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Infrastructure Linux News for Oct 20, 2003

  • WorldNetDaily: Breaking Up with Bill (Oct 20, 2003, 22:00)
    "...I've obediently upgraded Windows in step with the masses, from 3.11 to 95, 98 and finally, 2000. But no more..."

  • OSNews: Sun Solaris Vs Linux: The x86 Smack-down (Oct 20, 2003, 21:00)
    "Sun's new story is that Solaris x86 is a better, safer, and more stable alternative to Linux. Sun has even gone so far as to offer a a couple of top-of-the-line Intel-based x86 systems in single and dual processor configurations..."

  • Groklaw: SCO Asks the Red Hat Judge Not to Give Them Their Day in Court (Oct 20, 2003, 16:00)
    "I said I'd dissect SCO's Reply Brief in Support of Its Motion to Dismiss, so, picking up my probe and scalpel with gusto, here goes..."

  • NewsFactor: Mozilla 1.5--Not Just for Geeks Anymore (Oct 20, 2003, 13:00)
    "Also upgraded is Mozilla Firebird, now in version 7.0 [sic]. A lightweight browser that has not changed much from its earlier incarnation as Netscape 4.0, Firebird probably will be the future model for end-users, says the Mozilla Foundations's Chris Blizzard..."

  • The New Zealand Herald: MP Tanzcos Almost a Geek (Oct 20, 2003, 08:30)
    "Tanzcos says Mandrake is good to use, even if it does mimic the look of Microsoft's Windows, and would like the Government to ditch its use of Microsoft systems and move to Linux..."