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Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 25, 2005

  • Editor's Note: Shaping the Debate (2005-02-25 23:30:13)
    "Linux is about TCO, ease of migration, and intellectual property." Oh, really? Is that us talking or it that the proprietary vendors' spin?

  • p2pnet.net: IE7 versus Firefox (2005-02-25 22:00:44)
    "In fact, the debate is still raging, so in the interest of fairness, we picked one user's argument to represent the other side of the story. Here, verdyp defends Firefox...'"

  • CNN: Taking Technology to the People (2005-02-25 20:30:28)
    "One of the world's leading technology companies is providing the resources and expertise to help forge economic and social development in a region of South Africa..."

  • Update: The Salt Lake Tribune: SCO Can File Delisting Appeal (2005-02-25 19:45:04)
    "SCO Group shares teeter on the brink of delisting by the Nasdaq Stock Market today, given the company's failure to file its long-overdue fiscal 2004 report with federal regulators Thursday..." [The company has filed their 8-K and has gotten their appeal. Additional article, links within. -ed.]

  • ARNnet: Avnet Signs On for Novell Linux (2005-02-25 11:30:28)
    "In a bid to extend Linux enterprise offerings into the mid-market, Novell has inked a distribution deal with Avnet and hatched an authorised testing and certification centre with the value-added distributor..."

  • The Linux Beacon: Everybody Loves Xen (2005-02-25 10:00:37)
    "The Xen open source virtual machine partitioning project is picking up momentum since acquiring the backing of venture capitalists at the end of 2004..."

  • MozillaQuest: KMail--One of the Best E-Mail Clients (2005-02-25 08:30:20)
    "Just about everyone with an Internet connection or on a computer network likely uses e-mail. And e-mail is one of the most useful and most used Internet services..."

  • NewsForge: Basic Button-Pushing with OpenOffice.org Macros (2005-02-25 07:00:35)
    "OpenOffice.org is gaining popularity in the corporate mainstream, yet one of its most powerful features, macros, can be pretty intimidating to new users..."

  • Linux.com: File Managers For Linux (2005-02-25 05:30:32)
    "I don't always admit it, but I once ran Windows' filer.exe file manager under Wine, back when Linux was less well-stocked, before the likes of Nautilus and Konqueror, and I liked the way it worked..."