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Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 24, 2002

  • "Star Wars" Effects Studio Shifts to Intel (2002-07-24 23:30:57)
    "The technical effects studio has switched from using RISC-Unix workstations from SGI to using Intel-based Dell systems running Linux for the bulk of its animation and special effects work..."

  • Microsoft Aims to Bring Apache and .NET Together (2002-07-24 21:00:21)
    "Software titan Microsoft is taking a significant step toward appeasing the open source community by integrating its .NET Framework into the Apache Web server, the world's most popular back-end software for serving up Web pages..."

  • PCWorld.com: What Does the Future Hold for PGP? (2002-07-24 11:00:27)
    "Bad things do happen to good code. So learned Phil Zimmermann, author of Pretty Good Privacy, which in the early 1990s became the de facto standard for cryptology development on the Internet, according to analysts and user groups..."

  • developerWorks: Context Switching (2002-07-24 09:00:10)
    Ever wondered how the overhead of switching contexts compared between Linux and Windows? This article compares programs that were compiled and run on Windows 2000 Advanced Server Service Pack 2, Windows XP Professional, and Linux 2.4.2 from Red Hat 7.2.

  • LinuxPR: Linux.conf.au 2003 announces Paper Submission Extension (2002-07-24 07:00:47)
    "Linux.conf.au is pleased to announce an encore to its Call for Papers for Linux.conf.au 2003, to be held in Perth, Western Australia in January 2003..."

  • Debian Weekly News - July 23rd, 2002 (2002-07-24 03:00:38)
    The latest news from the Debian Project.