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Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 21, 2003

  • LinuxWorld: Is SCO Bad Not Just for Linux, But Also for America? (2003-07-21 23:30:00)
    "James Turner, senior editor of LinuxWorld Magazine and author of several books on open source software, thinks it's time to lay the cards on the table. He is, he says, enraged by what he deems to be SCO Group's 'thuggery' this week..."

  • CIO Update: Across the Country, Local Governments Are Giving Linux a Hard Look (2003-07-21 20:30:35)
    "With the budget crunch hitting local governments hard, more and more cities, counties and state agencies are looking at Linux..."

  • internetnews.com: SCO Escalates Linux Battle (2003-07-21 15:36:21)
    Breaking News: "Laying the ground work to take its battle with Linux directly to Linux customers, SCO Group said it has received U.S. copyright registrations for its Unix System V source code; just the firepower it needs to pursue copyright violation suits..."

  • Linux and Main: Red Hat to Abandon Retail Channel (2003-07-21 14:00:41)
    "Red Hat, the leading American distributor of Linux, is abandoning the retail channel, the company is expected to announce Monday..."

  • InfoWorld: SCO Readies New Linux Licensing Program (2003-07-21 14:00:00)
    "The SCO Group is preparing a new Linux licensing program that it claims will allow users of the open-source operating system to run Linux without fear of litigation..."

  • OfB.biz: SuSE 8.2: More Desktop Progress (2003-07-21 13:00:18)
    "Over the next few weeks we will consider Mandrake and Red Hat's latest entries, as well as lesser-known Libranet GNU/Linux. Today, however, we put the microscope on the successor to the spring Penguin Shootout award's winner--SuSE Linux 8.2..."

  • OSNews: Review of SCRIBUS 1.0 (2003-07-21 11:00:43)
    "Scribus is meant to one day replace Adobe InDesign, Quark Express and if it continues on its current path it will meet its goal..."