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Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 21, 2005

  • The First Effects of SCO's Discovery (2005-01-21 20:30:57)
    SCO gets more discovery of IBM's code. What does that mean? Analysis provided by eWeek and some immediate results reported by TheStreet.com within.

  • The Register: IBM Goes After Intel, AMD with Linux-Only Server (2005-01-21 19:45:03)
    "IBM looks set to make a new, lower-end addition to its line of Power-based servers designed to run the Linux operating system, The Register can reveal..."

  • Tuxme: Ubuntu Applications--Part II (2005-01-21 12:15:56)
    "In part 2 of my Ubuntu article series I discuss some of the more common and very useful (to me at least) apps and how to install them..."

  • BargainPDA: Review of Sharp Zaurus SL-C3000 from Dynamism (2005-01-21 10:00:31)
    "It has a 640 by 480 pixel screen and is physically quite similar to the previous Zaurus clamshell models, the main difference being that it has a 4 GB hard drive built in..."

  • Linux Times: Yoper: A Next-Generation OS? (2005-01-21 08:30:38)
    "Yoper Operating System (YOS), or Yoper GNU/Linux if you prefer, was an eye-opener even for someone who has used over fifty GNU/Linux distributions..."

  • SitePoint: Some Favorite Open Source Utilities (2005-01-21 07:00:11)
    "I was inspired by Rui at the Tao of Mac and his open source watch list to think about some of the open source utilities I cannot live without..."

  • Yock.name: The Anti-Linux (2005-01-21 04:00:51)
    "It is nothing strange to see Linux users bashing Microsoft for Window's plague of problems. I have, however, discovered a new culture of Windows user which I call The Anti-Linux..."

  • AlterNet: The Rise of Open-Source Politics (2005-01-21 03:15:58)
    "Thanks to web-savvy agitators, insiderism and elitism are under heavy attack. The era of top-down politics is over..." A tangential look at the concept of open source in the arena of politics.

  • eWeek: SCO's Short-Term Win Won't Salvage Its Future (2005-01-21 02:30:59)
    "If SCO truly felt it had a winning case against IBM, it wouldn't make sense to delay as its once-successful business crumbles..."