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Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 22, 2002

  • O'Reilly Network: Finding Things in Unix (2002-02-22 20:55:34)
    "In a nutshell, find is meant to recursively search directories to find any files that meet your specified expressions. This may not seem like such a big deal, but there aren't that many Unix utilities that can "walk" through a directory and all of its subdirectories. This ability proves quite useful, as not only can you find files, but you can do something with them as you find them."

  • LinuxDevices.com: ELC paves way for Embedded Linux platform specification (2002-02-22 19:25:31)
    "Following months of intense consultations, the Board of Directors of the Embedded Linux Consortium (ELC) voted to adopt an Intellectual Property Agreement (IPA) that lays the groundwork for building a unified embedded Linux platform specification."

  • Mandrake Linux Community Newsletter Issue #31 (2002-02-22 12:32:37)
    This Week's Summary: 8.2 Beta Articles at MandrakeForum; Mandrake PPC 8.2 is coming; Mandrake in the News; New Product "Goodies" at MandrakeStore; Have You Been to MandrakeExpert Lately?; Business Case of the Week; This Week's Online Poll; Security-related Software Updates; What's New at MandrakeUser.org?; Headlines from MandrakeForum.

  • The Register: Nokia to share mobile network technologies with rivals (2002-02-22 07:45:12)
    "Nokia Oyj yesterday promised to "share" core mobile network technologies with its competitors in a "de facto standardization" effort that it claims is necessary to reduce network industry cost structures, and hasten the realization of next-generation mobile data services. It also unveiled its own range of "open" network modules, making Linux-based systems a part of its core infrastructure product portfolio for the first time."