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Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 24, 2003

  • DistroWatch: Mandrake Linux 9.1--A GNU/Linux Distribution in the Making [Part II] (2003-01-24 23:30:30)
    "In the first part of this series, Andrew D. Balsa looked at Mandrake Linux 9.1 and its initial beta release. Despite quite a few critical bugs, he was impressed with the progress and most charmed by the new KDE 3.1. When Mandrake released the second beta, he rushed to do another installation and these are his experiences..."

  • Wired: It's a Cold, Cold LinuxWorld (2003-01-24 19:00:14)
    "The stuffed plush Tux toys on display at some booths are one of the few warm remnants of the 'old' LinuxWorld expo, a place where geeks met to kick back and talk about code, sci-fi shows, caffeinated beverages, booth babes and code..."

  • Personal Computer World: Larry Sees the Linux Light (2003-01-24 02:30:18)
    "One year ago [Ellison] told delegates at the AppsWorld 2002 conference in Amsterdam that he did not believe Linux was ready for mission-critical IT systems..."

  • Australian IT: Torvalds a Coup for Linux Locals (2003-01-24 01:00:28)
    Linux.conf.au: "A penguin-suited Linus Torvalds has shirked the huge commercial machinations of New York's LinuxWorld to attend the smaller and altogether friendlier linux.conf.au in Perth..."