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Infrastructure Linux News for Oct 30, 2002

  • AMD Preps for Hammer, Opens Developer Center (Oct 30, 2002, 22:00)
    "AMD said the fact that it is making SuSE's x86-64 Linux distribution available now is no coincidence. The company said the beta release was expected to coincide with the first shipments of AMD Athlon processors based on Hammer technology..."

  • Getting Linux Out of the Box (Oct 30, 2002, 20:00)
    "Transmeta and... MontaVista Software Tuesday struck a deal to develop Transmeta's family of Crusoe microprocessors for MontaVista Linux software with the intent of putting them into portable audio, multimedia and personal entertainment devices..."

  • OSNews: The Very Verbose Debian 3.0 Installation Walkthrough (Oct 30, 2002, 07:00)
    "Some people complain about the Debian installer not being easy, user friendly, graphical, and so on. This tutorial does not attempt to debate those views, but rather attempts to walk people new to Debian through the installation process; a hand-holding into the world of Debian if you will..."

  • The Register: Trustix Clinches China Secure Linux Deal (Oct 30, 2002, 03:00)
    "Trustix... has scored something of a coup with this deal with Langchau, which is the largest native server manufacturer in China with a 15% share of the market behind only US giants IBM Corp and Hewlett-Packard Co..."