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Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 30, 2003

  • Big Apple Considers Taking Bite from Open Source (2003-04-30 20:30:49)
    While Oregon, Texas, and Oklahoma hash out their policies on open-source software procurement, the City of New York is quietly progressing on its own fact-finding mission on the advantages and disadvantages of open source.

  • NewsForge: Opera CEO Says Linux is a Big Part of the Company's Future (2003-04-30 19:00:23)
    "Opera Software CEO Jon S. von Tetzchner says the ratio of Windows to Linux Opera downloads is eight to one. This either means Linux is on 12.5% of computer desktops (unlikely) or that Linux users are far more likely than Windows users to download Opera..."

  • Terra Soft Ships Yellow Dog 3.0, Really (2003-04-30 16:00:25)
    In a note sent to current users of Yellow Dog Linux, Terra Soft has announced today the shipment of Yellow Dog Linux 3.0, as opposed to their earlier release announcement on March 19. Announcement within.

  • Linux Orbit: WineX 3.0 with Point2Play Review: No More Wine From the Command Line? (2003-04-30 13:00:38)
    "This time around, Transgaming WineX 3.0 has some new tools as well as improvements in the number of games supported and gaming speeds. In this article, we're going to take a look at the new features of WineX 3.0, with a focus on their new GUI installer called Point2Play..."