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Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 26, 2002

  • Tonight Live: Microsoft's Festering Wounds, Taking It to the Street, and a Book Review (2002-03-26 20:30:12)
    "Tonight we ask the listeners indulge us a bit as we introduce our New Political Action Committee The Open Technology Consortium. We will have a URL available for users to review our initial Position Statement by ShowTime..."

  • O'Reilly: Opening Up the PlayStation 2 with Linux (2002-03-26 19:30:58)
    "The bout between Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft with their video game consoles could become even more heated when Linux enters the fray this spring. Sony will sell online the 'Linux (for PlayStation 2)' Release 1.0 in the U.S. in May 2002. (A European version will come out that month, too, and the Japanese version earlier in April.)..."

  • IDG.net: Sharp's Linux PDA Debuts in US (2002-03-26 17:30:43)
    "Sharp this week put on sale its Linux-based Zaurus handheld computer and included one unexpected feature: a $50 price cut..."

  • LinuxDevices: RTAI goes (Partly) GPL (2002-03-26 13:00:14)
    "In response to worries about the possibility of patent-infringement lawsuits arising from the granting of a patent covering certain techniques used in RTLinux, the open source license covering portions of RTAI (a competing real-time extension to Linux) has recently been changed from LGPL to GPL..."

  • Kernel Cousin GNUe #21 by Peter Sullivan (2002-03-26 11:06:43)
    This Cousin covers the three main mailing lists for the GNU Enterprise project, gnue, gnue-dev and gnue-announce.

  • KDE.org: The People Behind KDE: Eva Brucherseifer (2002-03-26 05:00:13)
    This weeks' person behind KDE is Eva Brucherseifer, the multi talented Electrical Engineer from Darmstadt, Germany.

  • LinuxWorld: How to Get Started Editing Video & Audio with Linux (2002-03-26 01:00:50)
    "The question that had me going 'think, think, think' was whether or not I could toss the VCR editing solution and do the assembly and editing on my Linux desktop..."