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Infrastructure Linux News for Dec 18, 2001

  • NewsForge: Red Hat revamping trademark policy in response to community questions (2001-12-18 21:03:29)
    "Since the release of Red Hat 7.2 in October, the company has been more actively pursuing what it sees as trademark violations by CD resellers such as UnixCD.com and CheapBytes.com . Red Hat is asking those retailers to not call what they sell "Red Hat," because of customer confusion over whether the resold product is a complete version or includes service from Red Hat."

  • NewsForge: Redmond Linux: Are we there yet? (2001-12-18 18:22:31)
    "The only applications included with Redmond Linux right now are KOffice, Mozilla, and a demo version of a commercial financial management program for Linux that crashed the first time I tried to start it. I needed more applications than what came with the "stripped" distro in order to use Redmond Linux in any meaningful way, and they weren't there."

  • The Register: Mandrake 8.1 easier than Win-XP (2001-12-18 16:30:56)
    "Windows addicts curious to see how the other half lives but wary of the installation challenges Linux is supposed to present will find Mandrake 8.1 considerably easier to install and configure than Win-XP. It's quite nearly Harry Homeowner-proof."

  • Two Embedded Linux Companies Respond to Microsoft on WinXP Embedded vs. Linux (2001-12-18 09:02:59)
    LynuxWorks and Lineo have both decided to make public rebuttals of Microsoft's claims concerning Windows XP embedded vs. embedded Linux.