dcsimg
Linux Today: Linux News On Internet Time.








More on LinuxToday

Infrastructure Linux News for Sep 06, 2002

  • Mandrake Linux Community Newsletter -- Issue #58 (2002-09-06 23:30:35)
    This Week's Summary: 9.0 Release Candidate is Here; Hancom Office Now Shipping from MandrakeStore; The Latest MandrakeClub Activities; PPC Roundup; Business Case of the Week; Spotlight on MandrakeSecure.net; Security-related Software Updates; more.

  • ZDNet UK: Philips Pushes Linux for Consumer Electronics (2002-09-06 22:00:19)
    "Philips and Intel are using Linux and XScale to make it easier for manufacturers to build next-generation home entertainment devices"

  • The Register: Xbox Linux Project Releases SuSE 8.0 Howto (2002-09-06 17:30:35)
    "The Xbox Linux Project has now produced a tutorial on installing SuSE 8.0 on an Xbox, and from the look of it, although getting SuSE running is something of a triumph, the Project still has a way to go before it can be said to have turned the Xbox into a cheap, low-hassle Linux client..."

  • Mandrake Linux Advisories: gaim, cdrecord (2002-09-06 17:26:15)
    Two security advisories from MandrakeSoft.

  • Reuters: Sony Unveils Net-Connected [Linux-Based] Hard-Disk Video Recorder (2002-09-06 11:00:43)
    "Japan's Sony Corp gave a fresh peek on Wednesday into its strategy for linking consumer electronics to the Web, unveiling a Net-connected video recorder that can seek out and record TV programs it thinks its owner would like..."

  • AbiWord Weekly News #107 by Eric A. Zen (2002-09-06 07:00:00)
    "Just a quick listing of things you'll find in this issue: mentions of 1.0.3, MergeCells, Font Preview, AbiWord in foreign lands, sensationalism, panic, MacDinkery, Nicolas Mercier, easiest POW yet, no lengthy article in tribute to a total lack of graph..."

  • LinuxPlanet: CPEN and Linux: Techno-Tools for the Techno-Cool (2002-09-06 01:00:56)
    "LinuxPlanet writer Rob Reilly is more than a little excited about his new CPEN handheld device. And when he figured out how to use the device with his Linux laptop, he was in heaven. Reilly details how he got CPEN to talk to Linux and vice versa, and gives a brief lesson in dealing with IR ports in Linux as well..."