Infrastructure Linux News for Dec 05, 2001
Debian Weekly News - December 5th, 2001 (2001-12-05 23:49:23)
This week: Fixing GPM Bugs, Quality of Ximian's Debian Packages,
Automatic Building of non-free Packages?, Freeze in Progress, Quick
Reference for Debian, Linux Documentation Project re-licensing
issues, Packages from NSA's SE Linux, more.
TuxPPC.com: SuSE Linux 7.3 PPC Review (2001-12-05 22:42:35)
"...I think SuSE Linux has made its way to being the best retail
Linux distribution currently available for PowerPC machines."
What's new in GNU Bayonne (December 5th) (2001-12-05 18:24:15)
This week: Bayonne ISDN and CAPI support, What I am doing in
GNUCOMM, "GNU/"LinuxWorld NYC, more.
Mandrake Forum: Announcing MandrakeSecure (2001-12-05 11:31:52)
"The latest member of the MandrakeSoft family of websites is
launched today. This new site, aptly called MandrakeSecure is a
website following MandrakeSoft's tradition of delivering high
quality security tools to our end users and customers.
MandrakeSecure is the latest in our arsenal to help you secure your
Mandrake Linux system."
Enterprise Linux Today: Caldera Showcases Volution Manager 1.1 Making Preview Publicly Available (2001-12-05 08:51:27)
"Caldera Volution Manager is a secure, web-based, systems
management solution that reduces the cost of deploying and managing
established versions of Linux and Caldera OpenServer, UnixWare and
Open Unix. Volution Manager does so by enabling secure, remote
management, monitoring and updating of multiple systems through a
allNetDevices: Linux Handheld Contest Announced
"The schedule will run until February 11, 2002 and will offer a
variety of prizes including $10,000 in cash, handhelds, laptops and
television and stereo equipment. More information is available from
the vendors Web site."
LDP Weekly News -- December 4, 2001 (2001-12-05 04:26:26)
This week's LDP Weekly News includes an urgent request for
existing contributors to the large pool of documents comprising the
Linux Documentation Project to relicense their work where needed.
Licensing incompatibilities are about to cause nearly 2/3 of the
LDP collection to be placed in Debian's non-free tree.
ServerWatch: RLX Technologies Announces Red Hat Linux 7.2 Support on Blade Servers (2001-12-05 00:22:44)
RLX Technologies, a vendor of ultra-dense blade servers, became
the first blade-server vendor to announce immediate support of Red
Hat Linux 7.2.