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Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 24, 2002

  • ZDNet: Store chain is sold on Linux (Jan 24, 2002, 22:10)
    "It was not love at first sight. Roberts wasn't sure how Linux would translate into a large enterprise system. Less than 24 months later, Linux provides the 90-year-old retail business cost savings, reliability, and scalability, and is an important part of its long-term IT infrastructure strategy."

  • Linux Journal: Won't Make Your Web Site Work with Linux? We'll Do It for You. (Jan 24, 2002, 19:31)
    "For web developers Peter Blokland, Valentijn Sessink and Wiard Gorter, enough was enough. They decided to build a shadow web site that shows travelers needed information in a standardized way, so that everybody could read it no matter what browser they used."

  • NewsForge: Review: Soyo Dragon Plus motherboard (Jan 24, 2002, 18:25)
    "As a motherboard, the Dragon Plus is everything the Dragon was, plus a bit more, with the increased performance, the smartcard reader and the Front USB ports. It is, in my opinion, at the top of the KT266A-based boards, and Athlon boards in general, both in terms of performance and features."

  • Correction to MandrakeSoft Professional Service Announcement (Jan 24, 2002, 15:16)
    In an announcement that was released on Wednesday, 23 January 2002 about MandrakeSoft's expansion of its Professional Service Offerings, an incorrect U.S. phone number was provided; the correct toll-free number for MandrakeSoft North American Professional Services is 1-877-635-2677.

  • Linux Weekly News for January 24, 2002 (Jan 24, 2002, 14:07)
    This week: Miss the Bubble Days?; Lindows; Microsoft remedy; Seeking the RST.b virus; Reverse mapping VM; the Athlon bug; needing ACPI; more.

  • Debian Weekly News - January 23rd, 2002 (Jan 24, 2002, 11:33)
    This week: Boot-floppies, Sponsoring, Freeze Progress, APT, Conference, VAX Port, Mobile Debian

  • CNET Start-up: Embedded Linux still has life (Jan 24, 2002, 08:06)
    "Twenty years ago, Ready created VRTX, the first commercial operating system for "embedded" computing systems, a category that now includes everything from antilock-brake controllers to VCRs to mobile phones to automatic teller machines. VRTX, still sold by Ready's former employer, Mentor Graphics, runs the Hubble Space Telescope."

  • PR: MandrakeSoft Supports the Expansion of its Professional Service Offerings (Jan 24, 2002, 05:09)
    "To meet the growing demand for high-quality Linux Professional Services, MandrakeSoft announces the availability of a new toll-free number dedicated to enterprise users seeking accurate information on the benefits of using Open Source technology."