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Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 07, 2003

  • developerWorks: Knoppix Gives Bootable, One-Disk Linux (2003-02-07 22:00:55)
    "If you've ever needed a functional Linux setup that is portable and runs the same way on any hardware, read on. Knoppix packages a specialized and highly useful Linux distribution on a single, bootable CD-ROM..."

  • Greensboro News & Record: Red Hat to Train Students in Linux Operating System (2003-02-07 19:00:54)
    A follow-up piece to the Red Hat Academy program announced earlier this week that features a school system's reaction to joining the program: "Guilford County Schools has formed a first-of-its-kind partnership with Red Hat to train students to use the company's computer operating system..."

  • Two on Vector Linux 3.2 Release (2003-02-07 17:30:58)
    "Vector Linux has released version 3.2 of their Linux distribution. This release marks the complete conversion to a Slackware-based system and is mostly LSB compliant..." Press release, link to MadPenguin.org's mini-review within.

  • NewsForge: SPI Working on Elections, Welcoming Perens Back to the Fold (2003-02-07 11:30:22)
    "Software in the Public Interest (SPI), the entity that owns the Debian trademark, is holding elections and working to generate enough interest in said elections to actually elect some new board members..."

  • InfoWorld: Mandrake's Woes Aren't Users' Woes (2003-02-07 10:00:50)
    "Here's today's quiz: You have just installed Mandrake Linux on your desktop systems when you hear the news: 'MandrakeSoft is going through the French equivalent of Chapter 11 bankruptcy.' What should you do...?"