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Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 16, 2002

  • Community: Dr. Peter Salus as keynote speaker at University of Aarhus, Denmark (2002-02-16 06:06:17)
    "Linux was `born' on 17 September 1991. Since then it has expanded fantastically and taken on a world-wide presence. This presentation will examine the growth an development of open and free software, the forces that impel it, and the milestones in the growth and development of Linux."

  • OpenForBusiness: Mandrake Cooks Up a Winner (or Two) (2002-02-16 04:01:37)
    "While the current iteration of Mandrake Linux was excellent in both functionality and polish, it seems the folks at MandrakeSoft still were not satisfied. Based on our initial observations, we found that while Mandrake Linux 8.2 does not offer any stunning additions, it is receiving an enormous amount of attention to its fit and finish."

  • Linux Orbit: A Death, a Re-birth and Silence: Troubleshooting Sound Cards under Linux (2002-02-16 01:58:12)
    "The first step to take when you have faulty peripherals is to find out what your GNU/Linux system can tell you about the problem. This means checking your system boot logs in /var/logs/messages. You can do this several ways."

  • ServerWatch: RLX Defends Its Turf With Intel-Based ServerBlade (2002-02-16 00:18:04)
    "The strictly blade servers vendor will make public its third-generation blade, chassis, and control tower (the ServerBlade 800i, RLX System 100ex and 300ex, and Control Tower Blade 2), and in doing so hopes to divert some of the hype that's been garnished on Compaq's ProLiant BL 10E (AKA QuickBlade) back its way."