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Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 27, 2005

  • CNET News: Firefox Downloaded 75 Million Times (2005-07-27 22:00:35)
    "As it marked the 75 millionth download of its Firefox Web browser, the Mozilla Foundation said it was expanding in several directions..."

  • ARCchart: Will Nokia Dump Symbian? (2005-07-27 17:30:57)
    "These developments have led us to speculate whether Nokia might consider dumping Symbian altogether, porting its Series 60 user interface to a Linux platform..."

  • Tectonic: Win4Lin Expands Into South Africa (2005-07-27 10:00:20)
    "Win4Lin, software that allows users to run Windows applications on a Linux box, have appointed Workgroup as local distributors of the product..."

  • Linux Magazine: RAID-o El Cheap-o (2005-07-27 08:30:54)
    "Hardware-based RAID 5 has traditionally been a privilege only afforded to servers found in data centers in large enterprises--until now..."

  • Telephreak: Virtual Private Asterisk (2005-07-27 07:00:18)
    "Linux VServers, sometimes known as Virtual Private Servers, are a way for a single Linux machine to run multiple instances of Linux..."

  • Linux Magazine: How "Geeko" Lost His Mojo (2005-07-27 04:00:11)
    "But within months, before much damage was done, Red Hat realized its mistake, did an about-face, and launched the Fedora Project..."

  • DevX: Opinion: Eclipse Fails to Meet the Enterprise Java Developer's Needs (2005-07-27 02:30:13)
    "I have tried--quite hard at times--to rely on Eclipse as my main Java IDE, but I have been unable to because, simply stated, Eclipse hasn't met the evolving needs of Java developers..."

  • ARCchart: Will Nokia Dump Symbian? (2005-07-22 14:40:00)
    "Ever since the Finnish giant's attempt to purchase Psion's 32% stake was thwarted last year by Symbian's other shareholders, Nokia's commitment to the OS appears to have cooled..."