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Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 12, 2002

  • AllLinuxDevices: MontaVista to Enhance Linux for Intel's Next-Gen Wireless Platform (2002-02-12 22:08:51)
    "The Intel PXA210/250 Applications Processors are based on the Intel XScale microarchitecture and are designed for next-generation wireless and connected devices such as full-featured handheld communication devices and advanced PDAs."

  • Mandrake Linux Security Update Advisory: openldap (2002-02-12 22:02:02)
    "A problem exists in all versions of OpenLDAP from 2.0.0 through 2.0.19 where permissions are not properly checked using access control lists when a user tries to remove an attribute from an object in the directory by replacing it's values with an empty list. Schema checking is still enforced, so a user can only remove attributes that the schema does not require the object to possess."

  • Tonight Live: The IBM Websphere Studio and the HomePage Builder >> on The Linux Show (2002-02-12 20:29:10)
    This week's show: the 'Patch Penguin' controversy; Web Weaving the IBM way; more.

  • Community: GNU-Friends Launches (2002-02-12 18:24:54)
    "I'm pleased to announce the launch of GNU-Friends , a news site for friends of the GNU Project based on the Kuro5hin Scoop-backend. GNU-Friends is intended to provide news from and by the Free Software community, especially such news that does not generally make it to onto other news channels."

  • CrossNodes: LSB -- Can It Help Net Managers Cope With Linux? (2002-02-12 17:19:42)
    "Right now, Linux is a component of an infrastructure. It's typically used on a Web server or a print/file server, for example. Companies who are looking at deploying Linux as an application server -- for ERP or CRM, for instance -- are those that will be most interested in LSB," says IDC's Gillen.

  • SiliconValley.internet.com: NIC Keeping Seniors Connected (2002-02-12 09:47:58)
    "...Senior Explorer will offer the NIC as part of a complete Internet solution for seniors. For only $29.99 a month (for 36 months) customers get an unlimited connection to the Internet and an easy to use NIC loaded with pre-selected software. The dumbed-down units usually retail for $199.99 without a monitor."