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Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 18, 2003

  • BargainPDA: Sharp Zaurus SL-5600 Review (2003-04-18 20:30:33)
    "Sharp calls these devices Personal Mobile Tools, and if it were up to me I'd call the Zaurus, say, an 'Ultra-Light Computer,' but I'll use the term PDA here..."

  • The Oregonian: Stiff Opposition Derails Open-Source Measure (2003-04-18 17:30:17)
    "The software industry is slamming the door on a push for Oregon government agencies to use open-source software--computer programs that don't carry recurring fees or usage restrictions..." [Story repaired. -ed.]

  • OSNews: Why Linux Still Gives Me Grief (2003-04-18 11:30:58)
    "Since then I have been trying, really really trying to get my system working fully. But time and again I'm coming up against the same brick wall of (un)usability, computer esotericism and down right idiocy..."

  • osOpinion: Tech Solutions in Search of a Problem (2003-04-18 10:00:25)
    "At best, the Linux antivirus hawkers are jumping the gun--trying to capture a market that isn't quite there yet. At worst, they're advancing a cynical ploy to separate Linux newbies from their cash for something they couldn't possibly need..."

  • Community: Upcoming Events (2003-04-18 07:00:45)
    Open Source in the Enterprise Conference, May 7, 2003 - London, UK;