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Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 22, 2002

  • IT Week: Samba Runs Rings Around Win2000 (2002-04-22 23:30:54)
    "With 10 weeks to go before firms must sign up to Microsoft's Software Assurance licensing scheme or pay full price for upgrades, new tests suggest open-source Samba software may offer a viable alternative to upgrading file servers to Windows 2000..."

  • LinuxPlanet: Linux Package Management: Keeping Up with the Times (2002-04-22 20:30:12)
    If you have been around the block with Linux, then you know about the myriad of ways applications are bundled and transported from one machine to another. But to those just entering the Linux arena, the language of tarballs, RPMs, and DEBs may seem like an alien tongue. Dee-Ann LeBlanc clears up some of the confusion in this primer on package management.

  • Wired News: Extremadura Measures: Linux (2002-04-22 17:30:55)
    "The move by the Autonomous Community of Extremadura, a rural zone that borders Portugal, will mark the first time a European public school system has switched to open source, said Luis Millan Vazquez de Miguel, the community's minister of education, science and technology..."

  • Kernel Cousin GNUe #25 by Peter Sullivan (2002-04-22 08:00:55)
    Mailing list traffic for the GNUe Project.