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Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 11, 2002

  • New Scientist: BT in court to enforce hyperlink patent (2002-02-11 23:52:29)
    "BT Group PLC will appear in a New York federal court on Monday to try to enforce a patent it says covers all hyperlinking. BT claims it invented the hyperlink in 1976, and anyone who uses the World Wide Web owes them money."

  • TuxReports: Icepack - a distribution to watch (2002-02-11 21:07:07)
    "Many distributions rely on Red Hat or Debian. Icepack is a Linux distribution built from the ground up. It takes a "new" approach to an end user's experience. The installation is not like Red Hat, Mandrake, Debian or Caldera."

  • ThinPlanet.com: Wyse Expands Offering to Focus on Solutions (With Linux Thin-Client Offerings) (2002-02-11 19:41:18)
    "There's no reason someone should see Linux as the cheapest solution -- it's not, and it's not the most robust solution either. But it is well tailored to people who want X-terminal replacements, local Java applications or custom local Linux applications."

  • LinuxUser Issue 17 Released (2002-02-11 17:21:59)
    LinuxUser's latest collection of articles is available, including an interview with kernel hacker Alan Cox; a look at IBM's eServer x250; open formats in music and video; more.

  • Linux Mandrake 8.2 beta2 Released (2002-02-11 16:24:03)
    "First beta of 8.2 has not caused too much damage, and in fact proved to be quite tame, but still far from what we want to see under the name "8.2 final". Therefore, our QA team has "put it to sleep", and replaced it by an improved version..."

  • Community: AUUG2002: Call for Papers (2002-02-11 13:28:39)
    "The AUUG Annual Conference will be held in Melbourne, Australia, 4, 5 and 6 September 2002. The Conference will be preceded by three days of tutorials, to be held on 1, 2 and 3 September 2002."