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Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 16, 2003

  • Australian IT: Rann's Man Slams Open Source (2003-07-16 20:30:49)
    "Mike Rann's South Australian Government has moved to demonstrate there is little chance of it mandating open source software in state departments..."

  • eWeek: Sleepycat Boosts Database (2003-07-16 10:00:38)
    "Sleepycat Software Inc. last week tossed its open-source database into the XML ring with the release of code for Berkeley DB XML..."

  • developerWorks: Connect Securely With ssh (2003-07-16 08:30:09)
    "Now you're offsite--maybe demonstrating a product or thrashing out requirements with a new client or finishing up a conference that made it into your training budget. You need to tweak something back at the shop. How do you do it...?"

  • Linux Journal: Encrypted Tunnels with FreeS/WAN's x509 Patch (2003-07-16 07:00:38)
    "Many types of tunnels can be used and VPNs can be put together in many ways, but the IPsec implementation of Linux (FreeS/WAN) is by far the most secure and compatible way to do it..."

  • Raleigh News & Observer: Lawsuit Casts Cloud Over Red Hat (2003-07-16 04:00:15)
    "Last week, in a document filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Red Hat listed the SCO claim as a risk factor for its business..."

  • CNET News: The Politics of Open-Source Software (2003-07-16 02:30:22)
    The [Initiative for Software Choice] is by far the most vocal opponent of a growing trend: Legislation that, if enacted, would all but prohibit government agencies from purchasing proprietary software for their own use.