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Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 19, 2003

  • ZDNet: Red Hat Upgrade Backs IBM Intel Server (2003-02-19 23:30:33)
    "Leading Linux seller Red Hat quietly released an updated version of its Advanced Server product last week that adds support for IBM's x440 server, an important expansion for both companies..."

  • DistroWatch: A User Review of Debian GNU/Linux (2003-02-19 17:30:58)
    "While most reviews tend to focus on the installation and initial impressions of various distributions, I thought it might be of interest for readers to hear about the past couple of months dabbling in the meta-distribution known as Debian..."

  • OfB.biz: Mandrake Releases First 9.1 Release Candidate (2003-02-19 14:30:12)
    "MandrakeSoft's Mandrake Linux 9.1 made a major step towards release today as the first release candidate started appearing on servers..." Link to short blurb within.

  • Linux Journal: Configuring a Virtual Server Instance for Quick Recovery (2003-02-19 13:00:04)
    "Learning about and using the three disk modes of VMware's GSX server..."

  • Linux Journal: About Fosdem (2003-02-19 09:00:48)
    "Fosdem isn't merely about trying to put as much technical data as possible into your head in one weekend. Above all, the meeting is a social event, in which developers and free software enthusiasts from around the world meet and chat..."

  • LinuxWorld: Making MySQL, ODBC & OpenOffice 1.0 Work Together, Part 2 (2003-02-19 07:00:11)
    "OpenOffice.org is more sophisticated and powerful than I realized. It can be made to work with various database-management systems, and it can do the mailmerge functions required by many SOHO types. Ease-of-use issues need attention..."

  • Linux Journal: Running Linux in a New World (2003-02-19 03:00:11)
    "A classic guide upgrades to stay current and reflect changes without sacrificing its accessibility and mastery..."

  • internetnews.com: PGA on Par to Roll Out TOURCast (2003-02-19 01:00:47)
    "By the time the Nissan Open kicks off on Thursday in Los Angeles, the PGA Tour is hoping that Linux will be able to bring golf fans closer to the action than ever before..."