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Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 12, 2004

  • Editor's Note: Desktop, Schmesktop (2004-03-12 23:30:59)
    Will Linux succeed on the home PC platform? Perhaps not, because soon this platform may not even matter.

  • Voilà! Two Mandrake Linux 10 Reviews (2004-03-12 20:00:12)
    OSNews and Mad Penguin each review the latest edition of Mandrake Linux.

  • NewsForge: How Microsoft Initiated $50 Million SCO Deal (2004-03-12 15:00:01)
    Mostly a roundup of recent SCO events, with a little more information about S2 and the Royal Bank of Canada: "When asked Thursday if Microsoft or any of its divisions had any input into the Royal Bank of Canada portion of the PIPE deal, Microsoft spokesman Martin told NewsForge that 'Microsoft had no involvement in that matter...'"

  • Linux Journal: VLANs on Linux (2004-03-12 13:00:54)
    "An introduction to VLANs and VLAN trunking, how Linux interacts with VLANs and how you might use them in networks..."

  • NewsForge: Watch TV on Your Linux Computer (2004-03-12 10:00:06)
    "Wouldn't it be nice to sit at your Linux machine and have a crisp little color TV screen right there in one of your desktop windows...?"

  • Linux Orbit: Unreal Tournament 2004 Demo for Linux Review (2004-03-12 08:30:57)
    "I've been playing the UT2004 demo for a week now, and as being someone who wasn't thrilled with UT2003, I can say that Linux users should be thrilled to have UT2004 coming to their favorite operating system..."

  • KDE France: Highest Internet Access Center in Europe uses KDE (2004-03-12 04:00:59)
    "An intrepid KDE fellow did not hesitate to venture in the bare landscape of ice, snow and rocks of the French Alps to report on the highest Public Internet Access Centre..."