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Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 24, 2004

  • Motley Fool: Microsoft Does Lindows? (2004-02-24 19:00:26)
    "When Michael Robertson wanted to create an operating system that merged the best of open source Linux with the popularity of Microsoft Windows, the name Lindows seemed a natural--but was it legal...?"

  • Linux Journal: The Invisible Demo (2004-02-24 13:00:55)
    "What really blew my mind was what nobody could see and nobody was showing off--Linux seemed to run under almost everything downstairs in the demo pavilion..."

  • Linux.com: CLI for Noobies: import, display, mogrify (2004-02-24 05:30:50)
    "You might think that working on the command line means you are sentenced to a desktop without graphics or digital images. But that's wrong thinking..."

  • iTweb: MS Defends African Government Deals (2004-02-24 03:15:12)
    "Conceding that open source software has a role to play, Microsoft has defended its deals with African governments, following a strongly-worded warning by the Free Software and Open Source Foundation for Africa (Fossfa)..."

  • ConsultingTimes: OpenOffice.org 1.1 Has Split Downloads now for Thin Pipes (2004-02-24 01:00:33)
    "Users scattered far afield have sometimes reported finding the file size of OpenOffice.org 1.1 hard to swallow, especially over Dial-Up connection..."