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Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 14, 2003

  • Editor's Note: Forcing a Choice (2003-11-14 23:30:59)
    The decision to drop the Red Hat consumer line may have made good business sense, but it leaves some of us looking around for a new distro to use, even if it's Fedora

  • OSNews: First Look at TurboLinux 10D (2003-11-14 22:00:09)
    "Remember Turbolinux? Less than 5 years ago, it was a fixture in the forefront of the Linux landscape along with Red Hat, SuSE, Mandrake, Debian, and the now defunct Storm Linux. Later this week, Turbolinux will release their new desktop distribution, dubbed '10D...'"

  • The Register: Sun's Linux Desktop Off to Flying Start (2003-11-14 19:00:33)
    "'I am very confident that in a short period of time the doubters will shut up,' said Jonathan Schwartz, the head of Sun's software business..."

  • InfoWorld: Analysts Puzzled Over SCO, IBM Subpoenas (2003-11-14 15:00:04)
    "Industry analysts were left scratching their heads this week as they tried to understand the reasoning behind 10 subpoenas sent out by IBM Corp. and The SCO Group Inc. recently as part of their ongoing legal dispute..."

  • osViews: Q&A: Microsoft Corp. v. Lindows.com Inc. (2003-11-14 10:00:49)
    "Those wondering about the pending legal dispute between Michael Robertson's Lindows.com and Microsoft over the trademark dispute regarding whether or not 'Windows' is in fact a generic name, finally have some answers..."

  • Linux Journal: Managing User Accounts in Lindows (2003-11-14 08:30:02)
    "Although Lindows doesn't require user accounts, it's a good idea to create them anyway--here's why and how to do it..."

  • OSNews: More on Xandros Desktop 2.0 (2003-11-14 04:00:19)
    "David Finkelstein, VP of Sales & Marketing of Xandros, was very kind answering some of our questions about their upcoming product, Xandros Desktop 2.0..."

  • OSNews: Fedora Core 1 is a Mild Disappointment (2003-11-14 01:00:19)
    "Red Hat is a market leader and following the market leader assures the least trouble for most users. But is this the case with Fedora Core...?"