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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 10, 2002

  • First Monday: Open Source Intelligence (2002-06-10 23:30:39)
    "Initially, its exclusive application was the development of software (GNU/Linux and Apache are among the most prominent projects), but increasingly we can observe this collaborative approach being applied to areas beyond the coding of software. One such area is the collaborative gathering and analysis of information, a practice we term 'Open Source Intelligence...'"

  • Network Computing: Review: Hardened Linux Puts Hackers EnGarde (2002-06-10 22:00:47)
    "If you're ready to construct your fortifications of stronger stuff, security-enhanced Linux distributions may be the answer. They offer an alternative to the patch-and-pray cycle we're stuck in today..."

  • LinuxPlanet: Conducting Virtual Meetings With Linux, Part II (2002-06-10 20:30:42)
    Getting your people together with their people is not as simple a prospect as you might imagine. Rising travel costs and hassles, coupled with the driving force to get everything done yesterday means that alternatives to face-to-face meetings are looking more attaractive than ever. But proprietary solutions can be expense and make big demands on your hardware. Rob Reilly continiues his look at using free software to create audio/chat servers that will let you run your own "v meeting" for a song.

  • PR: SuSE Releases Enterprise Server Update and Pro-Office CD (2002-06-10 20:22:34)
    Today SuSE Linux announced the immediate release of an update for SuSE Enterpise Server 7 and plans for a June 24 release of its Pro-Office CD product, which will include Sun StarOffice 6.

  • InformationWeek: Linux Packages With Panache From Dell And HP (2002-06-10 17:30:29)
    "The new products could be well-timed. A growing number of companies plan to use Linux as a platform for database management, according to a survey by InformationWeek Research conducted in March..."

  • ZDNet: The Very Real Limitations of Open Source (2002-06-10 11:00:31)
    "The problem, however, is that open source must rely on the willingness of programmers to contribute code without financial compensation..."