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Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 16, 2003

  • LinuxPlanet: A New Day, a New Certification: Red Hat Certified Technician (2003-01-16 21:00:35)
    "Need to pickup a certification for Linux, but don't want to run the LPI or RHCE marathons? Red Hat's latest cert, the Red Hat Certified Technician, is part of a new 'journeyman' approach by the North Carolina software company to get needed technicians into the workplace..."

  • Microsoft Watch: Microsofties Don Their LinuxWorld Expo Flack Jackets (2003-01-16 20:00:49)
    "Like Microsoft did at the August LinuxWorld show, Houston says, the company will highlight four Microsoft technologies that it believes developers will find of interest..."

  • OfB.biz: Desktop Dreams in the Wake of MandrakeSoft's Bankruptcy (2003-01-16 17:30:59)
    "Linux's dreams for the desktop died today with Mandrake's bankruptcy filling. Yes, it was a worthy cause, and we fought hard, but now it is time to admit it--it is over. No more. Finished. Done. Kaput. GNU/Linux's true place is on the server, and its time for everyone to recognize that. Is everyone with me...?"

  • DesktopLinux.com: A Senior Citizen's Introduction To Linux (2003-01-16 13:00:38)
    "Terry Hatfield introduced Linux to a Senior Citizen in response to her ongoing Windows system woes. Hatfield proves that Linux can be used successfully by anyone wanting to perform simple tasks--in this case browsing the Internet, using email, and playing solitaire. After a one month trial, Hatfield asked the elderly woman if she wanted Linux removed from her system, and she affirmed that her new OS of choice was Linux..."

  • It World Canada: Sun, Beonix Open Linux Facility (2003-01-16 01:00:00)
    "Touted as one of the first such facilities in Canada, Sun Microsystems of Canada Inc. and Belleville, Ont.'s Beonix Technology announced Friday the opening of the Sun Linux Competency Centre..."