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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 28, 2002

  • Linux Journal: PC Expo WrapUp (2002-06-28 22:00:32)
    "Some office routers and blinking WiFi access ports, maybe a fancy PDA or two and shiny aluminum cases--eye candy. But then I started to notice a few things...Open source, although not hyped, was everywhere..."

  • InternetNews.com: Is Microsoft's Palladium a Trojan Horse? (2002-06-28 20:30:44)
    "The challenge now facing Microsoft is how to convince the skeptics that Palladium, which the company says will revolutionize computer security and digital rights management (DRM), isn't all a plot to gain ever more control of how technology evolves..."

  • CNET News: Linux Server Maker's Coffers Growing (2002-06-28 19:00:50)
    "Egenera, a maker of high-end specialized Linux servers, has received $44 million from earlier investors in a third round of funding..."

  • PCWorld.com: Linux Draws Interest at PC Event (2002-06-28 16:00:15)
    "Big PC shows like PC Expo are predictably dominated by Microsoft and its supporters. But here at this year's PC Expo/TechXNY, Linux stole a bit of the limelight..."

  • PR: SuSE Linux Releases Three New Products (2002-06-28 11:00:57)
    SuSE Linux Groupware Server, SuSE Linux eMail Server 3.1, and SuSE Linux Pro-Office CD with StarOffice are the offerings.

  • LWN.net Weekly Edition for June 27, 2002 (2002-06-28 03:00:20)
    Inside this week's LWN.net Weekly Edition: The 2002 Kernel Developers' Summit; Trusting free software projects with security information; Letters to the editor; more.