Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 17, 2003
SearchEnterpriseLinux: Experts Say a Little Linux Learning is Enough for Windows Shops (2003-06-17 19:00:49)
"Of course, Linuxphiles believe that Windows administrators need
to learn about Linux. But do Windows experts think that's a lot of
Byte: SCO Owns Your Computer (2003-06-17 14:30:42)
"Fittingly, it was Friday the 13th. A sunny San Francisco
morning. But my discussion with Chris Sontag, SCO's Senior Vice
President, Operating Systems Division, was driving the sunshine
from our room, creating an atmosphere appropriate for the
CNET News: SCO Suit Now Seeks $3 Billion from IBM (2003-06-17 13:00:00)
"SCO Group has upped the ante in an amendment to its suit
against IBM, seeking more than $3 billion in damages for alleged
copying of proprietary Unix intellectual property into
MadPenguin: Mozilla on Speed: Firebird 0.6 (2003-06-17 10:00:36)
"What is Firebird? It is the next generation of the Phoenix
project. Or should I say Phoenix to the second power..."
InformationWeek: Microsoft Coy About Unix Code (2003-06-17 08:30:55)
"If Windows acts more like Unix, and Linux is a variant of Unix,
is Windows about to become Linux...?"
JaLUG: Open Source Conference 2003 a Success (2003-06-17 07:00:18)
"The just concluded Open Source and Linux conference put on by
the Jamaica Linux Users' Group at the PCJ's auditorium was by all
indications a success..."
dot.KDE: A User's Perspective on JuK (2003-06-17 04:00:30)
"In this entertaining review, Savanna takes us through her
discovery of JuK, a new pearl in the treasure trove of KDE
LinuxDevices.com: Linux Enables First Robot-to-Robot Email (2003-06-17 02:30:01)
"It all began when software engineer Dennis Koch, sitting with a
wireless laptop in a restaurant located in part of the building
occupied by Smart Robots, maker of the Smart Robots SR4 Autonomous
Mobile Robot, fired off an email to Smart4, one of two wireless SR5
robots in the test..." [And the Subject line read: "Warning!
Sydney Morning Herald: South Australia Urged to Drop Bill on Open Source Software (2003-06-17 00:00:55)
"The state of South Australia has caused eyebrows at the
Initiative for Software Choice (ISC) to be raised in concern, with
the organisation writing to Premier Mike Rann over a proposed Open
Source software bill..."