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Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 22, 2003

  • Applied Data Systems Enables Linux Tablet-Video Cam Link (2003-01-22 17:30:00)
    LinuxWorld Expo: "At LinuxWorld this week, showgoers will get a gander at a tablet-sized device, linked through the USB port to a tiny NTSC video camera. The Linux-capable PDA will use Bitsy-X, one of two new boards to be launched at the conference by Applied Data Systems..."

  • SCO Explores IP and Preps SCOoffice Server (2003-01-22 16:00:40)
    Two stories covering different aspects of SCO today. First, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that SCO is indeed exploring their intellectual property rights, with attorney David Boies leading the way. Second, iTnews has a story covering SCO's product announcements from LinuxWorld Expo.

  • developerWorks: Developing cfperl, From the Beginning (2003-01-22 05:30:26)
    "Perl expert Ted Zlatanov embarks on a new coding project to create cfperl, a cfengine interpreter written in Perl. Starting where any well-developed project should -- at the beginning--Ted investigates licensing options and version control, sets up a schedule for completing the work, and does a little research to make sure he's not copying anyone..."

  • Wired: The Net Effect of Linux's World (2003-01-22 03:00:49)
    LinuxWorld Expo: "Soon the streets will be filled with people sporting penguin-themed T-shirts, and the news will be filled with stories touting the spunky little upstart operating system that burst onto the scene from out of nowhere and changed everything..."

  • East Bay Business Times: Linux Makes New PC Waves, and Profits (2003-01-22 01:00:59)
    "Mike Kelly, CEO of Emeryville research firm Techtel Corp., got a surprise this month when he re-examined corporate attitudes toward the Linux operating system..."