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Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 21, 2005

  • iTnews: KDE Talks Up v3.4 of Linux Desktop (2005-03-21 22:45:15)
    "The KDE Foundation last week rolled out the newest version of its open source desktop environment, KDE 3.4, with improvements in disabled accessibility top on the list..."

  • LinuxPlanet: Howto Configure Multiple Network Profiles on Linux (2005-03-21 21:15:15)
    "Mobile Linux users face some interesting (OK, vexing) challenges when they want to plug into different networks. Any Linux system will easily support all manner of networking profiles--dialup, ISDN, Ethernet, wireless--the tricky bit is configuration..."

  • Computerworld NZ: Sun Loses Open Source Diva to Intel (2005-03-21 20:30:09)
    "Sun's open source diva has left the building..." Also includes a link to a Mad Penguin interview.

  • Sydney Morning Herald: Red Hat Says Drop in Active Sites of No Concern (2005-03-21 19:45:06)
    "Figures showing that the number of Red Hat servers on the web is falling while the number of servers running the company's community Linux distribution, Fedora, is increasing, are not of particular concern, a company official in Australia says..."

  • internetnews.com: SCO Meets With NASDAQ Board (2005-03-21 14:30:06)
    "Officials from beleaguered Unix software developer SCO Group met with NASDAQ officials Thursday over the fate of its publicly trade stock..."

  • ZDNet UK: Yahoo Not Supporting Firefox After All (2005-03-21 13:00:30)
    "Yahoo said on Friday afternoon that a statement from the company's Australian office on Tuesday, which claimed that all future products would be compatible with both the Firefox and Internet Explorer (IE) browsers, was inaccurate..."