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Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 14, 2003

  • DesktopLinux.com: The State of Linux in Maine (2003-04-14 23:30:19)
    "David Trask tells DesktopLinux.com that Maine is not the technological backwater state that many might perceive. And Trask, an open source advocate and the Technology Teacher/Coordinator for the Vassalboro Community School should know--he is leading the charge to bring Linux into Maine's classrooms..."

  • NewsFactor: Who's the JBoss? (2003-04-14 20:30:16)
    "The one sour note in the JBoss story is the unpleasantness between the JBoss Group and Sun Microsystems. While JBoss seems to be J2EE-compliant, that is not official. The JBoss project has not been certified officially through the Java Community Process..."

  • ExtremeTech: Save Money with a Linux Media Jukebox (2003-04-14 13:00:27)
    "Between its versatility, power and always-improving driver support, it's now possible to put together a Linux-based home server in a small-footprint case that can store and display your digital photos, rip and then serve up audio, play MPEG videos (and DVDs), and even act as a TV/TiVo..."

  • Linux.ie/FRLinux.net: Installing a Creative Zen USB on Linux (2003-04-14 09:00:57)
    "Even though most of the people don't know about it, there is a project on Linux which allows you to connect your Zen mp3 player on Linux..."