Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 01, 2005
Phoronix: An Interview with Jeryuan Yan (XGI Technology) (2005-11-08 07:00:52)
"In this interview today, we focused primarily upon XGI's latest
Linux driver advancements since our last interview with
Editor's Note: Microsoft Support? Ha! Better Use Linux Instead (2005-07-01 23:30:11)
A week of tech issues leaves your editor frazzled, more
skeptical of proprietary software claims than ever, but still able
to ponder one good prognostication about The SCO Group.
Computer Business Review: HP Brags About Linux Server Shipments (2005-07-01 19:00:19)
"...Hewlett-Packard Co is crowing like a chanticleer that it has
shipped its 1 millionth Linux-based server since entering the Linux
server racket in 1998..."
Phoronix: An Interview with Jeryuan Yan (XGI Technology) (2005-07-01 13:00:12)
"Currently XGI is widely criticized when it comes down to the
driver quality, with both the Linux and Windows versions, when
compared against your competitor's drivers..."
Guru Labs: Using Linux and Bluetooth DUN on the Treo 650 (2005-07-01 11:30:59)
"Being Palm OS based, the Treo line has had good Linux support
with the various utilities, application integration and even
SearchEnterpriseLinux: Screen: The Terminal Baby-Sitter in the Sysadmin's Toolbox (2005-07-01 10:00:33)
"One of the things I find rewarding about administering Linux
and Unix systems is that there are so many tools out there to help
you get your job done..."
Enterprise Networking Planet: Pulling The Covers Off Linux PAM (Part 2) (2005-07-01 07:00:14)
"Today we'll look at Linux distribution differences, dig into
the module types, what order to put things in, and what the
different options mean..."
ZDNet: The Open Source Content Model (2005-07-01 04:00:06)
"The blogosphere is being tickled today by a New York Times
feature from John Markoff on what might best be called the open
source content model..."
Blog of Helios: A Man Will Admit When He�s Wrong... (2005-07-01 01:00:57)
"I have received more than my share of emails, saying that I may
be a bit 'over the top' in my critisism of Windows Users who refuse
to try or switch to Linux..."
CNET News: Norway, Opera at Open-Source Odds? (2005-07-01 00:15:24)
"Since Norway is famous in software circles for second-tier
browser provider Opera, one Opera antagonist in the open source
community seized on the announcement to tweak the Oslo