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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 21, 2002

  • developerWorks: Linux in the North Country (2002-06-21 22:00:50)
    A small technology school in upstate New York was the big IBM Linux Scholar Challenge winner; four out of the six students in the Advanced Operating Systems class last year won a contest where only 25 winners were chosen worldwide. How did they do it? To explain how, Dr. Jeanna Matthews shares her classroom experiences.

  • LinuxMAX: Open Letter: The State of OSS Adoption by New Zealand Government (2002-06-21 19:00:54)
    "When one does the math, 80,000 Microsoft licensing seats at the hoped for rate of $250 per seat per year is $20 million per year to Microsoft (a lot of money when one considers that the population of New Zealand is less than 4 million). What can we buy with $NZ 20 million in each and every year? A provincial hospital, a new school...?"

  • PR: MandrakeSoft to Provide Linux Server Software to All Levels of French Government (2002-06-21 14:30:37)
    MandrakeSoft has been awarded a contract to equip Linux server software to French government agencies and ministries.

  • LinuxPlanet: Linux Partitions: A Primer (2002-06-21 03:00:05)
    One of the biggest challenges that a new Linux user faces when they first install any distro is how to cope with this thing called partitioning. Though many installers will auto-configure the partitions of a hard drive for you, having a good partition strategy can save you a lot of time and effort in the long run. Dee-Ann LeBlanc delivers this tutorial on partitioning basics.