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Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 24, 2001

  • Community: MLUG Helps Fuji Introduce Linux to Commercial Printers (Apr 24, 2001, 22:19)
    Paul Tatham of the Montreal Linux User Group has written in about a seminar with Fuji Graphic Systems Canada to introduce Linux to Montreal area printers and pre-press shops. It's an interesting opening for Linux in Canada, especially with the backing of a major company like Fuji.

  • DukeofURL: Libranet Linux 1.90 (Apr 24, 2001, 21:05)
    The Duke of URL has taken a look at Libranet Linux, a commercial Debian derivative. The verdict? Libranet has taken Debian to new heights with the addition of KDE 2.1, XFree86 4.0.2 and kernel 2.4.2, and done much to advance usability, though it's dinged for a broken koffice and unfriendly install.

  • Tonight Live on the LinuxShow: Taschek "makes" news , the VERY cool Agenda VR3 and a surprise (Apr 24, 2001, 20:17)
    "At 6pm pst, 7pm rmt, 8pm cst, and 9pm east.... Kevin Hill, Jeff Gerhardt, PJ Hyett, Doc Searls(Linux Journal), and Arne Flones have another great show lined up tonight on The Linux Show!!"

  • Kernel Cousin Wine #92 by Brian Vincent (Apr 24, 2001, 19:00)
    Wine is a free implementation of Windows on Unix.

  • Linux-Mobile-Guide v3.8 is Available (Apr 24, 2001, 18:07)
    Wehe has written in with links to the latest Linux Mobile Guide.

  • Tony Stanco: Why Microsoft is a Dinosaur (Apr 24, 2001, 12:00)
    Tony Stanco, founder of, argues that as we enter the Intellectual Age, Microsoft -- and like-minded corporations -- are as doomed as the dinosaurs, ill-equipped to do business in an era when traditional corporations can no longer control software development in the face of the Free Software movement.