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Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 20, 2003

  • The Register: Lindows CEO attacks Intel's Centrino Linux Lockout (2003-03-20 22:00:10)
    "Intel is going through a major internal struggle over desktop Linux, and the pro-Microsoft marketing droids are currently winning, according to Lindows.com CEO Michael Robertson..."

  • Two on McNealy's Trip to India (2003-03-20 16:00:59)
    Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy is taking his own trip to India and is using the opportunity to lash out at Microsoft and make some multi-million dollar chartible contributions on behalf of Sun.

  • Linux Journal: Exchange Functionality for Linux (2003-03-20 13:00:51)
    "This current review shows a year's time was enough for Linux solutions to arise that can compete with Microsoft Exchange and Outlook and offer a lower price, with all the important features included..."

  • Internet Week: Windows' Biggest Enemy Is NT, Not Linux (2003-03-20 11:00:35)
    "While it is conventional wisdom that Linux is its biggest competitor, my thought is that Linux will have to take a back seat to the real challenge: Getting people to convert from NT..."

  • UNIX Review: Review: Improving the Windows Experience with Cygwin (2003-03-20 04:00:05)
    "Long-time Unix and Linux users realize that sometimes nothing beats the power of the shell, not to mention the bevy of tools that the *nix environment provides. This is where Cygwin shows its power..."

  • IDG: Lindows.com Adds Option to Software Store (2003-03-20 02:00:23)
    "Lindows.com Inc. now gives users of its Linux-based PC operating system the option to buy individual software programs from its download warehouse without having to pay an annual access fee..."