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Infrastructure Linux News for Aug 21, 2003

  • CNET News: to Sell More Linux Software (Aug 21, 2003, 19:00)
    "NeTraverse said Wednesday that its Win4Lin 5.0 software, which lets users run Microsoft Windows applications on Linux-based PCs, is now available from"

  • Update: The Age: SA Democrats to Tone Down Open Source Bill (Aug 21, 2003, 14:00)
    "Amendments softening open source preference legislation in South Australia are under discussion as the Australian UNIX and Open Systems User Group today joined the chorus of opposition to the proposal..." [Former headline: "AUUG Opposes Open Source Preference Laws". This story was updated after its initial post on the Melborne Age Web site. It now includes more clarifying statements from the AUUG. -ed.]

  • DistroWatch: Damn Small Linux: Damn Fine Distro (Aug 21, 2003, 08:30)
    "Damn Small Linux (or DSL for short) is a knoppix-based live CD distro. I know, I know; line starts to the left. But unlike most live CD distros, this one is made for those tiny business card CDs..."

  • developerWorks: Securing Transmissions, Part 2 (Aug 21, 2003, 07:00)
    "No matter what protocol or architecture you're using to broadcast data through the air, encryption can make that data safer. In this article, we'll examine some places where encryption can help secure wireless applications and networks, with a particular focus on WAP and P2P architectures..."

  • SearchEnterpriseLinux: E-mail Dos & Don'ts: Implementing SMTP Gateways (Aug 21, 2003, 02:30)
    "And now with the growing crush of spam showing no signs of abating, SMTP gateways are asked to be secure, as well as perform a host of other functions beyond basic 'store-and-forward' mail relaying..."