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Infrastructure Linux News for May 09, 2002

  • The Register: SuSE 8.0, KDE 3.0 First Look (2002-05-09 20:30:01)
    "People have been wondering why a conservative company like SuSE would go with two x.0 versions, theirs and KDE's, to form the core of their latest distro; and I must say that on the basis of my experience with x.0's I was ready for some comic frustration when I installed SuSE 8.0-Pro the other day..."

  • Mandrake Linux Advisory: iptables/kernel (2002-05-09 17:29:41)
    "A problem was discovered with Netfilter Network Address Translation (NAT) capabilities. It was found that iptables can leak information about how port forwarding is accomplished in unfiltered ICMP packets..."

  • LinuxWorld: The Stallman Factor (2002-05-09 16:00:35)
    "Mention RMS in a Linux crowd and you'll find people who love him, hate him, and those who simply roll their eyes. People call him a whacko, egotist, genius, saint, and communist. Precious few are ambivalent about Richard Stallman..."

  • Red Hat Sees Education as Long-Term Investment (2002-05-09 14:30:05)
    "Red Hat has taken the first public step in a campaign it initiated last December to bring its software into public schools across the United States free of charge by announcing the K-12 Red Hat Linux Education program, a move that won't net the company any revenue, but which it sees as a long-term investment nonetheless..."

  • Debian Weekly News - May 8th, 2002 (2002-05-09 08:00:12)
    This week's news from the Debian Project.