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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 25, 2002

  • ZDNet UK: Linux-based PDA Debuts in Japan (2002-06-25 23:30:40)
    "Sharp launches the Zaurus SL-A300, a sleeker yet more powerful update to its line of handhelds built around the Linux OS. It's only out in Japan, for now at least..."

  • The Register: Linux v. MS v. Unix--Who's Got the Big Mo? (2002-06-25 22:00:14)
    "But does Linux really amount to anything more than a low-end OS for file, print and Web server applications? It's clearly challenging Windows in such roles - one of the reasons why it became a household name in the mid- to late 1990s - but can it make its mark in more critical enterprise-oriented applications...?"

  • Tonight Live: The Final Edition, the Last TLS (As you know it) (2002-06-25 21:30:39)
    "In particular, we will talk about the risk being taken by Lindows, and Peru's congressman Villanueva's coordinated effort with Argentina, Spain, France and Mexico to legislate Linux and Open Source in government infrastructure..."

  • SEUL.org: Linux in Education Report #73 (2002-06-25 05:01:23)
    The latest news from the SEUL/EDU project.

  • Mandrake Linux Advisory: OpenSSH (2002-06-25 04:16:59)
    "Details of an upcoming OpenSSH vulnerability will be published early next week. According to the OpenSSH team, this remote vulnerability cannot be exploited when sshd is running with privilege separation..."

  • Linux Journal: Information Management for the Desktop (2002-06-25 02:00:47)
    "I've wondered from time to time, however, how I might use the database to centralize all the information on my system. For example, I have some useful information floating around in e-mail archives, never to be read again. I suppose I could learn the search/grep commands that would let me revisit old e-mails, but that doesn't seem productive to me..."

  • ABC News: Salvation From the Dumps (2002-06-25 01:00:24)
    "Altruist, rebel, capitalist, ex-heroin junkie, and computer nerd: James Burgett is changing the world one old motherboard at a time..."