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Infrastructure Linux News for Sep 23, 2002

  • Africa Set to Embrace Linux (Sep 23, 2002, 23:30)
    "It's been the talk of the global industry for close on three years now but 2002 is being pegged as the African breakout year for Linux, the flexible and cost-effective open source operating system technology..."

  • Apache Responds to Web Server Criticisms (Sep 23, 2002, 20:30)
    "The Apache Group is trying to encourage take-up of the Apache 2.0 web server by making the product more stable and issuing less frequent alterations to its application programming interfaces..."

  • ZDNet UK: UnitedLinux Responds to Licensing Concerns (Sep 23, 2002, 19:00)
    "Developers worry that the Linux company is moving away from the software's traditional openness with its 'closed' test software. But UnitedLinux says it intends to play by the rules..."

  • Linux Magazine: Comparing Databases (Sep 23, 2002, 08:30)
    "In most cases, you don't need to 'roll your own' persistent storage engine. Instead, you can pick from a number of different databases that are out there, some of which may already be installed on your Linux system..."

  • Zill.Net: SpamAssassin Speedup (Sep 23, 2002, 05:30)
    A few tips and tricks for working with SpanAssassin

  • ZDNet UK: Open Source, Shared Source or Secret Sauce? (Sep 23, 2002, 02:30)
    "In the end, the open-source community will thank Microsoft for pushing the debate on. Let's face it, the polarisation of the debate can get pretty sterile--it's all too easy to apply the usual clichés of Open-Source-Good and Microsoft-Evil..."