Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 26, 2001
AllLinuxDevices: New Internet Computer Company and Sun Match Cobalt Qube with NIC Appliances
"Sun Microsystems, Inc., Sun Cobalt Qube Server Appliances and
NIC Combine to Create an "Unbeatable Combination" of Price and
Mandrakesoft going public? (2001-06-26 17:34:05)
According to this unconfirmed item from a French Linux site,
Mandrakesoft is planning on offering shares on the 'Marché
Libre' of EuroNext, a European exchange, before the end of July.
Most of the shares will be offered to large institutional
investors, with a small share offered to European Linux
"contributors"; because of European regulations, U.S. Linux
contributors won't be offered any shares.
Tonight Live: The TV Linux Alliance >> Beginning of a new era? (2001-06-26 17:30:44)
Kevin, Jeff, PJ, Doc and Arne discuss the latest from the world
IBM releases new Linux-based eServers (2001-06-26 17:00:17)
"IBM today announced two new eServer systems that offer small
and medium-sized businesses access to mainframe and self-healing
technologies. The new IBM eServer xSeries 232 and 342 include
intelligent management features that support IBM's Project eLiza
initiative, a multi-billion dollar program aimed at creating a
world of self-managing servers requiring little or no human
interaction with the goal of making computing networks as easy to
manage as today's kitchen appliances."
Enterprise Linux Today: Red Hat Launches Open Source Consulting Practice
"The new open source consulting services target areas where open
source technologies can greatly improve the strategic use of IT
infrastructure through more effective delivery of business
LinuxPlanet: The StartX Files: A Little Housekeeping (2001-06-26 05:34:36)
In this week's StartX files, Brian Proffitt takes a quick look
at SuSE 7.2 and asks whether this latest version, arriving so soon
after 7.1, is a necessary purchase for SuSE veterans. Also in this
week's column: Brian will be revisiting last year's "Word to the
Wise" series with an update on word processors for Linux. The list
he'll be covering is in this week's column, so make sure to check
it out for your favorite.
BSD Today: FreeBSD's Jordan Hubbard to work for Apple (2001-06-26 05:16:34)
"Jordan Hubbard, the FreeBSD release engineer and FreeBSD Core
team member, announced today that he will now be working at Apple.
For the past seven years, he has worked as a FreeBSD CD's product
manager and FreeBSD evangelist for Walnut Creek CDROM, BSDi and