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Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 15, 2003

  • OfB.biz: MandrakeSoft Declares Bankruptcy (2003-01-15 19:45:15)
    Breaking News: "MandrakeSoft, the developer of the popular Mandrake Linux distribution, declared bankruptcy in France today..."

  • ZDNet Australia: SCO Fees May Hit Some Linux Users (2003-01-15 19:00:02)
    "SCO Group, the struggling company that holds the copyright to the Unix operating system, plans to boost its revenue by charging fees to some customers who have moved from its products to Linux..."

  • Two on MandrakeSoft's Financial Woes (2003-01-15 16:00:08)
    An article out of The Register reveals that MandrakeSoft may be mulling over a Chapter 11-style bankruptcy plan. Another article from NewsForge has statements from MandrakeSoft officials denying this and hinting at future plans for the company's financial well-being. Links within.

  • Mandrake Linux Advisories: openldap, leafnode (2003-01-15 14:04:17)
    Two security advisories from MandrakeSoft.

  • Linux Journal: Efficiently Updating Web Sites on Clusters (2003-01-15 13:00:34)
    "Using the page-flipping technique as inspiration for solving the problem of updating a web site on a cluster..."

  • eWeek: Open Source Provides Viable CMS Options (2003-01-15 11:30:25)
    "Open-source CMSes (content management systems)--such as PHP-Nuke, eZ Publish and Bricolage--provide a compelling third option, one that can be flexible and relatively inexpensive without requiring companies to build their own CMS from the ground up..."

  • IBM.com: Linux and the Australian Open (2003-01-15 07:00:07)
    Attention... will the owner of the small, flightless water fowl please return to center court?