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Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 28, 2003

  • Computerworld: SCO's Shell Game (2003-07-28 21:00:59)
    "Trying to make sense of The SCO Group's threat last week to sue any Linux user who doesn't buy a Unix license? Forget the threat. Instead, look at the announcement SCO made the following day..."

  • LinuxPR: Xandros Releases Xandros Desktop 1.1 (2003-07-28 19:30:54)
    "Xandros, Inc. has released a 1.1 edition of Xandros Desktop Deluxe..." Press release excerpt within.

  • Datamonitor: SCO: Facing a Challenge (2003-07-28 16:00:24)
    "However, rather than buying into SCO's new Linux licensing scheme, many Linux users--especially those who are big name vendors--are likely to challenge these copyright infringement claims in court..." [Link repaired. -ed.]

  • CNET News: Analysts Mixed About SCO Actions (2003-07-28 15:00:53)
    'SCO appears to be attempting to extort funds from the Linux market without substantiating its claims in ways that allow users to respond....'"

  • ZDNet: Linux Wars: Big Blue Strikes Back (2003-07-28 14:00:40)
    "IBM has launched a counterstrike against SCO Group's attack on Linux users, arguing that SCO's demands for Unix license payments are undermined by its earlier shipment of an open-source Linux product.

  • CNET News: Asian Linux: Some Keen, Others Cool (2003-07-28 13:00:19)
    "Asia could leapfrog Western countries in the development of Linux-based applications, but some governments are not latching on to this opportunity, says a senior IBM executive..."

  • Hindustan Times: MP Brings Computer-Enabled Education to Rural Schools (2003-07-28 10:00:49)
    "'In the second phase we have used open source technology in which the main programme coding is available to all for modification, customisation and improvement. We are optimistic about its success too...'"

  • SearchEnterpriseLinux: Linux Routers, Part 3 (2003-07-28 07:00:34)
    "In this, the final installment of a three-part series of interviews with Mancill, [author Tony Mancill] describes the well-tailored Linux network..."