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Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 28, 2003

  • Tonight Live: Son of "Hack Our Guest" the Next Generation (2003-01-28 22:00:00)
    "In particular, Red Hat & the EOL (End of Life) for their currently supported products, does anyone find this a tad annoying? PLUS: WorkSpot's Cute VNC application, More on the HP religious conversion..."

  • MandrakeSoft Bankruptcy Plan Gets Court Approval (2003-01-28 14:30:00)
    A small but meaningful step in the bankruptcy lawsuit of MandrakeSoft passed yesterday when the French courts approved the company's fiscal plan to return to normal operations.

  • The Register: Red Hat Intros 12 Month Only Support on 'Consumer' OSes (2003-01-28 03:00:37)
    "However, if Linux is being used in a commercial environment then IT managers are not going to be particularly enthusiastic about even the possibility of having to upgrade to a new version every 12 months. Red Hat's current death list EOLs RH 7.1-8.0 at the end of this year..."

  • CNET News: Commentary: The Way of Linux (2003-01-28 01:00:56)
    "In 2003, Linux and open source will go mainstream as cost-sensitive IT executives discover the compelling economics of Linux on Intel processors. Smart CIOs will set aside the religious wars to see the truth: Open source is good enough for many data center tasks..."

  • Mandrake Linux Advisories: msec, fetchmail (2003-01-28 00:58:07)
    Two security advisories from MandrakeSoft.

  • Reuters: Sun in Good Shape for 2003, CEO Says (2003-01-28 00:00:25)
    "But the Sun chief disagrees. "It's conventional wisdom, which isn't actual wisdom, that the high end gets clobbered and business is going to Intel, Microsoft and Linux. It's just not the case," [McNealy] said..."