TM) will develop a Chinese language
version of the popular Linux software with features specific to the
Chinese market designed to establish Linux as the computer software
platform of choice in this enormous market."
LinuxPR: Linux-Mandrake 6.1pre available for download and tests (1999-09-01 01:57:05)
"This pre-release version has been made upon the stable parts of
Cooker (the openly developed version)."
LinuxPR: Bynari Announces its First Cobalt End of Life Clearance (1999-09-01 01:54:16)
"Products offered include Cube 2700's, RaQ Caching Servers, and
RaQ's with up to 256 MB Dram and 16.8 GB of Disk Space."
LinuxPR: Vestris Inc. announces Alkaline 1.3, a very flexible, superfast search/spider (1999-09-01 01:51:17)
"Alkaline is an all-in-one spider and searcher available for