Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 13, 2003
FindLaw: This Penguin May Bite (2003-11-13 23:30:39)
If anything, a good roundup article of the SCO Story Thus Far:
"So is Linux (whose mascot is a penguin) now an endangered species?
I don't think so. IBM and a leading Linux company named Red Hat are
fighting back with lawsuits of their own..."
Forbes: SCO Targets Torvalds, Stallman (2003-11-13 21:45:24)
You know how SCO always seems to give their juicy stuff to
Daniel Lyons at Forbes? Well, now even he's starting to
wonder that the SCO management is up to. A bit of a recap of
today's events, but an interesting spin from Mr. Lyons.
LinuxDevices: New Zaurus Ships Nov. 27 for Japanese Market (2003-11-13 15:00:54)
"The SL-C860 appears to be a more powerful and feature-rich
version of the much-reviewed SL-C760..."
ZDNet: SCO, IBM Battle Heats Up (2003-11-13 13:00:59)
SCO has now served subpoenas of its own to "Novell; Linus
Torvalds, creator of the Linux kernel; Richard Stallman of the Free
Software Foundation; Stewart Cohen, chief executive of the Open
Source Development Labs; and John Horsley, general counsel of
Linux Journal: Fedora at a Glance (2003-11-13 13:00:58)
"Given Red Hat's recent announcement that Red Hat Linux and
Fedora Linux an merging into the Fedora Project, I thought I would
see what Fedora was like..."
Puschitz.com: Installing Oracle 9i Real Application Cluster (RAC) on Red Hat Advanced Server 2 (2003-11-13 11:30:41)
"The following procedure is a step-by-step guide (Cookbook) with
tips and information for installing Oracle 9i Real Application
Cluster (RAC) on Red Hat Linux Advanced Server 2.1..."
News.com.au: Open Source Group Wins Grant (2003-11-13 10:00:42)
"The Victorian Government has given Open Source Victoria a
$50,000 grant to advance the cause of open source software..."
PR: Terra Soft Asserts Commitment to the Apple G5 Platform (2003-11-13 08:30:25)
"Terra Soft Solutions, Inc., leading developer of integrated
PowerPC Linux solutions, today announced preliminary support for
Apple's Power Mac G5..."
Tux Reports: VectorLinux 4.0 Download Edition [Review] (2003-11-13 04:00:00)
This review gives a look at some of the power under the hood of
VectorLinux, a small-sized distribution based on Slackware.
OSNews: From Linux to FreeBSD: A FreeBSD Review (2003-11-13 02:00:11)
"We've all heard the age old argument second only to the vi vs.
emacs religious wars: FreeBSD Vs Linux. As a long time linux user,
I decided that is was time I spent some time on the other side of
the fence to see if it was any greener..."
LinuxInsider: Lindows.com President Kevin Carmony to LinuxInsider: 'Now It's About Marketing' (2003-11-13 00:00:37)
Desktop Linux Conference: "'I'd say [Linux is]
ready for many desktop users,' Lindows.com president Kevin Carmony
told LinuxInsider. 'For those who need 'basic computing'--Web
browsing, e-mail, instant messaging, word processing, spreadsheets
and so on--it's a better experience than XP...'"