Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 31, 2002
SuSE Announces Enterprise Server 7 for eServer iSeries, pSeries (Jan 31, 2002, 21:00)
The latest efforts of SuSE Linux and IBM have resulted in a new
version of SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 7.
Linux Weekly News for January 31, 2002 (Jan 31, 2002, 20:00)
This week: LWN.net becomes independent once again; Patch
penguins; the Linux Standard Base is complete; and more.
ZDNet: IBM: Linux Can Take on the World (Jan 31, 2002, 19:00)
"IBM, having embraced Linux, now is on a mission to convince
others that the operating system is worthy of real-world use."
New Scientist: The Great Giveaway (Jan 31, 2002, 18:30)
From Linux vending machines to Open Source soft drinks:
OpenCola, the first Open Source consumer product, has been out for
quite some time now. In an effort to explain the philosophy of Open
Source, the New Scientist has opted to show by example with a
copylefted article on OpenCola.
LinuxHardware.org: Pogo Linux Altura Review (Jan 31, 2002, 16:30)
"Are you looking to buy a shiny new Linux workstation but would
really prefer to get some support along with it? As weird as it may
sound, not everyone likes to go through the "hassle" of building
their own system. This is where a company like Pogo Linux comes
ZDNet: HP to Support Mandrake Linux on Desktops (Jan 31, 2002, 14:00)
"The HP deal aims to address some of the problems that have
prevented desktop users from adopting Linux, such as the lack of
LinuxPlanet: Linux World Expo Turns Businesslike (Jan 31, 2002, 13:39)
Dennis Powell braves the new and somewhat subdued Linux World
Expo and sends in this report from the convention floor. Has big
business taken over the Linux community? Or is the community
changing to meet the needs of its long sought-after success?
Sony Announces Linux for PlayStation 2 (Jan 31, 2002, 06:16)
Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. announced today that it
is set to release "Linux (for PlayStation 2)" Release 1.0, targeted
toward the Linux development community in North America. The
release has been available in Japan since this past Fall.
Debian Weekly News - January 30th, 2002 (Jan 31, 2002, 04:03)
This week: Outdated Netscape packages, a package tracking
system, and the debate on the Desktop Entry Standard versus the
Debian Menu System.