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Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 01, 2002

  • Lobbying for GNU/Linux in the German Bundestag (2002-02-01 20:45:35)
    Citizens of Germany have their own battle with Microsoft and their government to wage. Specifically, German Free Software Users are urging their fellow citizens to lobby the German Parliament to adopt Linux as the official government software. Their position statement and petition may hod interest for citizens of all nations.

  • The Register: US mulls Linux for World's Biggest Computer (2002-02-01 18:30:24)
    "A bid is being prepared to provide the computing power behind the US government sponsored Project Purple, which will pool a vast server farm to the three leading US research labs, which is scheduled to come on stream by the end of 2004."

  • LinuxDevices.com: What's Up with Agenda and the VR3 Linux PDA? (2002-02-01 15:30:45)
    "The Agenda developer community is said to be continuing its work on current projects, but some developers have now switched to other projects such as the Sharp Zaurus."

  • osOpinion.com: Linux and PS2 - A Marriage Made in Heaven (2002-02-01 14:45:26)
    "Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, Sony announced the availability of a Linux for PS2 option. For an additional $200, you get a 40 GB hard drive, a 100 Base-T Ethernet card, a computer monitor adapter and a keyboard and mouse. You also get the Linux operating system, compilers and programming tools..."

  • NewsForge: LWE Paris: Optimism About Linux Growth, But Office Suite Still Catching Up (2002-02-01 14:00:43)
    "Two years ago, Paris held its first Linux Expo and the hype then had Linux equaling or surpassing Windows on the desktop within five years. This year, the predictions have changed just a wee bit and few believe those predictions, but many say they see, at least in Europe, that Linux is gaining significant ground, especially in the business world."