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Infrastructure Linux News for Oct 29, 2001

  • Kernel Traffic #139 by Zack Brown (Oct 29, 2001, 19:03)
    Mailing list threads from the Linux Kernel Development Team.

  • AllLinuxDevices: Red Hat Embedded Linux Developer Suite Now Available (Oct 29, 2001, 18:21)
    "Red Hat, Inc. today announced that the Red Hat Embedded Linux Developer Suite is now available. The Developer Suite is a packaged solution for creating embedded applications and devices."

  • ZDNet Asia: Is Microsoft losing its grip in Asia? (Oct 29, 2001, 17:36)
    "Immediately after the Nimda attack, Ho deleted the Windows operating system from infected servers and clients to prevent the virus from spreading, and replaced them with the Linux operating system. Uninfected computers were also moved to Linux..."

  • eWeek: Samba Ships Windows Directory Integration for Unix (Oct 29, 2001, 16:55)
    "Once we had made the appropriate PAM configuration file changes, we could log into a Linux workstation at the console using any Windows domain account (including using accounts in trusted domains). We could also use Windows accounts to log into Gnome (KDE should work as well, although we didn't test this) or to access the server using SSH or FTP."

  • Microsoft: Compare Microsoft .NET to J2EE Technology (Oct 29, 2001, 15:09)
    Readers curious about Microsoft's side of the story after Ganesh Prasad's latest column may be interested in this from Microsoft: "extensive materials designed to help you evaulate Microsoft .NET vs. J2EE application server technologies."

  • UnixReview: The Open Road: Son of Squid, One Bad Apple, and a Bug (Oct 29, 2001, 13:09)
    "Last month, I talked a little bit about Squid, a Web proxy cache, and how to set it up. Although you could run Squid in the default configuration, how much fun would that be? In this month's column, I'll look at a few of the important configuration parameters."

  • Future Technology tries to shut down and the Liquid style for KDE (Oct 29, 2001, 05:08)
    KDE developer Mosfet, who recently claimed that he was leaving Linux development, is now involved a legal imbroglio with the company that had hired him to work on KDE's 'Liquid' style.